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Boris Kalamanos

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Boris Kalamanos (Kiev, c. 1114-1153/1154) was a pretender who claimed the Hungarian throne. He desperately tried to assert his claims with the assistance of Poland, the Holy Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire, but he failed and died in exile.

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1 His descent

2 The pretender

3 His last years

4 Marriage and children

5 Sources


[edit] His descent

Boris was the son of Eufemia, queen of King Coloman of Hungary who had been caught in adultery and sent back to Kiev before her son's birth. Therefore, Boris was born in the court of his maternal grandfather, Grand Prince Vladimir II of Kiev and he was never recognised by King Coloman as his son.

Boris may have gone to the Kingdom of Hungary in 1128 when a group of aristocrats proclaimed a "Count Bors" king against King Stephen II (who was King Coloman's son and successor), but Boris identification with Count Boris is under debate. Nevertheless, King Stephen II managed to overcome the conspiracy and he was followed by his cousin, King Béla II the Blind who was crowned on 28 April 1131.

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Marriage and children

1128-1130 or 1141-1143: Anna Dukaina (?–?), a relative of the Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos, who became nun Arete after his death

-1. sebastos Konstantinos Kalamanos (1137/1145–after 1173)

-2. Stephanos Kalamanos

Source / Forrás:

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

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Hungarian / Magyarul

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Boris Kalamanos

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search

Boris Kalamanos (Kiev, c. 1114-1153/1154) was a pretender who claimed the Hungarian throne. He desperately tried to assert his claims with the assistance of Poland, the Holy Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire, but he failed and died in exile.

Contents [hide]

1 His descent

2 The pretender

3 His last years

4 Marriage and children

5 Sources

[edit] His descent

Boris was the son of Eufemia, queen of King Coloman of Hungary who had been caught in adultery and sent back to Kiev before her son's birth. Therefore, Boris was born in the court of his maternal grandfather, Grand Prince Vladimir II of Kiev and he was never recognised by King Coloman as his son.

Boris may have gone to the Kingdom of Hungary in 1128 when a group of aristocrats proclaimed a "Count Bors" king against King Stephen II (who was King Coloman's son and successor), but Boris identification with Count Boris is under debate. Nevertheless, King Stephen II managed to overcome the conspiracy and he was followed by his cousin, King Béla II the Blind who was crowned on 28 April 1131.

...

Marriage and children

1128-1130 or 1141-1143: Anna Dukaina (?–?), a relative of the Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos, who became nun Arete after his death

-1. sebastos Konstantinos Kalamanos (1137/1145–after 1173)

-2. Stephanos Kalamanos

Source / Forrás:

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

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Hungarian / Magyarul

Borisz_trónkövetelő

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