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Gertrud, von Andechs-Meranien, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213


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    • Gertrúd, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrud, von Andechs, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrúd, von Meranien, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrude, of Meranien, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrude, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrude, von Andechs-Meranien, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrudis, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Gertrudis, von Andechs-Meranien, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
    • Merániai Gertrúd, Queen, consort of Andrew II, King of Hungary, 1185?-1213
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1185-09-24?
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1213-09-28
    • Birth Place

        Andechs (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        Hungary
    • Death Place

        Pilis Mountains (Hungary)
    • Gender

        female
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  • Sources

    • found: Egy történelmi gyilkosság margójára : Merániai Gertrúd emlékezete, 1213-2013, 2014.
    • found: Hungarian National Library database, viewed 24 November 2015(access point: Gertrúd, Magyarország: királyné, 1185?-1213)
    • found: Hungarian Wikipedia website, viewed 24 November 2015(page for Gertrúd magyar királyné: also known as Gertrudis, or Merániai Gertrúd, in German: Gertrud von Andechs-Meran. Born 24 September 1185, died 28 September 1213. Daughter of Bertold IV Prince of Meran and youngest daughter of Agnes von Rochlitz. First wife of András II, King of Hungary, married before 1203. She was assassinated during a court hunt in the Pilis forests by a group of disgruntled noblemen)
    • found: German Wikipedia website, viewed 24 November 2015(page for Gertrud von Andechs: also known as Gertrude von Andechs-Meranien)
    • found: English Wikipedia website, viewed 24 November 2015(Gertrude of Meranien)
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    • 2015-11-24: new
    • 2016-05-22: revised
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