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Coloman, King of Galicia and Duke of Slavonia (1208-1241): Medieval Central Europe and Hungarian Power
by Márta Font and Gábor Barabás
Arc Humanities Press, 2019
eISBN: 978-1-64189-025-0 | Cloth: 978-1-64189-024-3
Library of Congress Classification DK4600.G3466K35413 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 943.902092

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
A figure of crucial importance to scholarship on western and eastern Europe alike, King Coloman (1208–1241) here receives long-overdue scholarly treatment as a key figure of the thirteenth century. The Árpád prince ruled over a vast area in Central Europe which remained largely affiliated to the Western Church, territories that comprise modern-day Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia, and Bosnia. This study draws on Hungarian and other research that is inaccessible outside the region and places Coloman at the crossroads of Latin Christendom, Eastern Orthodoxy, and the Mongol Empire.

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