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Matthias I, King of Hungary, 1443-1490

LC control no.n 50006566
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Personal name headingMatthias I, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
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Variant(s)Mátyás I, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Matthias I, King of Hungary, 1440?-1490
Corvinus, Matthias, 1443-1490
Hunyadi, Mátyás, 1443-1490
Matija I, Korvin, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Matjaž I, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Matthias I, Corvinus, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Mathias I, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Mathias I, Corvinus, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Korwin, Maciej, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Korvín, Matej, 1443-1490
Corvino, Mattia, 1443-1490
Mattia I Corvino, King of Hungary, 1443-1490
Mathias I, Rex, 1443-1490
Corvin, Matia, 1443-1490
Korvín, Matyáš, 1443-1490
Other standard no.Q188634
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Associated countryHungary
Associated placeSzékesfehérvár (Hungary)
Birth date1443-02-23
Death date1490-04-06
Place of birthCluj-Napoca (Romania)
Place of deathVienna (Austria)
Profession or occupationKings and rulers Art patrons
Kings Rulers
Found inMagyar életrajzi lex., 1969 (Mátyás, I.; b. 2/23/1443, d. 4/6/1490)
Új magy. lex., 1961 (Mátyás I., Mátyás Corvin; 1443-1490)
Segesser, A.P.v. Die Beziehungen der Schweizer zu Mathias Corvinus, König von Ungarn in den Jahren 1476-1490, 1860: p. 1 (Königs Mathias von Ungarn)
Brock. Enzy., 1971 (Matthias I. Corvinus, M. Hunyadi, König von Ungarn; b. 2/23/1440; d. 4/6/1490)
Ency. Brit., 15th ed. (Matthias I Corvinus; Hungarian: Mátyás Hunyadi; b. 2/24/1443; d. 4/6/1490; Hungarian king)
Baczkowski, K. Walka Jagiellonów z Maciejem Korwinem o koronę czeską w latach 1471-1479, 1980: t.p. (Maciejem Korwinem)
Zlatá bula bratislavská, 1991: p. 5 (Matej Korvín)
Mattia Corvino e Firenze, 2013.
Wikipédia (Hungarian), May 3, 2022 (I. Mátyás magyar király; Latin: Mathias Rex; English, German: Matthias Corvinus; Italian: Mattia Corvino; Romanian: Matia Corvin; Czech: Matyáš Korvín; Croatian: Matija Korvin; born February 23, 1443 in Kolozsvár; died April 6, 1490 in Vienna; King of Hungary (1458-1490; coronation: March 29, 1464); King of Bohemia (1469-1490); Duke of Austria (1486-1490))