Helena of Hungary, Duchess of Austria
|Helena of Hungary|
|Duchess consort of Austria|
Duchess Helena, Babenberger Stammbaum, Klosterneuburg Monastery
|Spouse||Leopold V, Duke of Austria|
Agnes of Austria
Bertha of Austria
|House||House of Árpád (by birth)
House of Babenberg (by marriage)
|Father||Géza II of Hungary|
|Mother||Euphrosyne of Kiev|
|Died||25 May 1199|
Helena (or Ilona) of Hungary (c. 1158 – 25 May 1199) was the daughter of King Géza II of Hungary and his wife, Euphrosyne of Kiev, daughter of Grand Prince Mstislav I of Kiev by his second wife, Liubava Dmitrievna.
Little is known of Helena's life or character. The only clear facts about her life are that she was married to the Babenberg duke Leopold V of Austria in 1174, with whom she had issue, and that she died in 1199.
Marriage and children
By her marriage to Duke Leopold V, Helena had at least two (possibly as many as four) children: