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House of Dragoș

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The House of Dragoș,1 also known as the House of Drăgoșești23 Hungarian: Drágfy , Drágffy, Drágffi was founded by Dragoș45 also known as Dragoș Vodă6 or Dragoș of Bedeu7, who was traditionally been considered the first ruler4 or prince of Moldavia and who was Voivode in Maramureş8


  • 1 Notable members
  • 2 Family descendants
  • 3 Coat of arms
  • 4 References
  • 5 Sources

Notable membersedit

  • Dragoș, Voivode of Moldavia
  • Sas of Moldavia
  • Giula of Giulești
  • Balc of Moldavia
  • Bartolomeu Dragfi
  • Drág, Count of the Székelys
  • Bertalan Drágffy, Count of the Székelys
  • John Drágfi

Family descendantsedit

Currently the family descendants live in Romania Maramureș County and Oaș Country of Satu Mare County, also in Poland, Ukrainecitation needed

Coat of armsedit


  1. ^ http://dspacebcuclujro/bitstream/123456789/48190/1/Pop%20Ioan%20Aurel-Medieval%20Genealogies%20of%20Maramures-2010pdf, 22032015
  2. ^ http://dspacebcuclujro/bitstream/123456789/48164/1/Pop%20Ioan%20Aurel-Genealogii%20maramuresene-2011pdf, 22032015
  3. ^ Romanian: Proiect de hotarare Primăria Municipiului Sighetu Marmaţiei Nr 5651/09042014, 12112014
  4. ^ a b Klepper, Nicolae Romania: An Illustrated History 
  5. ^ Georgescu, Vlad The Romanians: A History 
  6. ^ Brezianu, Andrei and Spânu, Vlad 2007 "Dragoş Vodă –ca 1353" Historical Dictionary of Moldova 2nd ed Scarecrow Press, Lanham, Maryland, USA, pages 124-125, ISBN 978-0-8108-5607-3
  7. ^ Spinei, Victor Moldavia in the 11th-14th Centuries 
  8. ^ Ro: http://wwwprobasarabiasibucovinaro/Carti/IstoriaMaramuresuluipdf


  • C Tóth, Norbert 2012 "Szász vajda utódainak felemelkedése és bukása A család vázlatos története 1365–1424 között The Rise and Fall of the Descendants of Voivode Szász: The Schematic History of the Family between 1365–1424" In Hegyi, Géza; W Kovács, András A Szilágyság és a Wesselényi család 14–17 század in Hungarian Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület pp 135–166 ISBN 978-606-8178-64-6 
  • Horváth, Richárd 2012 "A bélteki Drágfiak és a királyi udvar kapcsolata a Hunyadiak korában The family Drágfi of Beltiug Béltek and the Royal Court in the Hunyadis' time 1424–1490" In Hegyi, Géza; W Kovács, András A Szilágyság és a Wesselényi család 14–17 század in Hungarian Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület pp 167–212 ISBN 978-606-8178-64-6 
  • Neumann, Tibor 2012 "Drágfi Bertalan politikai szerepe II Ulászló király idején The Political Role of Bartholomew Drágfi in the reign of King Wladislas II" In Hegyi, Géza; W Kovács, András A Szilágyság és a Wesselényi család 14–17 század in Hungarian Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület pp 213–235 ISBN 978-606-8178-64-6 
Princely House of Dragoș Drăgoșești
New title Ruling House of Moldavia
1345 – 1364
Succeeded by
House of Bogdan-Mușat
Preceded by
Ruling House of Transylvania
1493 – 1499
Succeeded by

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