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Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn - 2012 - 134 pages
|High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The historical term Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen was used to denote a group of territories connected to the Kingdom of Hungary within Austria-Hungary.|
|BT National parks and reserves-Colorado Wilderness areas-Colorado Holy |
Crown of Hungary UF Crown of Hungary Crown of Saint Stephen Holy Crown of
Saint Stephen Hungarian Holy Crown Magyar szent korona Magyar szentkorona
|In 1290 — the date which marks the accession of King Andrew III to the throne — |
Hungarian documentary sources for the first time identify the royal crown as
specifically the crown of Saint Stephen. Inasmuch as Andrew himself was of ...
|3 Specific legal provisions The gold, enameled, and bejeweled holy crown of |
Saint Stephen was kept in a velvet-lined box inside the royal chest (courtesy
National Archives). were not made for the physical care and safety of the crown
until the ...
|During the open-air ceremony, which took place in the Habsburg administrative |
capital for Hungary in Pressburg (now Bratislava, Slovakia), Maria Theresa
received the crown of Saint Stephen as well as his ceremonial cloak and sword.
|The interior of the chest was lined with leather and the subdivided compartments |
now contained the following pieces: the bejeweled Holy Crown of Saint Stephen;
the Royal Scepter, symbolizing royal power and justice; a 14th-century orb, ...
|The assembly set July 17th as the date of Wladislas' offi- cial coronation.41 There |
was one major obstacle to these plans; Elizabeth was still in possession of the
Holy Crown of Saint Stephen which her ladyin-waiting had stolen before ...
1977 - 23 pages
Matthew Rampley - 2012 - 206 pages
|... flagstaff. references to the apostolic crown of saint stephen (szent istván), |
revered as the first king of Hungary (1000–1038), were instantly recognisable to
a Hungarian audience. Crucially, stephen's coronation signified the entry of
Piotr Goreck, Nancy W. Deusen - 2009 - 320 pages
|In a way, the crown chosen by the nobles was also 'a crown of Saint Stephen', |
albeit not the traditional one. Such an emergency solution was not the first such
event in the history of Hungarian coronations. Already in 1308, when the (by then