Sunday, July 29, 2012

Galicia Volhynia-Hungary - List of Kings AlternateHistory

Kings of Galicia-Volhynia(King of Rus')

(1323~1370) Boleslav Yuri I - King of Rus’ (Galicia Volhynia) (House of Piast) [1]

Kings of Hungary, Galicia-Volhynia(King of Rus') and Croatia 
(1370~1420) Frederick I (House of Anjou-Hungary) [2]

Kings of Galicia
(1420 - 1453) Andrei I 'The Weak' (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia)[3] 

Kings of Rus-Hungary
(1453-1472) Piotr I (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia) [4]

Kings of Galicia and Ruthenia - Kings of Hungary and Croatia
(1472-(1498-1506)Frederick II 'The Pious' (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia) [5]

Kings of Galicia and Ruthenia - Kings of Hungary, Croatia and Naples
1507~1550 Frederick III 'The Catholic' (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia) [6]
(1550) Frederick IV 'The Young' (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia) [7]

Beys of Galicia
1550-1575: Murat I (House of Osman) [8]

Kings of Naples
1550-1579: Constantine I (House of Anjou-Hungary-Galicia-Naples) [9]

[1]Boleslav Yuri found out the attempts or plans of the Boyars in order to kill him in 1340 and he does his best to avoid contacting the dangerous Boyars but instead gave that job to a middleman or servant, later in his reign he would have the Boyars that are against him executed after the middleman pointed out the people who are trying to kill Boleslav Yuri, he encouraged the Catholicization of Galicia Volhynia.

[2]Frederick I of Hungary and Rus Started the union of Uzhorod, where in the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia was united to Hungary, he is the first King of the Rus-Hungarian Commonwealth. The Rus-Hungarian Commonwealth, he is the son of Louis of Hungary and he married Sophia, the daughter of Boleslav Yuri, the Frederick I of Hungary and Sophia are Known for their devotion to Catholicism.

[3]Andrei inherited from his father the title of King of Galicia-Volhynia, while his elder brother Stephen had the cKingdom of Hungary and Croatia. Technically independent, Andrei was nevertheless under his brother's suzerainty and the Kingdom of Galicia was still officialy and in the facts still part of St. Stephen's Crown (Rus-Hungrian Commowealth).
He's most known to not have a real proper chancery and to not have inhabited his country the half of his life.
Acting more as a vice-roy than a real king, he didn't let a real mark on his people or History.

[4] Indeed with the death of his childless uncle, and his own father (oddly enough, the same month of the same year), Piotr took the thrones of Rus and Hungary, creating Rus-Hungary. He saw the expansion of the kingdom westwards, shunning the backwards east, and instead sought to conquer Europe. The Kingdom of Poland, for instance, had been troubling him quite a bit. Married the Duchess of Naples.

[5] After a last share of the lands of Piotr, William recieved the Hungary-Croatia and Naples, while Frederic became King of Galicia and Ruthenia.
While, as Andrei I, technically the junior member of the Crown of St. Stephen, Frederic managed to keep Galicia independent in the facts. Known to have defended his borders against the turkish raids, he inherited of Hungary-Croatia at the dead of his brother (his nephew managing to keep Naples and Dalmatia for him).
He finally died in Hungary during the invasion launched by Selim II.

[6] He married the grand-daughter of Andreas Palaialogos named Maria and after Maria died he was married Isabella of Aragon, the former Queen of Portugal and the sister of Joanna the mad of Spain, he tried to reconquer Constantinople from the turks and Frederic was a defender of the Catholic faith and he was known for encouraging slavs from Galicia and the Croatia to work and settle in Naples and because of that some slavs settled Rome after the Sack of Rome on May 6, 1527, he lived long and he only had one surviving son(his son with Maria) who would be his successor and his other surviving children were female because his other male children died either on childhood or infancy, when Ivan the terrible was crowned as the Tsar of all Russias he told Ivan the terrible to convert to Catholicism, which Ivan refused to do.
[7] Frederick's weak son, whom historians theorize was inflicted with syphillis. Dies after a short stint on the throne, killed by fighting Turkish invaders. His demise is marked by the rise of Muslim rule over the country.
[8] Brother of Sultan Suleiman II, he was appointed Bey of Galicia following the death of King Frederick.
[9] Frederick's cousin and Regent of Naples, he took the Crown for himself upon hearing news of the fall of Galicia and Hungary. He repelled a Turkish assault on Bari and raided the Pelepponese with Venetian aid, establishing a long-lasting alliance in the process.


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