Jelena Šubić (died c. 1378) was a Croatian Princess from the noble Šubić family, and mother of Bosnian King Tvrtko. Jelena Šubić was daughter of Juraj II Šubić. She was born early in the 14th century (probably around 1306), and was married to Regent of Bosnia Vladislav Kotromanić by his brother Mladen III Šubić at Klis Fortress in ...
Margaret died one day after giving birth to her youngest child. In 1326, Bolesław married secondly Katharina (d. bef. 5 March 1358), daughter of Mladen III Šubić  by his wife Jelena, in turn daughter of King Stefan Uroš III Dečanski of Serbia .
Princess Milica Hrebeljanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милица Хребељановић, née Nemanjić, 1300s - November 11, 1405) also known as Tsaritsa Milica, was Regent of Serbia, wife of Serbian Prince Lazar and mother of despot Stefan Lazarević and of Princess Olivera Despina, the wife of Sultan Bayezid I.
Jelena Šubić (455 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article ref=harv (link) Ćošković, Pejo (2009), Kotromanići (in Serbo-Croatian), Miroslav Krleža Institute of Lexicography Draganović, Krunoslav (1942).
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Biography Juraj V Zrinski was born in Čakovec , a town in the Međimurje County , the northernmost county of Croatia . He was the grandson of one of the greatest Croatian Ban , Nikola Šubić Zrinski , who died in the tragic and heroic siege of Szigetvár ( Croatian : Siget ), a town in the western Hungary where the Ottoman invasion to Vienna ...
Stefan Uroš IV Dušan( Serbian Cyrillic: Стефан Урош IV Душан) (c.1308 – 20 December 1355), called Silni ("the Mighty"), was the King of Serbia (from 8 September 1331) and Emperor (Tsar) of the Serbs and Greeks (from 16 April 1345).
Stefan II Nemanjić (Serbian: Стефан II Немањић, pronounced [stêfaːn drûɡiː němaɲitɕ]) or Stephen the First-Crowned (Стефан Првовенчани, Stefan Prvovenčani, IPA: [stêfaːn prʋoʋěntʃaːniː]; around 1165 – September 24, 1228) was Grand Prince of Serbia from 1196, and the King of Serbia from 1217 until his death in 1228.
Marko je bil rojen okoli leta 1335 kot sin Vukašina Mrnjavčevića in njegove žene Alene (Jelene), sestre bolgarskega vojvode Momčila. Priimek Mrnjavčević izhaja od Mrnjave, ki ga je dubrovniški zgodovinar Mavro Orbin v 17. stoletju opisal kot manjšega plemiča iz Zahumja v sedanji Hercegovini in južni Dalmaciji.
O prințesă din familia croată Šubić din Dalmația a fost trimisă de tatăl ei, Grgur, la curtea rudei lor, Tvrtko I, banul Bosniei. Ea urma să fie educată și căsătorită de Jelena, mama lui Tvrtko. Jelena era fiica lui George al II-lea Šubić, al cărui bunic matern era regele sârb Dragutin Nemanjić.