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KAJ : Literature, Art and Culture Periodical, Vol.44 (216) No.1-2 (308-309) May 2011.

Original scientific paper

THE ERDÖDY NOBLE FAMILY TREE BRANCH IN SLOVAKIA. On connections between the Croatian and Slovakian people

Marko Bedić ; Zagreb, Hrvatska

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APA 6th Edition
Bedić, M. (2011). GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda. Kaj, 44 (216) (1-2 (308-309)), 101-118. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527
MLA 8th Edition
Bedić, Marko. "GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda." Kaj, vol. 44 (216), no. 1-2 (308-309), 2011, pp. 101-118. https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527. Accessed 13 Dec. 2018.
Chicago 17th Edition
Bedić, Marko. "GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda." Kaj 44 (216), no. 1-2 (308-309) (2011): 101-118. https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527
Harvard
Bedić, M. (2011). 'GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda', Kaj, 44 (216)(1-2 (308-309)), pp. 101-118. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527 (Accessed 13 December 2018)
Vancouver
Bedić M. GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda. Kaj [Internet]. 2011 [cited 2018 December 13];44 (216)(1-2 (308-309)):101-118. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527
IEEE
M. Bedić, "GRANA PLEMIĆKE OBITELJI ERDÖDY U SLOVAČKOJ. O povezanosti hrvatskog i slovačkog naroda", Kaj, vol.44 (216), no. 1-2 (308-309), pp. 101-118, 2011. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527. [Accessed: 13 December 2018]

Abstracts
Summary

The life path of the Bakocs-Erdödy noble family began in the eastern part of medieval Hungary proceding towards today's three-state border between Hungary, Roumania and The Ukraine. This was a rather large natural entity with an abundance of arable land and forest-covered area where the nobleman Draghfy de Beltek's estate was situated and where numerous serf families lived and spent their lives in hard toil.
Our attention is drawn to Franjo Bakocs (Bakolcs), or Bakač in Croatian, although the eldest one entered according to the Hungarian family tree is VALENTINUS with his three sons: FRANCISKUS, BLASIUS and JOHANNES. In historiography Franjo is considered as the forefather of the well-known Bakač-Erdödy family whereas his sons Valent, Toma and Nikola are the most often mentioned ones of his seven children.
Their expansion from their former initial homeland began with Toma leading them and it was throughout Hungary, Croatia, Austria and Slovakia where one of the segments of the well spread out Erdödy family tree members settled and about which the paper comments. It was made possible by Toma (10)/1442..-1521./, the one who had grown most of all; from a priest to the position of cardinal and Hungary's chancellor.
Croatian migrations to Slovakia actually began following the battle at Mohač in 1526; mainly in the area of west and southwest Slovakia.

Keywords
the noble Erdödy family tree; Slovakia, Galgócza, Trnava, Hlohovec; nobles Trnava, Hlohovec nobles; Croats in Middle Europe

Hrčak ID: 68527

URI
https://hrcak.srce.hr/68527

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