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Count Petrovics first appeared on the historical scene after the death of Jovan Nenadon the side of John Zápolyawith whom he had familial ties. He had considerable wealth and power in the Eastern Hungarian Kingdom during this period, one of the kingdom's wealthiest landowners as a cousin and Peter Petrovic of John Zápolya John Iwith a vast array of estates.
He was a fervent supporter of the Reformation. He worked closely with Péter Melius Juhászapostle and organizer of the Calvinist community in Debrecen. Thus it was in this area that he used to support Calvinist doctrines.
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Count Petrovics first appeared on the historical scene after the death of Jovan Nenad , on the side of John Zápolya , with whom he had familial ties.
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