The Hunyadi family (also Hunyady in historical sources) was a Hungarian noble family strongest in the Late Middle Ages. According to the majority of sources they were of Romanian origins. This is claimed by medieval authors, and by many modern historians, however there are also theories about Cuman or Slavic ancestries.
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... of Matthias Corvinus, the son of John Hunyadi ... John Hunyadi was leader of the Long Campaign in which the Hungarians tried to expel the Turks from the Balkans ... In 1456 John Hunyadi, the father of Matthias Corvinus, delivered a crushing defeat on the Ottomans at the Siege of Belgrade ...
... John Hunyadi (1387–1456), second son of Vojk ... László Hunyadi (1433–1457), eldest son of John Hunyadi, Hungarian statesman and warrior ... of Hungary (1443–1490), second son of John Hunyadi, ruled Hungary from 1458 to 1490 and also Moravia and Silesia from 1469 to 1490 ...
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