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Queen consort of Hungary Agnes Anne of Antioch (de Chatillon)

Spanish: Reina de Hungría y Croacia Inés Agnès Agnes de Antioquía (Châtillon), Hungarian: Inês Agnès Anna, French: Inês Ágnes Anna d'Antiochia (de Châtillon)
Birthdate:
Death: 1184 (25-34)
Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary
Place of Burial: Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, lord of Hebron & Montréal and Constance of Antioch
Wife of Béla III of Hungary
Mother of Árpád(hazi) Imre, Magyar király; Margaret Maria de Saint Omer, princess of Hungary; Árpád(házi) II. András - Andrew II, King of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) Salamon, Prince of Hungary; ÁRPÁD(házi) István (~1184~1210), of Hungary and 1 other
Sister of Jeanne de Châtillon, of Antioch
Half sister of Alix d'Este; Renald de Châtillon; Bohemond III "the Stammerer" of Poitiers, prince of Antioch; Maria de Poitiers, Princess of Antioch; Philippa de Poitiers, princesse d'Antioche and 1 other

Occupation: Queen of Hungary from 1172 until 1184 as the first wife of Béla III.
Managed by: FARKAS Mihály László
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About Agnes of Antioch

Agnes de Châtillon (1) F, #114111, d. 1184 Last Edited=19 Nov 2009

    Agnes de Châtillon was the daughter of Reynold de Châtillon. (1) She married Béla III Arpád, King of Hungary, son of Geisa II Arpád, King of Hungary and Euphrosine of Novgorod, in 1168. (1)  She died in 1184. (1)

Children of Agnes de Châtillon and Béla III Arpád, King of Hungary

  • -1. Constance Arpád+ (2) d. 1240
  • -2. Margaret Arpád+ (2) d. 1175
  • -3. Emeric Arpád, King of Hungary+ (1) b. 1174, d. 1204
  • -4. Andreas II Arpád, King of Hungary+ (2) b. 1176, d. 7 Mar 1235

Forrás / Source:

http://www.thepeerage.com/p11412.htm#i114111


Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary.

Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. Her father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years.

In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria had been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes was married to kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged to the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena until the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166.

The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary.

Agnes died in 1184, aged around thirty. She was buried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband.

[edit] Marriages and children

  • c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196),
  1. King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204)
  2. Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer
  3. King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)
  4. Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia

Sources Korai Magyar Történeti Lexikon (9-14. század), főszerkesztő: Kristó Gyula, szerkesztők: Engel Pál és Makk Ferenc (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1994) 1.^ http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/59035/Bela-III 2.^ http://books.google.hu/books?id=dYfTAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA157&dq=%22agnes+o...
Royal titles Preceded by Maria Comnene, Queen of Hungary Queen consort of Hungary 1172-c. 1184 Succeeded by Marguerite of France

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Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia.

Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. His father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years.

In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria has been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes got married with kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged with the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena till the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166.

The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary.

She was buried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband.

  1. c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196), daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, prince of Antioch and his wife, Constance of Antioch

King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204) Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235) Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia



Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary.

Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. Her father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years.

In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria had been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes was married to kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged to the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena until the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166.

The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary.

Agnes died in 1184, aged around thirty. She was buried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband. [edit] Marriages and children

  1. c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196),
   * King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204)
   * Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer
   * King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)
   * Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia


Agnes of Antioch From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia. Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. His father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years. In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria has been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes got married with kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged with the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena till the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166. The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary. She was burried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband. [edit]Marriages and children

  1. c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196), daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, prince of Antioch and his wife, Constance of Antioch King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204) Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235) Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia [edit]Sources

Korai Magyar Történeti Lexikon (9-14. század), főszerkesztő: Kristó Gyula, szerkesztők: Engel Pál és Makk Ferenc (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1994)



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Agnès de Châtillon-sur-Loing (* 1153; † 1184) war Königin von Ungarn.

Agnès de Châtillon wurde als Tochter von Renaud de Châtillon-sur-Loing (* 1124; † 1187) und dessen Gemahlin Konstanze von Antiocha geboren.

1172 wurde sie im Alter von 19 Jahren mit dem ungarischen König Béla III. verheiratet.

Agnes verstarb bereits nach fünfjähriger Ehe im Alter von 24 Jahren, nachdem sie sechs Kinder zur Welt gebracht hatte. Sie wurde in der Basilika in Székesfehérvár beigesetzt, später wurde ihr Leichnam in die Matthiaskirche nach Budapest überführt. Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

   * Emmerich (* 1174; † 1204), König von Ungarn
   * Margarethe von Ungarn (* 1175; † nach 1233), ∞ Kaiser Isaak II. von Byzanz
   * Andreas II. (* 1176; † 1235), König von Ungarn
   * Salomon (jung verstorben)
   * Stephan (jung verstorben)
   * Konstanze von Ungarn (* 1180; † 1240), ∞ König Ottokar I. Přemysl von Böhmen

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

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

Vorgängerin

Agnes von Österreich Königin von Ungarn 1172–1184 Nachfolgerin

Margarethe von Frankreich



Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary.

Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. Her father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years.

In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria had been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes was married to kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged to the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena until the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166.

The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary.

Agnes died in 1184, aged around thirty. She was buried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband. [edit] Marriages and children

  1. c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196),
   * King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204)
   * Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer
   * King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235)
   * Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia


Agnes of Antioch, (1154 – c. 1184), Queen Consort of Hungary and Croatia.

Agnes was the daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch by right of his wife, and his first wife, Constance of Antioch. His father was captured by the Muslims in Nov 1160 and was confined in Aleppo for the next seventeen years.

In 1170, Ágnes went to Constantinople, where her sister Maria has been living as the wife of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. She received the name Anna in the imperial court. On the Emperor's request, Agnes got married with kaiszar Alexius, who had been engaged with the Emperor's daughter, Maria Comnena till the birth of Manuel's son, Alexius in 1166.

The new couple went on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem where they made a donation for the Knights Hospitaller. In the summer, after the death of King Stephen III of Hungary, her husband ascended the throne as King Béla III, and they moved to Hungary.

She was buried in Székesfehérvár. Her remains were confidently identified by archeologists during late 19th century excavations at the ruined cathedral of Székesfehérvár. Her remains were afterwards reinterred at the Mathias Church in Budapest, with those of her husband.

  1. c. 1170: King Béla III of Hungary (c. 1148 – 23 April 1196), daughter of Raynald of Châtillon, prince of Antioch and his wife, Constance of Antioch

King Emeric of Hungary (1174 – 30 September/November 1204) Margaret (1175 – after 1223), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer King Andrew II of Hungary (c. 1177 – 21 September 1235) Constance (c. 1180 – 6 December 1240), wife of king Ottokar I of Bohemia

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Agnes of Antioch's Timeline

1154
1154
1174
1174
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Magyarország - Hungary
1175
1175
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
1176
1176
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Magyarország, Hungary
1177
1177
Esztergom, Komarom-Esztergom, Hungary
1180
1180
Esztergom, Komárom-Esztergom, Hungary
1184
1184
Hungary
1184
Age 30
Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary
1184
Age 30
Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary