ladislas

Ladislaus

[lad-is-laws]
noun
Saint, c1040–95, king of Hungary 1077–95.
Also, Ladislas [lad-is-luhs, -lahs] .
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king of Naples (from 1386), claimant to the throne of Hungary (from 1390), and prince of Taranto (from 1406). He became a skilled political and military leader, taking advantage of power struggles on the Italian peninsula to greatly expand his kingdom and his power

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