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  1. 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 .

  2. House of Kotromanić

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    cadet branches = House of TvrtkovićThe Kotromanić dynasty is a Bosnian ruling house that ruled in the regions of Bosnia and the surrounding lands from the 13th century as Bans until the crowning with the Bosnian and Serbian crown [Konstantin Jireček, History of Serbs] in 1377 and then as Kings until the Ottoman conquest of Bosnia in 1463.

  3. 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

  4. house of kotromanic : definition of house of kotromanic and ...

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    The Kotromanić dynasty was a Bosnian ruling house that ruled during the Kingdom of Bosnia, perhaps the most important house of nobility in the country's history. [1] They were sovereigns of medieval Bosnia and the surrounding lands, from the 13th century as Bans until the crowning and introduction of the Bosnian crown in 1377 and then as kings until the Ottoman conquest in 1463.

  5. Zachlumia - Wikipedia

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    The region was overwhelmed by the House of Kotromanić from Bosnia in 1322-1326. By the mid-14th century, Bosnia apparently reached a peak under Ban Tvrtko I who came into power in 1353. [citation needed] 15th century

  6. House of Kastrioti - Wikipedia

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    The House of Kastrioti (Albanian: Dera e Kastriotit) was an Albanian royal and noble family, active in the 14th and 15th centuries as the rulers of the Principality of Kastrioti. The first Kastrioti mentioned in historical documents was a kephale of Kaninë in 1368.

  7. 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 .

  8. House of Glücksburg - Wikipedia

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    The House of Glücksburg (also spelled Glücksborg), shortened from House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, is a Dano-German branch of the House of Oldenburg, members of which have reigned at various times in Denmark, Norway, Greece and several northern German states.

  9. House of Gurieli - Wikipedia

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    The House of Gurieli (Georgian: გურიელი) was a Georgian princely family and a ruling dynasty (dukes) of the southwestern Georgian province of Guria, which was autonomous and later, for a few centuries, independent.

  10. House of Wittelsbach - Wikipedia

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    Sophia from the House of Palatinate-Simmern was a presumptive Queen of Great Britain, with her eldest son succeeding the throne. United Kingdom. Today, under the Bill of Rights 1689 and the Act of Settlement 1701, the line of succession to the throne stems from the Protestant descendants of Sophia (1630–1714) from the House of Wittelsbach.