Violant of Hungary ( Hungarian: Jolán; Catalan: Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria; Spanish: Yolanda or Violante de Hungría; c. 1215 – c. 1251) was the queen of Aragon from 1235 until 1251 as the second wife of King James I of Aragon. A member of the Hungarian House of Árpád, Queen Violant was a valuable and influential advisor of her husband.
Violant of Hungary (Kingdom of Hungary, c. 1216 – October 1251 in Huesca) was Queen consort of James I of Aragon. She is also called Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish and Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan . Violant was a daughter of Andrew II of Hungary and Violant of Courtenay.
House. Barcelona. Father. James I of Aragon. Mother. Violant of Hungary. Violant or Violante of Aragon, also known as Yolanda of Aragon (8 June 1236  – 1301), was Queen consort of Castile and León from 1252 to 1284 as the wife of King Alfonso X of Castile .
It is thought that Violant was born in 1219 in Hungary. She was the daughter of Andrew II and his second wife, Violant of Courtenay. She received a French education which instilled the values of the Cistercian order that would, years later, help her adapt to a new country, a new language and customs that were very different from the ones she ...
Born into a prominent family in the Kingdom of Hungary, he escorted Queen Violant of Hungary to the Kingdom of Aragon in 1235, where he settled down and faithfully served James I of Aragon during the Reconquista. Integrating into the local elite, Denis was the eponymous ancestor of the prominent Dionís (Dionisii) noble family.
Iolande of Hungary (1215–1251)Queen of Aragon. Name variations: Iolande Arpad; Violante of Hungary; Yolande of Hungary. Born in 1215; died in 1251 (some sources cite 1271); daughter of Andrew II, king of Hungary (r. 1205–1235), and his second wife Yolande de Courtenay (d. 1233); became second wife of James I (1208–1276), king of Aragon (r ...
Violant of Hungary (Hungarian: Jolán; Catalan: Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria; Spanish: Yolanda or Violante de Hungría; c. 1215 – c. 1251) was the queen of Aragon from 1235 until 1251 as the second wife of King James I of Aragon. A member of the Hungarian House of Árpád, Queen Violant was a valuable and influential advisor of her husband.
Violant of Castile: 24. Alfonso II of Aragon: 12. Peter II of Aragon: 25. Sancha of Castile: 6. James I of Aragon: 26. William VIII of Montpellier: 13. Marie of Montpellier: 27. Eudokia Komnene: 3. Violant of Aragon: 28. Béla III of Hungary: 14. Andrew II of Hungary: 29. Agnes of Antioch: 7. Violant of Hungary: 30. Peter II of Courtenay: 15 ...
Violant of Hungary is the 2,715th most popular politician (down from 2,674th in 2019), the 76th most popular biography from Hungary (up from 86th in 2019) and the 29th most popular Hungarian Politician. The Treaty of Trianon was signed by Hungary on June 4, 1920, in the aftermath of World War I.
Violant of Hungary (c. 1215–1251) was a Queen consort of Aragon and the second wife of King James I of Aragon. She is also called Jolánta in Hungarian, Iolanda or Violant d'Hongria in Catalan and Yolanda or Violante de Hungría in Spanish. Contents [ hide ] 1 Family 2 Marriage 3 Public Activity 4 Death and burial 5 Ancestry 6 Posterity 7 References