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Death: Died in 1295/96; 1298
Occupation: halicsi herzegno
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About Erzsébet ► Szabina ÁRPÁD(házi), hercegnő / Princess

Her parents and her husband are UNCERTAIN

Nagy Iván: Magyar családok Vol. VII. p. 564. Móricz család. (Medgyesallyi +.) A medgyesallyi Móricz kihalt család a Poki nemzetségből (genus) származik ), s leány-ágon az Árpádházba visziföl családfáját. Ugyan is IV. Béla királynak leányát Sabinát Moys nádor vette nőül, kitől az ifjabb Moyson kivül született Erzsébet, felesége a Poki nemből eredt Miklós erdélyi vajdának, ki Medgyesről, s utóbb Medgyesallyáról írá nevét. (Ivan Nagy: She was the daughter of King Béla IV., her husband was palatine Moys.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A9la_IV_of_Hungary#Marriage_and_children

Marriage and children

IV. Béla ∞1218: Maria Laskarina, a daughter of the Emperor Theodore I Lascaris of Nicaea and Anna Angelina

  • 1. Kunigunda (5 March 1224 – 24 July 1292), wife of Prince Bolesław V the Chaste of Poland
  • 2. Anna, (1226/1227 – after 3 July 1271), wife of Prince Rostislav of Mačva
  • 3. Elisabeth, (1236 – 24 October 1271), wife of Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria
  • 4. Konstantia, (? – ?), wife of King Leo I of Halych
  • 5. King Stephen V of Hungary, (before 18 October 1239 – 6 August 1272)
  • 6. Saint Margaret, (27 January 1242 – 18 January 1271)
  • 7. Ilona, (? – 16/17 June after 1303), wife of Duke Boleslaus of Greater Poland
  • 8. Duke Béla of Slavonia (c. 1245 – 1269)
  • 9. Szabina , wife of Mózes (Majos/Majs/Mojs/Moys), Palatine of Hungary (? – 1280)[3][4][5]

http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/IV._B%C3%A9la_magyar_kir%C3%A1ly

IV. Béla magyar király Családja [szerkesztés]

1218-ban Béla feleségül vette Laszkarisz Máriát. Béla édesapja, II. András szerezte meg a lány kezét fia számára, miközben hazafelé tartott 1217-es szentföldi hadjáratáról. Mária a kis-ázsiai nikaiai görög császár, I. Teodor és felesége, Anna Angelina lánya volt. A párnak nyolc leánya és két fia született:

  1. Kunigunda (1224 – 1292) V. Boleszláv lengyel fejedelem felesége
  2. Margit (†1242 előtt)
  3. Katalin (†1242 előtt)
  4. Anna (1226/27 – 1271), III. Rosztyiszláv kijevi nagyfejedelem felesége
  5. Jolán (1235/39 – 1298)
  6. Erzsébet (1236 – 1271), XIII. Henrik bajor herceg felesége
  7. Konstancia (? – ?), I. Leó halicsi király felesége
  8. István (1239 – 1272)
  9. Margit (1242 – 1270)
  10. Béla (1250 – 1269), Szlavónia hercege

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Note from FARKAS Mihály László: According the MedLands and EuWeb: Elisabeth ►Szabina's father wasn't Béla IV., but Prince András the brother of Béla IV., and son of King András II. Her mother was IELENA Mstislavna

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/HUNGARY.htm#Andrasdied1245

5. ANDRÁS ([1210/12]-1234). The Chronicon Dubnicense names "Belam, Colomannum Andream et beatam Elyzabeth" as the children of "Andreas filius Bele" and his wife "domina Gerdrudis de Alemania"[869]. He replaced his father-in-law as Prince of Galich in 1226, until 1234. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death in 1234 of "dux Andreas…regis Andree filius"[870]. Betrothed ([27 Jan 1216/25 Jan 1217], contract broken 1219) to ZABEL of Armenia, daughter of LEO I King of Armenia [Rupenid] & his second wife Sibylle of Cyprus ([1216]-Ked 23 Jan 1252, bur Trazarg). Smbat Sparapet's Chronicle records that "the king of Hungary Andre…gave his son as a son-in-law to King Lewon and [this son] would inherit Lewon's throne", during a visit to Tarsus in [27 Jan 1216/25 Jan 1217][871]. It is not certain that András was the son who was betrothed to Zabel. However, the Hungarian king is unlikely to have betrothed his oldest son to this rather remote princess, especially with the prospect of his inheriting both thrones, while King András's second son Kálmán was already married at that date (assuming his marriage date is correct as stated above). Smbat Sparapet's Chronicle records that "the son of the Hungarian king was in the vicinity and came to become [Lewon's] son-in-law" while the king was dying, and that King Lewon "ordered his princes to implement the oaths they had sworn to him", in [26 Jan 1219/25 Jan 1220][872], but the proposed marriage must have been abandoned as soon as the king died as there no further mention of it in the Chronicle. m (1221) IELENA Mstislavna, daughter of MSTISLAV Mstislavich "Udaloi" ex-Prince of Novgorod, Prince of Galich & his wife --- of the Kumans. Baumgarten names the wife of András and gives her origin citing sources in support[873]. Prince András & his wife had [one child]:

  • a) [ERSZEBET (-[1295/96]). The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. She and her husband are named in Europäische Stammtafeln[874], but the source on which this is based has not been identified. According to another table in Europäische Stammtafeln[875], the wife of Moys de Dáró was Ielisaveta Rostislavna of Galich, widow firstly of Mihail II Asen Tsar of the Bulgarians and secondly of Koloman II Tsar of the Bulgarians, daughter of Rostislav Mikhailovich ex-Grand Prince of Kiev, ex-Prince of Galich, Ban of Mačva & his wife Anna of Hungary. She became a nun as SABINA. m MOYS de Dáró, Judge of the Kumans (-end 1280). Palatine of Hungary, Gespan of Sopron.] One child:
    • i) ERSZEBET de Dáró. The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. m as his second wife, MIKLOS Medgyesi, Voivoide of Transylvania, son of MÓRICZ Medgyesi (-before 1331).

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http://genealogy.euweb.cz/arpad/arpad2.html

Géza I King of Hungary (1074-77); *1044/5, +25.4.1077; 1m: ca 1062 Sophie von Looz (+ca 1065); 2m: 1065-74 Synadena (+after 1077), dau.of Theodulus Synadenos and niece of Emperor Nikophorus III of Byzantium. He had issue:

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  • A3. [1m.] Álmos, King of Croatia (1091-95), which his father had seized from his brother-in-law King Zwonimir, *ca 1068, +1.9.1127; m.21.8.1104 Predslava of Kiev
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    • B2. Béla II "Vak" (the Blind) King of Hungary (1131-41) -cr 28.4.1131, *1108/10, +13.2.1141, bur Székesfehérvár; m.28.4.1127 Jelena of Serbia (+after 1146)
      • C1. Géza II King of Hungary (1141-62) -cr 16.2.1141, *Tolna 1130, +31.5.1162, bur Székesfehérvár; m.1146 Eufrosina of Kiev (+ca 1193)
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        • D2. Béla III King of Hungary (1172-96) -cr 13.1.1173, King of Dalmatia and Croatia, *ca 1148, +23.4.1196 Székesfehérvár; 1m: (div 1169) Maria of Byzantium (*1152 +1182), dau.of Emperor Manuel I Komnenos of Byzantium [actually, the couple was engaged in 1163/4, Bela moved to Byzantium as heir to Manuel, but after Manuel had a son in 1169 the relationship, presumably never consummated, was dissolved; 2m: 1172 Anna (+1184), dau.of Renaud de Chatillon-sur-Loing, Pr of Antioch; 3m: ca 1185 Theodora Komnena; 4m: 1186 Marguerite of France, Cts de Vexin (*1158, +1197), dau.of King Louis VII of France. All Béla's kids were by 2m.
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          • E3. András II King of Hungary and Croatia (1205-35) -cr 29.5.1205, *1176, +21.9.1235, bur Egres; 1m: before 1203 Gertrude von Andechs (+murdered 8.9.1213); 2m: 1215 Yolande de Courtenay (*1200 +1233); 3m: Székesfehérvár 14.5.1234 Beatrice d'Este (*1215 +1245)
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            • F5. [1m.] András, King of Halicz, *1210/12, +1234; m.1221-27 Maria/Helena, dau.of Prince Mstislav of Novgorod
              • G1. Erzsébet, +1295/96; m.Moys of Daro, a Cuman Prince, Palatine of Hungary (+1280)

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The wife of palatine Moys possible was an other Erzsébet

http://genealogy.euweb.cz/hung/daroi.html

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    • B2. Moys (Majos) II Dárói, Nádor (Palatinus) (1270-72), Bán of Slavonia (1272), Országbíró (Iudex curiae regiae) (1276), Tárnokmester (magister tavernicorum), Asztalnokmester (magister dapiferorum), Obergespan of Orbász, Győr, Somogy, Varasd, Bihar, Sopron, Szeben and Szepes, ca *1210, +1281; m.Erzsébet (fl 1260-81), possibly dau.of Rostislav of Halicz and Anna of Hungary
      • C1. a daughter, fl 1260-80; m.Henrik Kőszegi, Bán of Slavonia (+1309/10)
      • C2. a daughter, a nun
      • C3. Erzsébet, fl 1260-81; m.Miklós Meggyesi (+after 1319)