Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria

Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria
1208 - 1241

Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria  Hungarian Military

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First Name Coloman
Middle Name Of
Last Name Galicia-Lodomeria
Birthday 30th November, 1207
Died 1241
Place of Death Čazma, Slavonia
Nationality Hungarian
Occupation Military

Coloman of Halych (Hungarian: Kálmán; Ukrainian: Коломан; 1208 – 1241) was the ruler—from 1214 prince, and from 1215 or 1216 to 1221 king—of Halych, and duke of Slavonia from 1226 to his death. He was the second son of Andrew II of Hungary and Gertrude of Merania. His father and Leszek the White, Duke of Poland, concluded an agreement about the marriage of Coloman and Leszek's daughter, Salomea, and the division of Halych, allotting its western regions to Leszek, the remaining lands to Coloman. The Hungarian and Polish armies occupied the principality in late 1214. Andrew II appointed a Hungarian nobleman, Benedict the Bald, to administer it on Coloman's behalf. Coloman was crowned the first king of Halych with the pope's authorization in early 1216.

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