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Örjan Martinsson

Kings and Princes of Hungary

The Hungarians or Magyars, which they call them selves, emigrated to present day Hungary 895 where they established a state of their own. The first Hungarian prince to both become Christian and use the title king was István I, before his baptism 1001 he was called Vajk. The Hungarian kingdom was during the middle age considerably larger than the present Hungary, it included Croatia, Slovakia and large parts Romania and Serbia. The disastrous battle of Mohacs ended Hungary’s age of greatness and it was later divided between the Ottoman Empire, the Austrian Habsburgs and Transylvania. The Habsburgs managed to conquer all Hungary 1699 and it remained a part of their domains until the First World War when Hungary deposed the last Habsburg king.

c. 895-907
907-947
947-955
955-972
972-997
997-1038
1038-1041
1041-1044
1044-1046
1046-1060
1060-1063
1063-1074
1074-1077
1077-1095
1095-1116
1116-1131
1131-1141
1141-1161
1161-1173
1162-1163
1163-1165
1173-1196
1196-1204
1204-1205
1205-1235
1235-1270
1270-1272
1272-1290
1290-1301

House of Árpád

Árpád
Zolta
Fajsz
Taksony
Géza István
Szent István I (Stephen the Holy)   = 1001
Péter I Orseolo (house of Orseolo)
Sámuel Aba (house of Aba)
Péter I (restored)
András I
Béla I
Salamon
Géza I
Szent László I (Vladislav the Holy)
Kálmán (the Booklover)
István II
Béla II (the Blind)
Géza II
István III
László II
(anti-king)
István IV
(anti-king)
Béla III Elek
Imre
László III
András II
Béla IV
István V
László IV (the Cuman)
András III (of Venice)


Houses of Přemysl and Wittelsbach
 

1301-1305

Vencel


1305-1307 Béla V (Otto)
1308-1342


House of Anjou

Károly I Róbert 

1342-1382 Lajos I Nagy (the Great)
1382-1385 Mária
1385-1386 Károly II (the Short)
1386-1395 Mária (restored)
 
Houses of Luxemburg and Habsburg
 
1387-1437 Zsigmond
1438-1439 Albert
1440, 1444-1457 Lászlo V Postumus

Houses of Jagello and Hunyadi
 
1440-1444 Ulászló I
1458-1490 Mátyás I Corvin
1490-1516 Ulászló II
1516-1526 Lajos II
1526-1540
1540-1571


House of Zápolya
(in opposition to the Habsburgs)
 

János I
János II Zsigmond
1526-1564


House of Habsburg

Ferdinánd I


1564-1576 Miksa
1576-1608 Rudolf
1608-1619 Mátyás II
1619-1620 Ferdinánd II
1620-1622

Gábor (house of Bethlen)

1622-1637

Ferdinánd II (restored)

1637-1657 Ferdinánd III *
1657-1705 Lipót I
1705-1711 József I
1711-1740 Károly III
1740-1780 Mária Terézia
1780-1790
1790-1792
1792-1835
1835-1848
1848-1916
1916-1919
 

House of Habsburg-Lorraine
 
Jószef II
Lipót II
Ferenc I
Ferdinánd V
Ferenc József
Károly IV **
 
1919
1920-1946
1946-
Soviet republic
Monarchy 
(Miklós Horthy was regent 1920-1944)
Republic

* = Ferdinánd III had his son Ferdinánd IV as co-regent 1647-1654)
** = Károly IV put down his crown 1919 but did not formally abdicate. After his death 1922 his son Otto II continued to claim the Hungarian crown.

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