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Koceľ

   11.09.2019  9 Comments

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  1. The Bavarian form of the name Koceľ (Gozil) is known from two letters of Pope John VIII written in AD. The church in Nitra was consecrated by Adalram, the archbishop of Salzburg, who visited.
  2. Son of Koceľ, Duke of Lower Pannonia (c) Father of Pribunja of Croatia, Ban of Croatia () Managed by: Branko Hossa, Jr. Last Updated: October 7, View Complete Profile. view all Immediate Family. Pribunja of Croatia, Ban of Croa son. Koceľ, Duke of Lower Pannonia .
  3. "Koceľ" (T. Berka) () František Griglák - ac. + el. g, keyb, synt, voc Tomáš Berka - keyb, synt, voc Karol Oláh - ds, perc Fedor Frešo - bg, voc Smyčcové kvarteto (Peter Baran, Pavol Baran, Pavol Selecký, Luboš Šašinka).
  4. They picture portraits of important Great Moravian rulers (from the beginning of 9th century) - Pribina, Rastislav, Koceľ, Svätopluk. These Great Moravian rulers were from the Mojmír's dynasty and they founded the original west-Slavic state, extended the territorial boundaries, and cultural expansion.
  5. Karoling Pannonia a 9. század második felében a legújabb kutatások alapján. Kocel (az egykorú és későbbi forrásokban Chozil, Chozilo), ( körül – ) az Alsó-Pannoniai grófság vezetője (–), tulajdonképpen comes e, Pribina fia. Édesanyja bajor nemesi családból való.
  6. After an attack by Carloman (during his rebellion against Louis the German), Pribina's son, Kotsel (Gozil, Koceľ, Kocelj, ), fled to the court of Louis. He was soon re-instated in his father's lands. In the summer of , Prince Kocel provided short-term hospitality to brothers Cyril and Methodius on their way from Great Moravia to the.
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  8. Kocel (fl. –) was a Slavic ruler of Lower Pannonia, a polity known in historiography as the Balaton principality. He was an East Frankish vassal titled comes (count), and is believed to have ruled between or and
  9. Koceľ, also spelled Kocel, Kocelj, Gozil, Chezil, Chezilo, Chezul (cc), was second Lord of Blatnograd (c). He was the son of Pribina and his Bavarian wife. He received a Bavarian name Gozil, which was used in the Slavic form.

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