ÁRPÁD(házi) Béla, Prince of Halicz

public profile

Is your surname ÁRPÁD(házi)?

Research the ÁRPÁD(házi) family

ÁRPÁD(házi) Béla, Prince of Halicz's Geni Profile

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Share photos and videos
  • Smart Matching™ technology
  • Free!


Related Projects

About ÁRPÁD(házi) Béla, Prince of Halicz



BÉLA IV 1235-1270, BÉLA V 1304-1308 BÉLA, son of ANDRÁS II King of Hungary & his first wife Gertrud von Andechs-Merano (Nov 1206-Margaret Island, near Buda 2/3 May 1270, bur Esztergom). ... He succeeded his father in 1235 as BÉLA IV King of Hungary. ... m (1218) MARIA Laskarina, daughter of THEODOROS Laskaris Emperor in Nikaia & his first wife Anna Angelina (-16 or 24 Jul 1270, bur Esztergom). ... King Béla IV & his wife had ten children:

  • 1. KATHARINA (-Klis Castle 1242, bur Split St Domnius). ...
  • 2. MARGIT "the Elder" (-Klis Castle 20 Apr 1242, bur Split St Dominius). ...
  • 3. KINGA [Kunigunde] (1224-24 Jul 1292). ... m (1239) BOLESŁAV of Poland, son of LESZKO I "Bialy/the White" Prince of Sandomir and Krakow & his wife Gremislava Ingvarevna of Luck and Dorogobuz [Rurikid] (21 Jun 1226-7 Dec 1279).
  • 4. ANNA [Agnes] ([1226/27]-). ... m (1243) ROSTISLAV Mikhailovich ex-Prince of Galich, son of MIKHAIL Vsevolodich Grand Prince of Kiev & his wife Maria Romanovna of Galich ([1225]-1263). After the Mongol invasion, he sought refuge with Béla IV King of Hungary, married the king's daughter, and was appointed Ban of Mačva. He assumed the title ROSTISLAV Tsar of the Bulgarians, and was recognised as such by Hungary[950].
  • 5. ELISABETH (1236-24 Oct 1271, bur Kloster Seligenthal). ... m (1250) HEINRICH von Bayern, son of OTTO II "der Erlauchte" Duke of Bavaria & his wife Agnes von Sachsen [Este] (Landshut 19 Nov 1235-Burghausen 3 Feb 1290, bur Kloster Seligenthal).
  • 6. KONSTANZA. ... m ([1251/52]) LEV Daniilovich of Galich, son of DANIIL Romanovich Grand Prince of Kiev, King of Galich & his first wife Anna Mstislavna of Novgorod ([1228]-1301). He succeed his uncle in 1269 as LEV King of Galich.
  • 7. ISTVÁN (Dec 1239-1 Aug 1272). ... He succeeded his father in 1270 as ISTVÁN V King of Hungary. - see below.
  • 8. MARGIT "the Younger" (1242-18 Jan 1271). Abbess on the Island of Hares near Ofen, afterwards called Margaret Island, she refused an offer of marriage from Otakar II King of Bohemia[958].
  • 9. IOLANDA [Helena] ([1238/44]-16/17 Jun after 1303). ... m (1250) BOLESŁAW of Poland, son of WŁADYSŁAW Prince of Greater Poland & his wife Hedwig [von Pommerellen] (after 1221-13 Apr 1279). He succeeded in 1247 as BOLESŁAW "Poboźny/the Pious" Prince of Kalisch, until 1249 and 1253. He was Prince of Gnesen from 1249/50, and Prince of Greater Poland 1257.
  • 10. BÉLA ([1245]-1269, bur Gran [Esztergom]). The Chronicon Varadiense names "dux Stephanus postea rex, secundus…dux Bela" as the two sons of "rex Bela quartus"[960]. The Historia Salonitanorum of Thomas Archdeacon of Split records that "domina Maria regina, Grecorum imperatorum stirpe progenita…filio suo Bele…secundus…regis filius" was appointed duke of Croatia while still a minor[961]. He was installed by his father as Duke of Slavonia, Dalmatia & Croatia in 1262, territories previously held by his older brother István, who immediately rebelled against their father[962]. The Annales Cracovienses Compilati record the death in 1270 of "Boleslaus filius Bele regis Hungarie"[963]. The Chronicon Dubnicense records that "duce Bela filio suo" was buried with his father "rex Bela" in "Strigony in ecclesia fratrum minorum"[964]. m (24/25 Oct 1264) as her first husband, KUNIGUNDE von Brandenburg, daughter of OTTO III Markgraf von Brandenburg [Askanier] & his wife Beatrix [Božena] of Bohemia ([1247/52]-after 8 Jun 1292). The Canonicorum Pragensium Continuationes Cosmæ records the marriage "IV Kal Oct 1264" of "filiam Ottoni marchioni" and "filio regis nominee Belæ"[965]. The Historia Annorum 1264-1279 records the marriage in 1264 of "Bela frater Stephani regis Ungarie" and "filiam marchionis Brannburgensis", but does not name her[966]. The Altahenses Annales record the marriage "1262 in autumpno" of "filiam Ottonis marchionis de Brandenburch" and "Bele iuniore regi Ungarie"[967]. The Historia Annorum 1264-1279 records the marriage in 1264 of "Bela frater Stephani regis Ungarie" and "filiam marchionis Brannburgensis", but does not name her[968]. She is named in the Cronica Principum Saxonie which shows (in order) "Iohannem de Praga, Ottonem Magnum, Albertum, Ottonem, Conegundim, Mechtildim" as children of "Otto III" & his wife, specifying that Kunigund married "Bele filie Bele regis Ungarie, fratris beate Elisabet" in 1264, and also records her second marriage to "duci de Limburch"[969]. She married secondly ([10 Jan 1278]) as his second wife, Walram IV Duke of Limburg.

view all

ÁRPÁD(házi) Béla, Prince of Halicz's Timeline

Buda, Pest, Hungary
Age 24
Duke of Slavonia
Esztergom, ferencesek temploma