Amade

Amade may refer to:

  • Amade Aba (died 1311), Hungarian noble
  • Amade Camal (born 1956), Mozambican politician
  • Andre Amade (born 1983), Brazilian mixed martial artist
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Other articles related to "amade":

Amade Aba - Last Years
... King Charles betrayed Amade Aba by having him assassinated by Philip Druget and his supporters ... Part of Amade’s estates were confiscated and divided between Charles and his supporters ... in Hungary as a 13 years old boy, and Amade became his principal mentor and protector, the assassination is that much more outrageous, even for the Middle Ages ...
History Of Slovakia - Hungarian and Polish Administration - The Period of The Oligarchs—1290–1321
... Slovakia, most of the castles were owned by two powerful aristocrats (Amade Aba and Matthew Csák) or their followers ... Amade Aba governed the eastern parts of present-day Slovakia from his seat in Gönc ... He allied himself with the murdered Amade Aba's sons against Kassa / Košice, but King Charles I of Hungary, who had managed to acquire the throne against his opponents, gave ...
Grace Kelly - Princess of Monaco
... As Princess of Monaco, she founded AMADE Mondiale, a Monaco-based non-profit organization eventually recognized by the UN as a Non-Governmental Organization ... According to UNESCO's website, AMADE promotes and protects the "moral and physical integrity" and "spiritual well-being of children throughout the world, without distinction of race, nationality or religion and in a ...
Amade Aba - The Powerful Magnate
... After 9 August 1288, Amade became Palatine and he hold the office for the first time until 1289 when he received the office of judge royal again ... Following the king's death (10 July 1290), Amade became the loyal supporter of King Andrew III of Hungary who appointed him Palatine ... After 1297, Amade was among the most powerful supporters of King Andrew III and he even made a formal alliance with the king and his other followers in the second half of 1298 ...