Ádám Batthyány

Ádám Batthyány (1610–1659) was a Hungarian count of the Batthyány family. He presided over a period of religious tensions between Protestants and Catholics, which extended to his court. His father had been Calvinist, as had he, but he later became Lutheran and then in 1629 he converted to Catholicism. At court tensions over religion led Protestant servants to reportedly throw meat into wine on fast days to provoke Catholics. He also had to manage an occasionally tense border with Ottoman Empire.

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Where died Ádám Batthyány?

Ádám Batthyány died in Rechnitz.

How would Ádám Batthyány be described?

Ádám Batthyány would be described as Hungarian noble.

When died Ádám Batthyány?

Ádám Batthyány died 15.03.1659.

When was Ádám Batthyány born?

Ádám Batthyány was born on 14.02.1609.

What is Ádám Batthyány subject of?

Ádám Batthyány is subject of 1610 births, 1659 deaths, Converts to Roman Catholicism from Lutheranism, Batthyány family and People from Pinkafeld.

Where was Ádám Batthyány born?

Ádám Batthyány was born in Güssing.

What is the gender of Ádám Batthyány?

Ádám Batthyány is male.