Kalman (Salamon) Musat

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Kalman (Salamon) Musat (Capet-Arpad)

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Father of Muşata Marestang

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About Kalman (Salamon) Musat

Kalman (Salamon) Musat

b. 1272

Person:343340 in http://en.rodovid.org/wk/Person:343340

Lineage Capet-Arpad

Sex Male

Full name (at birth) Kalman (Salamon) Musat

1272 birth: child birth: ♀ # Muşata (Marestang) [Marestang]


Contemporary of Guy de Chypre (de Lusignan) (Lusignan, b. 1275? d. 1303)

This Geneovese based Ostrogothian/Ligurian lineage combines the genealogical houses Costanja, Musat, Capet, Arpad and is found in Italy, Crete, Malta (Balearic Islands), Piedmont, and Pyrenees, the Balkans and the Black Sea Basin (Carpathia). And is recorded by Hannibal as being found in the Val d'Aosta valley as well as the north west coastal region of Italy linking the Swiss city of Geneva both linguistically and genealogically to the coastal Genovese.

A Templar Veteran colony with ties to Crete and Genoa established a hospital in the region of Marestang Auvergne during the years prior to the demise of the Templar order. Knights from the Crusades were established there, but the fort was abandoned due to persecution from the King of France. While most Templar knights were priests and sworn to chastity not all of them were required to practice it. Certain of the Layity who served as scribes and clerks were not celebate and many of the Knights were married but became celebate only after having produced a family and taken the templar vows.

This relationship of Simon Musatin (the Templar Librarian/Scribe) and Kalman Musat are speculative.

DNA testing indicates a strong relationship between Auvergne, the Piedmont, Sicly, Crete and eastern Europe.