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Hungarian charters from the 11th and 12th centuries name a surprisingly large number of Hungarian noblemen who bore the comital title, mainly as subscribers to the documents.
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In addition to the named counties, numerous examples have been identified of counts who are not linked to a named area (Chapter 2).
Some of the names of these unlinked counts suggest Byzantine, German, Italian and Russian origins.
The documentation identifies 29 different counties by name (see Chapter 1), although it has not yet been possible to identify the places precisely nor ensure the accuracy of the translations of the Latin place names.
The information provided is insufficient to be able to reconstruct an unbroken succession list of counts in these counties, let alone any reliable family reconstruction.
Very few family links have been identified between the Hungarian comital families who are shown in the present document and the Arpd dynasty of Hungarian kings.