Templars in Andrei Galitsky’s fight for the Hungarian throne

Andrei and Lev II Yuryevich in 1316 participated in the struggle of the magnates of Hungary for the royal throne. Some tycoons in the eastern part of the kingdom, led by Kopash Borsh, rebelled against Karl Robert and offered the Crown of St. Stephen for Andrei Galitsky, who was also a descendant of King Bela IV. The Hungarian documents mention the Templars as part of the troops of Andrei Yurievich.

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