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; kwa Kilatini Sanctus Ladislaus; Krakow, Polandi, 1040 hivi – Nitra, Slovakia, 29 Julai 1095) alikuwa mfalme wa Hungaria (kuanzia mwaka 1077) na wa Croatia (kuanzia mwaka 1091) hadi kifo chake.

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.

Wakati wa utawala wake alirekebisha pia hali ya kiroho ya nchi kama ilivyokuwa chini ya Stefano wa Hungaria.

Mwenyewe aliishi kwa sala na toba[1].

Papa Celestino III alimtangaza mtakatifu tarehe 27 Juni 1192. Hata binti yake, Irene wa Hungaria, malkia wa Dola la Roma Mashariki, anaheshimiwa vile.

Sikukuu yake huadhimishwa tarehe 30 Juni[2].

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  • "Bernold of St Blasien, Chronicle" (2008). In Robinson, I. S. Eleventh-Century Germany: The Swabian Chronicles. Manchester University Press. pp. 245–337. ISBN|978-0-7190-7734-0.
  • "Hartvic, Life of King Stephen of Hungary" (Translated by Nora Berend) (2001). In Head, Thomas. Medieval Hagiography: An Anthology. Routledge. pp. 378–398. ISBN|0-415-93753-1.
  • "The letters of Henry IV: Henry thanks Duke Almus for his support and promises him a reward" (2000). In Imperial Lives & Letters of the Eleventh Century (Translated by Theodor E. Mommsen and Karl F. Morrison, with a historical introduction and new suggested readings by Karl F. Morrison, edited by Robert L. Benson). Columbia University Press. pp. 52–100. ISBN|978-0-231-12121-7.
  • The Deeds of the Princes of the Poles (Translated and annotated by Paul W. Knoll and Frank Schaer with a preface by Thomas N. Bisson) (2003). CEU Press. ISBN|963-9241-40-7.
  • The Hungarian Illuminated Chronicle: Chronica de Gestis Hungarorum (Edited by Dezső Dercsényi) (1970). Corvina, Taplinger Publishing. ISBN|0-8008-4015-1.
  • "The Laws of King Ladislas I (1077–1095)". In The Laws of the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary, 1000–1301 (Translated and Edited by János M. Bak, György Bónis, James Ross Sweeney with an essay on previous editions by Andor Czizmadia, Second revised edition, In collaboration with Leslie S. Domonkos) (1999). Charles Schlacks, Jr. Publishers. pp. 11–22. ISBN|1-884445-29-2. OCLC 495379882. OCLC 248424393. (ISBN may be misprinted in the book as 88445-29-2).
  • Archdeacon Thomas of Split: History of the Bishops of Salona and Split (Latin text by Olga Perić, edited, translated and annotated by Damir Karbić, Mirjana Matijević Sokol and James Ross Sweeney) (2006). CEU Press. ISBN|963-7326-59-6.

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  • 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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