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Encyclopedia > Zoltan of Hungary

Zoltán, also known as Zolta, Zaltas, or Zsolt, is probably the name of the son of Árpád and the father of Taksony and possibly Jutas. Gesta Hungarorum names Zolta as the son and successor of Árpád. Although he ruled Hungary from 900 to 955, his leadership meant much less than with previous leaders, as during his time, tribal leaders had most of the powers.


In this era, the raids of Hungarians were common in much of Europe.


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