Coloman, Spanish: Colomán (German: Koloman (also Slovak, Czech, Slovak), Italian: Colomanno, Catalan: Colomà; Hungarian: Kálmán)

  • Coloman I. the Book-lover
  • Coloman of Galicia-Lodomeria (1208 - 1241)
  • Saint Coloman of Stockerau (Koloman, Colman, Colomannus) (? - 1012)
  • Colomán Trabado Pérez (born 1958 in Vega de Valcarce)
  • Coloman Braun-Bogdan (1905, Arad - 1983), a Romanian football midfielder and football manager

Other articles related to "coloman":

Pacta Conventa (Croatia) - Content of Pacta Conventa
... When he was crowned in Biograd na Moru, Coloman promised all the public and state rights to the Kingdom of Croatia and some additional rights to the Croatian nobility ... The Croats acknowledged Coloman as the king of Croatia and Dalmatia and promised they would help him in war, at their cost on the Croatian side of Drava and at his cost on the ... Coloman and his successors were invested with all the rights of kingship over the Kingdom of Croatia to appoint the ban, to issue privileges and land grants, to certify the laws voted by the Croatian Parliament, to ...
Coloman Of Stockerau
... Saint Coloman (Koloman, Kálmán, Colman, Colomannus) of Stockerau (of Melk) (died October 18, 1012) is a saint of the Catholic Church ... Coloman spoke no German, so he could not give an understandable account of himself ...
Matej Ninoslav - Biography - Late Rule and The Crusades
... Soon the Crusaders, led by Croatia's Herzog Coloman, stormed Bosnia ... On 26 April 1238, it seemed that Coloman had destroyed the heretic strength in Bosnia, reporting to the pope that Bosnia had been cleansed ... On 23 December 1238, Coloman continued to amass victories against the heretic side ...
Coloman Of Stockerau - Veneration
... Coloman became the object of a popular cult and many churches and chapels in Austria, Swabia, the Electorate of the Palatinate, Hungary, and Bavaria are dedicated to him ... A legend states that Coloman's body remained incorrupt for eighteen months, and remained undisturbed by birds and beasts ... century, and the King Géza I of Hungary named one of his sons in his honor (King Coloman of Hungary) ...