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Jolán ÁRPÁD(házi), aragóniai királyné

Also Known As: "Biolán d'Hongría", "Reina consort d'Aragón", "Jolánta", "Jolans Regina ex Pannonia; Violant of Hungary; Violante de Hungría; Violant d'Hongria; Biolant d’Aragón; Jolánta; Jolench; Hyolens; Hioles"
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Birthplace: Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom , Magyarország - Hungary
Death: Died in Huesca, Aragón, España
Place of Burial: Santa María de Vallbona, Lleida, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain
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Daughter of ÁRPÁD(házi) II. András - Andrew II, King of Hungary and Yolande - Jolánta de Courtenay, Reina de Hongrie
Wife of Jaime I el Conquistador, rey de Aragón
Mother of Violante de Aragón, reina consorte de Castilla; Constanza de Aragón, señora consorte de Escalona; Pedro III el Grande, rey de Aragón; Isabelle d'Aragon, reine consort de France; Jaume II, rei de Mallorca and 5 others
Half sister of Kinga-Cunegunda ÁRPÁD(házi); ÁRPÁD(házi) Anna Mária - Maria, Princess of Hungary; Bela IV ÁRPÁD(házi), King of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) Szent Erzsébet / St. Elisabeth, Princess of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) Kálmán, Prince of Hungary and 2 others

Occupation: Reina consort d'Aragón - Aragóniai királyné, Princesa de Hungría, Reina de Aragón (1235–1253)
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Árpád-házi Jolán aragóniai királyné

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Violante de Hungría

Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Violante de Hungría, nacida alrededor de 1216 en Esztergom, Hungría y fallecida en Huesca en octubre de 1251, fue reina de Aragón tras casarse en 1235 con Jaime I de Aragón, el Conquistador, de quien fue la segunda esposa.

Era hija del rey Andrés II de Hungría y de Violante de Courtenay. Su dote significaba una aportación de dinero y territorios, que nunca se hicieron efectivos.

Impulsó de forma decisiva la conquista del reino de Valencia en 1238 y participó activamente en la política real. Se implicó sobre todo en las particiones de la herencia que quedarían a los hijos que tuvo con Jaime I, tratando de enemistar al rey con Alfonso, hijo de su primer matrimonio con Leonor de Castilla.

Violante y Jaime I tuvieron cuatro hijos y cinco hijas:

  1. Fernando, muerto joven.
  2. Sancho, arzobispo de Toledo.
  3. Violante, que se casaría con Alfonso X el Sabio, rey de Castilla.
  4. Constanza, que se casaría con Manuel de Portugal.
  5. María, que se haría religiosa.
  6. Sancha, que moriría en peregrinaje a Tierra Santa.
  7. Isabel, que se casaría con Felipe III de Francia.

Sus restos y los de una hija, Sancha, yacen en el presbiterio del monasterio cisterciense de Santa María de Vallbona en Cataluña.

-------------------- Violant of Hungary (Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – October 1251 in Huesca) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish and Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan .

Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

She married James I in 1235, being his second wife, and had several children:

1. Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alfonso X.

2. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile.

3. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285).

4. James II of Majorca (1243-1311).

5. Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250).

6. Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251).

7. Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France

8. Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun.

9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1279)

10. Elionor of Aragon (1251-?, young)

Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the monastery of Santa María de Vallbona in Catalonia.

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Violant_of_Hungary -------------------- Violant of Hungary (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – 1253) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish. Family

Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay. Her paternal grandparents were Béla III of Hungary and his first wife Agnes of Antioch. Her maternal grandparents were Peter II of Courtenay and his second wife Yolanda of Flanders.

Violant was a half-sister of Anne Marie, Empress of Bulgaria, Béla IV of Hungary, Saint Elisabeth of Hungary and Coloman of Lodomeria.

Violant's mother died in 1233, when Violant was seventeen years old. Her father remarried, to Beatrice d'Este, they had a son called Stephen. Marriage

Violant married James I in 1235, being his second wife. By the marriage, Violant became Queen Consort of Aragon. James already had one son, Alfonso by his first marriage to Eleanor of Castile. James however divorced Eleanor and decided to remarry, he chose Violant.

James and Violant had ten children:

  1. Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alphonse X.
  2. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile.
  3. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285).
  4. James II of Majorca (1243-1311).
  5. Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250).
  6. Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251).
  7. Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France
  8. Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun.
  9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1275)
 10. Eleanor of Aragon (1251-?, young)

Violant's daughter, Isabella became Queen of France by her marriage to Philip III of France. Isabella was mother of Philip IV of France and Charles of Valois.

Charles of Valois was father of Philip VI of France, Isabella, Duchess of Bourbon and Blanche, Queen of Germany.

Violant died in 1253. Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the Real Monasterio de Santa Maria de Vallbona in Vallbona de les Monges, Catalonia.

Her husband remarried one more time, to Teresa Gil de Vidaure, who was once James' mistress. -------------------- Violant of Hungary From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Violant of Hungary (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – 1253) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish and Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan. Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay. She married James I in 1235, being his second wife, and had several children: 1. Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alfonso X. 2. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile. 3. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285). 4. James II of Majorca (1243-1311). 5. Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250). 6. Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251). 7. Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France 8. Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun. 9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1275) 10. Elionor of Aragon (1251-?, young) Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the monastery of Santa María de Vallbona in Lerida.

-------------------- Violant of Hungary (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – 1253) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish.

Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

She married James I in 1235, being his second wife, and had several children:

1. Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alfonso X.

2. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile.

3. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285).

4. James II of Majorca (1243-1311).

5. Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250).

6. Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251).

7. Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France

8. Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun.

9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1275)

10. Elionor of Aragon (1251-?, young)

Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona in Lleida, Catalonia. -------------------- Violant of Hungary (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – 1253) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish.

Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

She married James I in 1235, being his second wife, and had several children:

Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alphonse X. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285). James II of Majorca (1243-1311). Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250). Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251). Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1275) Elionor of Aragon (1251-?, young) Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona in Lleida, Catalonia.

Preceded by Eleanor of Castile Queen Consort of Aragon 1235–1253 Succeeded by Teresa Gil de Vidaure

-------------------- Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (1236 - 1301) Queen consort of Castile and León (1252-1284).

She was born in Zaragoza, the daughter of King James I of Aragon (1213-1276) and his second wife the queen Yolande of Hungary (ca.1215-1253). Her maternal grandparents were Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

On December 26, 1246 she married in Valladolid with the future King Alfonso X of Castile and Leon (1221-1284). Because of her youth (Violante was only 10 years old at the time of the marriage), she produced no children for several years and it was feared that she was barren. The oft-repeated claim that Alfonso almost had their marriage annulled is untrue, and they went on to have twelve children:

Fernando, died in infancy, and buried in Las Huelgas in Burgos. Berengaria of Castile (1253-after 1284). She was betrothed to Louis, the son and heir of King Louis IX of France, but her fiance died prematurely in 1260. She entered the convent in Las Huelgas, where she was living in 1284. Beatriz of Castile (1254-1280). She married William VII, Marquess of Montferrat. Ferdinand de la Cerda, Infante of Castile (October 23, 1255-July 25, 1275). He married Blanche, the daughter of King Louis IX of France, by whom he had two children. Because he predeceased his father, his younger brother Sancho inherited the throne. Leonor of Castile (1257-1275) Sancho IV of Castile (May 13, 1258-1295) Constanza of Castile (1258-August 22, 1280), a nun at Las Huelgas. Pedro of Castile (June 1260-October 10, 1283) Juan of Castile, Lord of Valencia (March or April, 1262-June 25, 1319). Isabella, died young. Violante of Castile (1265-1296). She married Diego Lopez de Haro Jaime of Castile (August 1266-August 9, 1284) She died at Roncevalles.

-------------------- Wikipedia: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yolanda_von_Ungarn Yolanda von Ungarn aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche

Yolanda von Ungarn (* 1219; † 9. Oktober 1251 in Huesca) war eine ungarische Adlige. Leben [Bearbeiten]

Sie war die Tochter von Andreas II. von Ungarn aus zweiter Ehe mit Jolante Courtenay (Tochter von Kaiser Peter (Lateinisches Kaiserreich)).

Sie war die zweite Ehefrau von Jakob I. von Aragonien. Sie hatten zehn Kinder. Ihre Tochter, Isabella von Aragon (* 1243; † 1271 in Cosenza) war von 1270 bis 1271 Königin von Frankreic -------------------- Violant of Hungary (Esztergom, Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – 1253) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish.

Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.

She married James I in 1235, being his second wife, and had several children:

1. Violant of Aragon (1236-1301), queen of Castile by her marriage to Alfonso X.

2. Constance of Aragon (1239-1269), infanta of Castile by her marriage to Juan Manuel of Castile, son of Ferdinand III of Castile.

3. Peter III of Aragon (1240-1285).

4. James II of Majorca (1243-1311).

5. Ferdinand of Aragon (1245-1250).

6. Sancha of Aragon (1246-1251).

7. Isabella of Aragon (1247-1271), married Philip III of France

8. Maria of Aragon (1248-1267), nun.

9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo (1250-1275)

10. Elionor of Aragon (1251-?, young)

Violant and her daughter Sancha's remains are at the monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona in Lleida, Catalonia. -------------------- Her marriage produced 4 sons & 5 daughters.

Buried ~ Tomb is white stone on top with a cross. The lower part is darker with a symbol. It sits on top of two small pillars which has a cross on each.

-------------------- Yolante Arpád married Jaime I, Rey de Aragón, son of Pedro II, Rey de Aragón and Marie de Montpellier, on 8 September 1235. She died circa October 1251.

    She was the daughter of Andreas II Arpád, King of Hungary and Yolande de Courtney.1,2 She was also known as Yolande (?).

Children of Yolante Arpád and Jaime I, Rey de Aragón

   Yolante de Aragón+3 d. 1300
   Pedro de Ayerve3
   Sancho de Aragón3 d. 1275
   Constanza de Aragón+3 d. c 1269
   Pedro III, Rey de Aragón+3 b. 1236, d. 1285
   Isabel de Aragón+3 b. 1243, d. 28 Jan 1271
   Jaime I, Rey de Majorca+3 b. 1243, d. 1311

Citations

   [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 45. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
   [S16] Louda and MacLagan, Lines of Succession, table 89.
   [S16] Louda and MacLagan, Lines of Succession, table 46.
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Violante de Hungría, reina consorte de Aragón's Timeline

1215
1215
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom , Magyarország - Hungary
1227
1227
Age 12
[alternate birth date]
1235
1235
Age 20
Barcelona, Espana
1236
1236
Age 21
1239
1239
Age 24
Carrión de los Condes, CL, Spain
1239
Age 24
1243
May 31, 1243
Age 28
Montpellier, Hérault, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
1243
Age 28
1245
1245
Age 30
Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
1246
1246
Age 31
Of, Barcelona, Aragón