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  Stefan Uroš I of Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stefan Uroš was the youngest son of Stefan Prvovenčani and Anna, the daughter of Enrico Dandolo, Doge of Venice.
The reign of Stefan Uroš I coincided with the decline of Serbia's primary rivals in the Balkans, Epirus and Bulgaria.
A peace treaty was signed between the two kingdoms, and Stefan Uroš's son Stefan Dragutin was married to Catherine (Katalin), the daughter of the future king Stephen V of Hungary.
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Stefan II Nemanja:Sovereign of Serbia (1217-27) and son of the founder of the Nemanjid dynasty, Stefan.
Stefan VI Uros II Milutin: Kralj (king) of Serbia (1281/2-1321).
Stefan VIII Uros IV Dusan:Kralj (king) of Serbia (1331-45/6) and "tsar of Serbia and Romania" (1345/6-55).
www.fhw.gr /chronos/10/en/lexiko/lexs.html   (1180 words)

 Stefan Uroš II Milutin of Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stefan Uroš II Milutin (Serbian: Стефан Урош II Милутин), (born around 1253-died in 1321), was a king of Serbia (reigned 1282–1321), and member of Nemanjić dynasty.
The peace was concluded in 1299 when Milutin kept conquered lands as dowry of Simonis, daughter of emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos.
This meant that Stefan Dečanski was to be heir to the throne in Serbia and not Dragutin's son Stefan Vladislav II.
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 Stefan Uroš - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stefan Uroš was name of several Serb kings and tsars.
King Stefan Uroš III Decanski (1321 - 1331)
Tsar Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (1331 - 1355)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stefan_Uros   (103 words)

 History (Chapter ii)
Uros was adroit enough to maintain friendly relations with the Nicaean Empire, though the Nicaean Emperor was never quite sure of his true intentions.
Uros was dethroned by his son Dragutin, who was deeply dissatisfied with his father's distrust.
Milutin took advantage of it, mounted an attack on his nephew, defeated him, threw him in captivity and conquered Rudnik, the mining village of Lipnik, the city of Macva and, probably, Belgrade.
www.rodoslovlje.com /medieval_serbia/eng/history2.htm   (1620 words)

 Wikipedia: List of Serbian monarchs
Stefan (youngest brother of Pribislav and Bran, son of Mutimir), born ca.
Possibly received the title of king (and crown) from Pope Gregory VII though it is still an issue of debate.
Stefan (Uros IV) Dušan (1331 - 1355), self-proclaimed Tzar in 1346.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/l/li/list_of_serbian_monarchs.html   (723 words)

 [Project Rastko] THE HISTORY OF SERBIAN CULTURE - Sima Cirkovic: Rises and falls in Serbian statehood in the middle ages
Stefan Nemanja abdicated the throne, appointing his middle son, Stefan, to replace him; Stefan was the son-in-law of the Byzantine imperial family.
Due to the activities of the king's brother, Sava, the position of the church changed significantly within the Serbian state, having a bifurcated tradition: it was Roman Catholic in the towns on the Adriatic coast and in their vicinity, and it was Byzantine-Orthodox in the territory of the archbishopric of Ohrid.
Milutin conquered northern and central Macedonia (up to the town of Prosek, today known as Demir Kapija), while Dragutin was given the banate of Macva and Belgrade with its environs because he was the son-in-law and vassal of the Hungarian king.
www.rastko.org.yu /isk/scirkovic-middle_ages.html   (4894 words)

 Find A Grave - Search Results for "NEMAN"
Despite his father Milutin's long reign, succession issues were left murky for a long time, exacerbated by the fact that Milutin himself was technically perhaps just a regent for his elder brother, and had at...
Stefan Prvovencani (the First-Crowned) was the second eldest son of the Grand Duke Stefan Nemanja, younger brother of Vukan and older brother of Rastko Nemanjic (Saint Sava).
Dragutin was the eldest son of King Stefan Uros I. He married Katarina, daughter of Hungarian king Stefan V. He was the leading hungarophile in Serbian politics, and because of this he came in conflict with his father, from whom he then usurped the throne in 1276 with help of the Hungarians.
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 Serbian Church in History
Stefan Nemanja was a devoutly religious person and from the very beginnings unreservedly keen on Eastern Orthodoxy, which had, without any doubt, already set firm roots in his lands and among his people centuries before.
His nephew, King Vladislav, managed to move his body back to Serbia and to have it entombed on the on the 6th/19th of May 1237 in the church that he (King Vladislav) intended to be his own mausoleum — that of monastery Mileseva (Milesheva).
King Milutin (1282-1321) built the Church of the Theotokos (Bogorodicina crkva) in Skoplje, the new Hilandar church, Theotokos of Ljevis (Lyevish, Bogorodica Ljeviska) in Prizren, Old Nagoricano (1313, Nagorichano, Staro Nagoricano), Banjska (Banyska, 1313-1317), Gracanica (Grachanytsa, 1315), The Holy Archangels (1311, Sveti Arhandjeli) in Jerusalem.
www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org /articles/church_history/popovic_serbian_church.htm   (14864 words)

 Serbian Rulers - Stefann Uros II Milutin, King (1282-1321)
Serbian Rulers - Stefann Uros II Milutin, King (1282-1321)
The agreement was sealed by a high-level royal marriage between the king and emperor Andronikos' minor daughter Simonida (Simonis), and assured a generally cordial relationship between the two courts for the rest of Milutin's reign.
Milutin's generosity was legendary, as he erected several dozen monasteries, churches and hospitals and endowed many more; much of this legacy is still visible today.
www.suc.org /culture/history/Serb_History/Rulers/Stefan_Uros_II_Milutin.html   (650 words)

 Prologue to Kosovo: The Era of Prince Lazar
His son, Stefan Uros III Decanski (1321-1331), extended Serbian dominion over most of the Vardar Valley; and his grandson, Stefan Dusan, pushed his armies all the way to the Gulf of Corinth.
Uros, who was childless and had no success in maintaining central authority in the short-lived Serbian Empire, apparently recognized in Vukasin his own successor.
Stefan and his brother Vuk pointed out to their mother that it was shameful that the relics of their father were not preserved in the Church of Ravanica.
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 Coins of the Byzantine Empire
Milutin succeeded his crippled brother Dragutin, who abdicated the throne in 1282.
Though Simonis grew to be a beautiful woman, she loathed Milutin (though he is reported to have fallen in love with her,) and attempted escape on at least two occasions.
Milutin was also an ally of the church, building and endowing a great number of churches and monasteries.
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 Serbia Info News / Sacred Heritage of Kosovo and Metohia
One of the greatest Serbian patrons was King Milutin (1282-1321) who had over 40 monasteries constructed, among which the Kosovo monasteries of the Holy Theotokos of Ljevis (1306/1307), Banjska (1313-1317) and Gracanica (1313-1321).
It was during the reign of Milutin`s father, King Uros I. During the reign of King Milutin, Banjska monastery was promoted, and became the fourth among Serbian monasteries.
Milutin`s relics were transferred to Trepca by monks in 1389, and later, in 1445, they were taken to Sofia, Bulgaria, where they still are.
www.serbia-info.com /news/1999-07/25/13536.html   (2264 words)

As Stefan the First Crowned had annexed this area to the Serbian state in 1214, the former Prizren Bishopric was included in the territories of the Serbian church when it won its independence in 1219.
The other layer of paintings, which dates from the time of King Milutin, between 1307 and 1313, was discovered mostly during restorative work in 1950-1952, when the layers of plaster which had been applied when the church was transformed to a mosque was removed.
A portrait of King Milutin, the endower, exceeding life-size, is painted opposite the composition on a red background with a long, glorying inscription.
www.serbia-info.com /news/1999-08/31/14190.html   (899 words)

 Gornje Nerodimlje   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The rulers of the Nemanjic dynasty - King Uros II Milutin and his descendents King Stefan Decanski and Emperors Uros IV Dusan and Uros V had the summer courts in it.
The Petric fort was mentioned in the biography of the King Stefan Decanski and his son, the Emperor Uros IV Dusan.
The church of the Dormition of the Virgin (the monastery of St. Uros) is situated on the slopes of the Neredik hill, west to the village of Gornje Nerodimlje.
www.yuheritage.com /nerodimlje.htm   (341 words)

 Univerzitetska biblioteka: Izdanja Biblioteke:
The main church of the Holy Trinity was built as a mausoleum for King Uros himself and his parents, his mother, the Serbian Queen Anna Dandolo and his father, the Serbian King Stefan the First-Crowned whose remains were translated from Studenica monastery to Sopocani in 1266.
This exonarthex was painted during the reign of the King Stefan Uros IV Dusan before he became tsar and was crowned as emperor.
The icons were also painted for the church templon (iconostasis) during King Milutin’s reign performing the same artistic value, especially the one depicting the patronal feast of the church, Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple.
www.unilib.bg.ac.yu /en/publications/manastiri.php   (4593 words)

King Stefan was succeeded by his eldest son Radoslav (1228 – 34), son of the imperial princes Eudoxia and on who felt himself to be more Greek than Serb.
Uros was at last dethroned by his eldest son Stefan Dragutin (1276 – 82) who was succeeded in 1282 by his younger brother Uros II Milutin.
Uros helped his younger brother Stefan Dragutin to conquer the Bulgarian province of Branicevo south of the Danube and east of the Morava, thereby making the Danube the northern boundary of Serbia for the first time.
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 The Migration of Serbs and Montenegrins from Kosovo and Metohija (I)
King Milutin left behind the biggest number of structures in Kosovo, one of the finest of which is Gracanica (1321) near Pristina, the most beautiful medieval monument in the Balkans.
Stefan Dusan's empire stretched from the Danube to the Peloponneseus and from Bulgaria to the Albanian littoral.
King Vukasin's successor, King Marko (the legendary hero of folk poems, Kralyevich Marko) acknowledged the supreme authority of the sultan and took part as a vassal in his campaigns against neighboring Christian states.
www.members.tripod.com /Balkania/resources/history/migrations/mk_1.html   (15631 words)

 Raska and Kosovo
Also present are the dynastic portraits, from the founder to King Radoslav carrying the model, indicating that he was the donor of this addition to the Church of the Virgin.
The aged king and his still young queen, splendidly dressed in their bejeweled garments, are given the crown by an angel, the messenger of God.
In the post-World War II period, Tsar Dusan's remains were brought to Belgrade to rest in Saint Mark's Church, built in the interwar period as a large replica of Gracanica.
www.srpska-mreza.com /bookstore/kosovo/kosovo2.htm   (4259 words)

 ERPKIM Archive | Banjska Monastery - one year anniversary since its restoration, August 22, 2005
The endowment of King Milutin was among the first destroyed and left empty after the arrival of the Turks.
Medieval monastery of Banjska, the endowment and tomb of King Milutin
King Milutin, the greatest endower among Serbian medieval rulers who, according to folk tradition, "reigned 40 years and built 40 churches", entrusted the construction of Banjska to his spiritual father, later the first abbot of Banjska, and then to Serbian Archbishop Danilo II.
www.kosovo.net /news/archive/2005/August_22/1.html   (2002 words)

 STUDENICA [WP5VLADIN]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Nemanja’s grandson King Radoslav built a splendid narthex in front of the Church of the Presentation in 1235.
King Milutin erected a small church in 1314 and dedicated it to SS Joachim and Ann.
King’s Church is constructed in the form of a compressed cross and with a dome octogonal without.
mail.phy.bg.ac.yu /~yunfec/stud08.html   (1659 words)

 ERPKIM Archive | Spiritual Renewal in Diocese of Raska and Prizren continues, August 22, 2004
The monastery of Banjska with its church dedicated to St. Stefan was built between 1313-17 as the endowment of the Serbian King Stefan Uros II Milutin, one of the most powerful rulers of the dynasty of Nemanjic and one of the most powerful rulers in the Balkans of his time.
Milutin intended to be entombed in the church at Banjska and that is where he was first buried.
Stefan Nemanja to the monastery of Holy Archangels of the Emperor Dusan.
www.kosovo.net /news/archive/2004/August_22/1.html   (1852 words)

 List of Serbian monarchs: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Possibly received the title of king (and crown) from Pope Gregory VII[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject] though it is still an issue of debate.
Stefan Nemanja Stefan nemanja (cyrillic), stefan i (ca 1132-february 13 1199 or 1200) was the grand upan of raska,...
Stefan Lazarević Despot stefan lazarevi (in cyrillic:) (1374-1427) was the son and heir to lazar (cyrillic:...
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 Culture in Late Byzantine Period
The Serbian king was a fervent and active supporter of the Church.
His biographer Danilo informs us that Milutin founded 15 churches and monastic institutions in Serbia, Constantinople, Mount Athos, Thessalonike and even in Jerusalem and in the monastery of Mt. Sinai.
They have been associated with the period during which the Serbian kralj was in the city on the occasion of his marriage to Simonis, the daughter of the Emperor
www.fhw.gr /chronos/10/en/pl/t/t14b4.html   (173 words)

Stefan Brankovic and Helen Palaiologos, Regency (1458 - 1459)
The reign of King Aleksandar (1889-1903) was accompanied by numerous constitutional and parliamentary crises, as well as crises in the royal court.
The absolute rule of Prince and King Nikola was not weakened by the adoption of the General Property Code (1888), or of the Constitution (1905) which introduced a parliamentary government.
pandora.nla.gov.au /pan/34345/20040811/www.serbinfo.com.au/veng.htm   (9124 words)

 Byzantine Studies Conference: 1999 Abstracts
Stefan Dusan of Serbia conquered Eastern Macedonia in 1344-1345.
Having annexed Byzantine territories, Stefan Dusan acted as one of the sides in the incessant Byzantine civil wars: he was obviously accepted as such by many of the local magnates exhausted by decades of civil strife and tired of ever shifting political alliances.
Here I shall argue that the disappearance of the title 'King of the Jews' had its origin in the pervasive iconophile designation of iconoclasts as 'Jews', while the appearance of OBTD was prompted by the dispute of 1160-1166 concerning the Glory of Christ.
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 Photo Tour of Serbian Lands - Kosovo
Gracanica Monastery was built at turn of the 14th Century by the Serbian King Milutin, husband of the Byzantine princess, daughter of the Emperor Andronikos II.
Sopocani Monastery was built in the middle of 13th Century by King Uros I. It was damaged three times by Turks of the Ottoman Empire and each time it was renovated.
Decani Monastery was built by King Stefan Uros III in the early 14th Century.
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 Nemanjic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Stefan Nemanja (Cyrillic), Stefan I (ca 1113-February 13, 1199 or 1200) was the Grand Zupan of Raška (Rascia), located in the central west region of the Balkans from 1166 to 1199.
Stefan Vojislav — founder of the House of Vojislavljevic; in 1035 rebelled against the Byzantine Empire, but forced to sign an armistice; went to war again in 1040, which would be continued by his heir and son, Mihajlo.
Stefan (Uros IV) Dušan (1331 - 1355), King of Serbia (1331 - 1346); Tsar of All Serbs, Albanians and Greeks (1346 - 1355)
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