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Almus Arpád, Duke of Croatia (1)

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He died in 1129. (1)

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Forrás: http://www.thepeerage.com/p11409.htm#i114082

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Álmos herceg

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  • Álmos herceg (1075. körül – 1127. szeptember 1.) I. Géza magyar király fia.
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1091-ben már részt vett I. László horvátországi hadjáratában, s ő lett az új tartomány kormányzója. Nagybátyja őt szánta a következő magyar királynak, ámde 1095-ös halála előtt mégis Álmos bátyját, Kálmánt jelölte meg utódaként. Ugyan a Várkonynál 1098-ban felsorakozott hadakkal szemben álló feleket még sikerült lecsendesíteni, Álmos folyamatosan harcolt a szerinte őt megillető trónért. 1102-ben Kálmán király elvette tőle Horvátországot, és a Bihari dukátus és a Nyitrai dukátus kormányzásával bízta meg. Ezt a herceg zokon vette és külföldön keresett magának segítséget.

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  • 1104. augusztus 21-én feleségül vette Szvjatopolk kijevi nagyherceg lányát, Predszlávát, akitől három gyermeke született:
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1106-ban mint a nagyherceg veje fordult a német-római császárhoz, majd Lengyelországhoz. Sógora, III. Boleszláv lengyel fejedelem megtámadta Magyarországot, de miután a harcban alul maradt, békét kötött Kálmánnal. Bár Álmos elfoglalta Abaújvárt, de egyedül nem tudta megtartani, ezért behódolt bátyjának. Néhány hónapra jeruzsálemi zarándokútra ment, majd Dömösön templomot építtetett, aminek 1108-as felszentelésén a király is megjelent, minden gyanakvása ellenére. Őrizet alatt tartotta öccsét, aki ez elől Passauba menekült, és ismét segítséget kért V. Henrik német-római császártól. A császári hadak szeptemberben Szvatopluk cseh herceggel megtámadták Magyarországot. Miután Pozsonyt több hónapos ostrommal sem tudták bevenni, Henrik kibékült Kálmánnal. 1113-ban a fia trónjáért aggódó Kálmán elfogatta Álmost és 5 éves fiát, Bélát és a dömösi kolostorba záratta őket. Mindkettőjüket megvakították (néhány őket pártoló főúr kíséretében), hogy uralkodásra alkalmatlanná téve ellehetetlenítsék királlyá választásukat. Kivégzésüket a szerzetesek megakadályozták. A vak herceg csak 1126-ban tudott megszökni; ekkor Görögországba ment. A macedóniai Konstantine városban telepedett meg, és felvette a Konstantin nevet. Itt halt meg 1127-ben. Holttestét II. Béla 1137-ben hozatta haza és a székesfehérvári királyi sírboltba temettette. Mivel II. Istvánnak nem volt utóda, az őt követő Árpád-házi királyok mind Álmos leszármazottai voltak.

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Forrás / Source: http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%81lmos_herceg

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(in Croatian and Slovak Almoš) (died 1129) was a Hungarian prince, the son of King Géza I of Hungary, brother of King Kálmán. He held several governmental posts in the Kingdom of Hungary.

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Between 1084 and 1091 he was the duke of Slavonia; between 1091 and 1095 he was named King of Slavonia (eastern Croatia). In 1095 Kálmán dethroned Álmos, making him the duke of the apanage Nitrian duchy (Tercia pars regni) instead.

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Álmos, supported by Germany and Bohemia, came in conflict with Kálmán in 1098, after Kálmán had declared himself the king of the whole of Croatia in 1097 (crowned in 1102). On August 21, 1104 Álmos married Predslava, the daughter of Svyatopolk II of Kiev.

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Kálmán made peace with Álmos in 1108, but only to have Álmos and his son Béla imprisoned in 1108 or 1109 and then blinded to prevent them from becoming the future king. After this he went on to live in seclusion at the monastery of Dömös founded by himself until his death, but his son would succeed as king of Hungary.

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Álmos (Slovak, Croatian: Almoš) (died 1129) was a Hungarian prince, the son of King Géza I of Hungary, brother of King Kálmán. He held several governmental posts in the Kingdom of Hungary.

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Between 1084 and 1091 he was the duke of Slavonia; between 1091 and 1095 he was named duke of Croatia.[1][2] But, last native Croatian King, Petar Svačić during Almos' governing made an war, which was by defeated by Coloman and Svačić was killed. In 1095 Kálmán appointed him the duke of the apanage Nitrian duchy (Tercia pars regni).

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Álmos, supported by Germany and Bohemia, came in conflict with Kálmán in 1098. On August 21, 1104 Álmos married Predslava, the daughter of Svyatopolk II of Kiev.

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Kálmán made peace with Álmos in 1108, but only to have Álmos and his son Béla imprisoned in 1108 or 1109 and then blinded in 1113 to prevent them from becoming the future king. After this he went on to live in seclusion at the monastery of Dömös founded by himself until his death, but his son would succeed as king of Hungary.

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Álmos was the last duke of Nitra (in Hungarian Nyitra), his removal also marks the end of the Nitrian Frontier Duchy and thus a full integration of most of today's Slovakia into the Kingdom of Hungary.

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1.Adelaide, (b. c. 1105/07–15 September 1140); married 1123 with Duke Sobeslav I of Bohemia 2.Béla II of Hungary 3.Hedwig (aka. Sophia), married 1132 to Duke Adalbert of Austria (1107–1137/38) [edit] References 1.^ http://www.thepeerage.com/p11409.htm#i114082 2.^ http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=hWtyfB-ghPAC&pg=PT161&dq=%C3%A1lmos+herceg&as_brr=3&hl=hu#v=onepage&q=%C3%A1lmos%20herceg&f=false [edit] Sources Cross, Samuel and Sherbowitz-Wetzor, Olgerd. The Russian Primary Chronicle: Laurentian Text, 1953 Magyar Életrajzi Lexikon (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1967.) Regnal titles Preceded by Stjepan II Duke of Croatia 1091–1095 Succeeded by Petar Svačić Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_%C3%81lmos" Categories: 11th-century births | 1129 deaths | Hungarian nobility | Pretenders to the Hungarian throne | Hungarian princes | House of Árpád

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Álmos (in Croatian and Slovak Almoš) (died 1129) was a Hungarian prince, the son of King Géza I of Hungary, brother of King Kálmán. He held several governmental posts in the Kingdom of Hungary. Between 1084 and 1091 he was the duke of Slavonia; between 1091 and 1095 he was named King of Slavonia (eastern Croatia). In 1095 Kálmán dethroned Álmos, making him the duke of the apanage Nitrian duchy (Tercia pars regni) instead. Álmos, supported by Germany and Bohemia, came in conflict with Kálmán in 1098, after Kálmán had declared himself the king of the whole of Croatia in 1097 (crowned in 1102). On August 21, 1104 Álmos married Predslava, the daughter of Svyatopolk II of Kiev. Kálmán made peace with Álmos in 1108, but only to have Álmos and his son Béla imprisoned in 1108 or 1109 and then blinded to prevent them from becoming the future king. After this he went on to live in seclusion at the monastery of Dömös founded by himself until his death, but his son would succeed as king of Hungary. Álmos was the last duke of Nitra (in Hungarian Nyitra), his removal also marks the end of the Nitrian Frontier Duchy and thus a full integration of most of today's Slovakia into the Kingdom of Hungary.

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    Almus Arpád, Duke of Croatia was the son of '''Geisa I Arpád, King of Hungary''' and '''Synadene Synadenos'''*?*. (1) He married '''Predslava of Kiev''', daughter of Svyatopolk I, Grand Duke of Kiev, in 1104. (1) 
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Forrás / Source: http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Álmos_herceg -------------------------- English: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Álmos -------------------- Almos var prins av Ungarn og statholder 1087 i Dalmatien og Illyrien. Fra 1091 til 1095 var han konge av Kroatia. Han ble forfulgt, fengslet i 1109 av Koloman og blindet. Koloman blindet også hans sønn i 1113 (eller 1123?).

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Almos ble første gang gift ca. 1090 med Sofie av Looz.

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Han døde i Tracien (eller i Konstantinopel).

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Tekst: Tore Nygaard

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Kilder: N. de Baumgarten: Généalogie et Mariage occidenteaux des Rurikides Russes du Xe au XIII Siècle. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 1120. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 18. -------------------- TURUL 2006. 1-2 füzet 32-39 oldal.-VAJAY Szabolcs:"I.Géza király családja---szerint SINADENE (I.Géza 2 neje) az anyja Álmos hercegnek,aki 1075 táján születhetett,és meghalt Makedoniában 1127-ben -------------------- Álmos (in Croatian and Slovak Almoš) (died 1129) was a Hungarian prince, the son of King Géza I of Hungary, brother of King Kálmán. He held several governmental posts in the Kingdom of Hungary.

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Between 1084 and 1091 he was the duke of Slavonia; between 1091 and 1095 he was named King of Slavonia (eastern Croatia). In 1095 Kálmán dethroned Álmos, making him the duke of the apanage Nitrian duchy (Tercia pars regni) instead.

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Álmos, supported by Germany and Bohemia, came in conflict with Kálmán in 1098, after Kálmán had declared himself the king of the whole of Croatia in 1097 (crowned in 1102). On August 21, 1104 Álmos married Predslava, the daughter of Svyatopolk II of Kiev.

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Kálmán made peace with Álmos in 1108, but only to have Álmos and his son Béla imprisoned in 1108 or 1109 and then blinded to prevent them from becoming the future king. After this he went on to live in seclusion at the monastery of Dömös founded by himself until his death, but his son would succeed as king of Hungary.

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Álmos was the last duke of Nitra (in Hungarian Nyitra), his removal also marks the end of the Nitrian Frontier Duchy and thus a full integration of most of today's Slovakia into the Kingdom of Hungary.

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On August 21, 1104 Álmos married Predslava, the daughter of Svyatopolk II of Kiev and has children:

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Adelaide, (b. c. 1105/07–15 September 1140); married 1123 with Duke Sobeslav I of Bohemia Béla II of Hungary Hedwig, married 1132 with Duke Adalbert of Austria (1107–1137/38)

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Almos (Vak Almos) Prince Of HUNGARY

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Prince of Hungary Duke of Croatia

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Almos King of Croatia

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  • Born : 1068 Esztergom, Hungary. 1191 King of Croatia.
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  • Died : 1129 Demos, Greece. Blinded with his brother, king Kalman of Hungary
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  • Father Geza I Kiraly King of Hungary
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  • Mother Synadena of Byzantine Empire
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  • - Sophie of Looz (Parents of Sophie were: Emmo II Count of Looz -d. 17 Jan 1078 & his wife Schwanhild Countess of Looz -d. ~1078)►
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  1. Abt. 1128 - Elisabet Princess of Hungary
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  • - Predslawa Swjatopolkowna Princess of Kiew
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  1. Abt. 1109 - Bela II the Blind King of Hungary
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ÁRPÁD(házi) Álmos ► Konstantin (1068-1129), Prince of Hungary & Duke of Croatia's Timeline

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