Synod of Szabolcs

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The synod of Szabolcs was an assembly of the prelates of the Kingdom of Hungary which met at the fortress of Szabolcs on 21 May 1092.[1] It was presided over by King Ladislaus I of Hungary.[1] The synod passed decrees which regulated the life of both clergymen and laymen, several aspects of liturgy and Church administration and the relationships between Christians, Jews and Muslims.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Kosztolnyik 1981, p. 105.


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