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Andrew II, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1177, d. 21 September 1235, bur. in Igriş Abbey, Sânpetru Mare, Timiş County, Romania

Father: Béla III, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1148, d. 23 April 1196
Mother: Agnes (Anna) of Antioch, b. ca. 1154, d. ca. 1184

Spouse: Gertrude of Merania, b. 1185, d. 28 September 1213, cause of death was murder by Hungarian magnates

Father: Berthold IV, Duke of Merania, d. 12 August 1204
Mother: Agnes of Rochilitz, b. ca. 1160, d. 25 March 1195
Married bef. 1203

Children:

  1. Anna Maria of Hungary, b. 1204 in Hungary, m. Ivan Asen II, Tsar of Bulgaria, January 1221, d. 1237 in Tarnovo, Bulgarua, bur. in Holy Forty Martyrs Church, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, cause of death was the plague
  2. Béla IV, King of Hungary, b. 1206, m. Maria Laskarina, 1220, d. 3 May 1270 in Rabbit’s Island (Margaret Island), Budapest, Hungary
  3. Elizabeth of Hungary, b. 7 July 1207 in Pozsony, Hungary, m. Louis IV, Landgrave of Thuringia, d. 17 November 1231 in Marburg, Thuringia, Germany
  4. Coloman of Hungary, b. 1208
  5. Andrew of Hungary, b. 1210
Spouse: Yolanda of Courtenay, b. ca. 1200, d. 1233
Father: Peter II de Courtenay, Latin Emperor of Constantinople, b. ca. 1155, d. 1218
Mother: Yolanda of Flanders, b. 1175, d. 1219
Married February 1215

Children:

  1. Yolanda (Violant) of Hungary, b. ca. 1215, m. James I "the Conqueror", King of Aragon, 1235, d. 1251

Spouse: Beatrice d’Este

Married 1234

Children:

  1. Stephen "the Posthumous" of Hungary, b. 1236, m. Isabella Traversani, m. Tomasina Morosini, d. 1271

Béla III, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1148, m. Margaret of France, 1186, d. 23 April 1196

Father: Géza II, King of Hungary, b. 1130 in Tolna, Hungary, d. 31 May 1162
Mother: Euphrosyne of Kiev, b. ca. 1130, d. ca. 1193
Spouse: Agnes (Anna) of Antioch, b. ca. 1154, d. ca. 1184
Father: Raynald of Châtillon, Prince of Antioch, b. ca. 1125 in Châtillon-sur-Loire, Loiret, France, d. 4 July 1187 in Hittin, Palestine
Mother: Constance of Antioch, b. 1127, m. Raymond of Poitiers, Prince of Antioch, 1136 in Antioch, Antakya, Hatay Province, Turkey, d. 1163
Married 1170

Children:

  1. Emeric, King of Hungary, b. 1174, m. Constance of Aragon, 1198, d. 30 November 1204
  2. Margaret (Maria) of Hungary, b. 1175, m. Isaac II Angelos, m. Boniface of Montferrat, m. Nicolas I of Saint Omer, ca. 1210
  3. Andrew II, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1177, m. Yolanda of Courtenay, February 1215, d. 21 September 1235, bur. in Igriş Abbey, Sânpetru Mare, Timiş County, Romania
  4. Soloman of Hungary, died in infancy
  5. Stephen of Hungary, died in infancy
  6. Constance of Hungary, b. ca. 1180 in Hungary, m. Ottokar I of Bohemia, 1199, d. 6 December 1240 in Tišnov, Moravia, Czech Republic

Géza II, King of Hungary, b. 1130 in Tolna, Hungary, d. 31 May 1162

Father: Béla II "the Blind", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1109, d. 13 February 1141
Mother: Helena of Serbia, b. aft. 1109, d. aft. 1146
Spouse: Euphrosyne of Kiev, b. ca. 1130, d. ca. 1193
Father: Mstislav I "the Great", Grand Prince of Kiev, b. 1 June 1076 in Turov, Belarus, d. 14 April 1132 in Kiev, Ukraine
Mother: Ljubava Saviditsch
Euphrosyne interfered in the succession of her sons after the death of Stephen, the oldest, seeking to place her youngest son, Géza, on the throne. However, Béla had him arrested, twice, and she was confined in the fortress of Barancs. She was later released and left for Constantinople, then went to Jerusalem to become a nun.
Married 1146

Children:

  1. Stephen III, King of Hungary, b. 1147, m. Agnes of Austria, 1166, d. 4 March 1172
  2. Béla III, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1148, m. Agnes (Anna) of Antioch, d. 23 April 1196
  3. Géza, Prince of Hungary, b. 1151, m. Princess Irene, d. ca. 1210
  4. Árpád of Hungary, died in infancy
  5. Elizabeth of Hungary, m. Frederick, Duke of Bohemia, 1157
  6. Odola of Hungary, m. Sviatopolk of Bohemia, 1164
  7. Helena of Hungary, b. ca. 1155, m. Leopold V, Duke of Austria, 1174, d. 25 December 1199

Béla II "the Blind", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1109, d. 13 February 1141

Father: Álmos, Duke of Hungary, Croatia, and Nyitra, b. ca. 1070 in Hungary, d. 1 September 1127 in Constantinople, Turkey
Mother: Predislava of Kiev, b. ca. 1090
Béla and his father Álmos were blinded by his uncle King Coloman after Álmos tried to remove his brother from the throne. The Illuminated Chronicle claimed Coloman ordered Béla to be castrated as well, but the man charged with the deed castrated a dog instead. Coloman's son Stephen arranged the marriage of Béla and Helena due to his own childlessness.
Spouse: Helena of Serbia, b. aft. 1109, d. aft. 1146
Father: Uroš I, Grand Prince of Serbia, b. bef. 1083
Mother: Anna Diogenissa, b. ca. 1074 in Constantinople, Turkey, d. 1145
Married

Children:

  1. Géza II, King of Hungary, b. 1130 in Tolna, Hungary, m. Euphrosyne of Kiev, 1146, d. 31 May 1162
  2. Ladislaus II, King of Hungary, b. 1131, m. Mary, d. 14 January 1163
  3. Stephen IV, King of Hungary, b. 1133, m. Maria Komnene, 1156, d. 11 April 1165 in Zimony, Serbia
  4. Álmos of Hungary, b. ca. 1134
  5. Sophia of Hungary, b. ca. 1135, a nun at Admont, Austria
  6. Elizabeth of Hungary, b. ca. 1128, m. Mieszko III "the Old" of Wielkopolska, d. 21 July bef. 1154

Álmos, Duke of Hungary, Croatia, and Nyitra, b. ca. 1070 in Hungary, d. 1 September 1127 in Constantinople, Turkey

Father: Géza I of Hungary, b. ca. 1040 in Poland, m. ? Synadene, ca. 1075, d. 25 April 1077
Mother: Sophia
Spouse: Predislava of Kiev, b. ca. 1090
Father: Svyatopolk II Mikhail, Grand Duke of Kiev, b. 1050 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 16 April 1113 in Vyshhorod, Kiev-Oblast, Ukraine, bur. in Golden-Roof Abbey, Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, He became Grand Duke of Kiev, 1093 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine
Mother: Barbara, Princess of the Byzantine Empire
Married 21 August 1104

Children:

  1. Adelaide of Hungary, b. 1105/7, m. Soběslav, Duke of Bohemia, d. 15 September 1140
  2. Béla II "the Blind", King of Hungary, b. ca. 1109, m. Helena of Serbia, d. 13 February 1141
  3. Hedwig (Sophia) of Hungary, b. 1107, m. Adalbert, Duke of Austria, d. 1138

Géza I of Hungary, b. ca. 1040 in Poland, m. Sophia, ca. 1067, m. ? Synadene, ca. 1075, d. 25 April 1077

Father: Béla I, King of Hungary, b. bef. 1020, d. 11 September 1063 at Kinizsa Creek, Hungary
Mother: Richeza Mieszkavna of Poland, b. ca. 1014
Géza had two to four other children but their names are not known.
Spouse: Sophia
Married ca. 1067

Children:

  1. Coloman "the Learned", King of Hungary, ca. 1070, m. Felicia of Sicily, 1097, m. Euphemia of Kiev, 1112, d. 3 February 1116
  2. Álmos, Duke of Hungary, Croatia, and Nyitra, b. ca. 1070 in Hungary, m. Predislava of Kiev, 21 August 1104, d. 1 September 1127 in Constantinople, Turkey

Béla I, King of Hungary, b. bef. 1020, d. 11 September 1063 at Kinizsa Creek, Hungary

Father: Vazul (Vászoly), b. bef. 997, d. 1031/2
Béla was known as "The Champion" and " The Wisent".
Spouse: Richeza Mieszkavna of Poland, b. ca. 1014
Father: Mieszko II, King of Poland, b. 990 in Poland, d. 1034 in Poland, He became King of Poland 1025 in Poland
Mother: Rycheza (Ryksa of the Rhine), b. ca. 997 in Lorraine, France, d. 21 March 1063
Married ca. 1033

Children:

  1. Géza I of Hungary, b. ca. 1040 in Poland, m. Sophia, ca. 1067, m. ? Synadene, ca. 1075, d. 25 April 1077
  2. Saint Ladislaus I of Hungary, ca. 1040, m. Unknown, m. Adelaide of Rheinfelden, d. 29 July 1095
  3. Lampert of Hungary, d. ca. 1096
  4. Sophia of Hungary, b. ca. 1050, m. Ulrich I, Margrave of Carniola, m. Magnus, Duke of Burgundy, d. 18 June 1095
  5. Euphemia of Hungary, m. Otto I, Duke of Olomouc
  6. Helena "the Fair" of Hungary, m. Demetrius Zvonimir, King of Croatia, 1063, d. ca. 1091
  7. Daughter of Hungary, m. Lampert of the Clan Hont-Pázmány
  8. Lanka of Hungary, m. Rostislav Vladimirovich of Tmutarakan

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