Person:Géza I of Hungary (1)

     
Géza I _____, King of Hungary
d.25 Apr 1077 Hungary
m. bet abt 1039 and 1042
  1. Ladislaus I _____, King of HungaryAbt 1041 - 1095
  2. Géza I _____, King of Hungary1044 - 1077
  3. Lanka _____Abt 1044 - 1095
  4. Jelena Lijepa _____, of Hungary1050 - Abt 1091
  5. Lambert _____Aft 1050 - Abt 1095
  6. Sophia _____, of HungaryAft 1050 - 1095
  7. Ludmilla _____, of HungaryAbt 1051 - 1111
  8. Maria _____, of HungaryAbt 1054 -
  • HGéza I _____, King of Hungary1044 - 1077
  • WSophia von Looz - Abt 1065
m. Abt 1065
  • HGéza I _____, King of Hungary1044 - 1077
  1. Coloman _____, of HungaryAbt 1070 - 1116
  2. Prince Álmos of HungaryAbt 1075 - 1129
Facts and Events
Name Géza I _____, King of Hungary
Gender Male
Birth? 1044 Kraków, Kraków, PolandHouse of Arpad
Marriage Abt 1065 to Sophia von Looz
Alt Marriage Aft 1073 to Sophia von Looz
Other Marriage Ending Status Divorce
with Sophia von Looz
Other  Speculative Wife?: Synodrene Byzantium (2) 
with
Other  Speculative Wife?: Sophia Von Looz (1) 
with
Death? 25 Apr 1077 Hungary
Reference Number? Q82687?


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Géza I (; ; 104025 April 1077) was King of Hungary from 1074 until his death. He was the eldest son of King Béla I. His baptismal name was Magnus. With German assistance, Géza's cousin Solomon acquired the crown when his father died in 1063, forcing Géza to leave Hungary. Géza returned with Polish reinforcements and signed a treaty with Solomon in early 1064. In the treaty, Géza and his brother, Ladislaus acknowledged the rule of Solomon, who granted them their father's former duchy, which encompassed one-third of the Kingdom of Hungary.

Géza closely cooperated with Solomon, but their relationship became tense from 1071. The king invaded the duchy in February 1074 and defeated Géza in a battle. However, Géza was victorious at the decisive battle of Mogyoród on 14 March 1074. He soon acquired the throne, although Solomon maintained his rule in the regions of Moson and Pressburg (present-day Bratislava, Slovakia) for years. Géza initiated peace negotiations with his dethroned cousin in the last months of his life. Géza's sons were minors when he died and he was succeeded by his brother Ladislaus.

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References
  1.   Géza I of Hungary, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   GÉZA, son of BÉLA I King of Hungary & his wife [Ryksa] of Poland ([in Poland] [1044/45]-25 Apr 1077, bur Vac), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.