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Theodore Csanád

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Reign  1222
Successor  Julius I Kán
Father  Vejte
Parents  Vejte Csanád
Predecessor  Nicholas Szák
Noble family  gens Csanád
Died  1234

Theodore of the Csanád clan (Hungarian: Csanád nembéli Tódor; died c. 1234) was an influential nobleman in the Kingdom of Hungary at the turn of the 12th and 13th centuries. He was Palatine of Hungary in 1222. He was also ispán of at least five counties in the first decades of the 13th century.

Theodore was the son of Vejte Csanád, who served as Judge royal between 1199 and 1200.

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