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Nicknames: "Marie Lascaris", "Laszkarisz Mária", "Мария Арпад (Ласкарина)", "Maria Laskarina", "Queen Consort of Hungary"
Birthplace: Nicaea, Bursa, Turkey
Death: Died in Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
Managed by: FARKAS Mihály László
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Maria Laskarina

  • Magyar / Hungarian

Laszkarisz Mária magyar királyné

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She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

[edit] Children

Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:

   * Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 - 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the title jure uxoris.
   * Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 - 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland, after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999.
   * Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 - after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia.
   * Catherine of Hungary. (c. 1229 - 1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi.
   * Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 - 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria.
   * Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 - after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych.
   * Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238 - 1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland. Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthoood.
   * Stephen V of Hungary (December, 1239 - 6 August 1272).
   * Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 - 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her.
   * Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243 - 1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg. His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg.

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Maria Laskarina

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Maria Laskarina (c. 1206- July 16 or 24 1270) was a daughter of Theodore I Laskaris and his first wife Anna Angelina.

[edit]Life

She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

[edit]Children

Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:

Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 - 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the the title jure uxoris.

Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 - 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland, after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999.

Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 - after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia.

Catherine of Hungary. (c. 1229 - 1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi.

Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 - 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria.

Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 - after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych.

Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238 - 1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland. Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthoood.

Stephen V of Hungary (December, 1239 - 6 August 1272).

Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 - 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her.

Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243 - 1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg. His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg.

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Maria Laskarina (c. 1206 - 16 July or 24 June 1270) was a daughter of Theodore I Laskaris and his first wife Anna Angelina.

She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:

Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 - 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the the title jure uxoris.

Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 - 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland, after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999.

Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 - after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia.

Catherine of Hungary. (c. 1229 - 1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi.

Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 - 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria.

Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 - after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych.

Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238 - 1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland. Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthoood.

Stephen V of Hungary (December, 1239 - 6 August 1272).

Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 - 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her.

Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243 - 1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg. His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg.

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Maria Laskaris von Nicäa

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Maria Laskaris von Nicäa (* 1206 in Nicäa; † 1270) war Königin von Ungarn.

Sie wurde als Tochter des byzantinischen Kaisers Theodoros I. (* 1173, †1222) und dessen Gemahlin Anna Komnene Angelina (* 1156, †1212), einer byzantinischen Prinzessin, geboren.

Im Jahre 1218 wurde sie im Alter von 12 Jahren mit dem gleichaltrigen Béla, den späteren Béla IV., König von Ungarn, Kroatien, Dalmatien und Rama, verheiratet.

Königin Maria verstarb im selben Jahr wie ihr Gemahl und wurde an seiner Seite im Dom von Esztergom beigesetzt. Das Paar hatte sechs Kinder.

Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

   * Elisabeth von Ungarn (* 1236, † 1271), ∞ Heinrich XIII., Herzog von Bayern (* 1250, † 1289/90)
   * Stephan V., König von Ungarn, Kroatien und Dalmatien (* 1240, † 1272)
   * Margareta von Ungarn, (* 1242, † 1270), Heilige
   * Anna von Ungarn (* 1244), ∞ Rostislaw, Fürst von Kiew (* 1244, † 1264)
   * Kinga (Kunigunde) von Ungarn, Heilige der katholischen Kirche, (* 1243, † 1292), ∞ Boleslaw V. von Polen
   * Konstanze von Ungarn, ∞ Leo Přemysl, Fürst von Halitsch; ihre Tochter Kunigunde von Halitsch heiratete König Ottokar II. Přemysl von Böhmen

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

   * Brigitte Sokop: Stammtafeln europäischer Herrscherhäuser. 3. Aufl. Wien 1993.

Vorgängerin

Beatrix von Este

Königin von Ungarn

1235-1270 Nachfolgerin

Elisabeth von Cumania

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Maria Laskarina (c. 1206 - 16 July or 24 June 1270) was a daughter of Theodore I Laskaris and his first wife Anna Angelina.

Life

She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina , first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes . Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay . However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary . Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

Children

Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:

Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 - 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the title jure uxoris.

Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 – 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland , after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999.

Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 - after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia .

Catherine of Hungary. (c. 1229 - 1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi.

Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 - 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria .

Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 - after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych .

Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238 - 1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland . Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthoood.

Stephen V of Hungary (December, 1239 - 6 August 1272).

Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 – 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her.

Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243 - 1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg . His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg.

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Maria Laskarina (c. 1206 - 16 July or 24 June 1270) was a daughter of Theodore I Laskaris and his first wife Anna Angelina

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Maria Laskarina (c. 1206 - 16 July or 24 June 1270) was a daughter of Theodore I Laskaris and his first wife Anna Angelina.

She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:

Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 - 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the the title jure uxoris.

Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 - 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland, after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999.

Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 - after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia.

Catherine of Hungary. (c. 1229 - 1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi.

Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 - 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria.

Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 - after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych.

Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238 - 1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland. Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthoood.

Stephen V of Hungary (December, 1239 - 6 August 1272).

Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 - 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her.

Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243 - 1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg. His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg. -------------------- nikaiai -------------------- She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.

As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.

In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.

Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.

-------------------- She was a younger sister of Irene Lascarina, first Empress consort of John III Doukas Vatatzes. Theodore married his eldest daughter to his designated heir in 1212. Theodore was widowed in the same year and proceeded to marriages with Philippa of Armenia and Marie de Courtenay. However John was never displaced in succession.


As a younger daughter, the marriage of Maria was not intended to add a potential husband in the line of succession to the throne. Instead it secured a marital alliance with the Kingdom of Hungary.


In 1218, Maria was married to prince Béla of Hungary. Bride and groom were about twelve-years-old. Her husband was the eldest son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania.


Andrew II died on 26 October 1235. The crown prince succeeded him as Béla IV and Maria became his Queen consort. Béla reigned for thirty-five years and died on 3 May 1270. Maria survived him by about two months.


Children


Maria and Béla IV of Hungary had ten children:


Margaret of Hungary (c. 1220 – 20 April 1242). Married Guillaume de Saint-Omer. Her husband is often listed in genealogies as "Lord of Thebes". However he might be confused with Bela de Saint-Omer, an older brother who held the title jure uxoris. Saint Kunegunda of Hungary (5 March 1224 – 24 July 1292), also known as Kinga. She was married to King Boleslaus V of Poland, after his death becoming a nun and abbess; she was canonized by Pope John Paul II in 1999. Anna of Hungary (c. 1226 – after 1270). Married Rostislav of Slavonia. Catherine of Hungary (c. 1229–1242). She died while fleeing with her family following the Battle of Mohi. Elizabeth of Hungary (c. 1236 – 24 October 1271). Married Henry XIII, Duke of Bavaria. Constance of Hungary (c. 1237 – after 1252). Married Leo I of Halych. Blessed Yolanda of Hungary (c. 1238–1298). Married Boleslaus of Greater Poland. Later became a nun and abbess, who has been declared as a candidate for sainthood. Stephen V of Hungary (December 1239 – 6 August 1272). Saint Margaret of Hungary (27 January 1242 – 18 January 1271). Named after an older sister. Canonized by the Roman Catholic Church in 1943, for whom Margaret Island in Budapest is named, having been the place where a royal monastery was established by her parents for her. Béla, Duke of Slavonia, Croatia and Dalmatia (c. 1243–1269). Married Kunigunde of Brandenburg, a daughter of Otto III, Margrave of Brandenburg. His widow married Waleran IV of Limburg.

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The Laskaris family

One Manuel Laskaris, *ca 1140; m.Ioanna Karatzaina (*ca 1148) and had issue:* ...

  • A5. Theodoros I Komnenos Laskaris, Emperor of Nicea (1205-22), *1175, +VIII.1222; 1m: 1199 Anna Komnena Angelina (*ca 1156 +1212); 2m: 1214 (div 1216) Philippa (*1183, +after 1219) dau.of Rupen III of Armenia, Lord of the Mountains; 3m: 1219 Marie de Courtenay (*1204 +IX.1222)
    • B1. [1m.] Nikolaos, +ca 1212
    • B2. [1m.] Ioannes, +ca 1212
    • B3. [1m.] Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, +1239; 1m: 1212 Konstantinos Dukas Palaiologos (+1212); 2m: ca 1212 Ioannes III Dukas Batatzes, Emp of Byzantium in Nicaea (*ca 1192 +Nymphaion 3.11.1254)
    • B4. [1m.] Maria Laskarina, *Nicaea ca 1206, +1270; m.1218 King Bela IV of Hungary (*1206 +3.5.1270)
    • B5. [1m.] Eudokia Laskarina; engaged to Robert de Courtenay; m.before 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Gov of Asia Minor
    • B6. [2m.] Konstantinos Laskaris, Duke of Thrace, *1214
  • ...
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Maria Lascarina, Queen Consort of Hungary's Timeline

1206
1206
Nicaea, Bursa, Turkey
1220
1220
Age 14
1224
March 5, 1224
Age 18
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
1226
1226
Age 20
Buda, Pest, Hungary
1229
1229
Age 23
Buda, Pest, Hungary
1236
1236
Age 30
1237
1237
Age 31
1239
October 18, 1239
Age 33
Buda, Pest, Hungary
1242
January 27, 1242
Age 36
Klissza - Klis, Hungary (now Croatia)
1244
1244
Age 38
Buda (present part of Budapest), Hungary