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  1. Mary, Queen of Hungary - Wikipedia

    Jan 05, 2021 · Mary was crowned "king" of Hungary on 17 September 1382, seven days after Louis the Great's death. Her mother, who assumed regency, absolved the Polish noblemen from their oath of loyalty to Mary in favor of Mary's younger sister, Jadwiga, in early 1383.

    • 17 September 1382
    • Louis I
  2. Jadwiga of Poland - Wikipedia

    Jadwiga was born in Buda, the capital of the Kingdom of Hungary. She was the third and youngest daughter of Louis I, King of Hungary and Poland, and his second wife, Elizabeth of Bosnia.

    • 16 October 1384 – 17 July 1399
    • Louis
  3. Stephen I, Ban of Bosnia - Wikipedia,_Ban_of_Bosnia

    6 days ago · His ancestry is not known precisely. It is believed that he was the son of a German nobleman in the service of German knight Gotfrid, founder of the family Kelad who went to strengthen the Hungarian hold in Bosnia in 1162 or 1163. This German nobleman co-signed the edicts for Bosnia in the Split Church in 1163 with the Hungarian King Stephen IV.

  4. Miloš Obilić - Wikipedia

    Jan 08, 2021 · Miloš Obilić is a major hero of the Serbian legend of Kosovo, whose central part is the Battle of Kosovo. According to the legend, Miloš was a son-in-law of the Serbian Prince Lazar . A quarrel broke out between his wife and her sister who was married to Vuk Branković , about superiority in valour of their respective husbands.

    • Unknown
    • Miloš Kobilac, Miloš Kobilović, Miloš Kobilić
  5. Stefan Dušan - Wikipedia

    Stefan Dušan was the most powerful Serbian ruler in the Middle Ages and remains a folk hero to Serbs. Dušan, a contemporary of England's Edward III, is regarded with the same reverence as the Bulgarians feel for Tsar Simeon, the Poles for Sigismund I the Old, and the Czechs for Charles IV.

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