Last updated: Feb 2, 2016

 

 

 

Hungary & Croatia

 

 

 

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Geographical names.

 

Alsace -> Elsass (in France).

Biscay -> Vizcaya; Bizkaia (in the Basque Country, N Spain).

Blâmont -> Blankenberg; Albimontium (in Lorraine, France).

Bohemia / Czechia -> Böhmen; Csehország.

Bulgaria -> Bolgárország.

Burgundy -> Bourgogne (in Yonne, Côte-d'Or, Saône-et-Loire, Ain, and Ničvre, E France).

Burgundy Palatine -> Franche-Comté (in France).

Cattaro -> Kotor (Montenegro).

Cieszyn -> Tesin; Teschen (in Silesia, S Poland and in Czech Republic).

Croatia -> Hrvatska; Horvátország.               

Cumania (the land of the Cumans) -> Kunország < The Cumans (Polovtsi, Kipchaks) were Turkish people that lived in the steppes of the Eastern Europe and Kazakhstan >.

Flanders -> Vlaanderen (in Belgium).

Ferrette -> Pfirt (in Haut-Rhin, NE France).

Habsburg (in Aargau, N Switzerland).

Hainaut / Hainault -> Henegouwen; Hennegau; Hinnot (in Wallonia, Belgium).

Hungary -> Magyarország; Ungarn.

Galicia-> Galich; Galiczia; Halics (in W Ukraine).

Gelderland -> Geldern (in the Netherlands).

Gorizia -> Goritia; Gorica; Gurize; Görz (in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy).

Gradisca (d'Isonzo) -> Gardiscje; Gradisce; Gradiska (in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy).

Kyburg (in Zurich, Switzerland).

Lodomeria -> Volodymyr / Wladimir-Volynsky (in Volhynia / Volyn / Wolyn, NW Ukraine).

Lorraine -> Lothringen; Lotharingia (France).

Lusatia -> Lausitz; Luzice; Luzicko; Luzyca (in Sachsen, SE Germany).

Mechelen / Mecheln -> Malines (in Belgium).

Moravia -> Morvai / Morvaország (in Czech Republic).

Oswiecin -> Auschwitz (in Silesia, Poland);

Portenau -> Portus Naonis; Pordenone (in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, NE Italy).       

Ragusa -> Dubrovnik (in Croatia).

Rama / Ráma (in Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Silesia -> Schlesien; Slask (in Poland and in Czech Republic).

Slavonia -> Sclavonia; Tót (in Croatia).

Swabia -> Schwaben (in SW Germany and in Switzerland).

Transylvania -> Siebenbürgen; Erdély (in Romania).

Trent -> Trient, Trento (in Italy).

Tuscany -> Hetruria (in Italy).

Zara -> Zadar (in Croatia).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chistian (First) names.

 

Andrew -> Andreas; András;

Charles -> Carolus / Karolus; Károly;

Emerich -> Imre;

Francis -> Franciscus; Ferenc;

George -> György;

John -> Johannes; János;

Joseph -> József;

Coloman / Koloman -> Colomanus; Kálmán;

Ladislas -> Ladislaus; László;

Leopold -> Lipót;

Louis -> Ludovicus; Lajos; Ludwig; Ljudevit;

Matthias / Matthew -> Mátyás;

Maximilian -> Miksa;

Sigismund -> Sigismundus; Zsigmond;

Stephen -> Stephanus; István;

Wenceslas -> Venczel;

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hungary

 

Notes:

 

1. In 1410-1439, 1531-1608, 1612-1740, 1780-1806, the Kings of Hungary, in addition to their other titles, bore the titles of Head of the Holy Roman Empire (the Roman King / Emperor or in Latin, King / Emperor of the Romans).

2. Before 1519, when the Prince-Electors the Empire elected its Head, this person accepted the title of the Roman King, and after his coronation by a Roman Pope, he took the title of Emperor of the Romans.

Since 1519, persons elected as Heads of the Holy Roman Empire accepted the title of Emperor of the Romans immediately after their election.

After 1519, co-rulers of Emperors of the Romans bore the title of the King of the Romans.

3. Since 1509, the Heads of the Holy Roman Empire, also bore the title of King of Germany.

4. In 1531-1558, King Ferdinand I of Hungary, as his brother Charles V's co-ruler in the Empire, bore the title of the King of the Romans. Ferdinand accepted the title of Emperor of the Romans in 1558.

5. 1745-1780, Queen Mary-Theresa of Hungary, as wife of Francis I, the Roman Emperor since 1745, bore the title of the Empress of the Romans.

After Francis' death, in 1765, their son Joseph II was elected Emperor of the Romans, and Mary-Theresa made him her co-ruler in Hungary, and other possessions.

6. Since 1757, the Kings of Hungary bore the title of "Apostolic King".

 

 

 

 

 

--- the 10th century-1097

 

King of Hungary;

 

(1075) [32: tomus I; p.53-54; Doc.# 58]

< Géza I (+1077), King of Hungary 1074 >

Ego Magnus, qui et Geisa, in primis Hungarorum dux, postea vero gracia dei rex consectratus,

Bele regis filius

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1097-1202

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama;

 

@ Added:

 

- Dalmatia, Croatia

King Coloman of Hungary invaded Croatia and defeated its King Peter Svačić (1097).

Coloman was crowned King of Croatia in 1102.

 

- Rama

 

@ Samples:

 

(1102) [15: pars I; p.25; Doc.# XIX]

< Coloman (+1116), King of Hungary 1095, King of Croatia >

Colomanus, Dei gratia, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Chroatiae, Ramaeque rex

 

(1138) [32: tomus I; p.75; Doc.# 78]

< Béla II "Vak/ the Blind" (+1141), King of Hungary 1131 >

Bela secundum divinam disposicionem Hungarie, Crowacie et Dalmacie rex

 

(1161) [5: kötet 6; p.102; Doc.# 57]

< Géza II (+1162), King of Hungary 1141 >

Goviso Dei gratia Vngarie, Dalmacie, Chroatie, Rameque

 

(1186) [5: kötet 6; p.164; Doc.# 104]

Ego Bela Tercius Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rameque Rex

 

(1198) [5: kötet 6; p.193; Doc.# 124]

< Emerich (+1204), King of Hungary 1196 >

Hemericus Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rameque Rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1202-1205

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1202] Serbia

Note: Stephen, Grand Zupan (Prince) of Serbia (Raska), was deposed with Hungarian aid by his brother Vukan, a ruler of Zeta. Vukan became Grand Zupan and recognized the Hungarian suzerainty (1202).

 

@ Samples:

 

(1205) [5: kötet 6; p.300; Doc.# 185]

< Andrew II (+1235), King of Hungary 1205 >

Andreas Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruieque Rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1205-1236

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria;

 

@ Added:

 

- Galicia, Lodomeria

Note. After Roman, Prince of Galicia and Volodymyr-Volynsky (Lodomeria), died in a battle against the Poles, Anna Angelos, his widow, asked his ally King Andrew II of Hungary, to protect her young sons, Daniel and Basil, against their enemies (1205). King Andrew II became a guardian of the young princes and their land. He considered himself as overlord of Galicia and Volodymyr-Volynsky, and his army entereded important cities of the land.

 

@ Samples:

 

(1206) [5: kötet 6; p.307; Doc.# 191]

< Andrew II (+1235), King of Hungary 1205 >

Andreas Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Chroacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerieque Rex

 

(1211) [5: kötet 6; p.348; Doc.# 213]

Andreas Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerieque Rex

 

(1222) [5: kötet 6; p.408; Doc.# 255]

Andreas Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerieque Rex

 

(Sep 1235) [9: svezak 3; p.445; Doc.# 388]

Andreas Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerieque rex

 

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

 

(1225) [15: pars I; p.51; Doc.# XLII]

< Béla IV (+1270), Co-King; King of Hungary 1235 >

Bela, Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Gallicie, Rame, Seruie, Lodomerieque Rex,

primogenitus Regis Andree et rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1236-1270

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania;

 

@ Added:

 

- Cumania

Note. During the Mongol invasion, the Cumans appealed to King Béla IV of Hungary for protection, in return for which they offered to convert to Christianity. King Béla accepted their offer.

 

@ Samples:

 

(1237) [5: kötet 7; p.30; Doc.# 19]

< Béla IV (+1270), Co-King, King of Hungary 1235 >

Bela Dei gracia Hungarie, Croachie, Dalmacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Cumanieque Rex

 

(1247) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.3; Doc.# I]

Bela, dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanieque rex

 

(1260) [5: kötet 7; p.543; Doc.# 387]

Bela Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanieque Rex

 

(May 1270) [9: svezak 5]

Stephanus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanieque rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- 1259-1259 ( Stephen V as Junior King)

 

King of Hungary;

Duke of Styria;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Sep 1259) [5: kötet 7; p.507; Doc.# 359]

< Stephen V (+1272), Co-King; King of Hungary 1270 >

Stephanus Dei gracia Rex

primogenitus Illustris Regis Hungarie et

Dux Stirie

 

(1259) [5: kötet 7; p.508; Doc.# 360]

Nos Stephanus Dei gracia Rex,

primogenitus Illustris Regis Hungarie, et

Dux Styrie

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- 1259-1270 ( Stephen V as Junior King )

 

King of Hungary;

Duke of the Transylvanians;

Lord of the Cumans;

 

@ Samples:

 

(1261) [5: kötet 8; p.9; Doc.# 6]

< Stephen V (+1272), Co-King; King of Hungary 1270 >

Stephanus Dei gracia, Rex

primogenitus Illustris Regis Vngarie,

Dux Transsiluanus, et

Dominus Cumanorum

 

(1263) [5: kötet 8; p.69; Doc.# 46]

Stephanus Dei gracia junior Rex Hungarie,

Dux Transsiluanus,

Dominus Cumanorum

 

(1268) [5: kötet 8; p.200; Doc.# 134]

Stephanus Dei gracia junior Rex Hungarie,

Dux Transsyluanus,

Dominus Cumanorum

 

(1270) [5: kötet 8; p.254; Doc.# 175]

Stephanus Dei gracia junior Rex Hungarie,

Dux Transsiluanus,

Dominus Cumanorum

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1270-1322

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

 

@ Added:

 

- Bulgaria

Note. In 1266, King Stephen V's forces took Vidin and reasserted the Hungarian control over the Western Bulgaria.

 

@ Samples:

 

(June 1270) [9: svezak 5; p.546]

< Stephen V (+1272), Co-King, King of Hungary 1270 >

Stephanus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie Bulgarieque rex

 

(June 1284) [5: kötet 9; p.388; Doc.# 275]

< Ladislas IV "the Cuman" (+1290), King of Hungary 1272 >

Ladizlaus Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruiae, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

(Apr 1294) [9: svezak 7; p.172; Doc.# 151]

< Andrew III (+1301), King of Hungary 1290 >

Andreas dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie,Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

(Feb 1303) [61: tomus I (1871); p.107; Doc.# 120]

< Wenceslas (+1306), King of Hungary [1301-1305]; King of Bohemia ( Wenceslas III) & Poland 1305 >

Ladizlaus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Magnifici domini Wencezlai Boemie et Polonie Regis primogenitus

 

(1306) [7: kötet 1; p.117; Doc.# 109]

< Otto (+1312), King of Hungary [1305-07]; Duke of the Lower Bavaria >

Otto dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex

 

(Sep 1307) [7: kötet 1; p.131; Doc.# 124]

< Charles I (+1342), King of Hungary 1301/1308 >

Karolus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex

 

(Dec 1322) [9: svezak 9; p.95; Doc.# 81]

Karolus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- ( Charles Martel of Anjou )

 

Notes:

1. In 1292, Charles of Anjou (+1295), the eldest son of King Charles II of Naples and Mary of Hungary (+1323), was crowned King of Hungary by the Pope's legate. The Pope opposed the election of Andrew III, and claimed the right to chose the Kings of Hungary. The most of the Hungarians recognized Andrew III as King, only some Croatian nobles supported Charles. After Charles's death in Naples, his son Charles (I) Robert (+1342) inherited the claims. In 1301, after Andrew III's death, Charles (I) Robert was was crowned King by the Archbishop of Esztergom. The Hungarians who opposed Charles I Robert supported the claims of Wenceslas III, King of Hungary, and then Otto, Duke of Bavaria. The civil war that followed ended only in 1310 when Charles I Robert was recognized by all the Hungarians.

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1292) [33: knjiga VII (1863); p.21; Doc.# XV]

< Charles of Anjou (+1295), King of Hungary 1292 >

Karolus primogenitus illustris Jerusolimi et Sicilie regis,

dei gracia Ungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Gallicie, Rame, Servie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

princeps Salernitanus &

montis S. Angeli dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1322-1371 ( Charles I; Louis I "the Great" )

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Added:

 

- Salerno, Monte Sant' Angelo

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1323) [9: svezak 9; p.113; Doc.# 97]

< Charles I (+1342), King of Hungary 1301/1308 >

Karolus dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Seruie, Gallitie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

princeps Salernitanus, et

Honoris ac montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(May 1325) [9: svezak 9; p.238; Doc.# 194]

Carolus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

princeps Sallernitanus et

Honoris ac montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(June 1334) [15: pars I; p.106; Doc.# LXXXIV]

Karolus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex

Princeps Sallernitanus, et

honoris ac montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

(Mar 1348) [13: p.433-434]

< Louis I "the Great" (+1382), King of Hungary 1342, of Naples, of Poland 1370 >

Lodovicus Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex

Princeps Sallernitanus et

Honoris ac Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1348-1350 ( Louis I "the Great" )

 

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua, of Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Added:

 

- Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua

In 1347 King Louis I (+1382) invaded the Kingdom of Naples to avenge the murder of his younger brother, Andrew (+1345), consort Joan I, Queen of Naples. In 1348 he occupied Naples.

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1348) [19: kötet II; p.262; Doc.# 244]

< Louis I "the Great" (+1382), King of Hungary 1342, of Naples, of Poland 1370 >

Ludovicus Dei gracia Hungarie, Jerusalem, et Sicilie, Ducatus Apulie et Principatus Capue, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Princeps Salernitanus et

Honoris Montis Sancti Angelí Dominus

 

(Mar 1348) [19: kötet I; p.348; Doc.# 253]

Lodovicus Dei gratia Vngarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, Ducatus Apulie, et Principatus Capue, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Princeps Salernitanus et

Honoris Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

(July 1348) [19: kötet II; p.303; Doc.# 266-A]

Ludovicus Dei gracia Hungarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, Ducatus Appulie, Principatus Capue, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Bulgarie, Cumanieque Rex,

Princeps Salernitanus, et

Honoris Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

(Sep 1348) [19: kötet II; p.314; Doc.# 266-H]

Nos Lodovicus Dei gratia Hungarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, Ducatus Apulie, Principatus Capue, nec non Dalmacie, Chroacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Princeps Salernitanus, et

Honoris Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1350-1370 ( Louis I "the Great" )

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Removed:

 

- Jerusalem, Sicily, of the Duchy of Apulia, of the Principality of Capua

King Louis I of Hungary could not get the assent of Pope Clement VI to his possession of Naples, therefore Louis called off the Italian campaign, and renounced all claims on the Neapolitan Crown.

 

@ Samples:

 

(Jan 1358) [15: pars I; p.130; Doc.# XCVII]

< Louis I "the Great" (+1382), King of Hungary 1342, of Naples, of Poland 1370 >

Lodovicus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex

Princeps Salernitanus, et

Honoris ac Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

(Dec 1360) [9: svezak 13; p.86; Doc.# 62]

Lodouicus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex

princeps Salernitanus, et

honoris ac montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(Dec 1365) [9: svezak 13; p.485-486; Doc.# 353]

Lodouicus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex

princeps Sallernitanus, et

honoris ac montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(July 1369) [9: svezak 14; p.208; Doc.# 149]

Lodovicus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex

princeps Salernitanus, et

honoris montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1370-1382 ( Louis I "the Great" )

 

King of Hungary, Poland, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1370] Poland

King Louis "the Great" succeeded his maternal uncle Casimir III in Poland (1370).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1376) [9: svezak 15; p.182; Doc.# 135]

< Louis I "the Great" (+1382), King of Hungary 1342, of Naples, of Poland 1370 >

Nos Lodouicus dei gracia Hungarie, Polonie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruiae, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

princeps Sallernitanus, et

honoris montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(June 1378) [9: svezak 15; p.383; Doc.# 281]

Lodouicus dei gracia Hungarie, Polonie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruiae, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,

princeps Sallernitanus et

Honoris montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(Nov 1381) [12: tomus 3; p.514; Doc.# 1795]

nos igitur Lodovicus, Dei gracia Ungarie, Polonie, Dalmacie, Chrovacie, Ravie, Serviae, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,

princeps Salernitanus et

Honoris montis sancti Angeli dominus

 

(Apr 1382) [19: kötet III; p.472; Doc.# 235]

Nos Lodovicus Dei gratia Hungarie, Pollonie, Dalmatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Commanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Princeps Salernitanus et

Honoris ас Montis Sancti Angeli Dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1382-1385 ( Mary I of Anjou )

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Removed:

 

- [1382] Poland

After the death of King Louis "the Great" Poland separated from Hungart (1382).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1383) [19: kötet III; p.502; Doc.# 270]

< Mary I (+1395), Queen of Hungary [1382-1385; 1386-1395]; ~ 1385 Sigismund (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Maria Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Regina,

Princeps Salernitana et

Honoris Montis Sancti Angeli Domina

 

(Apr 1384) [36: tom II; p.250; Doc.# B]

Maria Dei gratia Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Ramae, Serviae, Galiciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque regina,

princeps Salernitana et

honoris ac montis sancti Angeli domina

 

(May 1384) [60: Band III; p.772; Doc.# 879]

Maria dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque regina,

princeps Sallernitana et

Honoris, montis sancti Angeli domina

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1385-1386 ( Charles II "the Short" )

 

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicilia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

 

@ Replaced:

 

- [1385] Salerno, Monte Sant' Angelo with Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont

Charles (II) "the Short", King of Naples, was crowned King of Hungary after Queen Mary I was forced to renounce the throne (1385).

 

@ Samples:

 

(June 1385) [10: kötet 1; p.92; Doc.# CLI]

< Charles "the Short" (+1386), Duke of Slavonia, of Durazzo; King of Naples (Charles III) 1381, of Hungary 1385 (Charles (II) >

Karolus Dei gratia Ungarie, Jerusalem et Sicilie, necnon Dalmatie, Crovatie, Rame, Servie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,

Provincie et Forcalquerii ac Pedimontis comes

 

(Jan 1386) [15: pars I; p.153; Doc.# CXII]

Karolus dei gracia Vngarie, Jerosolimi et Sicilie, nec non Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Prouincie et Forcalgrij et Pedimontis Comes

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1386-1395 ( Mary I of Anjou )

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Salerno;

Lord of Monte Sant' Angelo;

 

@ Removed:

 

- [1386] Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont

King Charles II was murdered, and Mary I, the former Queen, regained the Crown of Hungary (1386).

 

(Dec 1388) [70: kötet V (1873); p.180; Doc.# 135)

Maria Dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Regina,

Princeps Sallernitana et

Honoris ac montis Sancti Angeli Domina

 

@ Samples [Regents]:

 

(Mar 1387) [39: Band II (1857); p.339; Doc.# g]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Nos Sigismundus Dei gratia Marchio Brandenburgensis,

sacri romani imperii Archicamerarius, nec non

regni Hungarie Dominus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1387-1410 ( Sigismund of Luxembourg )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Margrave of Brandenburg;

 

@ Samples:

 

(May 1387) [4: Band 11; p.381; Doc.# 431]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Nos Sigismundus dei gracia Hungarie Dalmacie Croacie Rame Servie Galicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgarieque rex,

marchio Brandemburgensis,

sacri Romani Imperii archicamerarius, atque

Boemie et Luczemburgensis heres

 

(July 1390) [14: p.392; Doc.# 355]

Sigismundus Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Seruie, Gallitie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex ac

marchio Brandenburgensis,

sacri Romani imperii archicamararius, necnon

Bohemie et Lucemburgensis heres

 

(Apr 1405) [59: godina IV (1902); p.176]

Sigismundus dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,

marchioque Brandemburgensis ac

sacri Romani imperii archicamerarius nec non

Bohemie et Lucemburgensis heres

 

(Apr 1406) [10: kötet 1; p.141-142; Doc.# CLXXXVIII]

Sigismundus Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex, ac

marchio brandemburgensis,

sacri romani imperii archicamerarius, necnon

Bohemie et lucemburgensis heres

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Margrave of Brandenburg;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Jan 1408) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.16; Doc.# V]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Nos Sigismundus dei gracia rex Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, etc.

Marchioque Brandemburgensis, etc.

sacri Romani impery vicarius generalis et regni Bohemie gubernator

 

(Apr 1409) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.18; Doc.# VI]

Sigismundus dei gracia rex Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc.

marchioque Brandenburgicus etc.

sacri Romani imperii vicarius generalis et

regni Bohemie gubernator

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1410-1419 ( Sigismund of Luxembourg )

 

Note. In 1410, King Sigismund was elected King of the Romans.

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Margrave of Brandenburg;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1416) [68: tome IV; partie I (1780); p.252] < Erection of Savoy to the rank of Duchy >

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Sigismundus Dei graria Romanorum Rex semper Augustus, ac

Hungarić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Ramć, Servić, Gallicić, Lodomerić, Comanić, Bulgarićque Rex, ac

Marchio Brandemburgensis, nec non

Bohemić & Lucemburgensis hćres

 

(May 1418) [37: p.102; Doc.# XIV]

Nos Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper Augustus ac

Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Marchio Brandenburgensis nec non

Bohemie et Lucenburgensis heres

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- ( Ladislas of Naples )

 

Notes.

1. King Ladislas of Naples, and the son of King Charles II "the Short", claimed the Crown of Hungary. In 1403, Ladislas landed at Zadar / Zara in Dalmatia. His authority in Dalmatia remained restricted to Zadar and few other lands. In 1409, when Ladislaus was about to be defeated, he sold his rights on Dalmatia to the Venetian Republic.

 

King of Hungary, Jerusalem, Sicilia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Count of Provence, Forcalquier, Piedmont;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Aug 1403) [15: pars I; p.174; Doc.# CXXVII]

< Ladislas (+1414), King of Naples 1386 >

Vladislaus, Dei Gratia Hungariae, Jerusalem, Siciliae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Ramae, Serviae, Galitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque Rex

Provintie et Forcalquerii et Pedimontis Comes

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1419-1429 ( Sigismund of Luxembourg )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1419] Bohemia

King Sigismund succeeded his brother Wenceslas in Bohemia (1419).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Oct 1421) [38: kötet I; p.454; Doc.# CCCXLVI]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Sigismundus dei gratia romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex,

marchio Brandemburgensis, necnon

Lucemburgensis heres

 

(July 1423) [70: kötet III (1866); p.344; Doc.# 239)

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper Augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Marchio Brandemburgensis necnon

Lucemburgensis Heres

 

(June 1425) [70: kötet V (1873); p.220; Doc.# 154)

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper augustus, ac

Hungarie, Bochemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Marchio Brandenburgensis nec non

Lucemburgensis heres

 

(Feb 1426) [69: kötet I (1870); p.164; Doc.# XCVI]

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper Augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemia, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Galicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex,

Marchio Brandenburgensis et

Lucenburgensis Heres necnon

Barbara dei gracia Regnorum predicterum Regina

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(June 1422) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.27; Doc.# XI]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Sigismundus, dei gracia Romanorum rex semper augustus, ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1429-1433 ( Sigismund of Luxembourg )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

 

@ Removed:

 

- Brandenburg

Notes. 1. In Sep 1429, King Sigismund gave the Neumark part of Brandenburg as fief to the Teutonic Order [71: Band III (1894); p.35, 496]. The Order had kept the territory as a pawn since 1402 [71: Band III (1894); p.18].

2. In 1415, King Sigismund ceded Brandenburg (without Neumark) to Frederick of Hohenzollern, Burgrave of Nurnberg. In 1417, Sigismund formally invested Frederick with Brandenburg.

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1430) [22: p.295; Doc.# CLVIII]

< Sigismund of Luxembourg (+1437), Margrave of Brandenburg; King of Hungary 1387, of the Romans 1410, of Bohemia 1419; Emperor of the Romans 1433 >

Sigismundus dei gratia romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex et

Lucemburgensis heres

 

(Feb 1431) [70: kötet III (1866); p.362-363; Doc.# 251)

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper Augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex et

Lucemburgensis Heres

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(1429) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.29; Doc.# XIII]

Sigismundus, dei gracia Romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex

 

(May 1430) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.30; Doc.# XV]

Sigismundus, dei gracia Romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex

 

(Oct 1431) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.31; Doc.# XVI]

Nos Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum rex semper augustus, ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1433-1437 ( Sigismund of Luxembourg )

 

Note. In 1433, King Sigismund was crowned Emperor of the Romans.

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1436) [23: svezak 1; p.242-243; Doc.# 234]

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum imperitor semper Augustus аc

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1436) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.33; Doc.# XVIII]

Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum imperator semper augnstus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, etc. rex

 

(July 1436) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.42; Doc.# XXIII]

Nos Sigismundus dei gracia Romanorum imperator semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1437-1438 ( Albert [ II as King of the Romans ] )

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Duke of Austria, Styria;

Margrave of Moravia;

 

@ Replaced:

 

 - [1437] the Romans with Austria, Styria, Moravia

Albert V, Duke of Austria and Styria, Margrave of Moravia, succeeded his father-in-law Sigismund in Hungary (1437).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1438) [10: kötet 1; p.304; Doc.# CCCII] [16: kötet IV (1900); p.43; Doc.# XXIV]

< Albert (+1439), Duke of Austria ( Albert V) 1404; Margrave of Moravia 1423; King of the Romans (Albert II) 1438, of Hungary 1437, of Bohemia 1438; ~ Elizabeth  of Luxembourg (+1442), daughter of Sigismund, Emperor, King of Hungary & Bohemia >

Albertus Dei gratia rex Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc.,

Austrieque et Stirie dux, necnon

marchio Moravie etc.

 

(Mar 1438) [34: p.124; Doc.# CLXXXVII]

Nos Albertus dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie etc. rex,

Austrieque et Stirie dux ас

marchio Moravie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1438-1439 ( Albert [ II as King of the Romans ] )

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Duke of Austria;

 

@ Added:

 

 - [1438] Bohemia

King Albert was elected King of Bohemia (1438).

 

@ Removed:

 

- Styria, Moravia

Note. In 1438, King Albert of Hungary was elected King of the Romans.

 

@ Samples:

 

(June 1438) [70: kötet V (1873); p.230; Doc.# 161)

< Albert (+1439), Duke of Austria ( Albert V) 1404; Margrave of Moravia 1423; King of the Romans (Albert II) 1438, of Hungary 1437, of Bohemia 1438; ~ Elizabeth  of Luxembourg (+1442), daughter of Sigismund, Emperor, King of Hungary & Bohemia >

Albertus dei gracia Romanorum Rex semper Augustus ac

Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. Rex,

Electus Rex Bohemie et

dux Austrie etc.

 

(Nov 1438) [10: kötet 1; p.312; Doc.# CCCVI]

Albertus Dei gratia romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemia, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc. rex ac

dux Austrie etc.

 

(Dec 1438) [34: p.129; Doc.# CXCII]

Albertus dei gratia Romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie etc. rex et

dux Austrie

 

(June 1439) [10: kötet 1; p.325; Doc.# CCCXIII] [34: p.131; Doc.# CXCIII] [16: kötet IV (1900); p.45; Doc.# XXV]

Albertus Dei gratia romanorum rex semper augustus ac

Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc. rex ac

dux Austrie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1439-1440 ( Interregnum )

 

@ Removed:

 

- [1439] the Romans, Bohemia, Austria, ...

After King Albert's death the union with Bohemia and Austria ended (1439).

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1440-1444 ( Vladislas I of Poland )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Supreme Duke of Lithuania;

Hereditary Lord of Russia;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1440] Poland, Lithuania, Russia

Vladislas III, King of Poland, was elected King of Hungary (1440).

 

@ Samples:

 

(July 1440) [62: tomus III (1827); p.444; Doc.# CI]

< Vladislas (+1444), King of Poland (Vladislas III) 1434, of Hungary(Vladislas I) 1440 >

Uladislaus Dei gratia Hungariae, Poloniae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Ramae, Serviae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cummaniae, Bulgariaeque Rex etc.,

Litvaniaeque Princeps Supremus et

Haeres Russiae

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Polonia, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Supreme Duke of Lithuania;

Hereditary Lord of Russia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Aug 1440) [10: kötet 1; p.381; Doc.# CCCXX]

< Vladislas (+1444), King of Poland (Vladislas III) 1434, of Hungary(Vladislas I) 1440 >

Wladislaus Dei gratia Hungarie, Polonia, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc. rex,

Lithvanieque princeps supremus et

heres Russcie

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1444-1453 ( Ladislas "Posthumous" of Austria )

 

@ Removed:

 

- [1444] Poland, Lithuania, Russia

The union of Hungary and Poland ended with the death of King Vladislas I (1444).

 

@ Added:

 

- [1444] Austria, Styria, Moravia, ...

Ladislas, Duke of Austria, Margrave of Moravia, was elected King of Hungary (1444).

 

@ Samples [Regents]:

 

(Mar 1444) [45: p.63; Doc.# XIV]

< John of Hunyad (+1456), Regent of Hungary in 1446-1453; Voivode of Transylvania >

Nos Joannes de Hunyad, Vaivoda Transilvanus,

Siculorumque, nec non Comitatuum Szolnok et Temesiensis Comes,

Supremusque Capitaneus armorum et dux militiae exercitus christianissimi regis Hungariae

 

(1446) [45: p.87; Doc.# XXIV]

Johannes de Hunyad pro illustrissimo infante Ladislao, nato condam Alberti regis, electo

regni Hungariae Gubernator generalis et

Vaivoda Transilvanus

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1453-1457 ( Ladislas "Posthumous" of Austria )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Duke of Austria, Styria;

Margrave of Moravia;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1453] Bohemia

King Ladislas of Hungary was elected King of Bohemia (1453).

 

@ Samples:

 

(May 1453) [10: kötet 1; p.387-388; Doc.# CCCLXXIII]

< Ladislas (+1457), Duke of Austria & Margrave of Moravia 1440, King of Hungary 1444, of Bohemia 1453 >

Ladislaus Dei Gratia Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex, necnon

Austrie et Stirie dux ac

marchio Moravie etc.

 

(May 1456) [57: kötet X (1853); p.506; Doc.# CCLV]

Ladislaus dei gratia Ungarie Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex, ac

Austrie et Stirie Dux, necnon

Marchio Moravie

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Duke of Austria, Styria;

Margrave of Moravia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(1453) [45: p.194; Doc.# LXIV]

< Ladislas (+1457), Duke of Austria & Margrave of Moravia 1440, King of Hungary 1444, of Bohemia 1453 >

Ladislaus, Dei gratia Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae etc. Rex,

Austriaeque et Stiriae Dux, nec non

Marchio Moraviae etc.

 

(July 1454) [10: kötet 2; p.2; Doc.# IV]

Nos Ladislaus Dei gratia rex Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc., necnon

Austrie et Stirie dux, ac

marchio Moravie etc.

 

(Dec 1456) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.51; Doc.# XXIX]

Nos Ladislaus, dei gracia rex Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. ac

Austrie et Styrie dux, necnon

marchio Moravie etc.

 

(Feb 1457) [15: pars I; p.202; Doc.# CXXXIX]

Nos Ladislaus, Dei gracia Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie etc. Rex,

Austrieque et Styrie Dux, nec non

Marchio Moravie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1457-1458 ( Interregnum )

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1458-1469 ( Matthias I )

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

 

@ Removed:

 

 - [1457] Bohemia, Austria, Styria, Moravia, ...

With King Ladislas' death the union Hungary with Bohemia and Austria ended (1457).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1464) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.58; Doc.# XXXV]

< Matthias I Corvinus (+1490), King of Hungary 1458 >

Mathias dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie. Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

(July 1464) [10: kötet 2; p.76-77; Doc.# LXVII]

Mathias Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex

 

(June 1465) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.64; Doc.# XXXVIII]

Mathias, dei gracia Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque rex

 

(Aug 1466) [10: kötet 2; p.103; Doc.# XCII]

Mathias Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1469-1486 ( Matthias I )

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Duke of Luxemburg, Silesia;

Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia;

 

@ Added:

 

 - [1469] Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, Luxembourg, Lusatia

King Matthias was invited by enemies of George of Podebrad to replace him as King of Bohemia. Matthias gained control over some lands of the Crown of Bohemia (Moravia, Silesia and Lusatia) (1469).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1477) [65: Band II (1855); p.119; Doc.# XVIII]

< Matthias I Corvinus (+1490), King of Hungary 1458 >

Mathias Dei gracia Hungarie Bohemia Dalmacie Croacie Rame Seruie Gallicie Lodomerie Comanie Bulgarieque rex nec non

Slesie et Lucemburgensis dux,

Moravieque et Lusacie marchio etc.

 

(June 1486) [10: kötet 2; p.172; Doc.# CLXIX]

Mathias Dei gratia Hungarie, Bohemia, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallitie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex, necnon

Slesie et Lucemburgensis dux,

marchioque Moravie et Lusatie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1486-1490 ( Matthias I )

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Duke of Austria, Luxemburg, Silesia;

Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia;

 

@ Added:

 

 - Austria

King Matthias I conquered Austria (1485).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1487) [10: kötet 2; p.179; Doc.# CLXXI]

< Matthias I Corvinus (+1490), King of Hungary 1458 >

Mathias Dei gratia Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, Rame, Servie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie Bulgarieque rex, ac

Austrie, Slesie et Lucemburgensis dux, necnon

Lusacie et Moravie marchio

 

(July 1489) [70: kötet V (1873); p.369; Doc.# 245)

Mathias dei gracia Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Comanie, Bulgarieque Rex, necnon

Austrie, Slesie et Lucemburgensis Dux,

Marchioque Morauie et Lusacie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1490-1526

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Duke of Luxemburg, Silesia;

Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia;

 

@ Removed:

 

 - [1490] Austria

Austria returned back to the House of Habsburg with the death of King Matthias I (1490).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1496) [15: pars I; p.234 Doc.# CLVIII]

< Vladislas (+1516), King of Bohemia 1471, of Hungary 1490 >

Wladislaus, Dei gracia Hungarie, Bohemie, Dalmacie, Croacie, Rame, Seruie, Gallicie, Lodomerie, Cumanie, Bulgarieque Rex, nec non

Silesie et Lucemburgensis Dux,

Marchioque Morauie et Lusacie &c.

 

(1517) [6: p.12]

Wladislaus Dei gratia Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Ramae, Serviae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque Rex: ac

Silesiae, et Lucemburgensis Dux: nec non

Moraviae et Lusatiae Marchio

 

(Dec 1517) [43: kötet XII; évfolyam 1863; p.90; Doc.# 113]

< Louis (+1526), King of Hungary (Louis II) & Bohemia 1516 >

Ludouicus Dei gracia Hung. Bohem. Dalm. Croac. Rame, Seruie Gallic. Lodom. Cuman. Bulgarieque Rex, necnon

Slesie et Lucemburgensis Dux,

Marchioque Morauie et Lusacie etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- 1526-1540 ( John I of Szapolya )

 

Notes:

1. In 1526, King Louis II of Hungary was killed in the battle of Mohacs with the Turks; and some Hungarians elected John of Szapolya / Zápolya as King of Hungary; other nobles elected Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria. In 1526-1571, there were two Kings of Hungary.

 

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia;

Margrave of Moravia, Lusatia;

Duke of both Silesias;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1529) [40: p.58-59; Doc.# 24]

< John I of Szapolya / Zápolya (+1540), King of Hungary 1526 >

Joannes dei gratia rex Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie et

Marchio Morauie ac Lusacie et

vtriusque Slesie dux etc.

 

(Dec 1531) [40: p.152; Doc.# 61]

Nos Joannes dei gratia rex Hungarie, Dalmacie, Croacie, etc.

marchio Morauie ac Lusacie et

vtriusque Slesie dux etc.

 

(Nov 1533) [41: tome III (1881); p.484; Doc.# XV]

Johannes, Dei gratia rex Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, et

marchio Moravie ac Lusatie et

utriusque Slesie dux

 

(Feb 1540) [11: Doc # 126]

Nos Joannes Dei gratia rex Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, etc.

marchio Moraviae ac Lusatiae et

utriusque Sleziae dux, etc.

 

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

 

(July 1519) [25: kötet III (1890); p.203; Doc. # 556]

< John I of Szapolya / Zápolya (+1540), King of Hungary 1526 >

Johannes de Zapolija Comes perpetuus terre Scepusiensis,

Waijwodaque Transsiluanus, et

Siculorum Comes etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- 1540-1570 ( John II of Szapolya )

 

Notes:

1. In 1540, after King John I's death his infant, John II Sigismund of Szapolya, was recognized as King of Hungary.

2. In 1570, John II Sigismund of Szapolya, abdicated in favor of the Emperor Maximilian II, and became the first Prince of Transylvania under the overlordship of the King of Hungary.

 

@ Samples:

 

(Nov 1559) [42: p.152; Doc.# XIX]

< John II of Szapolya (+1571), King of Hungary [1540-1570]; Prince of Transylvania [1570-1571] >

Joannes Secundus, Dei gratia Electus Rex Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, etc.

 

(Mar 1561) [25: kötet V; p.78; Doc. # 945]

Nos Joannes secundus Dei gratia electus rex Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae etc.

 

(1566) [26: kötet I; p.59; Doc.# 2]

Nos Joannes secundus, dei gratia electus rex Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae

 

(1569) [46: volumul II; partea 5 (1897); p.674; Doc.# CCCXLVII]

Nos Joannes Secundus Dei Gratia Electus Rex Hungarie, Dalmatie, Croatie, etc.

 

@ Samples [Regents]:

 

(Feb 1557) [46: volumul II; partea 5 (1897); p.401; Doc.# CLXIV]

< Isabella (+1559) ), a daughter of King Sigismund I of Poland; ~ John I of Szapolya / Zápolya (+1540), King of Hungary 1526 >

Nos Isabella Dei Gratia Regina Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1526-1558

 

Note. In 1531, King Ferdinand I was elected King of the Romans.

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of Luxemburg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Württemberg, Teck;

Prince of Swabia;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, the Enns, Burgau, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1526] Austria, Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Württemberg, Teck, Swabia, Habsburg, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia, Alsace, "Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire", the Enns, Burgau, the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins

Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, was elected King of Bohemia and Hungary after the death of King Louis II (1526).

 

- Slavonia

 

@ Samples:

 

(Nov 1548) [23: svezak 3; p.137-138; Doc.# 101]

< Ferdinand I (+1564), Archduke of Austria 1520; King of Bohemia & Hungary 1526, of the Romans 1531; Emperor of the Romans 1558 >

Nos Ferdinandus divina favente clementia Romanorum, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. rex semper Augustus,

infans Hispaniarum,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae,

marchio Morauiae,

dux Lucetnburgae, ac Superioris et Interioris Silesiae, Wierthembergae et Thekae,

princeps Sueuiae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kiburgi et Goritiae,

landgravius Alsatiae,

marchio sacri Romani imperii, supra Anasum, Burgouiae, ac Superioris et Inferioris Lusatiae,

dominus marchiae Sclauonicae, portus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1558-1608

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of Luxemburg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Württemberg, Teck;

Prince of Swabia;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, the Enns, Burgau, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins;

 

@ Samples:

 

(May 1558) [59: godina IV (1902); p.180; Doc.# IV]

< Ferdinand I (+1564), Archduke of Austria 1520; King of Bohemia & Hungary 1526, of the Romans 1531; Emperor of the Romans 1558 >

Nos Ferdinandus diuina fauente clementia Romanorum electus imperator semper augustus ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Seruiae, Galitiae, Lodomeriae, Bulgariaeque etc rex,

infans Hispaniarum,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Stiriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae,

marchio Morauiae,

dux Lucemburgae ac superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Virtembergae et Thekae,

princeps Sueuiae,

comes Habspurgi, Tirolis, Ferretis, Kiburgi et Goritiae,

landtgrauius Alsatiae,

marchio sacri Romani imperi, supra Anasum, Burgouiae ac superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

dominus marchiae Sclauonicae, Portus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

(Aug 1572) [16: kötet IV (1900); p.160; Doc.# XCIV]

< Maximilian (+1576), Co-King 1562 / King of Bohemia & Hungary 1564; King of the Romans 1562; Emperor (Maximilian II ) 1564 >

Nos Maximiliamus secundus, dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator, semper augustus, ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. rex;

archidux Austriae;

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae. Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae;

marchio Moraviae;

dux Luxemburgae, superiorisque et inferioris Silesiae, Wierthembergae et Thekae;

princeps Sveviae;

comes Habspurgi, Tirolis, Ferreti, Kiburgi et Goritiae;

landtgravius Alsatiae;

marchio sacri Romani imperii supra Anasum Burgoviae, ac superioris et inferioris Lusatiae;

dominus marchiae Sclavonicae, portus Naonis et Salinarum, etc.

 

(Mar 1602) [23: svezak 2; p.75; Doc.# 39]

< Rudolf (+1612), Co-King 1572 / King of Hungary [1576-1608], Co-King 1575 / King of Bohemia [1576-1611]; King of the Romans 1575; Emperor (Rudolf II ) 1576 >

Nos Rvdolphus secundas divina favente dementia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus, ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. rex,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae,

marchio Moraviae,

dux Lucemburgae, ac Superioris et Inferioris Silesiae, Wierthembergae et Thekae,

princeps Sueuiae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis, Ferreti, Kyburgi et Goritiae,

landgravius Alsatiae,

marchio sacri Romani imperii supra Anasum Burgouiae, ac Superioris et Inferioris Lusatiae,

dominus marchiae Sclauonicae, Portus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1608-1611 ( Matthias II )

 

@ Removed:

 

 - [1608] Bohemia

Rudolf II, Emperor of the Romans, ceded Hungary to his younger brother, Matthias (1608).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1608) [43: évfolyam 1884; p.398]

< Matthias (+1619), King of Hungary (Matthias II) 1608, of Bohemia 1611; Emperor of the Romans 1611 >

Mathias secundus dei gratia Ungariae, Dalmatie, Croatiae, Sclavoniaeque, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. rex,

designatus in regem Bohemiae,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Styriae, Carinthiae Carnioiae, ac Wiertembergae,

marchio Moraviae,

comes Habsburgi et Tirolis

 

(Dec 1609) [59: godina IV (1902); p.262; Doc.# VII]

Nos Matthias secundus dei gratia Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Seruiae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. rex,

designatus in regem Bohemiae,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae et Wierthembergae,

marchio Morauiae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1611-1711

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of Luxemburg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Württemberg, Teck;

Prince of Swabia;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, the Enns, Burgau, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins;

 

@ Added:

 

 - [1611] Bohemia

Emperor Rudolf II, ceded the Crown of Bohemia to his younger brother, King Matthias of Hungary (1611).

 

@ Samples:

 

(May 1620) [23: svezak 2; p.107; Doc.# 60]

< Ferdinand II (+1637), King of Bohemia 1619/1620; King of Hungary 1619; Emperor of the Romans 1619 >

Nos Ferdinandus secundus dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus, ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Seruiae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque rex,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae,

marchio Morauiae,

dux Lucemburgae, ac Superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Wierthembergae et Theckae,

princeps Sueuiae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kiburgi et Goritiae,

landtgravius Alsatiae,

marchio sacri Romana imperii supra Anasum Burgouiae, ac Superioris et Inferioris Lusatiae,

dominus marchiae Sclauonicae, portus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

(1646) [15: pars I; p.318; Doc.# CCVI]

< Ferdinand III (+1637), Co-King 1627 / King of Bohemia 1637; Co-King 1625 / King of Hungary 1637; King of the Romans 1636; Emperor of the Romans 1637 >

Nos Ferdinandus Tertius, Dei Gratia Electus Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus, ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. Rex,

Archidux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carniolae,

Marchio Morauiae,

Dux Lucemburgae, ac superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Wierthembergae & Thecae,

Princeps Sveviae,

Comes Habsburgi, Tyrolis, Ferreti, Cyburgi, Goritiae,

Landgravius Alsatiae,

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, supra Anasum, Burgoviae ac superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

Dominus Marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis & Salinarum &c

 

< Ferdinand IV (+1654), Co-King of Bohemia 1646; Co-King of Hungary 1647; King of the Romans 1653 >

 

(July 1668) [31: Band 59 (1880); p.480; Doc. # II]

< Leopold I (+1705), Co-King 1656 / King of Bohemia 1657; Co-King 1655 / King of Hungary 1657; Emperor 1658 >

Leopoldus divina favente clementia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Galitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae Bulgariaeque rex,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae,

marchio Moraviae,

dux Lucemburgae ac superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Virttembergae et Thekae,

princeps Sveviae,

comes Habsburgi, Tyrolis, Fereti, Kyburgi et Goritiae,

landgravius Alsatiae,

marchio sacri Rornani imperii supra Anasum, Burgoviae ac superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

dominus Marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

(Mar 1708) [24: p.376]

< Joseph I (+1711), King of Bohemia 1705; Co-King 1687 / King of Hungary 1705; King of the Romans 1690; Emperor 1705 >

Nos Josephus Dei gratia electus Romauorum Imperator semper Augustus, ас

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Rhamae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae Bulgariaeque Rex,

Archi-Dux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae,

Marchio Moraviae,

Dux Lucemburgae ac superioris et inferions Sylesiae, Wirttembergae et Theckae,

Princeps Sueviae,

Comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis, Ferreti, et Goritiae,

Landgravius Alsatiae,

Marchio < Sacri > Romani Imperii, supra Anasum, Burgouiae ac utriusque Lusatiae,

Dominus Marchiae Sclavonicae, pontus Naonis et Salinarum etc.

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Margrave of Moravia;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Gorizia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Aug 1648) [58: kötet II (1892); p.485; Doc.# CX]

Nos Ferdinandus Tertius Dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae etc. rex,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae,

marchio Moraviae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis et Goritiae etc.

 

(Dec 1681) [1: p.260]

Nos Leopoldus Dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus ac

Germanić, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, etc. rex,

archidux Austrić,

dux Burgundić, Brabantić, Styrić, Carinthić, Carniolić,

marchio Moravić,

comes Habsburgi, Tyrolis et Goritić etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

>>> --- 1620-1622 ( Gabriel Bethlen )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Prince of Transylvania;

Count of the Székelys;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Apr 1621) [25: kötet VI; p.57; Doc. # 1075]

< Gabriel Bethlen (+1629), King of Hungaria [1620-1622]; Prince of Transylvania [1613-1629]; Duke of Opole & Racibórz 1622 >

Nos Gabriel, Dei gratia electus Hungariae, Daimatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque rex;

Transsylvaniae princeps ac

Siculorum comes etc.

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of Hungary, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia;

Prince of Transylvania;

Count of the Székelys;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Nov 1620) [20: Jahrgang 1620 (1872); p.270]

< Gabriel Bethlen (+1629), King of Hungaria [1620-1622]; Prince of Transylvania [1613-1629]; Duke of Opole & Racibórz 1622 >

Gabriel, Dei gracia Electus Hungariae, Dalmatiae, Croaciae, Sclavoniae etc. Rex,

Transylvaniae Princeps et

Siculorum Comes

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1711-1740 ( Charles III [ VI as Emperor ] )

 

-- the Full form

 

King of the Spains, Castile, Leon, Aragon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria, Navarra, Grenada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarve, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary and of West & East Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Milan, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Luxemburg, Württemberg, Teck, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Athens, Neopatria;

Prince of Swabia;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Barcelona, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia, Roussillon, Cerdagne;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Margrave of Oristano;

Count of Gociano;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Biscay, Molina, Salins, Tripoli, Mechelen;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1711] the Spains, Castilia, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Navarra, Grenada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia, Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, of West & East Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Athens, Neopatria, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Oristano, Gociano, Biscaya, Molin, Tripoli, Milan, Flanders, Mechelen

Charles, a claimant to the inheritance of King Charles II of Spain, secceeded his brother Joseph in Hungary (1711).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Aug 1712) [54: ročník 17, číslo 1 (2007); p.44]

< Charles (+1740), Emperor of the Romans (Charles VI) 1711; King of Hungary (Charles III) & Bohemia 1711; Archduke of Austria 1711; King of Spain (Charles "III") [1703-1712] >

Nos Carolus sextus, Dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator, semper augustus, ac

rex Germaniae, Hispaniarum, Castellae, Arragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hyerusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Servie, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae, Navarrae, Granatae, Toieti, Valentiae, Galletiae, Maioricarum Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algecirae, Gibrabaris, insularum Canariae nec non Indiarum orientalium et occidentalium insularum ac terrae, firmae, occeani, maris etc,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Corinthiae, Carnioliae, Luxemburgi, Wirthembergae et Tekae, superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Athenarum et Neopatriae,

princeps Sueviae,

marchio sacri Romani imperii, Burgoviae, Moraviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barchinonae, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Roscilionis et Ceritaniae,

landgravius Alsatiae,

marchio Oristani et

comes Gocceani,

dominus marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis, Biscaiae, Molini, Salinarum, Tripolis et Mechliniae etc.

 

(Jan 1724) [55: p.333-334; Doc.# 207]

Nos Carolus Sextus Dei gratia electus Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus, ac

Rex Germaniae, Hispaniarum, Castellae, Arragonum, Legionis, vtriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Ramae, Seruiae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae, Nauarrae, Grannatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galleciae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarby, Algecirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, et Occidentalium Insularum, ac terrae firmae, maris Oceani etc.

Archidux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Luxenburgi, Viertembergae, et Thekae, Superioris ac inferioris Silesiae, Athenarum, et Neopatriae,

Princeps Sueuiae,

Marchio S. Romani Imperii, Burgoviae, Moraviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

Comes Habsburgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barchinonae, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae,

Landgravius Alsatiae,

Marchio Oristani, et

Comes Gocceani,

Dominus Marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis, Biscajae, Molini, Salinarum, Tripolis, et Mechliniae etc.

 

(Feb 1725) [30: kötet II (1853); p.18]

Nos Carolus Sextus Divina favente Clementia Electus Romanorum Imperator semper Augustus, ac

Rex Germaniae, Hispaniarum, Castellae, Arragonum, Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hierusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae, Navarrae, Grannatae, Toleti, Valentiae, Galletiae, Majoricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Giennis, Algarbii, Algecirae, Gibraltaris, Insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum Orientalium, et Occidentalium Insularum, ac Terrae firmae, Maris Oceani etc.

Archidux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Luxenburgi, Vierthenbergae, et Thekae, superioris ac inferioris Silesiae, Athenarum, et Neopatriae,

Princeps Sveviae,

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, Burgouiae, Morauiae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

Comes Habsburgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barchinonae, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Rossilionis, et Ceritaniae,

Landgrauius Alsatiae,

Marchio Oristani, et

Comes Gocceani,

Dominus Marchiae Sclauonicae, Portus Naonis, Biscaiae, Molini, Salinarum, Tripolis, et Mechliniae etc.

 

(Jan 1737) [23: svezak 2; p.261; Doc.# 209]

Nos Carolus sextus dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustas, ac

rex Germaniae, Hispaniarum, Castellae, Aragonum Legionis, utriusque Siciliae, Hyerusalem, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae, Navarrae, Granatae, Tolleti, Vallenciae, Galletiae, Maioricarum, Hispalis, Sardiniae, Cordubae, Corsicae, Murtiae, Gienis, Algarbii, Algecirae, Gibraltaris, insularum Canariae, nec non Indiarum orientalium et occidentalium, insularum, ac terrae firmae maris Oceani etc,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae,Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Luxemburgi, Vierthembergae et Thecae, Superioris et Inferioris Silesiae, Athenarum et Neopatriae,

princeps Sveviae,

marchio sacri Romani imperii Burgoviae, Moraviae, Superioris et Inferioris Lusatiae,

comes Habsburgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Barchinonae, Ferretis, Kiburgi, Goritiae, Rossilionis et Ceritaniae,

landgravius Alsatiae,

marchio Oristani et

comes Gocceani,

dominus marchiae Slavonicae, Portus Naonis, Biscaiae, Molini, Salinarum, Tripolis et Mechliniae etc.

 

 

-- the Short form

 

King of the Spains, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Luxemburg, Württemberg, Teck, the Upper & Lower Silesia;

Prince of Swabia;

Margrave of Moravia;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Gorizia;

 

@ Samples:

 

(Oct 1712) [58: kötet II (1892); p.514; Doc.# CXXXI]

Carolus Sextus Dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus ac

Germaniae, Hispaniarum, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniaeque etc rex,

archidux Austriae,

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae,

marchio Moraviae,

comes Habspurgi, Tyrolis et Goritiae etc.

 

(Nov 1729) [1: p.662]

Nos Carolus VI Dei gratia electus Romanorum imperator semper Augustus ас

Germanić, Hispaniarum, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonićque etc. rex,

archidux Austrić,

dux Burgundić, Brabantić, Styrić, Carinthić, Carniolić,

marchio Moravić,

comes Habsburgi, Tyrolis et Goritić etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1740-1745 ( Mary-Theresa )

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Upper & Lower Silesia, Brabant, Milan, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Mantua, Parma, Piacenza, Limburg, Luxembourg, Gelderland, Württemberg;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Prince of Swabia;

Princely Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca, Artois;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Count of Namur;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins, Mechelen;

{Duke of Lorraine, Bar;

Grand Duke of Tuscany;}

 

@ Replaced:

 

- [1740] Castilia, Aragon, Leon, both Sicilies, Jerusalem, Navarra, Grenada, Toledo, Valencia, Galicia (in Spain], Majorca, Sevilla, Sardinia, Cordova, Corsica, Murcia, Jaen, the Algarves, Algeciras, Gibraltar, the Islands of Canary, of West & East Indias, Mainland of the Ocean sea, Teck, Athens, Neopatria, Barcelona, Roussillon, Cerdagne, Oristano, Gociano, Biscaya, Molin, Tripoli with Parma, Piacenza, Limburg, Gelderland, Gradisca, Lorraine, Bar, Tuscany

Mary-Theresa, wife of Francis, Grand Duke of Tuscany and the former Duke of Lorraine and Bar, succeeded her father Emperor Charles VI, and a new version of the Royal title was introduced (1740). This version reflected the following.

1) Mary-Theresa did not inherited titles of her father, related to the Crown of Spain.

3) By a preliminary peace concluded in October 1735 and ratified in the Treaty of Vienna in November 1738, which ended the War of the Polish Succession, Emperor Charles VI exchanged Naples and Sicily for Parma and Piacenza with Charles of Bourbon.

4) In 1717, Austia acquired the County of Gradiska after extinction of the Princely House of Eggenberg.

 

@ Samples:

 

(Oct 1741) [2: p.6]

< Mary-Theresa (+1780), Queen of Hungary & Bohemia 1740; Archduchess of Austria 1740; ~ Francis I (+1765), Duke of Lorraine [1729-1737]; Grand Duke of Tuscany 1737; Emperor of the Romans 1745 >

Nos Maria Theresia, divina favente clementia regina Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae;

archi-dux Austriae;

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, superioris, et inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, Limburgiae, Lucemburgiae, Geldriae, et Würthembergae;

princeps Sueviae;

marchio sacri Romani Imperii, Burgoviae, Moraviae, superioris, et inferioris Lusatiae;

comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Gradiscae, et Arthesiae;

landgravia Alsatiae;

comes Namurci,

domina marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis, Salinarum, et Mechliniae,

nupt dux Lotharingiae, et Barri;

magna-dux Hetruriae etc. etc.

 

(May 1745) [27: p.489; Doc.# 3]

Nos Maria Theresia Divina Favente Clementia Regina Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae. Slavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariae;

Arcbidux Austriae;

Dnx Burgundiae, superioris, et inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, Limburgi, Luxemburgi, Geldriae, Virthembergae;

Princeps Sveviae;

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, Burgoviae, Moraviae, superioris, et inferioris Lusatiae;

Comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goriti, Gradiscae, et Arthessiae;

Landgrafia Alsatiae;

Comes Namurci,

Domina Marchiae Slavonicae, Portus Naonis, Salinarum, et Mechliniae,

Nupta Dux Lotharingiae, ac Barri;

Magna Duix Hetruriae etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1745-1765 ( Mary-Theresa )

 

Note. In 1745, Francis, husband of Queen Mary-Theresa, was elected Emperor of the Romans.

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Burgundy, Upper & Lower Silesia, Brabant, Milan, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, Mantua, Parma, Piacenza, Limburg, Luxembourg, Gelderland, Württemberg;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, Moravia, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Prince of Swabia;

Princely Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Ferrette, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca, Artois;

Landgrave of Alsace;

Count of Namur;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Portenau, Salins, Mechelen;

{Duke of Lorraine, Bar;

Grand Duke of Tuscany;}

 

@ Samples:

 

(May 1746) [50: knjiga XXX (1902); p.213-214; Doc.# I] < for Croatia >

< Mary-Theresa (+1780), Queen of Hungary & Bohemia 1740; Archduchess of Austria 1740; ~ Francis I (+1765), Duke of Lorraine [1729-1737]; Grand Duke of Tuscany 1737; Emperor of the Romans 1745 >

Nos Maria Theresia, divina favente elementia Romanorum imperatrix, ac

Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, Bulgariaeque etc. regina;

archidui Austriae;

dux Burgundiae, Brabantiae, superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, Limburgiae, Lucemburgae, Geldriae, Wurthembergae;

princeps Sveviae;

marchio sacri Romani imperii, Burgoviae, Moraviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae;

comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Gradiscae, et Arthesiae;

landgravia Alsatiae;

comes Namurci;

domina marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naouis, Salinarum et Meehliniae etc. etc.

 

(Aug 1751) [2: p.70]

Nos Maria Theresia, divina favente clementia Romanorum imperatrix, ac

Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Ramć, Servić, Gallitić, Lodomerić, Cumanić et Bulgarić regina;

archi-dux Austrić;

dux Burgundić, Brabantić, superioris, et inferioris Silesić, Mediolani, Styrić, Carinthić, Carniolić, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, Limburgić, Lucemburgić, Geldrić, et Würthembergć;

princeps Suević;

marchio sacri Romani Imperii, Burgović, Moravić, superioris, et inferioris Lusatić;

comes Habspurgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritić, Gradiscć, et Arthesić;

landgravia Alsatić;

comes Namurci,

domina marchić Sclavonicć, Portus Naonis, Salinarum, et Mechlinić, etc. etc.

 

(July 1759) [50: knjiga XXX (1902); p.228-229; Doc.# V] < for Croatia >

Nos Maria Theresia, dei gratia Romanorum imperatrir, ac

Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclavoniae, Ramae, Serviae, Gallitiae, Lodomeriae, Cumaniae, et Bulgariae regina apostolica;

archidux Austriae;

dux Burgundiae, superioris et inferioris Silesiae, Brabantiae, Mediolani, Styriae, Carinthiae, Carnioliae, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, Limburgiae. Lucemburgae, Geldriae, et Wurtembergae;

marchio sacri Romani imperii, Moraviae, Burgoviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae;

princeps Sveviae;

comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Ferretis, Kyburgi, Goritiae, Gradiscae, et Arthesiae;

landgravia Alsatiae;

comes Namurci;

domina marchiae Sclavonicae, Portus Naonis, Salinarum et Mechliniae;

dux Lotharingiae et Barri;

magna dux Hetruriae etc.

 

(Mar 1765) [2: p.100]

Nos Maria Theresia, divina favente clementia Romanorum imperatrix,

Germanić, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Ramć, Servić, Gallitić, Lodomerić, Cumanić, et Bulgarić regina apostolica;

archi-dux Austrić;

dux Burgundić, superioris, et inferioris Silesić, Brabantić, Mediolani, Styrić, Carinthić, Carniolić, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, Limburgić, Lucemburgić, Geldrić, et Würthembergć;

marchio sacri Romani Imperii, Moravić, Burgović, superioris, et inferioris Lusatić;

princeps Svević;

comes Habspurgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Ferreti, Kyburgi, Goritić, Gradiscć, et Arthesić;

landgravia Alsatić;

comes Namurci,

domina marchić Sclavonicć, portus Naonis, Salinarum, et Mechlinić,

dux Lotharingić, et Barri;

magna-dux Hetrurić etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1765-1780 ( Mary-Theresa )

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Bosnia, Serbia, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria,

Duke of Burgundy, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola,

Grand Prince of Transylvania,

Margrave of Moravia,

Duke of Brabant, Limburg, Luxembourg, Gelderland, Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Milan, Mantua, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Oswiecin, Zator;

Prince of Swabia;

Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Hainaut, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, the Upper and Lower Lusatia;

Count of Namur;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Mechelen;

{Duke of Lorraine, Bar;

Grand Duke of Tuscany;}

 

@ Replaced:

 

- Transylvania (Principality), Alsace, Ferrette, Artois, Salins, Pordenone with Transylvania (Grand Principality), Guastalla, Hainaut

 The new version of the Royal title was introduced. It reflected among other the following events:

1) The elevation of Transylvania to the rank of Grand Principality;

2) In 1746, during the War of Austrian Succession, Joseph, Duke of Guastalla and the only remaining male member of this branch of the House of Gonzaga, died, and Austria annexed his Duchy. Austria lost Guastalla by the second Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle / Aachen in October 1748.

3) the recognition of the territorial losses of Alsace, Ferrette, Artois, Salins (owned by France), and Pordenone (owned by the Venetian Republic).

 

- [1772] Oswiecin, Zator

The acquisition of the Duchies of Oswiecin, Zator by the first partition of Poland (1772).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Feb 1777) [49: p.407, 409-410; Doc.# 257]

< Mary-Theresa (+1780), Queen of Hungary & Bohemia 1740; Archduchess of Austria 1740; ~ Francis I (+1765), Duke of Lorraine [1729-1737]; Grand Duke of Tuscany 1737; Emperor of the Romans 1745 >

Nos Maria Theresia Diuina fauente Clementia Romanorum Imperatrix Vidua,

Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Sclauoniae, Lodomeriae, Galliciae, Bosniae, Seruiae, Cumaniae, et Bulgariae, Regina apostolica,

Archi-Dux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, et Carnioliae,

Magna Princeps Transyluaniae,

Marchio Morauiae,

Dux Brabantiae, Limburgiae, Lucemburgae, Geldriae, Wiirtembergae, Superioris et Inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, et Gvastallae, Auschuiczy et Zatori,

Princeps Sueuiae,

Comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Hannouiae, Kyburgi, Goritiae et Gradiscae,

Marchio Sacri Romani Impery, Burgouiae, Superioris, et Inferioris Lusatiae,

Comes Namurci,

Domina Marchiae Sclauonicae et Mechliniae,

Vidua Dux Lotharingiae, et Barri,

Magna Dux Hetruriae etc.

 

(Apr 1779) [48 : svezak II (1862); p.131] [28: p.263] < for Croatia >

Nos Maria Theresia, Divina favente clementia Romanorum Imperatrix Vidua,

Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Slavoniae, Lodomeriae, Galliciae, Bosniae, Serviae, Cumaniae et Bulgariae Regina Apostolica,

Archi-Dux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Styriae, Carinthiae et Carnioliae,

Magna Princeps Transylvaniae,

Marchio Moraviae,

Dux Brabanthiae, Limburgiae, Geldriae, Virtembergae, Superioris et Inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae et Guastallae, Auschvitzi et Zatori,

Princeps Sveviae,

Comes Habsburgi, Flandriae Tyrolis, Hannoviae, Kyburgi, Goritiae et Gradiskae,

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, Burgoviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

Comes Namurci,

Domina Marchiae Sclavoniae et Mechliniae,

Vidua Dux Lotharingiae et Barri,

Magna Dux Hetruriae etc. etc.

 

(Apr 1780) [47: p.66; Doc.# 56]

Nos Maria Theresia Divina favente clementia Romanorum Imperatrix vidua,

Hungariae, Bohemiae, Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Slavoniae, Galliciae, Lodomeriae, Bosniae, Serviae, Cumaniae, et Bulgariae Regina Apostolica,

Archi Dux Austriae,

Dux Burgundiae, Styriae, Carinthiae, et Carnioliae,

Magna Princeps Transylvaniae,

Marchio Moraviae,

Dux Brabantiae, Limburgiae, Lucemburgae, Geldriae ac Würtembergae, superioris, et inferioris Silesiae, Mediolani, Mantuae, Parmae, Placentiae, Guastallae, Aschvitzii, et Zatori,

Princeps Sueviae,

Comes Habspurgi, Flandriae, Tyrolis, Hannoniae, Kyburgi, Goritiae, et Gradiscae,

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, Burgoviae, superioris et inferioris Lusatiae,

Comes Namurci;

Domina Marchiae, Sclavoniae, et Mechliniae;

Vidua Dux Lotharingiae et Barri,

Magna Dux Hetruriae etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1780-1804

 

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Rama, Serbia, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria,

Duke of Burgundy, Lorraine, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola,

Grand Duke of Tuscany;

Grand Prince of Transylvania,

Margrave of Moravia,

Duke of Brabant, Limburg, Luxembourg, Gelderland, Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Milan, Mantua, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Calabria, Bar, Montferrat, Cieszyn, Oswiecin & Zator;

Prince of Swabia, Charleville;

Count of Habsburg, Flanders, Tyrol, Hainaut, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Margrave of the Holy Roman Empire, of Burgau, the Upper and Lower Lusatia, Pont-ŕ-Mousson, Nomeny;

Count of Namur, Provence, Vaudémont, Blâmont, Zutphen, Saarwerden, Salm, Falkenstein;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Mechelen;

 

@ Added:

 

- [1780] Calabria, Montferrat, Charleville, Pont-ŕ-Mousson, Nomeny, Cieszyn, Falkenstein, Provence, Vaudémont, Blâmont, Zutphen, Saarwerden, Salm

The new version of the Hungarian title was introduced when Joseph II, the Head of the House of Lorraine and Count of Falkenstein, succeeded his mother, Maria-Theresia, in Hungary, Austria, Bohemia, and her other possessions (1780).

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1781) [51: p.159; Doc.# II]

< Joseph (+1790), Emperor of the Romans 1765 (Joseph II); King of Hungary & Bohemia 1780; Archduke of Austria 1780; >

Nos Josephus secundus Divina Favente clementia Electus Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus,

Germanić, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Galitić, Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić, et Bulgarić Rex Apostolicus,

Archidux Austrić,

Dux Burgundić, Lotharingić, Styrić, Carinthić, et Carniolić,

Magnus Dux Hetrurić,

Magnus Princeps Transylvanić,

Marchio Moravić,

Dux Brabantić, Limburgi, Lucemburgi, et Geldrić, Würtenbergć, Superioris, et Inferioris Sylesić, Mediolani, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, et Guastallć, Osvecinić, et Zatorić, Calabrić, Barri, Montisferrati, et Teschinć,

Princeps Suević, et Carolopolis,

Comes Habspurgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Hannonić, Kyburgi, Goritić, et Gradiscć,

Marchio Sacri Romani Imperii, Burgović, Superioris et Inferioris Lusatić, Mussoponti, et Nomenei,

Comes Namurci, Provincić Valdemontis, Albimontis, Zutphanić, Sarverdć, Salmć, et Falkensteinii,

Dominus Marchić Slavonicć, et Mechlinić

 

(Mar 1791) [2: p.138]

< Leopold II / Peter-Leopold (+1792), Grand Duke of Tuscany [1765-1790]; Emperor of the Romans 1790; Archduke of Austria 1790; King of Hungary & Bohemia 1790 >

Nos Leopoldus Secundus divina favente clementia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus;

Germanić, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallitić, Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus,

archi-dux Austrić,

dux Burgundić, Lotharingić, Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić,

magnus dux Hetrurić,

magnus princeps Transylvanić,

marchio Moravić,

dux Brabantić, Limburgi, Lucemburgi et Geldrić,

Wurtemburgć, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Mediolani, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, Guastallć,

Osvecinić et Zatorić, Calabrić, Barri, Montis Ferrati et Teschinć,

princeps Svević, et Carolopolis,

comes Habsburgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Hannonić, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio sacri Romani Imperii, Burgović, superioris et inferioris Lusatić, Mussoponti et Nomenei,

comes Namurci, Provincić, Valdemontis, Albimontis, Zutphanić, Sarverdć, Salmć et Falkenstenii,

dominus Marchić Sclavonicć et Mechlinić etc

 

(1792) [2: p.230]

< Francis (+1792), Emperor of the Romans (Francis II) [1792-1806]; Archduke of Austria 1792; King of Hungary & Bohemia 1792; Emperor of Austria 1804 (Francis I) >

Nos Franciscus divina favente clementia Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus,

archi-dux Austrić,

dux Burgundić, Lotharingić, Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić,

magnus dux Hetrurić,

magnus princeps Transylvanić,

marchio Moravić,

dux Brabantić, Limburgi, Lucemburgi et Geldrić,

Wurtemburgć, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Mediolani, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, Guastallć,

Osvecinić et Zatorić, Calabrić, Barri, Montis Ferrati et Teschinć,

princeps Svević, et Carolopolis,

comes Habsburgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Hannonić, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio sacri Romani imperii, Burgović, superioris et inferioris Lusatić, Mussoponti et Nomenei,

comes Namurci, Provincić, Valdemontis, Albimontis, Zutphanić, Sarverdć, Salmć et Falkenstenii,

dominus Marchić Sclavonicć et Mechlinić etc.

 

(Oct 1802) [2: p.276]

Nos Franciscus Secundus divina favente clementia electus Romanorum imperator, semper augustus;

Germanić, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus,

archi-dux Austrić,

dux Burgundić, Lotharingić, Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić,

magnus dux Hetrurić,

magnus princeps Transylvanić,

marchio Moravić,

dux Brabantić, Limburgi, Lucemburgi et Geldrić,

Wurtemburgć, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Mediolani, Mantuć, Parmć, Placentić, Guastallć,

Osvecinić et Zatorić, Calabrić, Barri, Montis Ferrati et Teschinć,

princeps Svević, et Carolopolis,

comes Habsburgi, Flandrić, Tyrolis, Hannonić, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio sacri Romani Imperii, Burgović, superioris et inferioris Lusatić, Mussoponti et Nomenei,

comes Namurci, Provincić, Valdemontis, Albimontis, Zutphanić, Sarverdć, Salmć et Falkenstenii,

dominus Marchić Sclavonicć et Mechlinić etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1804-1806 ( Francis [ II as Roman Emperor ] )

 

Emperor of Austria;

King of Jerusalem, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Rama, Serbia, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Lorraine, Venice, Salzburg, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Grand Prince of Transylvania;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of Württemberg, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Oswiecin & Zator, Cieszyn, Friaul, Zara;

Prince of Swabia, Eichstädt, Passau, Trent, Brixen, Berchtoldsgaden, Lindau,

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Margrave of Burgau, the Upper & Lower Lusatia;

Landgrave in Breisgau, in the Ortenau, Nellenburg;

Count of Montfort, Hohenems, the Upper & Lower Hohenberg, Bregenz, Sonnenberg,

Rothenfels, Blumeneck, Hofen;

Lord of the Wendish Mark, Padua, Verona, Vicenza;

 

@ Replaced: Austria 1804-1806

 

@ Added:

 

- Jerusalem

 

@ Samples:

 

(Nov 1805) [2: p.314]

< Francis (+1792), Emperor of the Romans (Francis II) [1792-1806]; Archduke of Austria 1792; King of Hungary & Bohemia 1792; Emperor of Austria 1804 (Francis I) >

Nos Franciscus Secundus divina favente clementia electus Romanorum imperator semper augustus;

hćreditarius Austrić imperator;

Germanić, Hierosolimć, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus;

archi-dux Austrić;

dux Lotharingić, Venetiarum, Salisburgi, Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić;

magnus princeps Transylvanić;

marchio Moravić;

dux Wurtemburgć, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Parmć, Placentić, Guastallć,

Osvecinić et Zatorić, Teschinć, Forojulii et Jaderć;

princeps Svević, Quercopolis, Passavić, Tridenti et Brixinć, Berchtoldgadenć et Lindaugić;

comes Habsburgi, Tyrolis, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio Burgović, superioris et inferioris Lusatić;

landgravius Brisgović, Ortenavić et Nellenburgi;

comes Monteforti et Alta Amisić, superioris et inferioris Hohenbergć, Brigantii, Sonnenbergć, Rothenfelssi, Blumenekii, et Hovenć;

dominus Marchić Sclavonicć, Patavii, Veronć, Vincentić etc. etc. etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1806-1836

 

Emperor of Austria,

King of Jerusalem, Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Rama, Serbia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Cumania, Bulgaria;

Archduke of Austria;

Duke of Lorraine, Salzburg, of Würzburg & in Franconia, of Styria, Carinthia, Carniola,

Grand Duke of Crakow;

Grand Prince of Transylvania;

Margrave of Moravia,

Duke of Sandomierz, Mazovia, Lublin, the Upper & Lower Silesia, Oswiecin & Zator, Cieszyn, Friaul;

Prince of Berchtoldsgaden, Mergentheim;

Count of Habsburg, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Margrave of the Upper & Lower Lusatia & in Istria;

Lord of the Lands of Wolyn, Podlachia, Brzesz, Triest, Freudenthal, Eulenberg, the Wendish Mark;

 

@ Added: see Austria 1806-1836

 

@ Removed: see Austria 1806-1836

 

@ Samples:

 

(Dec 1807) [2: p.332]

< Francis (+1792), Emperor of the Romans (Francis II) [1792-1806]; Archduke of Austria 1792; King of Hungary & Bohemia 1792; Emperor of Austria 1804 (Francis I) >

Nos Franciscus Primus divina favente clementia Austrić imperator;

Hierosolymć, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, et Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus;

archi-dux Austrić;

Lotharingić, Salisburgi, Virceburgi et in Franconia dux;

dux Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić;

magnus dux Cracović;

magnus princeps Transylvanić;

marchio Moravić;

dux Sandomirić, Massović, Lublini, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Osvecinić et Zatorić, Teschinć, Foro-Julii, etc;

princeps Berchtoldgadenć et Mergentheimii;

comes Habsburgi, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio superioris et inferioris Lusatić, nec non Istrić;

dominus terrarum Vollhynić, Podlachić, et Beresti, Tergesti, in Freudenthal, Eulenberg, et Marchić Sclavonicć etc. etc.

 

(May 1812) [2: p.416]

Nos Franciscus Primus divina favente clementia Austrić imperator;

Hierosolymć, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, et Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus;

archi-dux Austrić;

Lotharingić, Salisburgi, Virceburgi et in Franconia dux;

dux Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić;

magnus dux Cracović;

magnus princeps Transylvanić;

marchio Moravić;

dux Sandomirić, Massović, Lublini, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Osvecinić et Zatorić, Teschinć, Foro-Julii, etc;

princeps Berchtoldgadenć et Mergentheimii;

comes Habsburgi, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio superioris et inferioris Lusatić, nec non Istrić;

dominus terrarum Vollhynić, Podlachić, et Beresti, Tergesti, in Freudenthal, Eulenberg, et Marchić Sclavonicć etc.

 

(Aug 1827) [2: p.430]

Nos Franciscus Primus divina favente clementia Austrić imperator;

Hierosolymć, Hungarić, Bohemić, Dalmatić, Croatić, Sclavonić, Gallicić, et Lodomerić, Ramć, Servić, Cumanić et Bulgarić rex apostolicus;

archi-dux Austrić;

Lotharingić, Salisburgi, Virceburgi et in Franconia dux;

dux Styrić, Carinthić et Carniolić;

magnus dux Cracović;

magnus princeps Transylvanić;

marchio Moravić;

dux Sandomirić, Massović, Lublini, superioris et inferioris Silesić, Osvecinić et Zatorić, Teschinć, Foro-Julii, etc;

princeps Berchtoldgadeneć et Mergentheimii;

comes Habsburgi, Kyburgi, Goritić et Gradiscć,

marchio superioris et inferioris Lusatić, nec non Istrić;

dominus terrarum Vollhynić, Podlachić, et Beresti, Tergesti, in Freudenthal, Eulenberg, et Marchić Sclavonicć etc.

 

(1836) [3: p.3]

< Ferdinand (+1875), Emperor of Austria (Ferdinand I) & King of Hungary (Ferdinand V) [1835-1848] >

Mi Elsö Ferdinand Isten Kegyelméböl Ausztriai Császár,

Jerusalemi, s Magyar Országnak e néven ötödik, Cseh, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Galiczia és Lodoméria, Ráma, Szerbia, Kun és Bolgár Országok Apostoli Királya,

Ausztriai Fö-Herczeg;

Lotharingai, Szalczburg, Vurczburg és Frankonia Herczeg;

Stájer, Karinthia és Karniolia Herczege;

Krakoi Nagy-Herczeg;

Erdély Nagy-Fejedelme;

Morva Ország Markgrófja;

Szandomiria, Massovia, Lublin, Felsö- és Alsó Slézia, Oszveczinia és Zátoria, Teschen és Friól sat. Herczege;

Habsburg, Kyburg, Görcz és Gradiska Grófja;

Felsö- és Alsó Lazáczia, ugy Isztria Mark-Grófja;

Vollhinia, Podlachia és Brzest, Trieszt, Freudenthal, Eulenberg és a Szláv Mark-Grófság Foldjeinek ura sat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1836-1849

 

Emperor of Austria,

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Rama, Serbia, Cumania, Bulgaria, Lombardia & Venecia, Illyria, Jerusalem;

Archduke of Austria;

Grand Duke of Tuscany;

Duke of Lorraine, Salzburg, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola;

Grand Prince of Transylvania;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of the Upper & Lower Silesia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Oswiecin & Zator, Cieszyn, Frioul, Ragusa, Zara;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Prince of Trent, Brixen;

Margrave of the Upper & Lower Lusatia, in Istria;

Count of Hohenems, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg;

Lord of Triest, Cattaro, the Wendish Mark;

 

@ Added: see Austria 1836-1849

 

@ Removed: see Austria 1836-1849

 

(1840) [3: p.83]

< Ferdinand (+1875), Emperor of Austria (Ferdinand I) & King of Hungary (Ferdinand V) [1835-1848] >

Mi Elsö Ferdinand Istennek Kedvezö Kegyelméböl Ausztriai Császár,

Magyar és Cseh Ország e néven ötödik, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Halics és Lodoméria, Ráma, Szerb, Kun és Bolgár Országok Apostoli, úgy Lombardia, Velencze, Illyria, és Jeruzsálem sat. Királya;

Ausztria Föherczege;

Hetruria Nagyherczege;

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Karantán és Karniolia Herczege;

Erdélynek Nagy-Fejedelme;

Morvai Határgróf;

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Mutina, Parma, Piacenza és Guastalla, Osvicinia és Zátoria, Teschen, Friaul, Ragusa és Zára sat. Herczege;

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görcz és Gradiska Grófja;

Trient és Brixen sat. Fejedelme;

Fel- és Al-Lausitz és Istria Határgrófja;

Hoch-Ems, Valzirk, Bregent, Sonnenberg sat. Grófja;

Triest, Kattaro és a Szláv Határgrófság Ura sat.

 

(1844) [3: p.195]

Mi Elsö Ferdinand Istennek Kedvezö Kegyelméböl Ausztriai Császár;

Magyar és Cseh Ország e néven ötödik, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Galiczia és Lodoméria, Ráma, Szerb, Kun és Bolgár Országok Apostoli, úgy Lombardia, Velencze, Illyria, és Jeruzsálem Királya sat.;

Ausztria Föherczege;

Hetruria Nagyherczege;

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Karantán és Karniolia Herczege;

Erdélynek Nagy-Fejedelme;

Morvai Határgróf;

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza és Guastalla, Osvicinia és Zátoria, Teschen, Friaul, Ragusa és Zára sat. Herczege;

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görcz és Gradiska Grófja;

Trient és Brixen sat. Fejedelme;

Fel- és Al-Lausitz és Istria Határgrófja;

Hoch-Ems, Valzirk, Bregent, Sonnenberg sat. Grófja;

Triest, Kattaro és a Szláv Határgrófság Ura sat.

 

(Dec 1848) [52: kötet II; p.366]

< Francis-Joseph I (+1916), Emperor of Austria & King of Hungary 1848 >

Mi első Ferencz József, isten kedvező kegyelméből Ausztriai császár,

Magyar, Cseh, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Halics, Lodomér, Ráma, Szerb, Kun- és Bolgár-országok apostoli, úgy Lombardia, Velencze, Illíria, Jeruzsálem stb. királya;

Ausztria főherczege;

Toscana nagyherczege;

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Korontán és Krajna herczege;

Erdély nagyfejedelme;

Morvai őrgróf;

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacen za, Guastalla, Osvieczim és Zátor, Teschen, Friaul, Raguza és Zára stb. herczege;

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görz és Gradiska grófja;

Trient és Brixen fejedelme;

Fel- és Al-Luzsicza s Istria őrgrófja;

Hohenembs, Feldkirch, Bregencz, Sonnenberg stb. grófja;

Triest, Cattaro és a Szláv őrgrófság ura stb.

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1849-1866 ( Francis-Joseph I )

 

@ Added:

 

- Crakow

The annexation of the Free City of Crakow (1846).

 

- the Bukowina

The creation of the Crown Land of the Bukowina (1849).

 

@ Samples [Auxiliary]:

 

(Oct 1860) [53: kőtet II (1866); p.12; Doc.# 4]

< Francis-Joseph I (+1916), Emperor of Austria & King of Hungary 1848 >

Mi Elsó Ferencz József Isten kegyelmébol ausztriai csaszár,

Magyar- és Csehország, Lombárdia és Velencze, Dalmát-, Horvát-, Tótország, Galiczia, Lodomeria és Illyria s Jeruzsálem királya stb.;

Ausztria föherczege;

Toscana és Krakkó nagyherczege;

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Stajer, Karantán, Krajna és Bukovina herczege;

Erdély nagyfejedelme;

Morvaország órgrófja;

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza és Guastalla, Osvieczin és Zátor, Teschen, Friaul, Raguza és Zara herczege;

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görz és Gradiska herczegitett grófja;

Trient és Brixen fejedelme;

Fel- és Al-Lausitz, és Istria örgrófja;

Hohenembs, Feldkireh, Bregenz, Sonnenberg stb. grófja;

Triest, Cattaró és a szláv őrgrófság ura; a

Szerbvajdaság nagyvajdája stb.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--- 1866-1918

 

Emperor of Austria,

King of Hungary, Bohemia, Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Galicia, Lodomeria, Rama, Serbia, Cumania, Bulgaria, Illyria, Jerusalem;

Archduke of Austria;

Grand Duke of Tuscany, Crakow;

Duke of Lorraine, Salzburg, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola, the Bukowina;

Grand Prince of Transylvania;

Margrave of Moravia;

Duke of the Upper & Lower Silesia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Oswiecin & Zator,

Cieszyn, Frioul, Ragusa, Zara;

Count of Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Gorizia, Gradisca;

Prince of Trent, Brixen;

Margrave of the Upper & Lower Lusatia, in Istria;

Count of Hohenems, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg;

Lord of Triest, Cattaro, the Wendish Mark;

 

@ Removed:

 

- [1866] Lombardia & Venice

Note. Austria lost Lombardy in 1859 and Venice in 1866.

 

@ Samples:

 

(July 1867) [3: p.325]

< Francis-Joseph I (+1916), Emperor of Austria & King of Hungary 1848 >

Mi Elsö Ferencz József Isten Kedvezö kegyelméböl Ausztriai Császár,

Magyar, Cseh, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Halics, Ladomér, Ráma, Szerb, Kun és Bolgár országok Apostoli, úgy Illyria, Jeruzsálem stb. Királya,

Ausztria föherczege,

Toscana és Krakó nagyherczege,

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Korontán, Krajna és Bukovina herczege,

Erdély nagyfejedelme,

Morvai örgróf,

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Osvieczim és Zátor, Teschen, Friaul, Ragusa és Zára stb. herczege,

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görcz és Gradiska grófja,

Trient és Brixen fejedelme,

Fel- és Al-Luzsicza s Istria örgrófja,

Hohenembs, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg stb. grófja,

Triest, Kattaro és a Szláv örgrófság ura stb.

 

(1899) [56: p.425; Doc.# 6]

Mi Elsö Ferencz József Isten kedvezö Kegyelméböl Ausztriai Császár,

Magyar, Cseh, Dalmát, Horvát, Tót, Halics, Ladomér, Ráma, Szerb, Kun és Bolgár országok Apostoli, úgy Illyria, Jeruzsálem stb. Királya;

Ausztria Föherczege;

Toscana és Krakó Nagyherczege;

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Korontán, Krajna és Bukovina Herczege;

Erdély Nagyfejedelme;

Morvai Örgróf,

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Osvieczim és Zátor, Teschen, Friaul, Ragusa és Zára stb. Herczege;

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görcz és Gradiska Grófja,

Trient és Brixen Fejedelme;

Fel- és Al-Luzsicza s Istria Örgrófja;

Hohenembs, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg stb. Grófja;

Triest, Kattaro és A Szláv Örgrófság Ura stb.

 

(Dec 1916) [35: kötet XXIII (1917); p.366; Doc.# 1380]

< Charles (+1922), Emperor of Austria (Charles I) & King of Hungary (Charles IV) [1916-1918] >

Mi I. Károly Isten kegyelméből Ausztriai császár,

Magyarország e néven IV., Apostoli Királya,

Cseh-, Dalmát-, Horvát-Szlavonországok, Galicia, Lodoméria, Ráma, Szerb-, Kún- és Bolgárországok, úgy Illyria, Jeruzsálem stb. királya,

Ausztria főhercege,

Toscana és Krakó nagyhercege,

Lotharingia, Salzburg, Steyer, Korontán, Krajna és Bukovina hercege,

Erdély nagyfejedelme,

Morvai őrgróf,

Fel- és Al-Slézia, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Guastalla, Osviecim és Zátor, Teschen, Friaul, Raguza és Zára stb. hercege,

Habsburg, Tyrol, Kyburg, Görc és Gradiska grófja,

Trient és Brixen fejedelme,

Fel- és Al-Luzsica s Istria őrgrófja,

Hohenembs, Feldkirch, Bregenz, Sonnenberg stb. grófja,

Triest, Kattaro és a Szláv őrgrófság ura stb.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Croatia

 

@ Samples:

 

(1069) [15: pars I; p.14; Doc.# VII]

ego cresimirus diuina gratia largiente chroatie atque dalmatie iura gubernans

 

(July 1071) [15: pars I; p.15-16; Doc.# VIII]

Ego Crasimir Rex Dalmatinorum et Croatorum

 

(Oct 1076) [15: pars I; p.16; Doc.# IX]

< Zwonimir (+1089), King of Croatia >

Ego Demetrius, qui et Svinimir nuncupor, Dei gratia Croatiae Dalmatiaeque Dux

 

(1076) [5: kötet 6; p.45; Doc.# 24], [15: pars I; p.19; Doc.# XII]

Ego quidem Svinimir Chroatorum atque Dalmatinorum Rex

 

(1084) [5: kötet 6; p.63; Doc.# 28]

Ego Svinimir nutu Dei Chroatorum et Dalmatinorum Rex

 

(1102) [15: pars I; p.23; Doc.# XVII]

< Koloman (+1116), King of Hungary, of Croatia >

Ego Colomannus dei gratia rex Hungarie, Croatie atque Dalmatie

 

(May 1108) [15: pars I; p.26; Doc.# XX]

Ego Colomanus Rex Vngariae, Croatiae atque Dalmatiae

 

(1111) [15: pars I; p.27; Doc.# XXI]

Ego Colomanus dei gratia Rex Hungarie,

per miseracordiam dei potitus Regno Dalmatie atque Croatie

 

(1124) [15: pars I; p.29; Doc.# XXIII]

< Stephen (+1131), King of Hungary (Stephen II) & Croatia >

Ego Stephanus Colomani filius, Rex Hungariae, Croatiae atque Dalmatiae

 

(May 1143) [15: pars I; p.29; Doc.# XXIV]

< Géza (+1162), King of Hungary (Géza II) & Croatia 1141 >

Ego Geysa Rex Hungariae, Croatiae atque Dalmatiae

 

(1169) [15: pars I; p.31; Doc.# XXVI]

< Stephen (+1172), King of Hungary (Stephen III) & Croatia 1162 >

Ego Stephanus Rex Hungarie, Croacie atque Dalmacie

 

(1198) [15: pars I; p.36; Doc.# XXXI]

< Andrew (+1235), Duke of Croatia; King of Hungary (Andrew II) & Croatia 1205 >

Ego Andreas, tertii Belae Regis filius,

Dei gratia Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Ramae, Chulmaeque Dux

 

(1200) [15: pars I; p.38; Doc.# XXXIV]

Ego Andreas, Dei gratia Dalmatiae, Croatiae, Chulmiaeque Dux

 

(Aug 1226) [15: pars I; p.52; Doc.# XLIII]

< Koloman (+1241), Duke of Croatia 1208, of Slavonia; King of Galicia [1214-1219; 1219-1221] >

nos Colomanus, Dei gratia Ruthenorum Rex, et

largitate gloriosi patris nostris Andree Hungarorum Regis,

Dux Dalmatie atque Croatie

 

(July 1308) [17: tome 2; p.351; Doc.# XXIX]

Hurosius D.G. Dalmatić, Croacić, Dioclić, Servić, ac Rasić rex, et

dominus totius maritimć regionis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix 1. Slavonia

 

@ Samples:

 

(1232) [15: pars I; p.57; Doc.# XLVI]

< Koloman (+1241), Duke of Croatia 1208, Slavonia; King of Galicia [1214-1219; 1219-1221] >

Colomanus, Dei gratia rex Ruthenorum et

dux totius Sclavoniae

 

(1240) [15: pars I; p.60; Doc.# L]

Colomanus dei gracia rex Ruthenorum et

dux tocius Sclauoniae

 

(July 1350) [15: pars I; p.118; Doc.# XCI] [19: kötet II; p.390; Doc.# 318]

< Stephen (+1354), Duke of Slavonia; a son of King Charles I of Hungary >

Stephanus, dei gracia tocius Sclauonie, Croatie & Dalmacie Dux

 

(May 1354) [15: pars I; p.124; Doc.# XCIV]

Nos Stephanus, Dei gratia totius Sclavoniae, Croatiae et Dalmatie Dux

 

(Apr 1371) [9: svezak 14; p.320; Doc.# 238]

< Charles "the Short" (+1386), Duke of Slavonia, of Durazzo; King of Naples (Charles III) 1381, of Hungary 1385 (Charles (II) >

Nos Karolus Duracii et Sclauonie dux

 

(Aug 1371) [9: svezak 14; p.364; Doc.# 273]

Nos Karolus Duracy et regni Sclauonie dux

 

(May 1372) [9: svezak 14; p.416; Doc.# 307]

Karolus de Duracio regni Sclauonie dux