When the Habsburgs reasserted their control over Hungary, Transylvania was separated from Hungary and transformed into a Habsburg crown land, subject to strict absolutist rule.Subsequently it was reabsorbed into Hungary (1867).
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The book (re-edited by Christina Reimer) covers, births 1801-1836, marriages 1801-1836 and deaths 1801-1890.
As superintendent of Transylvanian Lutheran churches Dávid had engaged in debates with Peter Melius, leader of the Transylvanian…
In addition to its Hungarian and Romanian heritage, Transylvania retains traces of a Saxon (German) cultural tradition dating back to the arrival in the Middle Ages of a population of German speakers.
Consequently, during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, the Magyars of Transylvania identified with the insurgents.
The Romanian peasantry, which had been developing their own national consciousness and agitating for more extensive political and religious liberties, took a stand against the Magyars and swore allegiance to the Habsburgs.
Despite the interruption caused by the Mongol invasion of 1241, Transylvania (while remaining part of the Hungarian kingdom) evolved during the following centuries into a distinctive autonomous unit, with its special Habsburg claimant to the Hungarian throne.
Afterward Hungary was divided between the Habsburgs and the Turks, and Transylvania was transformed into an autonomous principality that was subject to Turkish suzerainty (1566).
The area then was repopulated by peoples from the Romanized lands south of the Danube River or from the Balkans.
The Magyars (Hungarians) conquered the area at the end of the 9th century and firmly established their control over it in 1003 when their king Stephen I, according to legend, defeated the native prince Gyula.
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