Marie of Hungary (d. 1323)
Marie of Hungary (d. 1323)
Queen of Naples and Anjou . Name variations: Maria; Mary of Hungary. Born in Hungary; died on March 25, 1323; daughter of Stephen V, king of Hungary (r. 1270–1272) and Elizabeth of Kumania (c. 1242–?); married Charles II the Lame (1254–1309), duke of Anjou (r. 1285–1290), king of Naples (r. 1285–1309), in 1270; children: Charles Martel of Hungary; Blanche of Naples (d. 1310, who married James II of Aragon); Robert the Good, king of Naples (r. 1309–1343); Philip of Tarento (d. 1332); Margaret of Anjou (c. 1272–1299); Lenore of Sicily (1289–1341, who married Frederick II of Sicily); John of Gravina (who married Agnes of Perigord ).
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