Louis I of Hungary
Louis the Great was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1342 and King of Poland from 1370 until his death. He was one of the most active and accomplished monarchs of the Late Middle Ages, extending territorial control to the Adriatic and securing Dalmatia, with part of Bosnia, within the Holy Crown of Hungary. Louis is the first European monarch who came into collision with the Ottoman Turks. During his reign Hungary reached the peak of its political influence.
Tomislav of Croatia | Wikiwand
Tomislav was the first king of Croatia. He became duke in c. 910, was elevated to kingship by 925 and reigned until 928. At the time of his rule, Croatia forged an alliance with the Byzantines during their struggle with the Bulgarian Empire, with whom Croatia eventually went to war, culminating in the decisive Battle of the Bosnian Highlands in 926. To the north there were often conflicts with the Principality of Hungary. Croatia kept its borders and to some extent expanded on the…
Az ezeréves egységes Magyarország; Unita Ungheria ... | Képcsarnok
A Hungaricana szolgáltatás elsődleges célja, hogy a nemzeti gyűjteményeinkben közös múltunkról fellelhető rengeteg kultúrkincs, történeti dokumentum mindenki számára látványosan, gyorsan és áttekinthető módon váljon hozzáférhetővé. Az adatbázis folyamatosan gazdagodó virtuális gyűjteményei a gyors ismeretszerzés mellett, a mélyebb feltáró kutatások követelményeinek is megfelelnek.