The Hungarians in 12th century Transylvania

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The regional ruling Voivode of Transylvania acted for the King of Hungary. Medieval Transylvania was smaller than the area currently known as Transylvania. Areas of Maramureş and Oaş to the north, Crişana to the west and Banat to the south formed part of Greater Hungary.

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