Yolande - Jolánta de Hongrie de Courtenay, Reina (c.1194 - 1233) MP

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Nicknames: "Violante de Courtenay", "Yolande of /Courtney/", "She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian", "Iolanda or Violant in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante in Spanish.", "Yolande - Jolánta de Courtenay", "Reina de Hongrie (Geni Tree Match) Too Many Ancestors"
Birthplace: Constantinople, *ca 1194, Latin Empire
Death: Died in Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
Occupation: Princesa de Constantinopla, Condesa de Courtenay, Queen of Hungary
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About Yolande - Jolánta de Hongrie de Courtenay, Reina

MedLands

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Prince Pierre I de France, sn de Courtenay, de Tanlay, de Champignelles, etc, *1126, +Palestine 1179/10.4.1183 !dwid!; m.1150/55 Elizabeth de Joinville, Dame de Courtenay (*Courtenay 1127, +after 14.9.1205) dau.of Renaud de Courtenay; they had issue:

  • A1. Cte Pierre II de Courtenay 1193, Cte de Nevers, d'Auxerre et de Tonnerre 1184, Emperor of Constantinople (1216-19), Marquis de Namur, *1155, +Epirus after VI.1219; By his second marriage, he was called upon in 1217 to succeed to the Latin Empire of the Orient, created following the capture of Constantinople in the course of the Fourth Crusade. But on the way to his Empire, he was victim of a Greek ambush. Baudouin tried to engage the fief of Courtenay to Villehardouin, but King Louis IX objected. However, his son Philippe was able to engage to the Venetians. Later, through marriage, Courtenay was reunited with the Crown, after a possession by the King of Castile; 1m: 1184 Cts Agnes de Nevers, d'Auxerre et de Tonnerre (*1170 +1192) dau.of Cte Guy I de Nevers and Mathilde de Bourgogne; 2m: Soissons 1.7.1193 Mgvne Yolande of Namur (*1175 +1219) dau.of Ct Baldwin V of Flanders and Hainaut
    • B1. [1m.] Mahaut de Courtenay, Cts de Nevers, d'Auxerre et de Tonnerre, *1188, +Abbaye de Fontevrault 12.10.1257, bur there; 1m: 1199 (div 1213) Hervé IV, Seigneur de Donzy; 2m: 1226 Guigues IV d'Albon, Cte de Forez (+1241)
    • B2. [2m.] Philippe de Courtenay, Margrave of Namur (1217-26), *1195, +k.a. St.Flour-en-Auvergne 1226, bur Abbaye de Vaucelles, Cambrai
    • B3. [2m.] Pierre de Courtenay, a priest, *1196, living 1212
    • B4. [2m.] Robert I de Courtenay, Emperor of Constantinople (1221-28), *1201, +Morea/Morée, Loir-et-Cher, France I.1228; m.1228 a dau.of Baudoin de Neufville
    • B5. [2m.] Henri de Courtenay, Mgve of Namur (1226-29), *1206, +1229
    • B6. [2m.] Baldwin de Courtenay, Emperor of Constantinople (1237-61) =Baldwin II, *Constantinople 1218, +Naples 1273, bur Barletta; m.Perugia 1229/1234 Marie de Brienne (+after 5.5.1275)
      • ..
    • B7. [2m.] Marguerite, Dame de Chateauneuf-sur-Cher, Mgvne of Namur (1229-37), *1194, +17.7.1270, bur Marienthal; 1m: ca 1210 Raoul I de Lusignan, Seigneur d'Issoudun (+1216); 2m: 1216 Gf Heinrich I von Vianden (+1252)
    • B8. [2m.] Sibylle, a nun, *1197, +Abbey de Fontevrault V.1210
    • B9. [2m.] Elizabeth, *1199, +after 1269; 1m: before 1219 Cte Gaucher de Bar-sur-Seine (+1219); 2m: 1220 Eudes I de Bourgogne, sn de Montagu (*1196 +1243/7)
    • B10. [2m.] Yolande de Courtenay, *ca 1194, 1200, +1233, bur Egrecz Abbey; m.1215 King András II of Hungary (*1176 +21.9.1235)
    • B11. [2m.] Agnés, *1202, +after 1247; m.1217 Geoffroy II de Villehardouin, Pr of Achaia (+1246), son of Geoffroy de Villehardouin and Elisabeth de Troyes
    • B12. [2m.] Marie, *1204, +Nicea IX.1222; m.1219 Emperor Theodoros I of Nicaea (+1222)
    • B13. [2m.] Eléonore de Courtenay, *1208, +1230, bur Abbaye de St.Antoine-des-Champs, Paris; m.before 1220 Philippe I de Montfort-l'Amaury, sn de Castres-en-Albegeois (+17.3.1270)
    • B14. [2m.] Constance, a nun at Fontevrault, *1210, +Abbaye de Fontevrault after 1215, bur there
  • ...

Yolande de Courtney married Andreas II Arpád, King of Hungary, son of Béla III Arpád, King of Hungary and Agnes de Châtillon, before 29 January 1216.1 She died in 1233.2

    She was the daughter of Peter de Courtenay, Emperor of Constantinople and Yolande de Hainaut.1,2

Child of Yolande de Courtney and Andreas II Arpád, King of Hungary

   Yolante Arpád+2 d. c Oct 1251

Citations

   [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 1122. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
   [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 89. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.

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Yolanda de Courtenay (1197 - June 1233) Queen Consort of Hungary, Second wife of Andrew II of Hungary.

[edit] Biography

Yolanda is registered under different versions of his name in contemporary documents, including:Yoles, Hyolenz, Jole, Hyole, Jolans, among others Violanta". He was born in Constantinople in Latin Empire, As the daughter of Emperor Peter II of Courtenay and his consort Empress Yolanda of Flanders.

In 1215 was taken as a wife widowed by King Andrew II of Hungary, after his first wife Gertrude had been killed in Merani 1213. With this second marriage, Andrew II wanted to approach the Latin Empire, heir of the Byzantine Empire momentary crisis, strengthening political relations with the emperor-family, however this failed. Yolanda had a daughter with Andrés II Violante of Hungary in 1216 (Who later married the king Jaime I of Aragon)

Yolanda was very different from its predecessor Gertrudis. The new queen consort was sweet-tempered and serene, away from politics as possible, just the opposite of Gertrude. Yolanda finished the first church in Arad carrying about 80 years under construction, and 1224 The Temple was sanctified.

Yolanda died in June 1233 and was buried in the cloister of the Cistercian order Built in the ?**City Eger**.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yolanda_de_Courtenay

(Translation from Spanish)

  • *Igriş = Egres (Hungarian)**

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igri%C5%9F

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

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Yolanda de Courtenay

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yolanda de Courtenay (c. 1200–1233), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia was the second wife of King Andrew II of Hungary.

Yolanda was the daughter of Count Peter II of Courtenay and his second wife, Yolanda of Flanders, the sister of Baldwin I and Henry I, the Emperors of Constantinople. Her marriage with King Andrew II, whose first wife, Gertrude had been murdered by conspirators on 24 September 1213, was arranged by her uncle, the Emperor Henry I.

Their marriage was celebrated in February 1215 in Székesfehérvár and Archbishop John of Esztergom crowned her queen consort. However, Bishop Robert of Veszprém sent a complaint to Pope Innocent III, because the coronation of the queens consort in Hungary had been traditionally the privilege of his see. The Pope sent a legate to Hungary in order to investigate the complaint and confirmed the privilege of the See of Veszprém.

Following her uncle's death on 11 July 1216, her husband was planning to acquire the imperial crown for himself, but the barons of the Latin Empire proclaimed her father emperor, instead.

Yolanda maintained good relations with his husband's children from his first marriage. Her husband survived her. She was burried in the White Monks' Abbey in Egres.

[edit]Marriages and children

February 1215: Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)

Yolanda (c. 1215 – 12 October 1251), wife of King James I of Aragon

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Yolanda de Courtenay (c. 1200–1233), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia was the second wife of King Andrew II of Hungary.

Yolanda was the daughter of Count Peter II of Courtenay and his second wife, Yolanda of Flanders, the sister of Baldwin I and Henry I, the Emperors of Constantinople. Her marriage with King Andrew II, whose first wife, Gertrude had been murdered by conspirators on 24 September 1213, was arranged by her uncle, the Emperor Henry I.

Their marriage was celebrated in February 1215 in Székesfehérvár and Archbishop John of Esztergom crowned her queen consort. However, Bishop Robert of Veszprém sent a complaint to Pope Innocent III, because the coronation of the queens consort in Hungary had been traditionally the privilege of his see. The Pope sent a legate to Hungary in order to investigate the complaint and confirmed the privilege of the See of Veszprém.

Following her uncle's death on 11 July 1216, her husband was planning to acquire the imperial crown for himself, but the barons of the Latin Empire proclaimed her father emperor, instead.

Yolanda maintained good relations with his husband's children from his first marriage. Her husband survived her. She was buried in the White Monks' Abbey in Egres.

[edit] Marriages and children

February 1215: Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)

Yolanda (c. 1215 – 12 October 1251), wife of King James I of Aragon

[edit] Sources

Soltész, István: Árpád-házi királynék (Gabo, 1999)

Kristó, Gyula - Makk, Ferenc: Az Árpád-ház uralkodói (IPC Könyvek, 1996)

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yolanda_de_Courtenay"

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Yolanda de Courtenay (c. 1200–1233), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia was the second wife of King Andrew II of Hungary.

Yolanda was the daughter of Count Peter II of Courtenay and his second wife, Yolanda of Flanders, the sister of Baldwin I and Henry I, the Emperors of Constantinople. Her marriage with King Andrew II, whose first wife, Gertrude had been murdered by conspirators on 24 September 1213, was arranged by her uncle, the Emperor Henry I.

Their marriage was celebrated in February 1215 in Székesfehérvár and Archbishop John of Esztergom crowned her queen consort. However, Bishop Robert of Veszprém sent a complaint to Pope Innocent III, because the coronation of the queens consort in Hungary had been traditionally the privilege of his see. The Pope sent a legate to Hungary in order to investigate the complaint and confirmed the privilege of the See of Veszprém.

Following her uncle's death on 11 July 1216, her husband was planning to acquire the imperial crown for himself, but the barons of the Latin Empire proclaimed her father emperor, instead.

Yolanda maintained good relations with his husband's children from his first marriage. Her husband survived her. She was burried in the White Monks' Abbey in Egres.

February 1215: Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)

Yolanda (c. 1215 – 12 October 1251), wife of King James I of Aragon

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Wikipedia:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolante_Courtenay

Jolante Courtenay

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Jolante Courtenay (auch: Jolanthe, Yolande, Yolanda, Violante, Yoles, Hyolenz Capet-Courtenay; * um 1200 in Courtenay (Loiret), Frankreich; † 1233) war Königin von Ungarn.

Ihre Mutter war Jolante († 1219) und ihr Vater Peter von Courtenay (Pierre de Courtenay) (* ca. 1165/70; † 1219), aus der Familie Courtenay, einer Nebenlinie der Kapetinger, war Kaiser des Lateinischen Kaiserreichs von Konstantinopel von 1216 bis 1217.

1215 wird sie zweite Ehefrau von Andreas II. von Ungarn (* um 1177; † 1235), dessen erste Ehefrau Gerdrud 1213 ermordet wurde.

Ihre Tochter ist Yolanda von Ungarn.

Jolante und Andreas wurden im Egreser Kloster beigesetzt.

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   * Mittelalter Genealogie

Vorgängerin

Gertrud von Andechs

Königin von Ungarn

1215-1233 Nachfolgerin

Beatrix von Este

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Yolanda de Courtenay (c. 1200–1233), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia was the second wife of King Andrew II of Hungary.

Yolanda was the daughter of Count Peter II of Courtenay and his second wife, Yolanda of Flanders, the sister of Baldwin I and Henry I, the Emperors of Constantinople. Her marriage with King Andrew II, whose first wife, Gertrude had been murdered by conspirators on 24 September 1213, was arranged by her uncle, the Emperor Henry I.

Their marriage was celebrated in February 1215 in Székesfehérvár and Archbishop John of Esztergom crowned her queen consort. However, Bishop Robert of Veszprém sent a complaint to Pope Innocent III, because the coronation of the queens consort in Hungary had been traditionally the privilege of his see. The Pope sent a legate to Hungary in order to investigate the complaint and confirmed the privilege of the See of Veszprém.

Following her uncle's death on 11 July 1216, her husband was planning to acquire the imperial crown for himself, but the barons of the Latin Empire proclaimed her father emperor, instead.

Yolanda maintained good relations with his husband's children from his first marriage. Her husband survived her. She was burried in the White Monks' Abbey in Egres.

February 1215: Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)

Yolanda (c. 1215 – 12 October 1251), wife of King James I of Aragon

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Yolande - Jolánta de Courtenay, Reina de Hongrie's Timeline

1194
1194
Constantinople, *ca 1194, Latin Empire
1215
1215
Age 21
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom , Hungary
1233
1233
Age 39
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
1934
February 3, 1934
Age 39
February 7, 1934
Age 39
1993
February 23, 1993
Age 39
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Queen of Hungary