Banat of Severin

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Banate of Severin
Banate of Szörény
Szörényi bánság
Banatul Severinului
banate of the Kingdom of Hungary

13th century–16th century
 

Location of Banate of Severin
Banate of Severin, late 13th century
History
 -  Established 13th century
 -  Disestablished 16th century
Today part of Romania
Map of the Banate of Severin

The Banat of Severin also known as the Banate of Severin (Hungarian: Szörényi bánság / Szörénység / Bánság Olténia[citation needed] / Szörényvidék; Romanian: Banatul Severinului / Banatul de Severin; Latin: Banatus Zewrinensis; Serbian: Severinska banovina / Северинска бановина) was a political, military and administrative unit with a special role in the anti-Ottoman defensive system of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary. It was founded by Prince Béla in 1228.

History[edit]

It included areas of eastern Banat and western Oltenia. It was led by a ban, and the capital was at Turnu Severin (Hungarian: Szörényvár). The Banate of Severin was disputed between Wallachia and the Kingdom of Hungary.

After the 1526 battle of Mohács, the Banate of Severin was divided. Eastern part (eastwards from Vârciorova) came under the jurisdiction of Wallachian princes and in the western part (westwards from Orsova, inclusive) was gradually formed the Banate of Lugos and Karánsebes.

List of the Gouvernators ("Bans") of Severin[edit]

  1. 1226–1232 Buzád
  2. 1233 Lucas
  3. 1243 Stephen
  4. 1247–1254 John
  5. 1255 Pósa Csák
  6. 1257–1261 Stephen
  7. 1262 Stephen
  8. 1263 Lawrence
  9. 1268 Ugrin
  10. 1268 Alexander
  11. 1269 Lawrence
  12. 1270 Ponit
  13. 1270–1271 Lawrence
  14. 1271–1272 Paul
  15. 1272 Lawrence
  16. 1272 Albert
  17. 1273 Paul
  18. 1273 Lawrence
  19. 1274 Paul
  20. 1274–1275 Ugrin
  21. 1275 Micu
  22. 1275 Paul
  23. 1275 Reinauld
  24. 1276–1279 Michael
  25. 1277–1278 Paul
  26. 1279 Laurențiu
  27. 1280–1283 Timotei
  28. 1284–1286 Mako
  29. 1287–1289 Rafael
  30. 1290–1293 Laurențiu
  31. 1294–1296 Solymosi Posa
  32. 1297–1299 Ladislaus Rátholti
  33. 1299–1308 Andrei Tárnok
  34. 1309–1314 vacant
  35. 1314–1318 Dominic Cernea
  36. 1319–1323 Ladislau Rátholti
  37. 1323–1329 Daniel Szécsi
  38. 1324 Paul
  39. 1330–1335 vacant
  40. 1341 Szécsi Denis
  41. 1342–1349 Losonci
  42. 1350–1355 Nicolae Szécsi
  43. 1355–1359 Lațcu Denis
  44. 1359–1387 vacant
  45. 1387 Ladislau
  46. 1387–1388 Ștefan
  47. 1388–1390 Ioan Kaplan
  48. 1390–1391 Nicolae Perényi
  49. 1392 Gerebenci Szemere
  50. 1392–1393 Ditrău Bebek
  51. 1393–1408 vacant
  52. 1408–1409 Pipo of Ozora
  53. 1409 vacant
  54. 1419 Sigismund Losonci
  55. 1428 Emeric Marcali
  56. 1430–1435 Nicolae Redwitz
  57. 1429–1435 vacant
  58. 1435 Ladislau Jakubek
  59. 1436–1439 Francisc Tallóczi
  60. 1439–1445 John Hunyadi
  61. 1445–1446 Blaziu
  62. 1447–1454 Miklós
  63. 1449 Vasile de Cerna (vice-ban)
  64. 1452–1454 Petru
  65. 1455-57 vacant
  66. 1458 Vlad şi Grigore Bethlen
  67. 1459–1460 vacant
  68. 1460 Ladislau Doczi
  69. 1462–1463 Nicolae
  70. 1464–1466 vacant
  71. 1466 Pongrácz János (Ioan Pongracz)
  72. 1467 vacant
  73. 1467 Ştefan şi Mihai de Mâtnic
  74. 1468–1471 vacant
  75. 1471–1478 Emeric Hédervári
  76. 1478 Ioan Dominic Bethlen
  77. 1478 vacant
  78. 1479 Ambrozie şi George Szenthelsebethi
  79. 1479 Bartolomeu Pathócsy
  80. 1480–1483 Francisc Haraszti
  81. 1483–1489 Francisc Haraszti şi Andrei Szokoly
  82. 1490 Emeric Ozora
  83. 1491 Pipo şi Andei Dánfy
  84. 1491–1492 Francisc Haraszti
  85. 1492–1494 George şi Filip Balassa de Ciula
  86. 1495–1502 Petru Măcicaş
  87. 1503 Barnaba Bela
  88. 1503 Ioan Gărlişte
  89. 1504–1508 Ioan şi Bela Gârlişte;
  90. 1508–1513 Mihai şi Barnaba
  91. 1514 Ioan
  92. 1515–1516 Nicolae
  93. 1517–1518 vacant
  94. 1519 Béla Barnabás
  95. 1520–1521 Nicolae Gârlişte
  96. 1522–1524 Ioan Kállay

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