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Isabel ►Elizabeth of Hungary of Sicily, Queen consort

Also Known As: "Anjou Izabella"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: of, Sicile
Death: December 20, 1290 (26)
Napoli, Napoli, Italy
Place of Burial: Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Campania, Italy
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Charles I, King of Sicily and Beatrice di Provenza, regina consorte di Sicilia
Wife of ÁRPÁD(házi) IV. 'Kún' László - Ladislav IV "the Cuman", King of Hungary
Partner of Juraj - George I Šubić Bribirski
Mother of Peter Šubić*?* or Percal /Prkalj /Perkal and Ivan - János (fl. 1358) Šubić Bribirski
Sister of Louis De Sicile, Prince of Sicily; Blanche d'Anjou; Beatrice, principessa de Sicily; Charles II "the Lame", King of Naples; Robert de Sicile and 2 others

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About Isabel ►Elizabeth of Sicily, Queen consort of Hungary

From Wikipedia:

  • Magyarul:

Anjou Izabella magyar királyné

  • English:

Elizabeth of Sicily, Queen of Hungary

Elisabeth of Sicily (1261–1303) was the youngest child of Charles I of Naples and his first wife Beatrice of Provence. Her maternal grandparents were Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence and Beatrice of Savoy. Her paternal grandparents were Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile. Her maternal aunts included: Eleanor of Provence, Queen of England and Marguerite of Provence, Queen of France.

Marriage

Elisabeth married to Ladislaus IV of Hungary in 1269; she was only seven or eight at the time of the marriage. They had no children and so the direct Arpad dynasty ended upon Ladislaus' death.

Trouble with the Cumans

Ladislaus had neglected Elisabeth for the sake of his semi-pagan family, The Cumans; his mother Elizabeth was a member of the Cuman tribe. Ladislaus always wore Cuman dress and many of his friends were Cumans.

Ladislaus had even spent most of his marriage to Elisabeth chasing after the Cumans, encouraging them to come and live in Hungary. When they wanted to leave Hungary, Ladislaus used his forces to make them stay. Elisabeth was arrested in 1286 so that Ladislaus could live with a Cuman mistress. She was imprisoned in Margaret Island, where she stayed for the next three years. Ladislaus finally reconciled with Elisabeth in 1289. When he found he didn't have enough power to rule over his barons, he rejoined the Cumans.

Ladislaus died in 1290, childless, and he was succeeded by Andrew III of Hungary; Andrew was a distant cousin of Ladislaus.

Later life

After her husband's death, Elisabeth returned to Naples, but she returned again back to Hungary. In the year 1294 Queen Fenenna confirmed her the privilege to collect the donations of the church in the Veszprém County. In 1301 she returned to Naples, where she became a Dominican nun at St Peter's monastery (San Pietro a Castello), which had been founded by her sister-in-law Queen Mary. Queen Elisabeth (Isabella d'Anjou) died in 1303 and was buried at the monastery of St Peter's.[1]

  • Deutsch

Elisabeth von Sizilien

Elisabeth von Sizilien (auch Isabella von Anjou; * um 1261; † zwischen 1290 und 1304) war Königin von Ungarn.

Sie wurde als jüngste Tochter von König Karl I. von Neapel aus dem Hause Anjou und dessen erster Gemahlin Beatrix von der Provence geboren. 1272 wurde sie im Alter von 11 Jahren mit dem um ein Jahr jüngeren König Ladislaus IV. von Ungarn vermählt. Ladislaus wurde noch im September desselben Jahres im Alter von erst 10 Jahren zum König gekrönt. Das Paar hatte keine Kinder.

Ladislaus wurde im Jahre 1290 nach 18-jähriger Ehe und Regentschaft ermordet. Im Jahre 1294 bestätigte ihr die Königin Fenena das Privileg die Kirchenspenden im Komitat Veszprém einzusammeln. Sie dürfte zwischen 1294 und 1304 verstorben sein. Sie wurde im Dominikanerkloster in Neapel bestattet. Im Jahre 1314 wurde in einem Gerichtsurteil eines Abtes eines Klosters in Ungarn der uneheliche Sohn der Königin mit dessen Söhnen erwähnt, er wurde Vorfahre der Keglević Familie.

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