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Maria de Hongrie Árpád de Hongrie (a Hungary), regina di Napoli

Also Known As: "ÁRPÁD(házi) Mária; Maria Árpád de Hongrie regina di Napoli"
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Birthplace: Buda (present part of Budapest), Hungary
Death: Died in Naples, Province of Naples, Campania, Italy
Place of Burial: Santa Maria Donna Regina, Naples, Italy
Immediate Family:

Daughter of ÁRPÁD(házi) V. István - Stephen V, King of Hungary and Croatia and KUN Erzsébet of the Kumans, Queen consort of Hungary
Wife of Charles II "the Lame", King of Naples
Mother of Charles I Martel d'Anjou; Marguerite d'Anjou, comtesse d'Anjou et du Maine; Louis d'Anjou, Évêque de Toulouse; Robert I le Sage, re di Napoli; Philippe I d'Anjou, Prince de Tarente and 10 others
Sister of ÁRPÁD(házi) Katalin, Queen consort of Serbia; ÁRPÁD(házi) Anna, Empress Consort of Byzantine Emperior; ÁRPÁD(házi) Erzsébet, Princess of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) IV. 'Kún' László - Ladislav IV "the Cuman", King of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) András, Duke of Slavonia and 4 others

Occupation: ungherese principessa & Regina di Napoli; Princess of Hungary & Queen consort of Kingdom of Naples; magyar hercegnő és nápolyi királyné
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Maria Árpád de Hongrie (1257–1323)

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Arpad_of_Hungary

Mary of Hungary (c. 1257 – 25 March 1323) of the Árpád dynasty was Queen consort of Kingdom of Naples.

She was (possibly the eldest) daughter of Stephen V of Hungary (d. 1272) and his wife, Elizabeth the Cuman, who was daughter of Zayhan of Kuni, a chief of the Cuman tribe and had been a pagan before her marriage. Her brother Ladislaus IV of Hungary ruled as king from 1272 to 1290.

In 1270 when twelve, she married the future Charles II of Naples (1254 – 1309), the eldest son and heir of Charles I of Sicily and Beatrice of Provence. They had fourteen children:

1.Charles Martel of Anjou,(1271-1295) titular King of Hungary

2.Saint Louis of Toulouse (February 9, 1275, Nocera – August 19, 1298, Chateau de Brignoles), Bishop of Toulouse

3.Robert I of Naples, (1277-1343) King of Naples

4.Philip I of Taranto, (1278-1331) Prince of Achaea and Taranto, Despot of Romania, Lord of Durazzo, titular Emperor of Constantinople

5.Raymond Berengar (1281–1307), Count of Provence, Prince of Piedmont and Andria

6.John (1283 – aft. March 16, 1308), a priest

7.Tristan (1284–bef. 1288)

8.Peter (1291 – August 29, 1315, Battle of Montecatini), Count of Gravina

9.John of Gravina (1294 – April 5, 1336, Naples), Duke of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Gravina, married March 1318 (divorced 1321) Matilda of Hainaut (November 29, 1293–1336), and married secondly November 14, 1321 Agnes of Périgord (d. 1345)

10.Marguerite of Anjou and Maine (1273– December 31, 1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine, married at Corbeil August 16, 1290 Charles of Valois, brother of king of France, and became ancestress of the Valois dynasty

11.Blanche of Anjou (1280 – October 14, 1310, Barcelona), married at Villebertran November 1, 1295 James II of Aragon

12.Eleanor of Anjou, (August 1289 – August 9, 1341, Monastery of St. Nicholas, Arene, Elis), married at Messina May 17, 1302 Frederick III of Sicily

13.Mary (Maria) (1290 – c. 1346), married at Palma de Majorca September 20, 1304 Sancho I of Majorca, married 1326 Jaime de Ejerica (1298 – April 1335)

14.Beatrice (1295 – c. 1321), married April 1305 Azzo VIII, Margrave d'Este (d. 1308), married 1309 Bertrand III of Baux, Count of Andria (d. 1351)

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Maria of Hungary (c. 1257 – 25 March 1323) of the Árpád dynasty was Queen consort of Kingdom of Naples. She was a daughter of Stephen V of Hungary and his wife Elizabeth the Cuman.

Family

Maria's mother followed the Shamanist religion, like other Cumans. She was considered a Pagan by contemporary Christians of Europe. Elizabeth had to convert to the Roman Catholic faith in order to marry Maria's father, Stephen.

Maria was the second of six children. Her sisters Elizabeth and Catherine both became Queen of Serbia. Another sister, Anna married Andronikos II Palaiologos. Maria's only brother was Ladislaus IV of Hungary.

Her paternal grandparents were Béla IV of Hungary and his wife Maria Laskarina. Her maternal grandparents were Köten, leader of a tribe of Cumans, his wife was Mstislawna, a Russian noblewomen who may have royal connections.

Life

In 1270 when Maria was only twelve years of age, she married the future Charles II of Naples (1254–1309), the eldest son and heir of Charles I of Sicily and his wife Beatrice of Provence.

On the 10 July 1290, Maria's brother, Ladislaus IV of Hungary died childless. The question now was who would succeed him? He had four sisters, three of them outlived him, all four had married powerful rulers and had had their own children. On the 21 September 1290, Maria claimed the throne of Hungary. She was up against her two sisters: Catherine, Elisabeth and their children, plus the children of her younger sister Anna. Maria was crowned Queen by a Papal legate in Naples 1291, but transferred her rights to her eldest son, Charles Martel of Anjou. The Pope confirmed her sole rights in Hungary on the 30 August 1295. However, Catherine's son, Stefan Vladislav II of Syrmia was still a dangerous rival for Maria and Charles Martel. In the end, Charles Martel gave his cousin Slavonia as a compromise.

Charles Martel was only titular King of Hungary, it was Maria's grandson who became King, Charles I of Hungary. Ultimately the claims of the sisters Mary and Catherine were united in a common descendant when the pair's great-great-granddaughter, Mary of Hungary, ascended to the Hungarian throne in 1382.

During 1290, Maria's sister Elisabeth fled from Bohemia with her son because her husband had lost favour and was executed, Maria allowed Elisabeth and her son to stay in Naples with her, before she became a nun, but escaped and remarried to Stefan Uroš II Milutin of Serbia (brother of Catherine's husband) Elizabeth's stay in Naples is documented during July 1300.

Maria's husband died in August 1309, Maria was now a widow. She lived in Naples for the rest of her life, where she died on 25 March 1323, she was buried in Naples at the Santa Maria Donna Regina.

Children

Maria and her husband, Charles had fourteen children:

  1. Charles Martel of Anjou,(1271-1295) titular King of Hungary
  2. Saint Louis of Toulouse (February 9, 1275, Nocera – August 19, 1298, Chateau de Brignoles), Bishop of Toulouse
  3. Robert I of Naples, (1277-1343)King of Naples
  4. Philip I of Taranto, (1278-1331)Prince of Achaea and Taranto, Despot of Romania, Lord of Durazzo, titular Emperor of Constantinople
  5. Raymond Berengar (1281–1307), Count of Provence, Prince of Piedmont and Andria
  6. John (1283 – aft. March 16, 1308), a priest
  7. Tristan (1284–bef. 1288)
  8. Peter (1291 – August 29, 1315, Battle of Montecatini), Count of Gravina
  9. John of Gravina (1294 – April 5, 1336, Naples), Duke of Durazzo, Prince of Achaea, and Count of Gravina, married March 1318 (divorced 1321) Matilda of Hainaut (November 29, 1293–1336), and married secondly November 14, 1321 Agnes of Périgord (d. 1345)
 10. Marguerite of Anjou and Maine (1273– December 31, 1299), Countess of Anjou and Maine, married at Corbeil August 16, 1290 Charles of Valois, brother of king of France, and became ancestress of the Valois dynasty
 11. Blanche of Anjou (1280 – October 14, 1310, Barcelona), married at Villebertran November 1, 1295 James II of Aragon
 12. Eleanor of Anjou, (August 1289 – August 9, 1341, Monastery of St. Nicholas, Arene, Elis), married at Messina May 17, 1302 Frederick III of Sicily
 13. Mary (Maria) (1290 – c. 1346), married at Palma de Majorca September 20, 1304 Sancho I of Majorca, married 1326 Jaime de Ejerica (1298 – April 1335)
 14. Beatrice (1295 – c. 1321), married April 1305 Azzo VIII, Margrave d'Este (d. 1308), married 1309 Bertrand III of Baux, Count of Andria (d. 1351)

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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:

  • A1. [1m.] Kálmán "Könyves" (Koloman "the Bookish"), King of Hungary (1095-1116) -cr 1095, *1065-70, +3.2.1116, bur Székesfehérvár; 1m: 1097 Felicia (+ca 1102), dau.of Roger of Sicily by Eremberga d'Evreux; 2m: 1104 (reputiated before 1112)Euphemia of Kiev (+4.4.1139)
  • ...
  • A6(3). [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
    • ...
    • 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)
        • ...
        • 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.
          • ...
          • 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)
            • ...
            • F2. [1m.] Béla IV King of Hungary and Croatia (1235-70) -cr 1214, *XI.1206, +3.5.1270, bur Esztergom; m.1218 Maria Laskarina of Nicaea (+1270)
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              • G8. István V King of Hungary (1270-72) -cr before 1246, *Buda XII.1239, +Csepel Island 6.8.1272, bur Margaret Island (now part of Budapest); m.1253 Elizabeth (*1240, +after 1290), dau.of Zayhan, a prince of the Cuman tribe, which had been pushed into Hungary by the invasions of Chinghis-Khan
                • H1. Katalin, *ca 1256, +after 1314; m.ca 1269 Stepan IV Dragutin, King of Serbia (+1316)
                • H2. Mária, *ca 1257, +25.3.1323, bur Naples; m.1270 King Charles II of Naples and Sicily(*1254 +6.5.1309)
                • H3. a daughter; m. Sventislav Jakab(?), Tsar of Bulgaria
                • H4. Erzsébet, *1255, +1323-26; 1m: 1287 Zavis von Rosenberg zu Falkenstein (+24.8.1290); 2m: Stepan Uros II Milutin, King of Serbia (+1321)
                • H6. Ágnes, *ca 1260, +ca 1281; m.1272 Andronikos II Palaiologos, Emperor of Byzantium (*25.3.1259 +13.2.1332)
                • H7. László IV Kun (Ladislas IV "the Cuman"), King of Hungary (1272-90) -cr VIII.1272, *1262, +murdered 10.7.1290, bur Csanád; m.5.9.1272 Elizabeth of Sicily (*1261, +after 1290/1304)
                • H8. András, Duke of Slavonia, *1268, +1278
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ÁRPÁD(házi) Mária's Timeline

1257
1257
Buda (present part of Budapest), Hungary
1270
1270
Age 13
Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy
1271
September 8, 1271
Age 14
Napoli, Napoli, Italy
1273
1273
Age 16
Napoli, Province of Naples, Campania, Italy
1274
February 9, 1274
Age 17
Nocera, Salerno, Campania, Italy
1277
1277
Age 20
Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain
1278
November 10, 1278
Age 21
Naples, Napoli, Campania, Italy
1280
1280
Age 23
Italia
1281
1281
Age 24
Napoli, Napoli, Italy
1283
1283
Age 26
Napoli, Napoli, Italy