Stephen Verboczy draws up 'decretum tripartitum juris'. This
declares that henceforth the King of Hungary is to be independent
of both the Pope and the Emperor. It also increases the powers of
the nobility, and details the institution of serfdom.
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Editors. "Hungarian King decreed to be independent of Pope and Emperor". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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