Ladislaus I wa Hungaria

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Mt. Ladislaus katika Chronica Hungarorum

Ladislaus I wa Hungaria (kwa Kihungaria: László; kwa Kiserbokroatia na Kislovakia: Ladislav I; kwa Kipolandi: Władysław; 1040 hivi – 29 Julai 1095) alikuwa mfalme wa Hungaria kuanzia mwaka 1077 na wa Croatia kuanzia mwaka 1091.

Mtoto wa pili wa Béla I, alijitahidi kurudisha hali ya usalama nchini kwa kutunga sheria kali. Kwa kuteka Croatia karibu yote, alianza upanuzi wa Hungaria na kwa kushinda Wapekenegi na Wakumani alihakikisha mipaka ya mashariki kwa miaka 150 iliyofuata.

Ladislaus alitangazwa na Papa Celestine III kuwa mtakatifu tarehe 27 Juni 1192.

Sikukuu yake huadhimishwa tarehe 27 Juni.

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Viungo vya nje[hariri | hariri chanzo]

  • St. Ladislaus (in The Catholic Encyclopedia) [1]
  • St Ladislaus, King of Hungary (a painting from around 1326 in the Museo della Consolazione in Altomonte, Italy) [2]
  • Üdvözlégy, kegyelmes Szent László király (Hail, Merciful King St Ladislaus) (a hymn to King St Ladislaus) [3]
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