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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Helen (Bosnian: Jelena /Јелена; c. 1345 – after 18 March 1399), also known by the name Gruba (Груба), ruled the Kingdom of Bosnia from September 1395 until late April or early May 1398. She was queen consort as the wife of King Dabiša, and was chosen by the stanak to rule after his death.
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  2. Helen of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Helen (Bosnian: Jelena /Јелена; c. 1345 – after 18 March 1399), also known by the name Gruba (Груба), ruled the Kingdom of Bosnia from September 1395 until late April or early May 1398. She was queen consort as the wife of King Dabiša, and was chosen by the stanak to rule after his death.

  3. Maria of Serbia, Queen of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Serbia, christened Helena, was the last Queen of Bosnia and Despoina of Serbia. As the eldest daughter of the deceased Despot of Serbia Lazar Branković, the 12-year-old Helena was given in marriage to the Bosnian prince Stephen Tomašević in 1459. She then took the name Maria, while her husband obtained the title to Serbia through her. The country was lost to the Ottomans within a few months, and the couple fled to Bosnia. Maria's husband ascended the Bosnian throne in 1461, but ...

  4. Talk:Helen of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Helen of Bosnia is part of the WikiProject Bosnia and Herzegovina, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of articles related to Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the project and see a list of open tasks.

  5. Helen of Anjou - Wikipedia

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    Helen of Anjou (Serbian: Jelena Anžujska/Јелена Анжујска, pronounced [jɛ̌lɛna ǎnʒuːjskaː]; c. 1236 – 8 February 1314) was the Queen consort of the Serbian Kingdom, as spouse of King Stefan Uroš I. Her children were later kings Stefan Dragutin and Stefan Milutin.

    • around 1245 – 1276
    • 8 February 1314, Church of St. Nicholas, Shkodër
  6. Kingdom of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    The Kingdom of Bosnia (Bosnian: Kraljevina Bosna / Краљевина Босна), or Bosnian Kingdom (Bosansko kraljevstvo / Босанско краљевство), was a medieval kingdom that lasted from 1377 to 1463 and evolved out of the Banate of Bosnia (1154–1377).

    • Feudal monarchy
    • Old Bosnian
  7. Helena of Serbia - Wikipedia

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    Maria of Serbia, Queen of Bosnia (christened Jelena), Queen consort of Bosnia; Stephen Tomašević (1461–1463) Princess Helena of Serbia (Jelena Karađorđević), Princess consort of Russia; Prince John Constantinovich of Russia (lived 1886–1918)

  8. Category:Bosnian monarchs - Wikipedia

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    This category contains sub-categories and articles regarding historical monarchs of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Subcategories This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

  9. Dabiša of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    He died on 8 September 1395. Despite initially consenting to his agreement with Sigismund, it was Dabiša's widow, Helen, who succeeded in ascending the throne with the support of the magnates. Despite an auspicious start, Dabiša's reign ended with the Kingdom of Bosnia displaying first signs of decay.

  10. Ostoja of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Ostoja was brought to power by the forces of Hrvoje Vukčić, (Ban of Croatia, Grand Duke of Bosnia and a Herzog of Split), which deposed Queen Jelena Gruba in 1398. In 1403 he sided with King Ladislaus of Naples in his plights against the Hungarian King Sigismund, Bosnia's liege.

  11. Tvrtko I al Bosniei - Wikipedia

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    14 martie 1391, Bobovac[*] , Bosnia și Herțegovina) a fost primul rege al Bosniei. Membru al Casei de Kotromanić, l-a succedat pe unchiului său Ștefan al II-lea ca Ban al Bosniei în 1353. Întrucât era minor la vremea respectivă, tatăl lui Tvrtko, Vladislav , a condus pe scurt ca regent , urmat de mama lui Tvrtko, Jelena .