Béla IV ÁRPÁD, King of Hungary
Maria LASKARINA, Queen of Hungary
Khan of the Kumans
István V ÁRPÁD, King of Hungary
Princess Erzsébet of the Kumans
(1240-Aft 1290)
Maria ÁRPÁD, Queen of Hungary
(Abt 1258-1323)


Family Links

Charles II "le Boiteux" D' ANJOU, King of Naples

  • Charles Martel DI NAPOLI of Sicily
  • Marguerite D' ANJOU, Comtesse d' Anjou et du Maine+
  • Louis D' ANJOU, Bishop of Toulouse
  • Robert "le Bon" D' ANJOU, King of Sicily
  • Philip D' ANJOU, Principe di Taranto at Aix-en-Provence
  • Blanche D' ANJOU
  • Raymond Berenger D' ANJOU, Comte de Piémont
  • Eleonore DI NAPOLI
  • Marie D' ANJOU
  • Pierre D' ANJOU, Conte di Gravina
  • Jean D' ANJOU, Conte di Gravina
  • Béatrice D' ANJOU

Maria ÁRPÁD, Queen of Hungary

  • Born: Abt 1258, Buda, Pest, Hungary
  • Married: Between May 1270 and Jun 1270
  • Died: 25 Mar 1323

  Research Notes:

The Chronicon Dubnicense records that "rex Stephanus quintus filius Bele regis…[filiam] Maria" married "Karolo claudo fiilio Karoli magni". She claimed the throne of Hungary 21 Sep 1290, following the death of her brother King Laszlo IV. She was crowned Queen by a Papal legate in Naples 1291, but transferred her rights to her son Carlo Martelo. The Pope confirmed her sole rights in Hungary 30 Aug 1295.

The Annales Ludovici di Raimo record the death "Venerdi Santo...25 di Marzo" in 1324 of "la Regina Maria moglie del Re Carlo II, madre di Re Roberto". 1

  Marriage Information:

Maria married Charles II "le Boiteux" D' ANJOU, King of Naples, son of Cte Charles I Étienne D' ANJOU et du Maine, King of Naples, and Béatrice BÉRENGAR, Comtesse de Provence, between May 1270 and Jun 1270. (Charles II "le Boiteux" D' ANJOU was born between 1252 and 1254, died on 6 May 1309 in Poggio Reale Villa, Naples, Italy and was buried in Dominican Church, Naples, Italy.)


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Maria.

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