|Tenure before 972 – c. 997|
Died 997 AD
House Árpád dynasty
|Father Gyula of Transylvania|
Parents Gyula II
|Burial St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, Székesfehérvár|
Issue Judith of Hungary Margareth, Tsaritsa of Bulgaria Saint Stephen Maria, Dogaressa of Venice Gizella, Queen of Hungary
Spouse Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians
Children Stephen I of Hungary, Judith of Hungary
Similar Stephen I of Hungary, Géza - Grand Prince of t, Gisela of Hungary, Taksony of Hungary, Saint Emeric of Hungary
The sims 3 sarolt
Sarolt (c. 950 – c. 1008) was wife of Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians.
She was a daughter of Gyula of Transylvania and was probably educated in the Eastern Orthodox faith. She was married to Géza, the son of Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, who succeeded his father before 972.
Sarolt exerted a powerful influence on her husband which allowed her to also influence his government. She was watched with suspicion by Catholic missionaries. The chronicles accused her of drinking insatiably and even committing manslaughter.
After her husband's death in 997, one of his distant cousins Koppány, who declared his claim to the leadership of the Magyars against her son, Stephen (Vajk), wanted to marry Sarolt, referring to the Hungarian tradition. Koppány, nevertheless, was defeated, and shortly afterward Sarolt's son was crowned as the first King of Hungary.
Her name (Šar-oldu) is of Turkic origin and means "white weasel". She was also called "Beleknegini" by her Slavic subjects, which means "white queen".
Assistance dog hungarian vizsla sarolt
Marriage and children
Married to Géza, Grand Prince of the Hungarians (c. 945 – 997)