HUNGARY NOBILITY

  v3.1 Updated 26 August 2014

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

INTRODUCTION. 2

Chapter 1.                   HUNGARIAN COUNTS in GEOGRAPHICALLY IDENTIFIED COUNTIES. 4

A.         COUNTS of BÁCS.. 5

B.         COUNTS of BARANYA.. 8

C.        COUNTS of BIHAR.. 8

D.        COUNTS of BODROG.. 11

E.         COUNTS of BORSOD.. 16

F.         COUNTS of CSANÁD.. 17

G.        COUNTS of ESZTERGOM.. 18

H.        COUNTS of FÉHER.. 18

I.      COUNTS of GEVREN.. 19

J.         COUNTS of HONT. 19

K.         COUNTS of KEVE.. 20

L.         COUNTS of KOLOZS.. 20

M.        COUNTS of MOSON.. 21

N.        COUNTS of NYITRA.. 22

O.        COUNTS of NOVOGRAD.. 22

P.         COUNTS of POZSONY (BRATISLAVA) 24

Q.        COUNTS of SCEPUN.. 25

R.        COUNTS of SEMEGHIEN.. 25

S.         COUNTS of SIMTEI 27

T.         COUNTS of SOPRON.. 27

U.        COUNTS of SZOLNOK.. 29

V.         COUNTS of TEMES.. 31

W.       COUNTS of TOLNA.. 31

X.         PRINCES of TRANSYLVANIA (ERDÉLY) 31

Y.         COUNTS of TRENCSÉN.. 32

Z.         COUNTS of VARASD.. 32

AA.          COUNTS of VASVÁR.. 33

BB.          COUNTS of ÚJVÁR.. 34

CC.         COUNTS of ZALA.. 34

Chapter 2.                  HUNGARIAN COUNTS, COUNTIES NOT YET IDENTIFIED. 36

A.         11th CENTURY COUNTS.. 36

B.         12th CENTURY COUNTS.. 48

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

Hungarian charters from the 11th and 12th centuries name a surprisingly large number of Hungarian noblemen who bore the comital title, mainly as subscribers to the documents.  The documentation identifies 29 different counties by name (see Chapter 1), although it has not yet been possible to identify the places precisely nor ensure the accuracy of the translations of the Latin place names.  The information provided is insufficient to be able to reconstruct an unbroken succession list of counts in these counties, let alone any reliable family reconstruction.  It is probable that succession in these named counties was hereditary, although confirmation that this speculation is correct has not been found in the primary sources.  However, several cases have been identified where more than one person, presumably members of the same family although the information available is insufficient to prove this, held the same county around the same time.  In addition to the named counties, numerous examples have been identified of counts who are not linked to a named area (Chapter 2).  Some of the names of these unlinked counts suggest Byzantine, German, Italian and Russian origins. 

 

Very few family links have been identified between the Hungarian comital families who are shown in the present document and the Arpád dynasty of Hungarian kings.  It is supposed that this is a function of the lack of information in the sources, and that in fact inter-marriage was probably frequent.  No links at all have been found with any non-Hungarian noble families, but it is less likely that this group of nobles would have sought marriages outside of Hungary.  Little information about these early Hungarian counts can be found apart from their names, as the Hungarian chronicles relating to the first couple of centuries of rule by the Arpád dynasty rarely name any Hungarian leaders apart from members of the royal family.  We are left, therefore, with an unsatisfactory list of names of Hungarian noblemen with little supporting information. 

 

Nearly all the charters consulted are signed by the comes palatii and comes curialis, two Hungarian court officials who invariably occupy the first two places in the lists of subscribers.  It does not appear that the two positions were hereditary, as counts from many different named counties are recorded as holding the posts.  Nor does it appear that the appointments were for life, as many cases can be found of different individuals with the same title over the same period, although the information found in the documentation is insufficient to be certain whether the appointments were in parallel or in sequence. 

 

The legendary origin of the tribes of Hungarian nobility is recorded in the Gesta Hungarorum which states that "Hunni sive Hungari" divided into seven armies, each having 30,000 warriors and a single commander, and names "Arpad…" as the most powerful of the commanders and the first to enter Pannonia[1].  The Gesta names the other six commanders:

  • "Zobole [Szabolcs]", leader of the second army who settled "ubi…Chakwara" which "now stands in ruins", ancestor of "generatio Chak [Csák]"[2].  According to Europäische Stammtafeln[3], he was related to Álmos, although the precise relationship is not shown. 
  • "Iula", commander of the third army who settled "in partibus Erdevelu [Transylvania [Erdély]]"[4]
  • "Vrs [Örs]", leader of the fourth army who settled "circa flumen Soio [Sajó]"[5]
  • "Cund [Künd]", leader of the fifth army who settled "circa Nyr [Nyírség region]" and his sons "Cudis [Küsid] et Cupian [Kaplony]"[6]
  • "Lel [Lehel]", leader of the sixth army who first lived "circa Golgocha [Galgóc]" and later "in partibus Nitriĉ [Nitra]" after "Messianis [Moravians] et Boemis [Bohemians]" were eliminated, and was ancestor of "Zuard [Zovárd] oritur tribus"[7]
  • "Werbulchu dux [Vérbulcsu]", leader of the seventh army who settled "in Zala circa Lacum Boloton [Lake Balaton ]"[8]

The commentary in the edition of the Gesta which was consulted states that Gyula and Künd [Kende] were the titles of dignitaries rather than names[9]

 

The Gestis Hungarorum Liber gives a different version of the names and origin of these six other Magyar commanders[10]

  • "Eleud pater Zobolsu" [Elġd, father of Szabolcs], ancestor of "genus Saac" [Csák]. 
  • "Cunda pater Curzan". 
  • "Ound pater Ete", ancestors of "genus Calan et Colsoy". 
  • "Tosu pater Lelu". 
  • "Huba", ancestor of "genus Zemera". 
  • "Tuhutum pater Horca", whose sons were "Gyyla et Zombor" ancestors of "genus Moglout". 

While there are similarities between the two versions, the differences underline the semi-legendary nature of these descriptions of the early Magyars and the fruitlessness of attempting to reconcile them. 

 

Hungarian charters dated to the 11th and 12th centuries rarely specify whether the named noblemen were descended from these Magyar tribal ancestors.  For example, none of the "genus" referred to above is named in any of the documents which have been consulted during the preparation of the present document. 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    HUNGARIAN COUNTS in GEOGRAPHICALLY IDENTIFIED COUNTIES

 

 

 

A.      COUNTS of BÁCS

 

 

1.         QUELED (-after 1113).  Count of Bács.  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103[11].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Saul de Bychor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Simighiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113 under which "Domini Manassis episcopi Zagrabiensis" recorded the confirmation of the privileges of "Sancti Hypoliti"[12]

 

2.         PÁL (-after 1135).  Count of BácsComes palatii of István II King of Hungary.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[13].  A charter dated 1158 recalls that Kálmán King of Hungary had deprived "filiis Paulli, palatini comiti", relating to "monasterium Dexterĉ S. Stephani regis"[14]

 

3.         DÉNES (-after 1186).  Count of Bács.  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[15].  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[16].  "Fulcumarus comes" donated property and serfs to "ecclesie Beati Mauricii de Bel" by charter dated 1181, which names "Farkasio palatino comite, Dionysio Baciensi comite" in the dating clause[17]Comes palatii of Béla III King of Hungary.  The dating clause of a charter dated 1184, which refers to disputes relating to the property of "ecclesiĉ Sancti Aniani…in monte Tychon sita", names "Palatino comite Dionysio, curiali…comite Charena"[18].  "Thomĉ palatini comitis, Mok curialis comitis, Dyonisii Bacsiensis comitis, Esau Bihariensis comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1186 under which Béla III King of Hungary freed "capella, terra Vayka" from "archiepiscopus Strigoniensis"[19]

 

4.         MOK (-after 1199).  Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Thomĉ palatini comitis, Mok curialis comitis, Dyonisii Bacsiensis comitis, Esau Bihariensis comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1186 under which Béla III King of Hungary freed "capella, terra Vayka" from "archiepiscopus Strigoniensis"[20]Comes palatii of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Mogy palatino comite, Dominico curiali comite, Stephano Budrugensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1188 under which Béla III King of Hungary donated property to "archiepiscopi Strigoniensis"[21].  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Supruniensi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[22]Count of Bács.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[23].  "Mogh palatino comite, Petro filio Turoy curiali comite, Micha Bichoriensi comite, Dionysio noui Castri comite, Beneduc Nitriensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed his father´s donations to "ecclesiĉ Strigonensi"[24].  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[25].  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donation to "ecclesiĉ Sancti Spiritus, monasterii…Dyenus comitis…super fluvium Crisii iuxta Macra" by "filiis Onth comitis, Ioanni…et Iacobo et Onth quarto natu", taken by "filiis Beche, Luka…et Ioanne et…aliis consanguineus prĉnominati comitis", by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Mogh palatino et comite Bacsien., Mike comite Bichorien., Fulkaue comite Budrogiensi, Chepano comite Supruniensi"[26].  "Mag palatino et eodem comite Bacsiensi, Nicolao bano et eodem comite de Zala, Nika comite de Bichor, Fulcone comite de Budrug, Chefano comite de Suprun, Ampudino comite de Zanogh, Dionysio comite Wyvár" subscribed the charter dated 1199 under which Imre King of Hungary donated property to Zagreb church in reparation for damage caused during the war with his brother[27].  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donation to "ecclesiĉ Sancti Spiritus, monasterii…Dyenus comitis…super fluvium Crisii iuxta Macra" by "filiis Onth comitis, Ioanni…et Iacobo et Onth quarto natu", taken by "filiis Beche, Luka…et Ioanne et…aliis consanguineus prĉnominati comitis", by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Mogh palatino et comite Bacsien., Mike comite Bichorien., Fulkaue comite Budrogiensi, Chepano comite Supruniensi"[28]

 

5.         ÉZSAU (-after 1198).  Count of BácsComes palatii of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[29].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[30].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bacsiensi, Aegidio curiali comite reginĉ, Esau curial comite et eodem de Cenadiensi, Micha Bicoriensi, --- comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary granted "prĉdium Pauli, nomine Michál, Iobbagyonis castri Supproniensis" to "Vgrino Geuriensi episcopo"[31]

 

6.         BENEDEK (-after 1202).  Count of Bács.  "Mike palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Nicolao Vajvoda, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite de Budragh, Thoma comite de Suprun, Poth comite de Muson" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donations by his father to "ecclesiam Strigonensium"[32].  "Mika palatino et Bihorensi comite, Iula wajvoda, Achileo curiali comite et Keuiensi, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrigiensi, Petro Soproniensi, comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of Zagreb church[33].  "Myke palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Iula vajuoda, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrugiensi, Thoma Scepusiensi, et Both Musuniensi comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1202 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "ecclesiĉ Strigoniensi"[34].  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[35]

 

 

 

B.      COUNTS of BARANYA

 

 

1.         ISTVÁN (-after 1193).  Count of Baranya.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[36]

 

 

 

C.      COUNTS of BIHAR

 

 

1.         ISTVÁN (-after 1067).  Count of Bihar.  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, which recites donations including one by "filio filie mee Magne scilicet Heche…pristaldus…Stephani Byhoriensis comitis Yde" and is witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[37]

 

2.         BOCAN (-after 1135).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[38]Count of BiharComes curialis of István II King of Hungary.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[39]

 

3.         SAUL (-after 1118)Count of Bihar.  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[40].  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103[41].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Saul de Bychor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Simighiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113 under which "Domini Manassis episcopi Zagrabiensis" recorded the confirmation of the privileges of "Sancti Hypoliti"[42].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[43]m ZSÓFIA of Hungary, daughter of KÁLMÁN "Könyves/the Bookman" King of Hungary & his first wife --- of Sicily.  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the Chronica Ungarorum which records that "rex Stephanus" appointed as his heir "filium sororis sue…Saul"[44].  The primary source which confirms her name has not yet been identified.     Saul & his wife had two children: 

a)         SAUL (-after 1120).  The Chronica Ungarorum records that "rex Stephanus" appointed as his heir "filium sororis sue…Saul"[45]

b)         GYÖRGY (-after 1137).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[46]

 

4.         BOTH (-after 1193).  Count of Bihar.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[47].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[48]

 

5.         PÉTER (-after 1197).  Count of Bihar.  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[49].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[50]

 

6.         MICHA (-after 1202).  Count of Bihar.  "Mogh palatino comite, Petro filio Turoy curiali comite, Micha Bichoriensi comite, Dionysio noui Castri comite, Beneduc Nitriensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed his father´s donations to "ecclesiĉ Strigonensi"[51].  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[52].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bacsiensi, Aegidio curiali comite reginĉ, Esau curial comite et eodem de Cenadiensi, Micha Bicoriensi, --- comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary granted "prĉdium Pauli, nomine Michál, Iobbagyonis castri Supproniensis" to "Vgrino Geuriensi episcopo"[53].  "Mag palatino et eodem comite Bacsiensi, Nicolao bano et eodem comite de Zala, Nika comite de Bichor, Fulcone comite de Budrug, Chefano comite de Suprun, Ampudino comite de Zanogh, Dionysio comite Wyvár" subscribed the charter dated 1199 under which Imre King of Hungary donated property to Zagreb church in reparation for damage caused during the war with his brother[54].  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donation to "ecclesiĉ Sancti Spiritus, monasterii…Dyenus comitis…super fluvium Crisii iuxta Macra" by "filiis Onth comitis, Ioanni…et Iacobo et Onth quarto natu", taken by "filiis Beche, Luka…et Ioanne et…aliis consanguineus prĉnominati comitis", by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Mogh palatino et comite Bacsien., Mike comite Bichorien., Fulkaue comite Budrogiensi, Chepano comite Supruniensi"[55].  "Mike palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Nicolao Vajvoda, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite de Budragh, Thoma comite de Suprun, Poth comite de Muson" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donations by his father to "ecclesiam Strigonensium"[56].  "Mika palatino et Bihorensi comite, Iula wajvoda, Achileo curiali comite et Keuiensi, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrigiensi, Petro Soproniensi, comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of Zagreb church[57].  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[58].  "Myke palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Iula vajuoda, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrugiensi, Thoma Scepusiensi, et Both Musuniensi comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1202 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "ecclesiĉ Strigoniensi"[59]

 

 

 

D.      COUNTS of BODROG

 

 

1.         LAMBERT of the Hont-Pázmány family (-1132).  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[60].  A charter dated 1135 records that "Lampertus comes cum uxore sua Zophia et filio suo Nicolao" constructed "Bozouk…cœnobium" during the reign of King István II and the confirmation of its privileges by "Bela…Hungarie, Dalmatie, Crowacie, Rameque rex", and includes a record of properties donated to the monastery, including those which had been granted by King Kálmán to "Michaëli filio Zalardi", by the childless "Krazeg" to "adoptivo filio Lamperto comiti" during the reign of King László I, by "Almus dux" to "comiti Lamperto", by "rex Ladislaus" to "comiti Lamperto cum sorore sua" when "comes…curialis regis" was "Iula", by King István II to "comiti Lamperto" and afterwards donated by "nepotes eius…Lampertus et frater eius Ypolitus", and a donation by "comes Lamperti" for the soul of "filii sui Benyn"[61]m ([1077/95]) ZSÓFIA of Hungary, [illegitimate] daughter of BÉLA I King of Hungary & his [mistress ---] (-after 1116).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by the charter dated 1135 which records that "Lampertus comes cum uxore sua Zophia et filio suo Nicolao" constructed "Bozouk…cœnobium" during the reign of King István II and includes a record of properties donated to the monastery, including those which had been granted by "rex Ladislaus" to "comiti Lamperto cum sorore sua"[62].  It is assumed that she was illegitimate as King Béla is recorded as having another daughter named Zsófia (assuming that she was indeed his daughter, see the discussion above).  Lambert & his wife had one child: 

a)         BENYN (-[before 1132]).  A charter dated 1135 records that "Lampertus comes cum uxore sua Zophia et filio suo Nicolao" constructed "Bozouk…cœnobium" during the reign of King István II and the confirmation of its privileges by "Bela…Hungarie, Dalmatie, Crowacie, Rameque rex", and includes a record of properties donated to the monastery, including a donation by "comes Lamperti" for the soul of "filii sui Benyn"[63].  The wording of this document, especially the reference to the donation by "nepotes eius" (see below), suggests that Benyn predeceased his father and that the latter died without direct heirs. 

2.         [--- .  m ---.  Two children: 

a)         LAMBERT (-after 1135).  A charter dated 1135 records that "Lampertus comes cum uxore sua Zophia et filio suo Nicolao" constructed "Bozouk…cœnobium" during the reign of King István II and the confirmation of its privileges by "Bela…Hungarie, Dalmatie, Crowacie, Rameque rex", and includes a record of properties donated to the monastery, including a grant by King István II to "comiti Lamperto" and afterwards donated by "nepotes eius…Lampertus et frater eius Ypolitus"[64]same person as…?  LAMBERT (-after 1135).  Count of Bodrog.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[65]

b)         YPOLIT (-after 1135).  A charter dated 1135 records that "Lampertus comes cum uxore sua Zophia et filio suo Nicolao" constructed "Bozouk…cœnobium" during the reign of King István II and the confirmation of its privileges by "Bela…Hungarie, Dalmatie, Crowacie, Rameque rex", and includes a record of properties donated to the monastery, including a grant by King István II to "comiti Lamperto" and afterwards donated by "nepotes eius…Lampertus et frater eius Ypolitus"[66]

 

3.         ABA (-after 1158).  Count of Bodrog.  "Geisa secundus secundi Belĉ regis filius" confirmed the possessions of the church of Buda by charter dated 1148 in the presence of "Ioanus comitis, Appa comitis, Zaith [Zasit] comitis, Gabrielis dapiferi, Caiphĉ magistri pincernarum, Bogislai regiĉ camerĉ presidentis"[67].  An extract of privileges granted by Géza II King of Hungary by charter dated 1150 is witnessed by "Belus Banus, Heindricus curialis comes, Appa comes"[68].  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[69].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[70].  A charter dated 1157 confirmed the foundation by "Walferus…comes" of "abbatiam de Gyssing" [Német Újvár], the dating clause of which refers to "Belus Banus et comes palatinus, Appa comes, Heyndricus curialis comes regis"[71].  "Henricus curialis comes, Appa comes, Gabriel comes, Iulianus comes, Zachit comes" witnessed the charter dated 1157 under which Géza II King of Hungary conferred privileges on "ecclesiĉ S. Adalberti", the dating clause of which refers to "Belo palatino existente"[72]Comes curialis (major) of Géza II King of Hungary.  "Appa curiali comite maiori, Emerico vero minori" subscribed the charter dated 1158 under which Géza II King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "ecclesiĉ Nitriensi"[73]

 

4.         DÉNES (-after 1171).  Count of Bodrog.  Géza II King of Hungary confirmed the foundation by "Magnus Bikach de genere Bikach, supremus camerarius noster sive magister Tauernicorum nostrorum" of "Madocha…in comitatu Tolnensi…monasterio…Beati Nicolai Confessoris" [Körtveles-Madocsa] and the donation by "Dyonisium…comitem Bodrogien" by charter dated 1145, witnessed by "Belus palatinus comes, Rednaldus curialis comes, Dyonisius Budrogiens comes, Ioannes"[74].  "Stephanus…rex Hungarie, beate memorie Geyse regis filius" granted property to "hominem in Supruniensis castri…Forcos", in the presence of "Heidrico palatino comite, Gabriele curiale comite, Ampudino comite, Laurencio comite, Rubeno comite, F--- comite, Dionisio comite, Vidone Pristaldo", by charter dated 1162[75].  "Iobbagyones: Ambrosius banus, Laurentius comes, Lucas comes, Dionysius comes, episcopus Pristaldus, Ioannes comes filius Talmer" subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which István III King of Hungary granted "villam Luchman" to "nobiles Godefridus et Albertus" Teutonic knights who had left "terra natalis Patriĉ" during the reign of King Géza II[76]

 

5.         HENRIK (-after 1163).  Count of Bodrog.  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[77]

 

6.         DOMONKOS (-after 1197).  Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Mogy palatino comite, Dominico curiali comite, Stephano Budrugensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1188 under which Béla III King of Hungary donated property to "archiepiscopi Strigoniensis"[78]Count of Budrug.  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Supruniensi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[79].  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[80].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[81].  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[82].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[83]

 

7.         ISTVÁN (-after 1198).  Count of Bodrog.  "Mogy palatino comite, Dominico curiali comite, Stephano Budrugensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1188 under which Béla III King of Hungary donated property to "archiepiscopi Strigoniensis"[84]

 

8.         FULCO (-after 1199).  Count of Bodrog.  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donation to "ecclesiĉ Sancti Spiritus, monasterii…Dyenus comitis…super fluvium Crisii iuxta Macra" by "filiis Onth comitis, Ioanni…et Iacobo et Onth quarto natu", taken by "filiis Beche, Luka…et Ioanne et…aliis consanguineus prĉnominati comitis", by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Mogh palatino et comite Bacsien., Mike comite Bichorien., Fulkaue comite Budrogiensi, Chepano comite Supruniensi"[85]

 

9.         TIBURT (-after 1202).  Count of Bodrog.  "Mike palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Nicolao Vajvoda, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite de Budragh, Thoma comite de Suprun, Poth comite de Muson" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donations by his father to "ecclesiam Strigonensium"[86].  "Mika palatino et Bihorensi comite, Iula wajvoda, Achileo curiali comite et Keuiensi, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrigiensi, Petro Soproniensi, comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of Zagreb church[87].  "Myke palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Iula vajuoda, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrugiensi, Thoma Scepusiensi, et Both Musuniensi comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1202 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "ecclesiĉ Strigoniensi"[88].  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[89]

 

 

 

E.      COUNTS of BORSOD

 

 

1.         OTTO (-after 1075).  Count of Borsod.  "Stephanus…Hungariĉ, Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Gallitiĉ, Bulgariĉque…rex" confirmed the donation to "monasterii S. Benedicti de Gron" by "Geyzĉ regis avi nostri" by charter dated 1124, which names "Ottonem Borsuensem comitem" and quotes the original charter of King Géza dated 1075 which was witnessed by "Ladislao duce germano meo…Iula comite meo palatino"[90]

 

2.         JAKAB (-after Jul 1124).  Count of Borsod.  "Ioannes palat. comes, Appa comes, Thomas Albanensis comes, Iacobus Borsodiensis comes, Ugudi Wasuariensis comes, Slaviz comes Neogradensis" subscribed the charter dated 25 May 1108 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis, meis fidelibus civibus"[91].  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[92]

 

3.         PÉTER (-after 1164).  Count of Borsod.  An extract of privileges granted by Géza II King of Hungary by charter dated 1146 is witnessed by "Petrus comes magister Ladislai ducis, Paulus comes filius Nicolai, Gyura comes, Bacha Blastus [cubicularius] regis…"[93].  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[94].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[95].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1164, under which the bishop of Spalato donated property to "monasterii S. Thomĉ ad Belgradum in Dalmatia litterĉ", names "Stephani regis Hungariĉ, filii Geyzĉ regis et Ampudii eius bani", and names as present judges "Stephanus frater Bani cum Petrana comite"[96]

 

 

 

F.      COUNTS of CSANÁD

 

 

1.         ÉZSAU (-after 1197).  Count of Csanád.  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[97].  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[98].  "Thomĉ palatini comitis, Mok curialis comitis, Dyonisii Bacsiensis comitis, Esau Bihariensis comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1186 under which Béla III King of Hungary freed "capella, terra Vayka" from "archiepiscopus Strigoniensis"[99]Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[100].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[101].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[102]

 

 

 

G.      COUNTS of ESZTERGOM

 

 

1.         SIMON (-after 1156).  Count of Esztergom.  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[103].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[104]

 

2.         SCUBAN (-after 1183).  Count of Esztergom.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[105]

 

 

 

H.      COUNTS of FÉHER

 

 

1.         TAMÁS (-after 1113).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "…Thomas comes…"[106]Count of Féher.  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103[107].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Appa comes, Thomas Albanensis comes, Iacobus Borsodiensis comes, Ugudi Wasuariensis comes, Slaviz comes Neogradensis" subscribed the charter dated 25 May 1108 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis, meis fidelibus civibus"[108].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Saul de Bychor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Simighiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113 under which "Domini Manassis episcopi Zagrabiensis" recorded the confirmation of the privileges of "Sancti Hypoliti"[109]

 

2.         GALLUS (-after 1183).  Count of Féher.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[110]

 

3.         TIBORC (-after 1198).  Count of Féher.  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[111]

 

 

 

I.        COUNTS of GEVREN

 

 

1.         KOMÉL (-after 1183).  Count of Gevren.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[112]

 

 

 

J.      COUNTS of HONT

 

 

1.         GERMANUS (-after 1156).  Count of Hont.  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[113].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[114]

 

 

 

K.      COUNTS of KEVE

 

 

1.         ACHILEO (-after 1201).  Count of Keve.  "Mika palatino et Bihorensi comite, Iula wajvoda, Achileo curiali comite et Keuiensi, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrigiensi, Petro Soproniensi, comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of Zagreb church[115].  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[116]

 

 

 

L.      COUNTS of KOLOZS

 

 

1.         TAMÁS (-after 1192).  Comes palatii of István III King of Hungary.  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[117]Count of Kolozs.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[118]Comes palatii of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Thomĉ palatini comitis, Mok curialis comitis, Dyonisii Bacsiensis comitis, Esau Bihariensis comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1186 under which Béla III King of Hungary freed "capella, terra Vayka" from "archiepiscopus Strigoniensis"[119].  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Suprunieusi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[120]

 

 

 

M.     COUNTS of MOSON

 

 

1.         IUSA (-after 1135).  Count of Moson.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[121]

 

2.         BOTH (-after 1202).  Comte of Moson.  "Mike palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Nicolao Vajvoda, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite de Budragh, Thoma comite de Suprun, Poth comite de Muson" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donations by his father to "ecclesiam Strigonensium"[122].  "Myke palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Iula vajuoda, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrugiensi, Thoma Scepusiensi, et Both Musuniensi comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1202 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "ecclesiĉ Strigoniensi"[123]

 

 

 

N.      COUNTS of NYITRA

 

 

1.         CENTURION (-after 27 Dec 1130).  Count of Nyitra.  A charter dated 27 Dec 1130 records that "Korus filius Bod comitis parochialis Zaladiensis et Centurionis Nitriensis…et filiis ipsius Bethlem et Echa" were granted "terram Illuos…in comitatu Nitriensi"[124]m ---.  The name of Centurion´s wife is not known.  Centurion & his wife had two children: 

a)         BETHLEN .  A charter dated 27 Dec 1130 records that "Korus filius Bod comitis parochialis Zaladiensis et Centurionis Nitriensis…et filiis ipsius Bethlem et Echa" were granted "terram Illuos…in comitatu Nitriensi"[125]

b)         ECHA .  A charter dated 27 Dec 1130 records that "Korus filius Bod comitis parochialis Zaladiensis et Centurionis Nitriensis…et filiis ipsius Bethlem et Echa" were granted "terram Illuos…in comitatu Nitriensi"[126]

 

2.         LAMBERT (-after 1195).  Count of Nyitra.  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[127]

 

 

 

O.      COUNTS of NOVOGRAD

 

 

1.         SLAVIZ (-after 25 May 1108).  Count of Novograd.  "Ioannes palat. comes, Appa comes, Thomas Albanensis comes, Iacobus Borsodiensis comes, Ugudi Wasuariensis comes, Slaviz comes Neogradensis" subscribed the charter dated 25 May 1108 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis, meis fidelibus civibus"[128]

 

2.         GIRCH [Birs] (-after 1156).  Count of Novograd.  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[129].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[130]

 

3.         ANTON (-after 1183).  Count of Novgorod.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[131]

 

4.         DÉNES (-after 1198).  Count of Novograd.  "Mogh palatino comite, Petro filio Turoy curiali comite, Micha Bichoriensi comite, Dionysio noui Castri comite, Beneduc Nitriensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed his father´s donations to "ecclesiĉ Strigonensi"[132]

 

5.         ECH (-after 1201).  Count of Novgorod.  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[133]

 

 

 

P.      COUNTS of POZSONY (BRATISLAVA)

 

 

1.         LEUKA (-after 1135).  Count of Pozsony.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[134]

 

2.         EBERHARDCount of Pozsony.  "Eberhardus de Helespune comes Posoniensis" recorded a dispute mediated by "comes Farcasius, comes Jacobus et comes Georgius" in an undated charter, dated to the late 12th century[135]

 

3.         PÉTER (-after 1195).  Count of Pozsony.  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[136]

 

4.         JANOS (-after 1198).  Count of Pozsony.  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[137]

 

5.         HENRIK (-after 1200).  Count of Pozsony.  "Henricus palatinus comes Posoniensis" appointed arbitrators to hear a dispute between "capitulum Iaurinensis ecclesiĉ" and "Vduarnicos de villa Barathi" by charter dated 1200[138].  

 

 

 

Q.      COUNTS of SCEPUN

 

 

1.         TAMÁS (-after 1202).  Count of Scepun.  "Myke palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Iula vajuoda, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrugiensi, Thoma Scepusiensi, et Both Musuniensi comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1202 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "ecclesiĉ Strigoniensi"[139]

 

 

 

R.      COUNTS of SEMEGHIEN

 

 

1.         OTTO (-after 1061).  Count of Semeghien.  "Ottonis Sümeghiensis civitatis comitis" founded the monastery of St Jacob, Silisio by charter dated 1061[140].  

 

2.         GRAB (-after 1093).  Count of Semeghien.  The dating clause of a charter dated 1093, under which László I King of Hungary established the bishopric of Zagreb, refers to "pallatino comite Jula, Semegiensi comite Grab"[141].  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 records that "regem Ladislaum" reformed five churches, witnessed by "…comitibus Spiguen Grab, Gwth…"[142].  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 "Regnante…rege Ladislao…palatino comite Iula, Semegiensi comite Grab" records the foundation of the bishopric of Zagreb, and a later addition dated 26 Apr 1126 that "tertio…episcopatus sui anno Adilberth, frater Kaladini comitis, Semegiensis comes" confirmed donations witnessed by "…Eicidinus comes Desauniĉ, Geuril filius Andreĉ comitis, Laurentius filius Salemonis…"[143]

 

3.         GWTH (-after 1093).  Count of Semeghien.  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 records that "regem Ladislaum" reformed five churches, witnessed by "…comitibus Spiguen Grab, Gwth…"[144]same person as…?  GUZ (-after 1101).  Albert of Aix records that "comes regionis illius…Guz, unus de primatibus regis Ungariĉ" opposed the first crusaders led by Pierre l´Hermite during their passage through Hungary at "Malevillam" in 1096 in league with "duce Nichita…principe Bulgarorum et prĉside civitatis Belegravĉ"[145].  Albert of Aix records that "Willelmus comes et princeps Pictaviensium, de sanguine et origine Henrici tertii imperatoris Romanorum" crossed Hungary peacefully with "duce Bawariorum Welfone et…comitssa…Ida de marchia Osterrich", entered the territory of the Bulgars in which "duce Bulgarorum Guz" refused their passage into Adrianople, but that Guillaume captured "ducem Bulgarorum" who was forced to allow the pilgrims to continue, undated but in a passage adjacent to text which records events in 1101[146].  These passages are mutually contradictory whether "Guz" was Hungarian or Bulgarian.  If he was Hungarian, "Gwth" is the name which is most similar. 

 

4.         THEOBALD (-after 1113).  Count of Semeghien.  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[147].  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103[148].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[149].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Saul de Bychor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Simighiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113 under which "Domini Manassis episcopi Zagrabiensis" recorded the confirmation of the privileges of "Sancti Hypoliti"[150]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         KALADIN (-after 26 Apr 1126).  Count of Semeghien.  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 "Regnante…rege Ladislao…palatino comite Iula, Semegiensi comite Grab" records the foundation of the bishopric of Zagreb, and a later addition dated 26 Apr 1126 that "tertio…episcopatus sui anno Adilberth, frater Kaladini comitis, Semegiensis comes" confirmed donations witnessed by "…Eicidinus comes Desauniĉ, Geuril filius Andreĉ comitis, Laurentius filius Salemonis…"[151]

2.         ADALBERT .  Bishop of Zagreb 1123.  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 "Regnante…rege Ladislao…palatino comite Iula, Semegiensi comite Grab" records the foundation of the bishopric of Zagreb, and a later addition dated 26 Apr 1126 that "tertio…episcopatus sui anno Adilberth, frater Kaladini comitis, Semegiensis comes" confirmed donations witnessed by "…Eicidinus comes Desauniĉ, Geuril filius Andreĉ comitis, Laurentius filius Salemonis…"[152]

 

 

 

S.      COUNTS of SIMTEI

 

 

1.         ZEMERE (-after 1183).  Count of Simtei.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[153]

 

 

 

T.      COUNTS of SOPRON

 

 

1.         BESEm ---.  The name of Bese´s wife is not known.  Bese & his wife had one child: 

a)         LĠRINC (-after 1074).  Count of Sopron.  A charter dated 1212 and 1357, which recites various privileges, records that Géza I King of Hungary (1074/77) granted "comitatui Castri-ferrei et Supruniensi" to "Laurencius comes"[154].  A charter dated 1086 records the confirmation by "pie memorie abbas Beliensis…Joseph" of privileges and possessions of "monasterium Sancti Mauricii", including donations by "Laurentius comes filius Bese comitis…"[155]

 

2.         HEIDRIC (-after 1135).  Count of Sopron.  "Paullo palatino et comite Baaaciensi, Boucan comite curiale et Bihoriensi, Lamberto comite Budrugiensi, Heidrico comite Soproniensi, Iousa comite Musuniensi et magistro Tauernicorum, Leuca comite Posoniensi et magistro dapiferorum" subscribed the charter dated 1135 which recalls a foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[156]

 

3.         ENDRE (-after 1195).  Count of Sopron.  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Suprunieusi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[157].  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[158].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[159].  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[160]

 

4.         DÉNES (-after 1197).  Count of Sopron.  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[161]

 

5.         CHEPAN (-after 1199).  Count of Sopron.  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donation to "ecclesiĉ Sancti Spiritus, monasterii…Dyenus comitis…super fluvium Crisii iuxta Macra" by "filiis Onth comitis, Ioanni…et Iacobo et Onth quarto natu", taken by "filiis Beche, Luka…et Ioanne et…aliis consanguineus prĉnominati comitis", by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Mogh palatino et comite Bacsien., Mike comite Bichorien., Fulkaue comite Budrogiensi, Chepano comite Supruniensi"[162]

 

6.         TAMÁS (-after 1201).  Count of Sopron.  "Mike palatino et Bichoriensi comite, Nicolao Vajvoda, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite de Budragh, Thoma comite de Suprun, Poth comite de Muson" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the donations by his father to "ecclesiam Strigonensium"[163]

 

7.         PÉTER (-after 1201).  Count of Sopron.  "Mika palatino et Bihorensi comite, Iula wajvoda, Achileo curiali comite et Keuiensi, Benedicto Bachiensi, Tiburtio Budrigiensi, Petro Soproniensi, comitibus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of Zagreb church[164].  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[165]

 

 

 

U.      COUNTS of SZOLNOK

 

 

1.         MAKARIO (-after 1198).  Count of Szolnok.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[166].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[167].  "Andreas, tertii Belĉ regis filius…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Culmĉque dux" appointed "Pharensi episcopum" by charter dated 1198, witnessed by "Andrea Bano, comite Macharia, comite Ioseph, comite Marco, comite Andronico filio Bani camerario ducis Wenceslao…"[168]

 

2.         HERMON (-after 1197).  Count of Szolnok.  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[169].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bachiensi, Esau curiali comite et eodem Senadiensi, Dionysio comite de Suprun, Petro comite de Bichor, Hermone comite de Zounuk" subscribed the charter dated 1197 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "quemdam iobbagyonem de castro Posony…Zerzowoy filium Sbima"[170]

 

3.         PÉTER (-after 1198).  Count of Szolnok.  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[171]

 

4.         AMPUDIN (-after 1199).  Count of Szolnok.  "Mag palatino et eodem comite Bacsiensi, Nicolao bano et eodem comite de Zala, Nika comite de Bichor, Fulcone comite de Budrug, Chefano comite de Suprun, Ampudino comite de Zanogh, Dionysio comite Wyvár" subscribed the charter dated 1199 under which Imre King of Hungary donated property to Zagreb church in reparation for damage caused during the war with his brother[172]

 

5.         MARIANO (-1201).  Count of Szolnok.  "Mike palatino et Bihoriensi comite, Iula vaiuoda, Achilleo curiali et Keueiensi comite, Benedicto Bachiensi comite, Tiburtio comite Bodrogiensi, Petro comite Soproniensi, Ech comite noui Castri, Marano comite de Zonuk, Pazmany de Kulus" subscribed the charter dated 1201 under which Imre King of Hungary granted privileges to "hospites de Potok, apud ecclesiam S. Nicolai"[173]

 

 

 

V.      COUNTS of TEMES

 

 

1.         PANCRAZ (-after 1183).  Count of Temes.  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[174]

 

 

 

W.     COUNTS of TOLNA

 

 

1.         POZNAN (-after 1193).  Count of Tolna.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[175]

 

 

 

X.      PRINCES of TRANSYLVANIA (ERDÉLY)

 

 

1.         MERCUR (-after 1113).  Prince of Transylvania.  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103[176].  "Ioannes palat. comes, Saul de Bychor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Simighiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113 under which "Domini Manassis episcopi Zagrabiensis" recorded the confirmation of the privileges of "Sancti Hypoliti"[177]

 

 

 

Y.      COUNTS of TRENCSÉN

 

 

1.         MIHALY (-after 1195).  Count of Trencsén.  "Dominicus Banus" donated property to "in honore…Virginis Mariĉ…monasterii", with the consent of "uxore mea et filio meo", by charter dated 1194, confirmed by Béla III King of Hungary by charter dated 1195, witnessed by "Dominico Bano, Esau curiali comite, Andrea comite de Sopron, Michaele comite de Trinchen, Lamberto comite Nittriensi, Petro comite de Poson"[178]

 

 

 

Z.      COUNTS of VARASD

 

 

1.         ISTVÁN (-after 1193).  Count of Varasd.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[179]

 

 

 

AA.   COUNTS of VASVÁR

 

 

1.         UGUDI (-after 25 May 1108).  Count of Woswar.  "Ioannes palat. comes, Appa comes, Thomas Albanensis comes, Iacobus Borsodiensis comes, Ugudi Wasuariensis comes, Slaviz comes Neogradensis" subscribed the charter dated 25 May 1108 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis, meis fidelibus civibus"[180]

 

2.         FULCO (-after 1193).  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[181].  "Ompodinus comes palatinus atque banus, Fulcus, Gurg, Smaragdus, Tupko" subscribed the charter dated 1167 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed peace with "Sebenicensibus, meis fidelibus civibus"[182].  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[183]Count of Woswar.  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[184].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[185]

 

 

 

BB.   COUNTS of ÚJVÁR

 

 

1.         DÉNES (-after 1199).  Count of Újvár.  "Mohc palatino comite et eodem Baacsiensi, Petro curiali comite et eodem de Zaunuk, Micha comite de Bichor, Dionysio comite de Wywar, Iohanne comite de Poson, Tiburcio comite de Alba" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of the Knights Templar[186].  "Mag palatino et eodem comite Bacsiensi, Nicolao bano et eodem comite de Zala, Nika comite de Bichor, Fulcone comite de Budrug, Chefano comite de Suprun, Ampudino comite de Zanogh, Dionysio comite Wyvár" subscribed the charter dated 1199 under which Imre King of Hungary donated property to Zagreb church in reparation for damage caused during the war with his brother[187]

 

 

 

CC.   COUNTS of ZALA

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         MÁRTON (-after 1060).  Count of Zala.  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[188]

2.         MICUSA (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[189]

 

3.         SUG (-after 1082).  Count of Bukon.  "Ladislaus…Hungarorum Rex Belĉ regis filius" confirmed the foundation of the church of Besprem, "cum Sug comite de Bukon (huius filius fuerit Bodus Salamonis in carcere socius)", by charter dated 1082[190].  m ---.  The name of Sug´s wife is not known.  Sug & his wife had one child: 

a)         BOD (-after 27 Dec 1130).  "Ladislaus…Hungarorum Rex Belĉ regis filius" confirmed the foundation of the church of Besprem, "cum Sug comite de Bukon (huius filius fuerit Bodus Salamonis in carcere socius)", by charter dated 1082[191]Count of Zala.  A charter dated 27 Dec 1130 records that "Korus filius Bod comitis parochialis Zaladiensis et Centurionis Nitriensis…et filiis ipsius Bethlem et Echa" were granted "terram Illuos…in comitatu Nitriensi"[192]m ---.  The name of Bod´s wife is not known.  Bod & his wife had one child: 

i)          KORUS .  A charter dated 27 Dec 1130 records that "Korus filius Bod comitis parochialis Zaladiensis et Centurionis Nitriensis…et filiis ipsius Bethlem et Echa" were granted "terram Illuos…in comitatu Nitriensi"[193]

 

4.         EGYED (-after 1198).  Count of Zala.  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Suprunieusi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[194].  Béla III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of the Knights Hospitallers at "ecclesia Beati Stephani de Alba", including donations by "comite Egidio…Ioanne filio comitis Andreĉ…Ceche comitis…Martino comite filio Myrtur…comitis Thome filio…Mouc filio comitis Stephani…Iohanne filio comitis Turde…filio Farcasii…Thoma comite et cum fratre suo Grisogono", by charter dated 1193 witnessed by "Mogh palatino comite et eodem Baachiensi, Dominico curiali comite et eodem Bodrogiensi, Andrea comite de Supron, Both comite de Bihor, Macario comite de Zounuch, Stephano comite de Vorost, Egidio comite de Zala, Fulcone comite de Woswar, Stephano comite de Baranya, Poznan comite de Talene [Tolna]"[195].  Béla III King of Hungary granted "totam terram pertinentem ad comitatum Modrus" to "comitis Bartholomĉi de Veglia" by charter dated 1193, witnessed by "Dominico curiali comite et eodem de Budrugensi, Andres comite de Suprum, Both comite de Bohar, Egidio comite de Sala, Fulcone comite de Vosvar, --- comite Sanegg [Macario comite de Zaunuch]"[196].  Imre King of Hungary confirmed donations to "monasterio S. Gothardi", including donations made by "Laurentio…comite…comes Dionysius…Hencho comes…Aegidius tunc temporis comes ferrei Castri", by charter dated 1198[197].  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bacsiensi, Aegidio curiali comite reginĉ, Esau curial comite et eodem de Cenadiensi, Micha Bicoriensi, --- comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary granted "prĉdium Pauli, nomine Michál, Iobbagyonis castri Supproniensis" to "Vgrino Geuriensi episcopo"[198]

 

5.         MIKLOS (-after 1199).  Count of Zala.  "Mag palatino et eodem comite Bacsiensi, Nicolao bano et eodem comite de Zala, Nika comite de Bichor, Fulcone comite de Budrug, Chefano comite de Suprun, Ampudino comite de Zanogh, Dionysio comite Wyvár" subscribed the charter dated 1199 under which Imre King of Hungary donated property to Zagreb church in reparation for damage caused during the war with his brother[199]

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    HUNGARIAN COUNTS, COUNTIES NOT YET IDENTIFIED

 

 

 

A.      11th CENTURY COUNTS

 

 

1.         SHABA [leader of the Kabars] (-after 1001)Comes palatii [Palatine][200] of King István in 1001.  m --- of Hungary, daughter of GÉZA Prince of Hungary & his second wife Adelayda of Poland ([987]-).  Her parentage is established by the Gesta Hungarorum which names "comitem…Aba, sororium sancti regis Stephani" when recording that he was installed as king after the first deposition of King Péter[201].  Chronology suggests that she was the daughter of Prince Géza's second marriage but the primary source which confirms this has not so far been identified.  Shaba & his wife had one known child:

a)         ABA (-murdered Feldebrö [Jul/Aug] 1044, bur Sáros Abbey).  His ancestry is indicated by the Gestis Hungarorum Liber which records that "dux Arpad" gave large territories to "Edunec et Edumernec" in "silva Matra", where "Pota nepos eorum" later built a castle, and that "rex Samuel…qui pro sua pietate Oba vocabatur" was descended from him[202].  He was baptised SÁMUEL.  He succeeded in 1041 as SÁMUEL King of Hungary, after deposing his first cousin King Péter.  The Chronicon Posoniense records that "Petrus rex" was expelled in 1041 and replaced by "Abba"[203].  The Annalium Hildesheimensium records that King Péter was expelled and fled to Heinrich III King of Germany, while the Hungarians chose "Ovonem" as king[204].  The Gesta Hungarorum names "comitem…Aba, sororium sancti regis Stephani" when recording that he was installed as king after the first deposition of King Péter[205].  A violent man, he was, like his predecessor, faced with internal opposition.  In 1044, troops from Emperor Heinrich III invaded Hungary and defeated King Sámuel at Ménfö near Györ 5 Jul 1044.  The Chronicon Posoniense records that "Abba rex" was killed in 1044 and that "Petrus rex" was restored[206].  The Gesta Hungarorum records that ex-king Péter "cum Henrico cĉsare" marched against King Aba in the third year of his reign, the latter counter-attacking against Austria and Carinthia[207].  The Gesta records that the Germans invaded Hungary and defeated King Aba at Ménfő, after which the king fled towards the river Tisza and was strangled "in an old storeroom"[208].  The Chronicon of Bernold records that "Ovonem cum uxore et filiis" were executed by King Péter in 1044[209].  The Aba family in Hungary descended from King Sámuel[210]m ---.  The name of King Sámuel Aba's wife is not known. 

2.         --- .  m ---.  One child: 

a)         ABAm ---.  The name of Aba´s wife is not known.  Aba & his wife had one child: 

i)          SERENA .  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Ludouicus…filius fuit Estoras et Serenĉ de genere Aba, Ducis Aba filiĉ, patruelis regis quondam Hungariĉ Aba", and that "Estoras…pater Ludouici" was converted "cum coniuge sua Serena" adopting the names "Pauli…Christinĉ"[211]m ESTORAS, son of EURSI & his wife Ida ---. 

 

 

1.         EURSI .  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Eursus Dux fuit filius Ducis Essed, qui fuit Eudmedzur, qui Ernaci ducis, fratris Vegeci, qui Edi, qui Chabĉ regis, qui magni…Atilĉ, qui Bendeguz Scythiĉ imperatoris, qui Turdĉ, qui Stemene, qui tandem magni Scytharum imperatoris Opos filius fuit" (adding that the last named lived at the time of Christ)[212]m IDA, daughter of ---.  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "primus Estoras Pauli fuit magni Eursi, ducis Hunnorum et Idĉ Dacorum regis filiĉ proles" and died aged 70[213].  Eursi & his wife had one child: 

a)         ESTORAS .  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "primus Estoras Pauli fuit magni Eursi, ducis Hunnorum et Idĉ Dacorum regis filiĉ proles" and died aged 70, and that "Estoras…pater Ludouici" was converted "cum coniuge sua Serena" adopting the names "Pauli…Christinĉ"[214]m SERENA, daughter of ABA & his wife ---.  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Ludouicus…filius fuit Estoras et Serenĉ de genere Aba, Ducis Aba filiĉ, patruelis regis quondam Hungariĉ Aba", and that "Estoras…pater Ludouici" was converted "cum coniuge sua Serena" adopting the names "Pauli…Christinĉ"[215].  Estoras & his wife had one child: 

i)          LAJOS (-killed 1070).  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Michaëlis et Alberti Archiepiscopi…pater fuit Ludouicus Estoras, mater…Lucretia Iula, Iulĉ Ducis filia" and that Lajos was "primum Agazonum Belĉ Regis Hungariĉ Magister", later created "Dux belli…sub Salamone patruo nostro" and was killed in 1070[216]m LUKRÉCIA, daughter of GYULA & his wife ---.  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Michaëlis et Alberti Archiepiscopi…pater fuit Ludouicus Estoras, mater…Lucretia Iula, Iulĉ Ducis filia"[217].  Lajos & his wife had two children: 

(a)       MIHALY .  "Ladislaus…Hungariĉ…Rex" confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras", in the presence of "cognatus noster Michaël, Prĉtorianĉ nostrĉ militiĉ Dux, Albertus Estoras Archiepiscopus Colocensis et episcopatus Chanadiensis administrator, fratres", by charter dated 1095, which recites their alleged ancestry as shown above[218]

(b)       ADALBERT .  Archbishop.  "Ladislaus…Hungariĉ…Rex" confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras", in the presence of "cognatus noster Michaël, Prĉtorianĉ nostrĉ militiĉ Dux, Albertus Estoras Archiepiscopus Colocensis et episcopatus Chanadiensis administrator, fratres", by charter dated 1095, which recites their alleged ancestry as shown above[219]

 

 

1.         DOMOSZLÓ (-after 1015).  A charter dated 1158 records that Géza II King of Hungary confirmed privileges of "ecclesiĉ S. Benedicti" granted by "Sanctisimi Stephani regis…ducis Damoslai…Ladislai regis…secundi Belĉ regis, Almi ducis filii", and quotes a charter dated 1015 by which "dux…Damaslaus" donated property[220]

 

 

Two brothers: 

1.         OBONEGComes curialis of István I King of Hungary.  A charter dated 1135 recalls an earlier foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[221]

2.         CUJAR .  A charter dated 1135 recalls an earlier foundation for the souls of "Oboncus comitis et fratris eius Kuiar qui fuit curialis comes Sancti Regis Stephani"[222]

 

 

1.         ALBERT (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[223]

 

2.         AMAND (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[224]

 

3.         MERCUR (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[225]

 

4.         APRAD (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[226]

 

5.         ROTHARD (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[227]

 

6.         JANOS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[228]

 

7.         FRANZELO (-after 1092).  Comes curialis of Béla I King of Hungary.  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[229].  "Fonsol…palatinus comes…" subscribed the charter dated 1092 under which László I King of Hungary donated property to "Beato Mauricio"[230]

 

8.         MÁTYÁS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[231]

 

9.         ACUS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[232]

 

10.      DOMONKOS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[233]

 

11.      PHILIPP (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[234]

 

12.      DÉNES (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[235]

 

13.      MISKA (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[236]

 

14.      MIKLOS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[237]m ---.  The name of Miklos´s wife is not known.  Miklos & his wife had one child: 

a)         SIMEON .  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[238]

 

15.      ANPRUD (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[239]

 

16.      GYÖRGY (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[240]

 

17.      ALBERT (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[241]

 

18.      BELOS (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[242]

 

19.      ZAK (-after 1060).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[243]

 

20.      PÉTER (-after 1094).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, which recites donations including one by "filio filie mee Magne scilicet Heche…pristaldus…Stephani Byhoriensis comitis Yde" and is witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[244]Comes palatinus of Lászlo I King of Hungary.  "Ladislauo…Rex" founded the church of St Egidius, Sumich by charter dated 1091 witnessed by "Dux Lambertus frater eius, Dux David consobrinus, Gerazclauus filius regis Rutenorum gener ipsius…Comes Palatinus Petrus et comes Acha…"[245].  "Dauid…Dux" donated property to the monastery of St Anian, Tihany, with the consent of "Ladislao…rege", by charter dated 1094 witnessed by "…Gula comes Palatinus, Petrus comes…"[246]m ---.  The name of Peter´s wife is not known.  Peter & his wife had one child: 

a)         MAGNA (-after 1067).  m ---.  Magna & her husband had one child: 

i)          HECHE (-after 1091).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, which recites donations including one by "filio filie mee Magne scilicet Heche…"[247].  "Ladislauo…Rex" founded the church of St Egidius, Sumich by charter dated 1091 witnessed by "Dux Lambertus frater eius, Dux David consobrinus, Gerazclauus filius regis Rutenorum gener ipsius…Comes Palatinus Petrus et comes Acha…"[248]

 

21.      RODOWAN (-after 1067).  Comes palatii of András I King of Hungary.  "Rado palatinus licentia…regis Andree eiusque fratris Adalberti…Ducis" confirmed donations to the abbey of St Demeter "in manu uxoris mee Luciĉ", naming "Orfanis cognatis meis", by charter dated 4 Jun 1057[249]Comes palatii of Salomon King of Hungary.  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[250]m LUCIA, daughter of --- (-after 4 Jun 1057).  "Rado palatinus licentia…regis Andree eiusque fratris Adalberti…Ducis" confirmed donations to the abbey of St Demeter "in manu uxoris mee Luciĉ", naming "Orfanis cognatis meis", by charter dated 4 Jun 1057[251]

 

22.      ERNEY (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[252]

 

23.      WYDUS (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[253]

 

24.      MARKUCH (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[254]

 

25.      ILYA (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[255]

 

26.      PETHE (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[256]

 

27.      HETEY (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[257]

 

28.      MÁRTON (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[258]

 

29.      WEFA (-after 1067).  "Petrus comes" founded "monasterium Sancte Marie…Zasty" by charter dated 1067, witnessed by "palatinus comes Rodowan, comes Erney, comes Wydus, comes Markuch, comes Ilya, comes Pethe, comes Hetey, comes Martinus, comes Wefa"[259]

 

30.      GYULA (-after 1094).  Comes palatii of Géza I King of Hungary.  "Magnus qui et Geysa supremus Hungarorium Dux postea…rex consecratus, Belĉ regis filius" founded the monastery of St Benedict, Gron, in the presence of "Ladislao Duce germano meo…Iula Comite Palatino", by charter dated 1075[260]Comes palatii of László I King of Hungary.  "Stephanus…Hungariĉ, Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Gallitiĉ, Bulgariĉque…rex" confirmed the donation to "monasterii S. Benedicti de Gron" by "Geyzĉ regis avi nostri" by charter dated 1124, which names "Ottonem Borsuensem comitem" and quotes the original charter of King Géza dated 1075 which was witnessed by "Ladislao duce germano meo…Iula comite meo palatino"[261].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1093, under which László I King of Hungary established the bishopric of Zagreb, refers to "pallatino comite Jula, Semegiensi comite Grab"[262].  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 "Regnante…rege Ladislao…palatino comite Iula, Semegiensi comite Grab" records the foundation of the bishopric of Zagreb[263].  "Dauid…Dux" donated property to the monastery of St Anian, Tihany, with the consent of "Ladislao…rege", by charter dated 1094 witnessed by "…Gula comes Palatinus, Petrus comes…"[264]m ---.  The name of Iula´s wife is not known.  Iula & his wife had one child: 

a)         LUKRÉCIA .  The (presumably spurious) charter of Lászlo I King of Hungary, dated 1095, which confirmed the privileges of "familiĉ Estoras" recites that "Michaëlis et Alberti Archiepiscopi…pater fuit Ludouicus Estoras, mater…Lucretia Iula, Iulĉ Ducis filia"[265]m LAJOS, son of ESTORAS & his wife Ida --- (-killed 1070). 

 

31.      CUPON (-after 1086).  "Cupon comes monasterii Batii, cuius filius Paulus iudex regis, comes Mon---, Utih comes…" subscribed the charter dated 1086 which records the confirmation by "pie memorie abbas Beliensis…Joseph" of privileges and possessions of "monasterium Sancti Mauricii"[266]m ---.  The name of Cupon´s wife is not known.  Cupon & his wife had one child: 

a)         PAL (-after 1086).  "Cupon comes monasterii Batii, cuius filius Paulus iudex regis…" subscribed the charter dated 1086 which records the confirmation by "pie memorie abbas Beliensis…Joseph" of privileges and possessions of "monasterium Sancti Mauricii"[267]

 

32.      MON--- (-after 1086).  "Cupon comes monasterii Batii…comes Mon---, Utih comes…" subscribed the charter dated 1086 which records the confirmation by "pie memorie abbas Beliensis…Joseph" of privileges and possessions of "monasterium Sancti Mauricii"[268]

 

33.      UTIH (-after 1086).  "Cupon comes monasterii Batii…comes Mon---, Utih comes…" subscribed the charter dated 1086 which records the confirmation by "pie memorie abbas Beliensis…Joseph" of privileges and possessions of "monasterium Sancti Mauricii"[269]

 

 

 

B.      12th CENTURY COUNTS

 

 

1.         IZSÁK (-after 1102).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[270]

 

2.         AMEC (-after 1102).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[271]

 

3.         ENDRE (-after 1102).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[272]m ---.  The name of Endre´s wife is not known.  Endre & his wife had one child: 

a)         GEURIL (-after 26 Apr 1126).  A charter dated 17 Apr 1093 "Regnante…rege Ladislao…palatino comite Iula, Semegiensi comite Grab" records the foundation of the bishopric of Zagreb, and a later addition dated 26 Apr 1126 that "tertio…episcopatus sui anno Adilberth, frater Kaladini comitis, Semegiensis comes" confirmed donations witnessed by "…Eicidinus comes Desauniĉ, Geuril filius Andreĉ comitis, Laurentius filius Salemonis…"[273]

 

4.         KOZMA (-after 1102).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[274]

 

5.         DÉNES (-after 1102).  A charter dated 1102 records that "Colomannus…Rex Ungariĉ, Croatiĉ atque Dalmatiĉ…postquam coronatus fui Belgradi super mare" donated property to "Monasterio S. Mariĉ Monialium…in Iadera", signed by "Isaac comes, Amec comes, Thomas comes, Andreas comes, Cosmas comes, Bocan comes, Dyonisius comes"[275]

 

6.         JÁNOS (-after 1118).  Comes palatii of Kálmán King of Hungary.  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[276].  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103, under which "Godofredus Zuburiensis ecclesiĉ abbas" recorded the confirmation of the abbey´s possessions by "Colomannum regem…curialem comitis Moysi aliumque Bathona nomine"[277].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[278]

 

7.         MÓZES (-after 1103).  Comes curialis of Kálmán King of Hungary.  "Ioannes palatinus comes, Saul de Bihor, Queled de Bache, Thomas Albensis, Theobaldus Semeghiensis, Mercurius princeps Ultrasilvanus" subscribed the charter dated 1113, redated to 1103, under which "Godofredus Zuburiensis ecclesiĉ abbas" recorded the confirmation of the abbey´s possessions by "Colomannum regem…curialem comitis Moysi aliumque Bathona nomine"[279]

 

8.         RODOANm ---.  The name of Rodoan´s wife is not known.  Rodoan & his wife had one child: 

a)         WENG (-after 1137).  A charted dated 1137 records the earlier foundation (dated to [1060/63]) of "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi" by "Martinus comes", in the presence of "germano suo Micusa comite et Alpreto comite, etiam Amando adoptivo filio suo, Mercurio, Aprado, Rothardo, Iohanne", the confirmation by King Béla I in the presence of "curiali comite Franzello, Matthĉo comite, Acus, Dominico, Philippo Teutonico, Dionysio, Misca, Nicolao, Anprud, Georgio Calĉnsi", the later confirmation by King Géza I in the presence of "Belos duce…Iuliano comite et Rolando", and donations by "Zak comes…Symeone filio Nicolau comitis…Georgius comes filius Saul, pristaudus Weng filius Rodoan…"[280]

 

9.         ABA (-after 25 May 1108).  "Ioannes palat. comes, Appa comes, Thomas Albanensis comes, Iacobus Borsodiensis comes, Ugudi Wasuariensis comes, Slaviz comes Neogradensis" subscribed the charter dated 25 May 1108 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis, meis fidelibus civibus"[281]

 

10.      CLEDIN (-after Jul 1124).  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[282].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[283].  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[284]

 

11.      MÁRK (-after Jul 1124).  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[285].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[286].  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[287]

 

12.      SAUNIC (-after 1118).  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[288].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[289]

 

13.      UGAREN (-after 1118).  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[290].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[291]

 

14.      JANDIN (-after 1118).  "Joannes palatinus, Cledinus, Marcus, Saulus, Saunicus, Vguranus, Theobaldus, Jandinus…" subscribed the charter dated 1102 under which King Kálmán confirmed the privileges of the church of Dalmatia[292].  "Ioannis palatinus comes, Claodini, Marci, Sauli, Saunici, Ugareni, Theobaldi, Iandini" subscribed the charter dated 1118 under which "Colomannus rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie" confirmed the privileges of "Arbensi ecclesiĉ"[293]

 

15.      BUZCO (-after Jul 1124).  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[294]

 

16.      MIKLOS (-after Jul 1124).  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[295]m ---.  The name of Miklos´s wife is not known.  Miklos & his wife had one child: 

a)         PAL (-after 1146).  An extract of privileges granted by Géza II King of Hungary by charter dated 1146 is witnessed by "Petrus comes magister Ladislai ducis, Paulus comes filius Nicolai, Gyura comes, Bacha Blastus [cubicularius] regis…"[296]m ---.  The name of Pal´s wife is not known.  Pal & his wife had one child: 

i)          MIKLOS (-after 1163).  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[297]

 

17.      SERGIUS (-after Jul 1124).  "Cledinus comes, Marcus, Lambertus comes, Buzco comes, Nicolaus, Iacobus comes, Sergius comes" subscribed the charter dated Jul 1124 under which István II King of Hungary confirmed the privileges of "Tragurinis et Spalatinis civibus"[298]

 

18.      FANZAL (-after 13 Apr 1137).  Comes palatii of Béla II King of Hungary.  "Fanzal palatinus comes, Georgius comes, Wernold comes" subscribed the charter dated 13 Apr 1137 under which Béla II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesiĉ B. Martini"[299]

 

19.      GYÖRGY (-after 13 Apr 1137).  "Fanzal palatinus comes, Georgius comes, Wernold comes" subscribed the charter dated 13 Apr 1137 under which Béla II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesiĉ B. Martini"[300]

 

20.      WERNOLD (-after 13 Apr 1137).  "Fanzal palatinus comes, Georgius comes, Wernold comes" subscribed the charter dated 13 Apr 1137 under which Béla II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesiĉ B. Martini"[301]

 

21.      MÁRTONm MAGDOLNA, daughter of ---.  "Magdalina Martini comitis uxor" donated property to "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi", and records a donations of serfs by "Altomanno filio meo" for "Hemeci", by "maiori filiĉ meĉ…[et] minori filiĉ…uxori filii mei Altomanni"[302].  Martin & his wife had [five or more] children: 

a)         ALTOMANN .  "Magdalina Martini comitis uxor" donated property to "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi", and records a donations of serfs by "Altomanno filio meo" for "Hemeci", by "maiori filiĉ meĉ…[et] minori filiĉ…uxori filii mei Altomanni"[303]

b)         daughters .  "Magdalina Martini comitis uxor" donated property to "monasterium S. Petri de Chatar in comitatu Zaladiensi", and records a donations of serfs by "Altomanno filio meo" for "Hemeci", by "maiori filiĉ meĉ…[et] minori filiĉ…uxori filii mei Altomanni"[304]

 

22.      CALAN (-after 1142).  "Belus dux, Calanus comes, Gereon comes, Paulus, Vamoldus comes, Cadas comes" subscribed the charter dated 1142 by which "Geica rex Ungariĉ" restored "abbatiĉ montis Pannoniĉ", founded by "Sancti regis Stephani" and withdrawn by "rege Colomano et filio suo rege Stephano"[305]

 

23.      GEREON (-after 1142).  "Belus dux, Calanus comes, Gereon comes, Paulus, Vamoldus comes, Cadas comes" subscribed the charter dated 1142 by which "Geica rex Ungariĉ" restored "abbatiĉ montis Pannoniĉ", founded by "Sancti regis Stephani" and withdrawn by "rege Colomano et filio suo rege Stephano"[306]

 

24.      PAL (-after 1142).  "Belus dux, Calanus comes, Gereon comes, Paulus, Vamoldus comes, Cadas comes" subscribed the charter dated 1142 by which "Geica rex Ungariĉ" restored "abbatiĉ montis Pannoniĉ", founded by "Sancti regis Stephani" and withdrawn by "rege Colomano et filio suo rege Stephano"[307]

 

25.      VAMOLD (-after 1142).  "Belus dux, Calanus comes, Gereon comes, Paulus, Vamoldus comes, Cadas comes" subscribed the charter dated 1142 by which "Geica rex Ungariĉ" restored "abbatiĉ montis Pannoniĉ", founded by "Sancti regis Stephani" and withdrawn by "rege Colomano et filio suo rege Stephano"[308]

 

26.      CADAS (-after 1142).  "Belus dux, Calanus comes, Gereon comes, Paulus, Vamoldus comes, Cadas comes" subscribed the charter dated 1142 by which "Geica rex Ungariĉ" restored "abbatiĉ montis Pannoniĉ", founded by "Sancti regis Stephani" and withdrawn by "rege Colomano et filio suo rege Stephano"[309]

 

27.      MAGNUS Bikach (-after 1145).  Géza II King of Hungary confirmed the foundation by "Magnus Bikach de genere Bikach, supremus camerarius noster sive magister Tauernicorum nostrorum" of "Madocha…in comitatu Tolnensi…monasterio…Beati Nicolai Confessoris" [Körtveles-Madocsa] and the donation by "Dyonisium…comitem Bodrogien" by charter dated 1145, witnessed by "Belus palatinus comes, Rednaldus curialis comes, Dyonisius Budrogiens comes, Ioannes"[310]

 

28.      REDNALD (-after 1145).  Comes curialis of Géza II King of Hungary.  Géza II King of Hungary confirmed the foundation by "Magnus Bikach de genere Bikach, supremus camerarius noster sive magister Tauernicorum nostrorum" of "Madocha…in comitatu Tolnensi…monasterio…Beati Nicolai Confessoris" [Körtveles-Madocsa] and the donation by "Dyonisium…comitem Bodrogien" by charter dated 1145, witnessed by "Belus palatinus comes, Rednaldus curialis comes, Dyonisius Budrogiens comes, Ioannes"[311]

 

29.      GYURA [Jula] (-after 1157).  An extract of privileges granted by Géza II King of Hungary by charter dated 1146 is witnessed by "Petrus comes magister Ladislai ducis, Paulus comes filius Nicolai, Gyura comes, Bacha Blastus [cubicularius] regis…"[312].  "Henricus curialis comes, Appa comes, Gabriel comes, Iulianus comes, Zachit comes" witnessed the charter dated 1157 under which Géza II King of Hungary conferred privileges on "ecclesiĉ S. Adalberti", the dating clause of which refers to "Belo palatino existente"[313]

 

30.      JANOS (-after 1148).  "Geisa secundus secundi Belĉ regis filius" confirmed the possessions of the church of Buda by charter dated 1148 in the presence of "Ioanus comitis, Appa comitis, Zaith [Zasit] comitis, Gabrielis dapiferi, Caiphĉ magistri pincernarum, Bogislai regiĉ camerĉ presidentis"[314]

 

31.      ZASIT [Zachit] (-after 1157).  "Geisa secundus secundi Belĉ regis filius" confirmed the possessions of the church of Buda by charter dated 1148 in the presence of "Ioanus comitis, Appa comitis, Zaith [Zasit] comitis, Gabrielis dapiferi, Caiphĉ magistri pincernarum, Bogislai regiĉ camerĉ presidentis"[315].  "Henricus curialis comes, Appa comes, Gabriel comes, Iulianus comes, Zachit comes" witnessed the charter dated 1157 under which Géza II King of Hungary conferred privileges on "ecclesiĉ S. Adalberti", the dating clause of which refers to "Belo palatino existente"[316]

 

32.      HENRIK (-after 1162).  Comes curialis of Géza II King of Hungary.  An extract of privileges granted by Géza II King of Hungary by charter dated 1150 is witnessed by "Belus Banus, Heindricus curialis comes, Appa comes"[317].  "Belus palatinus comes, Henricus curialis comes, Appa Budrigiensis comes, Simon Strigraniensis comes, Girch Naugradensis comes, Germanus Huntiensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which "Strigoniensis ecclesie…[archiepiscopus]" donated property to his church[318].  "Belus palatinus, Henricus curialis comes…Appa Bodrogiensis comes, Simon Strigoniensis comes, Birs Neugradensis comes, Germanus Hontensis comes, Petrus Borsiensis comes…" witnessed the charter dated 1156 under which Géza II King of Hungary donated property to "ecclesie…Strigoniensis"[319].  A charter dated 1157 confirmed the foundation by "Walferus…comes" of "abbatiam de Gyssing" [Német Újvár], the dating clause of which refers to "Belus Banus et comes palatinus, Appa comes, Heyndricus curialis comes regis"[320].  "Henricus curialis comes, Appa comes, Gabriel comes, Iulianus comes, Zachit comes" witnessed the charter dated 1157 under which Géza II King of Hungary conferred privileges on "ecclesiĉ S. Adalberti", the dating clause of which refers to "Belo palatino existente"[321].  "Stephanus…rex Hungarie, beate memorie Geyse regis filius" granted property to "hominem in Supruniensis castri…Forcos", in the presence of "Heidrico palatino comite, Gabriele curiale comite, Ampudino comite, Laurencio comite, Rubeno comite, F--- comite, Dionisio comite, Vidone Pristaldo", by charter dated 1162[322]

 

33.      WALFER (-after 1157).  A charter dated 1157 confirmed the foundation by "Walferus…comes" of "abbatiam de Gyssing" [Német Újvár], the dating clause of which refers to "Belus Banus et comes palatinus, Appa comes, Heyndricus curialis comes regis"[323]

 

34.      GABRIEL (-after 1162).  "Henricus curialis comes, Appa comes, Gabriel comes, Iulianus comes, Zachit comes" witnessed the charter dated 1157 under which Géza II King of Hungary conferred privileges on "ecclesiĉ S. Adalberti", the dating clause of which refers to "Belo palatino existente"[324].  Comes curialis of István III King of Hungary.  "Stephanus…rex Hungarie, beate memorie Geyse regis filius" granted property to "hominem in Supruniensis castri…Forcos", in the presence of "Heidrico palatino comite, Gabriele curiale comite, Ampudino comite, Laurencio comite, Rubeno comite, F--- comite, Dionisio comite, Vidone Pristaldo", by charter dated 1162[325]

 

35.      IMRE (-after 1158).  Comes curialis (minor) of Géza II King of Hungary.  "Appa curiali comite maiori, Emerico vero minori" subscribed the charter dated 1158 under which Géza II King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "ecclesiĉ Nitriensi"[326]

 

36.      ARPA (-after 1158).  "Arpĉ Bani" subscribed the charter dated 1158 under which Géza II King of Hungary granted "ecclesiam S. Bartholomĉi de Tino" to the church of Spalato[327]

 

Two brothers: 

37.      AMPUDIN [Ompud] (-after 1172).  "Stephanus…rex Hungarie, beate memorie Geyse regis filius" granted property to "hominem in Supruniensis castri…Forcos", in the presence of "Heidrico palatino comite, Gabriele curiale comite, Ampudino comite, Laurencio comite, Rubeno comite, F--- comite, Dionisio comite, Vidone Pristaldo", by charter dated 1162[328].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1164, under which the bishop of Spalato donated property to "monasterii S. Thomĉ ad Belgradum in Dalmatia litterĉ", names "Stephani regis Hungariĉ, filii Geyzĉ regis et Ampudii eius bani", and names as present judges "Stephanus frater Bani cum Petrana comite"[329].  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[330].  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[331].  "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio comite, Rubek comite, Vidone comite, Smaragdo comite" are named as present in the charter dated 1 Nov 1166 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed donations by "Vidoni filio Dobica" to the Knights Hospitallers[332].  "Ompodinus comes palatinus atque banus, Fulcus, Gurg, Smaragdus, Tupko" subscribed the charter dated 1167 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed peace with "Sebenicensibus, meis fidelibus civibus"[333].  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[334]

38.      ISTVÁN (-after 1164).  The dating clause of a charter dated 1164, under which the bishop of Spalato donated property to "monasterii S. Thomĉ ad Belgradum in Dalmatia litterĉ", names "Stephani regis Hungariĉ, filii Geyzĉ regis et Ampudii eius bani", and names as present judges "Stephanus frater Bani cum Petrana comite"[335]

 

39.      LĠRINC (-after 1198).  "Stephanus…rex Hungarie, beate memorie Geyse regis filius" granted property to "hominem in Supruniensis castri…Forcos", in the presence of "Heidrico palatino comite, Gabriele curiale comite, Ampudino comite, Laurencio comite, Rubeno comite, F--- comite, Dionisio comite, Vidone Pristaldo", by charter dated 1162[336]Comes curialis of István III King of Hungary.  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[337].  "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio comite, Rubek comite, Vidone comite, Smaragdo comite" are named as present in the charter dated 1 Nov 1166 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed donations by "Vidoni filio Dobica" to the Knights Hospitallers[338].  "Iobbagyones: Ambrosius banus, Laurentius comes, Lucas comes, Dionysius comes, episcopus Pristaldus, Ioannes comes filius Talmer" subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which István III King of Hungary granted "villam Luchman" to "nobiles Godefridus et Albertus" Teutonic knights who had left "terra natalis Patriĉ" during the reign of King Géza II[339].  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[340].  Imre King of Hungary confirmed donations to "monasterio S. Gothardi", including donations made by "Laurentio…comite…comes Dionysius…Hencho comes…Aegidius tunc temporis comes ferrei Castri", by charter dated 1198[341]

 

40.      BROCHA (-after 1163).  Comes curialis of István III King of Hungary.  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[342]

 

41.      BORIS (-after 1163).  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[343]

 

42.      ADORJÁN (-after 1163).  István III King of Hungary restored property to the church of Zagreb which had been claimed by "Petrus comes" at the court of "Belus banus iudex" and by "Nicolaus comes filius Pauli" during the reign of King Géza II and granted by "Belus Banus" to "Marcellum…Pristaldum Leopoldi, filium Petri", by charter dated 1163, witnessed by "Belo Bano eius causĉ iudice, Thoma palatino comite, Broccha curiali comite, Boricio bano, Adriano comite, Henrico Bodrugiensi comite, Eusa Sunadiensi comite"[344]

 

43.      LUKAS (-after 1172).  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[345].  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[346].  "Iobbagyones: Ambrosius banus, Laurentius comes, Lucas comes, Dionysius comes, episcopus Pristaldus, Ioannes comes filius Talmer" subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which István III King of Hungary granted "villam Luchman" to "nobiles Godefridus et Albertus" Teutonic knights who had left "terra natalis Patriĉ" during the reign of King Géza II[347].  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[348]

 

44.      SCESU (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[349].  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[350]

 

45.      ANANIAS (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[351]

 

46.      MICHUD (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comiti, Fulconis comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Scesu comitis, Ananiĉ comitis, Michud comitis Prĉconum, Esau comitis" subscribed the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed the possessions of "monasterio Almi ducis in honorem S. Margarethĉ in Meches"[352]

 

47.      RUTEN (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[353]

 

48.      VANLEGEN (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[354]

 

49.      CSABA (-after 1165).  "Ompud palatini comitis, Laurentii curialis comitis, Ruten comitis, Vanlegen eiusdem castri comitis, Scesu comitis, Lucĉ comitis, Csabu comitis" are named as present in the charter dated 1165 under which István III King of Hungary granted the rank of nobility to certain "homines suburbanos Posonienses"[355]

 

50.      RUBEK (-after 1 Nov 1166).  "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio comite, Rubek comite, Vidone comite, Smaragdo comite" are named as present in the charter dated 1 Nov 1166 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed donations by "Vidoni filio Dobica" to the Knights Hospitallers[356]

 

51.      VIDON (-after 1 Nov 1166).  "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio comite, Rubek comite, Vidone comite, Smaragdo comite" are named as present in the charter dated 1 Nov 1166 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed donations by "Vidoni filio Dobica" to the Knights Hospitallers[357]

 

52.      SMARAGD (-after 1167).  "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio comite, Rubek comite, Vidone comite, Smaragdo comite" are named as present in the charter dated 1 Nov 1166 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed donations by "Vidoni filio Dobica" to the Knights Hospitallers[358].  "Ompodinus comes palatinus atque banus, Fulcus, Gurg, Smaragdus, Tupko" subscribed the charter dated 1167 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed peace with "Sebenicensibus, meis fidelibus civibus"[359]

 

53.      BENEm ---.  The name of Bene´s wife is not known.  Bene & his wife had one child: 

a)         GERGELY (-1168).  "Ompodinus comes palatinus atque banus, Fulcus, Gurg, Smaragdus, Tupko" subscribed the charter dated 1167 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed peace with "Sebenicensibus, meis fidelibus civibus"[360].  A charter datd 1168 records that "Gregorius quondam comes, filius Bene comitis" donated property to "monasterium Beati Mauricii in Beel" where he chose to be buried[361]

 

54.      TUPKO (-after 1167).  "Ompodinus comes palatinus atque banus, Fulcus, Gurg, Smaragdus, Tupko" subscribed the charter dated 1167 under which István III King of Hungary confirmed peace with "Sebenicensibus, meis fidelibus civibus"[362]

 

55.      AMBRUZS (-after 1171).  "Iobbagyones: Ambrosius banus, Laurentius comes, Lucas comes, Dionysius comes, episcopus Pristaldus, Ioannes comes filius Talmer" subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which István III King of Hungary granted "villam Luchman" to "nobiles Godefridus et Albertus" Teutonic knights who had left "terra natalis Patriĉ" during the reign of King Géza II[363].  

 

56.      TALMERm ---.  The name of Talmer´s wife is not known.  Talmer & his wife had one child: 

a)         JANOS (-after 1171).  "Iobbagyones: Ambrosius banus, Laurentius comes, Lucas comes, Dionysius comes, episcopus Pristaldus, Ioannes comes filius Talmer" subscribed the charter dated 1171 under which István III King of Hungary granted "villam Luchman" to "nobiles Godefridus et Albertus" Teutonic knights who had left "terra natalis Patriĉ" during the reign of King Géza II[364]

 

57.      KONRAD (-after 1172).  "Conradus, regis Iobbagio", on his deathbed, donated property to "ecclesiĉ Beati Martini" referring to but not naming "uxoris mee" by charter dated 1172, whose dating clause names "Ampudino palatino comite, Laurentio curiali comite, Fulcone comite, Luca comite, Dionisio comite"[365]

 

58.      FOLKMÁR (-1181).  "Fulcumarus comes" donated property and serfs to "ecclesie Beati Mauricii de Bel" by charter dated 1181, which names "Farkasio palatino comite, Dionysio Baciensi comite" in the dating clause[366]

 

59.      FARKAS (-after 1183).  Comes palatii of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Bela III secundi Geyzĉ regis filius…Ungariĉ, Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉque rex" confirmed the possessions of the church of Zagreb by charter dated 1175, witnessed by "Farcasio palatino comite, Subano Bano…"[367].  "Fulcumarus comes" donated property and serfs to "ecclesie Beati Mauricii de Bel" by charter dated 1181, which names "Farkasio palatino comite, Dionysio Baciensi comite" in the dating clause[368].  A charter dated 1183 records a sale by "N…Strigoniensis ecclesie archiepiscopus" implementing an agreement between his canons and "comitem Forcasium"[369].  "Eberhardus de Helespune comes Posoniensis" recorded a dispute mediated by "comes Farcasius, comes Jacobus et comes Georgius" in an undated charter, dated to the late 12th century[370]

 

60.      JAKAB .  "Eberhardus de Helespune comes Posoniensis" recorded a dispute mediated by "comes Farcasius, comes Jacobus et comes Georgius" in an undated charter, dated to the late 12th century[371]

 

61.      SUBAN .  "Bela III secundi Geyzĉ regis filius…Ungariĉ, Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉque rex" confirmed the possessions of the church of Zagreb by charter dated 1175, witnessed by "Farcasio palatino comite, Subano Bano…"[372]

 

62.      SCENAS (-after 1183).  Béla III King of Hungary issued letters of privilege, undated but dated to [1183/85], "in domo Scenĉ comitis" with "Dionysius comes Bachiensis, Gallus comes Albensis Transiluanus, Thomas comes Clusiensis, Zemere comes de Simtei, Pancracius comes Temissiensis, Antonius comes Novi Castri, Scubanus comes Strigoniensis, Thomas comes filius Samsonis, Cornelius comes Geurensis, Thomas filius Zah"[373]

 

63.      CHARENAS (-after 1184).  Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  The dating clause of a charter dated 1184, which refers to disputes relating to the property of "ecclesiĉ Sancti Aniani…in monte Tychon sita", names "Palatino comite Dionysio, curiali…comite Charena"[374]

 

64.      IVANm ---.  The name of Ivan´s wife is not known.  Ivan & his wife had one child: 

a)         PARIDE (-after 1192).  A charter dated 1192 records that "Paride filio Ivani comitis" granted land to "Hohold miles religiosus de parochia Saladiensi" in the presence of "Mochu palatine comitis", witnessed by "Stephano Saladiensi comite" and that a dispute later arose relating to the land, judged in the court of "Thoma comite", witnessed by "Dominico Budrugiensi comite et Andrea Suprunieusi et Aegidio Saladiensi"[375]

 

65.      NICOLOm ---.  The name of Nicolo´s wife is not known.  Nicolo & his wife had one child: 

a)         STEFANO (-after 1197).  "Henricus…Hungariĉ, Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Serviĉque rex", after recording that his father King Béla III had granted land "a latere ducatus Sclauoniĉ, iuxta Podgoriam et Goritiam" to "quemdam nobili de Teutonia…Albertum de Michouo" who abused his power, appointed "Stephanus, Nicolai filius…ortum de genealogia Vrsinorum comitum, ac senatorum urbis Romanĉ" who had married "dominum Hermannum de Goritia in partibus Karinthiĉ…filiam" to control the oppression of the people of "antedicti ducatus Sclaoniĉ" by charter dated 1197[376]m ---, daughter of HERMANN Herr von Goritia in Carinthia & his wife ---. 

 

66.      ENDRE (-after 1198).  Ban.  "Andreas, tertii Belĉ regis filius…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Culmĉque dux" appointed "Pharensi episcopum" by charter dated 1198, witnessed by "Andrea Bano, comite Macharia, comite Ioseph, comite Marco, comite Andronico filio Bani camerario ducis Wenceslao…"[377]m ---.  The name of Endre´s wife is not known.  Endre & his wife had one child: 

a)         ANDRONICO .  "Andreas, tertii Belĉ regis filius…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Culmĉque dux" appointed "Pharensi episcopum" by charter dated 1198, witnessed by "Andrea Bano, comite Macharia, comite Ioseph, comite Marco, comite Andronico filio Bani camerario ducis Wenceslao…"[378]

 

67.      JÓZSEF (-after 1198).  "Andreas, tertii Belĉ regis filius…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Culmĉque dux" appointed "Pharensi episcopum" by charter dated 1198, witnessed by "Andrea Bano, comite Macharia, comite Ioseph, comite Marco, comite Andronico filio Bani camerario ducis Wenceslao…"[379]

 

68.      MÁRK (-after 1198).  "Andreas, tertii Belĉ regis filius…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Ramĉ, Culmĉque dux" appointed "Pharensi episcopum" by charter dated 1198, witnessed by "Andrea Bano, comite Macharia, comite Ioseph, comite Marco, comite Andronico filio Bani camerario ducis Wenceslao…"[380]

 

69.      TOROYm ---.  The name of Toroy´s wife is not known.  Toroy & his wife had one child: 

a)         PÉTER (-after 1198).  Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Mogh palatino comite, Petro filio Turoy curiali comite, Micha Bichoriensi comite, Dionysio noui Castri comite, Beneduc Nitriensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed his father´s donations to "ecclesiĉ Strigonensi"[381]

 

70.      BENEDEK (-after 1198).  "Mogh palatino comite, Petro filio Turoy curiali comite, Micha Bichoriensi comite, Dionysio noui Castri comite, Beneduc Nitriensi comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary confirmed his father´s donations to "ecclesiĉ Strigonensi"[382]

 

71.      ÉZSAU (-after 1198).  Comes curialis of Béla III King of Hungary.  "Esau palatino comite et eodem Bacsiensi, Aegidio curiali comite reginĉ, Esau curial comite et eodem de Cenadiensi, Micha Bicoriensi, --- comite" subscribed the charter dated 1198 under which Imre King of Hungary granted "prĉdium Pauli, nomine Michál, Iobbagyonis castri Supproniensis" to "Vgrino Geuriensi episcopo"[383]

 

 

72.      LEUHOELm ---.  Leuhoel & his wife had one child: 

a)         MIKLOSm ---.  Miklos & his wife had one child: 

i)          GULAm ---.  Gula & his wife had one child: 

(a)       MÁRK (-after 1198).  Imre King of Hungary confirmed the possession of "castris Gumur et Szent Mihaljur intra Platanum" by "Marcum filium Gola de Zypsio, qui fuit filius Nicolai, et iste alterius Nicolai de Trub, Leuhoel", by charter dated 1198[384]

 

73.      Imre King of Hungary granted "terram in parochia Supruniensi iuxta Fertew…Pakha" to "noster fidelis Iobagio, Laurentius…comes, filius ---" for life, by charter dated 1199, subscribed by "Micha palatino et Baciensi comite, Benedicto Bano et comite de Zala, Veytih curiali comite ac Nitriensi, Zegforo Voyuoda, Theodoro comite de Budrig, Stepano comite de Suprun, Nicolao comite de Bychor, Tiburtio comite de Zounuc, Poth comite de Musun"[385]

 

74.      "Moy comes, Nicolaus Banus" subscribed the charter dated 1200 under which "Andreas…Dalmatiĉ, Croatiĉ, Chulmiĉque dux" donated "terra…Dub" to "monasterio SS. Cosmĉ et Damiani"[386]

 

 

 



[1] Kézai, S., Veszprémy, L. and Schaer, F. (eds. and trans.) (1999) Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum (CEP), 26 and 27, pp. 79 and 81. 

[2] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 28, p. 83. 

[3] ES II 153, which gives no details of the descent. 

[4] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 29, p. 83. 

[5] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 30, p. 83, footnote 4 stating that he was ancestor of the Örsúr. 

[6] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 31, p. 85. 

[7] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 32, p. 85. 

[8] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 33, p. 85. 

[9] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum, p. 83 footnote 3 and p. 84 footnote 1. 

[10] Endlicher, S. L. (ed.) (1849) Rerum Hungaricarum, Monumenta Arpadiana (Sangalli), Gestis Hungarorum, Liber 6, p. 8. 

[11] Fejér, G. (ed.) (1829) Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ (Buda), Tome II, p. 41. 

[12] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 58. 

[13] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[14] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 156. 

[15] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[16] Gusztáv, W. (ed.) (1860) Codex Diplomaticus Arpadianus Continuatus, Monumenta Hungariĉ Historia, Diplomataria, VI, 1001-1235 (Pest) ("Monumenta Hungariĉ Historia, Diplomataria VI"), 33, p. 69. 

[17] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 37, p. 76. 

[18] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 219. 

[19] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 228. 

[20] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 228. 

[21] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 244. 

[22] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277. 

[23] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[24] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 325. 

[25] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[26] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 373. 

[27] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 363. 

[28] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 373. 

[29] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[30] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[31] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 344. 

[32] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 384. 

[33] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 386. 

[34] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 391. 

[35] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[36] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[37] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[38] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[39] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[40] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[41] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[42] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 58. 

[43] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[44] Florianus, M. (ed.) (1884) Chronicon Dubnicense, Historiĉ Hungaricĉ fontes domestici, Pars prima, Scriptores, Vol. III (Leipzig) Chronica Ungarorum, 50, p. 242. 

[45] Chronica Ungarorum, 50, p. 242. 

[46] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[47] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[48] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[49] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[50] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[51] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 325. 

[52] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[53] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 344. 

[54] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 363. 

[55] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 373. 

[56] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 384. 

[57] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 386. 

[58] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[59] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 391. 

[60] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[61] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 82. 

[62] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 82. 

[63] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 82. 

[64] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 82. 

[65] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[66] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 82. 

[67] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 129. 

[68] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 130. 

[69] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[70] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[71] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 144. 

[72] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 146. 

[73] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 152. 

[74] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 120. 

[75] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 164. 

[76] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 184. 

[77] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[78] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 244. 

[79] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277. 

[80] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[81] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[82] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[83] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[84] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 244. 

[85] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 373. 

[86] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 384. 

[87] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 386. 

[88] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 391. 

[89] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[90] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 67. 

[91] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 45. 

[92] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[93] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 128. 

[94] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[95] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[96] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 168. 

[97] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[98] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[99] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 228. 

[100] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[101] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[102] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[103] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[104] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[105] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[106] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[107] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[108] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 45. 

[109] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 58. 

[110] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historia, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[111] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[112] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[113] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[114] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[115] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 386. 

[116] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[117] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[118] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[119] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 228. 

[120] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277. 

[121] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[122] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 384. 

[123] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 391. 

[124] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 81. 

[125] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 81. 

[126] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 81. 

[127] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[128] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 45. 

[129] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[130] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[131] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[132] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 325. 

[133] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[134] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[135] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 48, p. 89. 

[136] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[137] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[138] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 382. 

[139] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 391. 

[140] Fejér, G. (ed.) (1829) Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ (Buda), Tome I, p. 398. 

[141] Academia scientiarum et artum Slavorum meridionalium (1878) Monumenta spectantia historiam Slavorum meridionalium (Zagreb) ("Monumenta Historiam Slavorum Meridionalium"), Vol. VII, Acta, 130, p. 158. 

[142] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 480. 

[143] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 484. 

[144] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 480. 

[145] RHC, Historiens occidentaux, Tome IV (Paris, 1879), Alberti Aquensis Historia Hierosolymitana ("Albert of Aix (RHC)"), Liber I, Cap. VII, p. 276. 

[146] Albert of Aix (RHC), Liber VIII, Caps. XXXIV and XXXV, p. 579. 

[147] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[148] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[149] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[150] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 58. 

[151] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 484. 

[152] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 484. 

[153] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[154] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 3, p. 22.  

[155] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 8, p. 31.  

[156] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[157] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277. 

[158] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[159] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[160] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[161] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[162] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 373. 

[163] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 384. 

[164] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 386. 

[165] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[166] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[167] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[168] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 318. 

[169] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[170] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 308. 

[171] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[172] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 363. 

[173] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 387. 

[174] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[175] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[176] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[177] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 58. 

[178] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, pp. 299 and 300. 

[179] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[180] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 45. 

[181] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[182] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 179. 

[183] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[184] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[185] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[186] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 329. 

[187] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 363. 

[188] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[189] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[190] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 448. 

[191] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 448. 

[192] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 81. 

[193] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 81. 

[194] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277.  

[195] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 283. 

[196] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 292. 

[197] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 326. 

[198] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 344. 

[199] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 363. 

[200] The court official who acted as the king's deputy in Hungary. 

[201] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 47, p. 111. 

[202] Gestis Hungarorum Liber 32, p. 29. 

[203] Endlicher, S. L. (ed.) (1849) Rerum Hungaricarum, Monumenta Arpadiana (Sangalli), Chronicon Posoniense, p. 55. 

[204] Annalium Hildesheimensium Continuatio 1042, MGH SS III, p. 103. 

[205] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 47, p. 111. 

[206] Chronicon Posoniense, p. 55. 

[207] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 48, p. 113. 

[208] Simonis de Kéza Gesta Hungarorum 50, p. 119. 

[209] Bernoldi Chronicon 1044, MGH SS V, p. 425. 

[210] ES II 153, although no details of this descent are shown. 

[211] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[212] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[213] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[214] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[215] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[216] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[217] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[218] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[219] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[220] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 147. 

[221] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[222] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[223] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[224] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[225] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[226] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[227] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[228] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[229] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[230] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 9, p. 38. 

[231] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[232] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[233] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[234] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[235] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[236] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[237] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[238] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[239] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[240] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[241] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[242] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[243] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[244] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24. 

[245] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 468. 

[246] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 487. 

[247] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[248] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 468. 

[249] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 394. 

[250] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[251] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 394. 

[252] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[253] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[254] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[255] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[256] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[257] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[258] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[259] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 4, p. 24.  

[260] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 428. 

[261] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 67. 

[262] Monumenta Historiam Slavorum Meridionalium, Vol. VII, Acta, 130, p. 158. 

[263] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 484. 

[264] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 487. 

[265] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 488. 

[266] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 8, p. 31.  

[267] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 8, p. 31.  

[268] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 8, p. 31.  

[269] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 8, p. 31.  

[270] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[271] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[272] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[273] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome I, p. 484. 

[274] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[275] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 31. 

[276] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[277] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[278] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[279] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 41. 

[280] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 88. 

[281] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 45. 

[282] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[283] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[284] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[285] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[286] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[287] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[288] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[289] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[290] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[291] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[292] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 13, p. 43. 

[293] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 56. 

[294] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[295] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[296] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 128. 

[297] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[298] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 80. 

[299] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[300] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[301] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 86. 

[302] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 92. 

[303] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 92. 

[304] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 92. 

[305] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 117. 

[306] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 117. 

[307] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 117. 

[308] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 117. 

[309] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 117. 

[310] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 120. 

[311] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 120. 

[312] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 128. 

[313] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 146. 

[314] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 129. 

[315] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 129. 

[316] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 146. 

[317] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 130. 

[318] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 140. 

[319] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 143. 

[320] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 144. 

[321] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 146. 

[322] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 164. 

[323] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 144. 

[324] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 146. 

[325] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 164. 

[326] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 152. 

[327] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 155. 

[328] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 164. 

[329] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 168. 

[330] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[331] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[332] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 174. 

[333] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 179. 

[334] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[335] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 168. 

[336] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 164. 

[337] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[338] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 174. 

[339] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 184. 

[340] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[341] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 326. 

[342] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[343] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[344] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 165. 

[345] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[346] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[347] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 184. 

[348] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[349] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[350] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[351] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[352] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 170. 

[353] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[354] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[355] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 173. 

[356] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 174. 

[357] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 174. 

[358] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 174. 

[359] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 179. 

[360] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 179. 

[361] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 31, p. 65. 

[362] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 179. 

[363] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 184. 

[364] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 184. 

[365] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 185. 

[366] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 37, p. 76. 

[367] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 188. 

[368] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 37, p. 76. 

[369] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 203. 

[370] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 48, p. 89. 

[371] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 48, p. 89. 

[372] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 188. 

[373] Monumenta Hungariĉ Historica, Diplomataria VI, 33, p. 69. 

[374] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 219. 

[375] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 277. 

[376] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 304. 

[377] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 318. 

[378] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 318. 

[379] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 318. 

[380] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 318. 

[381] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 325. 

[382] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 325. 

[383] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 344. 

[384] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 343. 

[385] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 346. 

[386] Codex Diplomaticus Hungariĉ, Tome II, p. 375.