4 edition of Selected Charters of Serbian Rulers (Xii-XV Century) Relating to the Territory of Kosovo & Metohia, Part I found in the catalog.
by Zivkovic Tibor
Written in English
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(f) indicates female rulers. Birth and death years are also provided (b. = born, d. = died, s.a. = see above), but note that the given birth years may be questionable, as different sources often give contradictory information. In cases where it is particularly unclear, the birth year is followed by a question mark (e.g., ? In the early 19th century, with the Ottoman Empire on the decline, the Serbs revolted. Serbia became a kingdom again in The final three kings were rulers of Yugoslavia, of which Serbia was only a portion. The last king, Petar II, was deposed by the Communists.
In charters he issued between and , the prince named himself as Stefan Lazar. "Stefan" was the name borne by all Nemanjić rulers, because of which it came to be regarded as a title of Serbian rulers. Tvrtko added "Stefan" to his name when he was crowned king of the Serbs and : 15 June Kosovo Polje. Prince Lazar Prince Lazar Hrebeljanovic (ca. – 28 June ) was a medieval Serbian ruler who created the largest and most powerful state on the.
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Selected charters of Serbian rulers (XII-XV century) relating to the territory of Kosovo and Metohia / edited and translated by T. Živković, S. Bojanin, V. Petrović. Format Book.
The Vlastimirović dynasty was the first royal dynasty of the Serb people. Byzantine emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (r. –) mentions that the Serbian throne is inherited by the son, i.e. the first-born, though in his enumeration of Serbian monarchs, on one occasion there was a triumvirate.
The Serbs established several polities by the 10th century: Serbia or Zagorje First monarch: Višeslav (as first Prince known by name). The charter of King Stephen Dušan, issued to the monastery of St Archangel at Prizren, in The third book should be a detailed commentary of all charters published in the first two books.
The first book of the selected charters of the Serbian rulers contains. Kosovo. During the unrest in Kosovo, 35 churches and monasteries were destroyed or seriously total, Serbian Orthodox churches and monasteries have been destroyed since June Many of the churches and monasteries dated back to the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries.
The Serbian Orthodox Church comprises the majority of the population in Serbia, Montenegro, and the Republika Srpska entity of Bosnia and is organized into metropolises and eparchies located primarily in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Croatia, but also all over the world where Serb diaspora lives.
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