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      • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Vladislav Kotromanić) Vladislav of Bosnia (Serbo-Croatian: Vladislav Kotromanić /Владислав Котроманић; died 1354) was a member of the House of Kotromanić who effectively ruled the Banate of Bosnia from September 1353 to his death.
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  1. Kotromanić dynasty - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from House of Kotromanić) The Kotromanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Котроманић, pl. Kotromanići / Котроманићи) were members of a late medieval Bosnian noble and later royal dynasty.

  2. Stephen I, Ban of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Stephen I Kotromanić (Bosnian: Stjepan Kotromanić, Стефан Котроманић) (1242–1314) was a Bosnian Ban from 1287 to 1290 jointly with Ban Prijezda II and 1290–1314 alone as a vassal of the Kingdom of Hungary. He is the eponymous founder of the Bosnian ruling dynasty, the House of Kotromanić

  3. Vladislav of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Vladislav of Bosnia (Serbo-Croatian: Vladislav Kotromanić /Владислав Котроманић; died 1354) was a member of the House of Kotromanić who effectively ruled the Banate of Bosnia from September 1353 to his death. Vladislav was a younger son of Stephen I, Ban of Bosnia, and Elizabeth of Serbia.

  4. Catherine of Bosnia, Countess of Cilli - Wikipedia

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    Catherine of Bosnia (Bosnian: Katarina Kotromanić, Slovene: Katarina Celjska - Kotromanićka) (fl. 14th century) was a Bosnian noblewoman. She was Countess of Cilli by her marriage to Hermann I, Count of Cilli, and a member of the House of Kotromanić by birth. Family

  5. List of rulers of Bosnia - Wikipedia

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    Matthias of Bosnia (House of Kotromanić) "King of Bosnia" (1465–1471) son of Radivoj of Bosnia, appointed by the Sultan Matija Vojsalić (House of Hrvatinić) "King of Ottoman Bosnia" (1472–1476) appointed by the Sultan, removed for conspiring against the Ottomans

  6. House of Oldenburg - Wikipedia

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    The House of Oldenburg is a European dynasty of North German origin. It is one of Europe's most influential royal houses, with branches that rule or have ruled in Denmark, Iceland, Greece, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Schleswig , Holstein , and Oldenburg .

  7. Talk:Kotromanić dynasty - Wikipedia

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    Kotromanić dynasty 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.

  8. Tvrtko I of Bosnia

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    He ruled in 1353–1366 and again in 1367–1377 as Ban and in 1377–1391 as the first Bosnian King. He also took the Serbia n crown. Tvrtko was a member of the House of Kotromanić. Tvrtko I was an able ruler and his state included most of Bosnia as well as the neighbouring territories.

  9. Kosača noble family - Wikipedia

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    The Kosača (Cyrillic: Косача, pl. Kosače / Косаче), somewhere Kosačić (Косачић, pl. Kosačići / Косачићи), was a Bosnian medieval noble family which ruled over parts of modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia between the 14th century and the 15th century.

  10. Elisabeth of Bosnia Encyclopedia References | Earthspot

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