Person:Elisabeth of Hungary (3)

Princess Elisabeth _____, of Hungary
d.21 July bef. 1154
m. 28 Apr 1129
  1. Princess Elisabeth _____, of HungaryAbt 1128 - Bef 1154
  2. Géza II of Hungary _____, King of Hungary and Croatia1130 - 1162
  3. Ladislaus II of Hungary1131 - 1163
  4. Istvan IV _____, of HungaryAbt 1133 - 1165
  5. Prince Almos of Hungary1134 - 1141
  6. Princess Of Hungary Zsofia1136 - 1161
  7. Princess Of Hungary GertrudAbt 1140 - 1156
  1. Odon _____Abt 1144 - 1194
  2. Stephen of Greater PolandAbt 1150 - Bet 1166 & 1177
  3. Princess Judita PiastAbt 1152 - Aft 1201
  4. Elisabeth _____, of Greater Poland, Duchess of Bohemia1152 - 1209
  5. Wierzchoslawa Ludmiła Mieszkówna of Greater PolandBef 1153 - Bef 1223
Facts and Events
Name Princess Elisabeth _____, of Hungary
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1128 Esztergom, HungaryHouse of Arpad
Marriage to Mieszko III the Old _____
Death[1] 21 July bef. 1154
Reference Number? Q5363813?


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Elizabeth of Hungary (; – 21 July 1154), was a Hungarian princess member of the House of Árpád and by marriage Duchess of Greater Poland.

She was the eldest child of King Béla II of Hungary by his wife Helena, daughter of Duke Uroš I of Raška, Grand Župan of Serbia. This parentage is confirmed in several web sources who followed the message of chronicler Jan Długosz; however, modern historians led by Oswald Balzer refuted this theory on basis of chronological reasons: if Elizabeth's marriage date is correct, she must have been only between 8 and 9 years old, an age which seems extremely young for a bride, even by the standards of the Middle Ages. Balzer assumed that Elizabeth was a daughter of Prince Álmos, Duke of Croatia (father of King Béla II), a parentage which also is supported by further web sources. The disadvantage of this hypothesis are the message of medieval chronicles (for example, the Chronicon Polono-Silesiacum), who firmly established that Elizabeth was a daughter of the Hungarian King, a title Álmos never used because he was only a prince. Another theory was proposed by Kazimierz Jasiński: in his opinion, Elizabeth was a daughter of King Stephen II. Although sources indicated that because of his dissolute lifestyle, Stephen II didn't have any surviving children, according to Jasiński this messages are originated from a later period and don't deserve trust; also, it should be taken into account that frequently skipping for the chroniclers the birth of female offspring.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Elisabeth of Hungary (1128–1154), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.