Monoszló (genus)

Monoszló (also Monozlo) was the name of a Slavonian-origin gens (Latin for "clan"; nemzetség in Hungarian) in the Kingdom of Hungary. Several prominent secular dignitaries came from this kindred.

Genus (gens) Monoszló
CountryKingdom of Hungary
Foundedlate 12th century
Dissolutionc. 1338
Cadet branchesHouse of Csupor

OriginsEdit

The unidentified ancestor of the kindred received the estate of Monoszló (today Podravska Moslavina, Croatia) in Križevci County in Slavonia from Béla III of Hungary. There he was also granted the right of marturina, a type of tax in Slavonia which was collected in the then highly valued marten skins. As János Karácsonyi wrote, he had four children because Monoszló was divided into four parts in 1231 according to a property contract.[1] One of them was Macarius, who served as ispán (head) of Szolnok County from 1192 to 1193.[2] By 1196, he owned Szond, Bács County (today Sonta, Serbia) and married a daughter of Peter Győr from the Szenterzsébet branch.

Family treeEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Karácsonyi 1901, p. 377.
  2. ^ Zsoldos 2011, p. 326.

SourcesEdit

  • Karácsonyi, János (1901). A magyar nemzetségek a XIV. század közepéig. II. kötet [The Hungarian genera until the middle of the 14th century, Vol. 2] (in Hungarian). Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
  • Kovács, Mihai (2015). ""Semper meliora prospiciuntur et utiliora attenduntur". Monoszló nb. Péter erdélyi püspök társadalmi és politikai kapcsolatai ["Semper meliora prospiciuntur et utiliora attenduntur" Political and Social Relationships of Peter Monoszló Bishop of Transylvania]" (PDF). Erdélyi Múzeum (in Hungarian). 77 (1): 1–13. ISSN 1453-0961. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  • Zsoldos, Attila (2011). Magyarország világi archontológiája, 1000–1301 [Secular Archontology of Hungary, 1000–1301] (in Hungarian). História, MTA Történettudományi Intézete. ISBN 978-963-9627-38-3.