Vazul Árpád de Hongrie 1 2 3a

Nom de naissance Vazul Árpád de Hongrie
Nom de naissance Basile
Nom de naissance Vaszoly
Identifiant Gramps I3005
Genre masculin
Âge au décès inconnu



Vazul (Basil) (11th century – died 1037) was a Hungarian noble of the Árpád family, Duke between Morava (March) and Esztergom (Hran or Gran). He was the grandson of Taksony. His father Michael (Mihály), Duke between Morava (March) and Esztergom (Hron or Gran) (– ca 978 or bef. 997) and his mother was Michael's wife Adelajda of Poland (– aft. 997), daughter or sister of Mieszko I of Poland. His brother was Ladislaus the Bald. He was a cousin of Stephen I of Hungary. He took part in a conspiracy aimed at the murder of king Stephen, and as a result of the failed assassination attempt was excluded from the royal succession in favour of Pietro Orseolo. As punishment for his treason, Vazul had his eyes gouged out and molten lead poured in his ears and his sons were exiled.

Of Vazul's three sons (with his wife from Tátony family or a woman who may (or may not) have been daughter of Tsar Samuel of the Bulgarians, Katun Anastazya) András (Andrew I), Béla and Levente, two would ascend the throne after the dynastic struggle following the death of Stephen I. The line of Árpád kings following Stephen is therefore referred to as the Vazul line.

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Évènement Date Lieu Description Sources
Décès [E4029] 1037      
Naissance [E10534]        

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Relation avec la souche Nom Date de naissance Date de décès Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Père Mihaly Árpád de Hongrie [I3014]
Mère Adelaide de Pologne [I3015]
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