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Ügyek. (Ugyek)(Ugek)(Ogyek). [The Hungarians].
Born possibly about 790; son of Ed ?. (S1).
It is not definitively clear in the historical records that Ugyek was the son of Ed. What it stated clearly though is that he was at least a descendant of Magor, who was the ancestor of the Magyar Hungarians.
It is said, speculated or at least possible that the earlier High Princes of the Magyars were also descendants of the Hun Khans, as well as other Turkic peoples, and through them from some daughters of Emperors of China. (S1).
Ügyek (second half of the 8th century – first half of the 9th century), also known as Ugek, was the legendary father of Álmos, the first High Prince of the Magyars. His wife was Emese, who had seen a divine dream of a Turul bird that flew over her and impregnated her before Álmos's birth, according to the myth. (S1).
Sources are unclear if the son of Ugyek was Elod and his grandson Almos, or if Almos was his son. My guess is that his son was Elod, and Almos was his grandson. It is possible that Elod and Ugyek are one and the same person. The sources are also unclear if Emese was the wife of Ugyek or the wife of Elod. They do quite clearly appear to say the Emese was the mother of Almos.
He died possibly about 820 AD.
dau.of Prince Önedbelia of Dentümoger. (S2).
CHILDREN of Ügyek:
- ELOD, Chief of the Magyars.
- [S1]. Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. QUOTES as sources:
- Kristó, Gyula - Makk, Ferenc: Az Árpád-ház uralkodói (IPC Könyvek, 1996)
- Korai Magyar Történeti Lexikon (9-14. század), foszerkeszto: Kristó, Gyula, szerkesztok: Engel, Pál és Makk, Ferenc (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1994)
- Marek, Miroslav. Genealogy.EU. http://genealogy.euweb.cz/arpad/arpad1.html.
- [S2]. Marek, Miroslav. Genealogy.EU. http://genealogy.euweb.cz/arpad/arpad1.html.
HOW ARE WE RELATED:
Our Hungarian ancestors, from the time they left the Scythian plains to inhabit the area of modern Hungary until today. [see Hungarian History]
Hunor and Magor were legendary twin patriarchs of the Huns and Hungarians, respectively. Magor and Hunor married the two daughters of Dula, King of the Alans. Of these, Magor is the ancestor of the Magyar Hungians.
Ügyek (Egyek), descendant of Magog. He married Emese (Gesta Hungarorum), daughter of Eunedubelian (Önedbelia of Dentumoger), Prince of Scythia.
Elod. Chief of the Magyars. He married Emese (Vienna Illuminated Chronicle)
Almos, Grand Prince of the Magyars. (c. 820–c. 895). Became overlord of the seven Hungarian Etelköz tribes.
Árpád, Second Grand Prince of the Magyars (c.845 – c.907).
Zoltan, Third Grand Prince of the Magyars (Hungarians)
Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians (died before 973)
Mihaly (Michael), Duke of Hungary. Md. Adelajda, sister of Mieszko I of Poland.
VAZUL, Duke of Hungary
BELA I, King of Hungary
GEZA I, King of Hungary.
ALAMOS, Duke of Hungary.
Béla II, King of Hungary.
GEZA II, King of Hungary.
Béla III (Béla)(Belo), King of Hungary.
Andrew II, King of Hungary.
Béla IV, King of Hungary.
Stephen V, King of Hungary.
Marie of Hungary. Born about 1257. She married Charles II, King of Naples.
Margaret (Marguerite) of Naples. She married Charles, Count of Valois.
Jeanne of Valois. She married William III, The Good, Count of Holland and Haunault.
Philippa of Hainault. She married Edward III Plantagenet, King Of England.
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