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Stefan Nemanja was succeeded by his middle son Stefan, whilst his first-born Vukan was given the rule of the Zeta region (present-day Montenegro).
Stefan Nemanja's youngest son Rastko became a monk and took the name of Sava, turning all his efforts to spreading religiousness among his people.
Tzar Stefan Dusan doubled the size of his kingdom seizing territories to the south, southeast and east at the expense of Byzantium.
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  Stefan Vladislav II
Stefan Vladislav II (Стефан Владислав II) was Serb king (1321-1324), son of king Dragutin and hungarian princess Katarina.
When Milutin died in 1321, freed Vladislav got to rule, with the help of Hungarians and Bosnian ban, lands of his father, and after he was beaten again by supporters of Stefan Dečanski[?] he retreated in Hungary in 1324.
Ban Stefan II then started to rule Vladislav's lands in Bosnia (Soli and Usor), and around Srem[?] were long battles between Serbs and Hungarians.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/st/Stefan_Vladislav_II.html   (164 words)

 Kosovo Roma Oral History Project: Kosovo's History, from the Nemanjas to 1989
In 1219 Stefan II created the autocephalous Serbian Orthodox Church (Stefan II, with the approval of the Byzantine Empire, broke the congregation of his lands away from the enraged archbishopric of Ohrid, touching off an ecclesiastical conflict that continues to the present) with its seat based in Žica, near Kraljevo, Serbia.
Stefan Uroš III was imprisoned in the fortress of Zvecan, Kosovo, and was later garroted.
Stefan Dušan’s reign was the pinnacle of Serbian medieval civilization.
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 Stefan Dragutin - Information at Halfvalue.com
Stefan Dragutin (died March 12, 1316) was King of Serbia from 1276 to 1282 and King of Srem from 1282 to 1316.
Dragutin was the eldest son of king Stefan Uroš I by Helena.
Jelisaveta or Elisaveta (Јелисавета), married in 1284 to the Bosnian ban Stefan I Kotromanić.
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 The Sacrosanct Nemanyich Dynasty
Stefan Nemanya is the founder of the Nemanyich Dynasty and unifier of all Serbian lands.
Milutin was the younger son of Stefan Urosh I. He was, after St Symeon and St Sava, the biggest donor of Chilandar and the biggest donor in general among all members of the sacrosanct Nemanyich dynasty.
Stefan Urosh III was the son of King Milutin.
www.njegos.org /medieval/nemanjic.htm   (2582 words)

 An Introduction to the History of Kosovo and Metohija
When Milutin conquered lands to the south and married Princess Simonis, daughter of Andronikos II in 1298, Serbia's connections with the political and social life of Byzantium, its institutions and customs grew closer yet.
These churches and the complex of the Patriarchate of Pec with the Holy Apostles in its core - the resting place of the highest church dignitaries as early as the second half of the 13th century - left a distinctive mark on the architecture of the region as a whole.
Milutin, as we have said, resided in smaller fortresses and adjacent towns; no ruins have, to date, been discovered which would suggest that he led a lavish lifestyle.
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 Stefan Dragutin of Serbia at AllExperts
Stefan Dragutin (died March 12 1316) was King of Serbia from 1276 to 1282 and king of Srem from 1282 to 1316.
Dragutin was the eldest son of king Stefan Uroš I by Helena.
Conflict between the brothers was calmed by the clergy in 1313.
en.allexperts.com /e/s/st/stefan_dragutin_of_serbia.htm   (714 words)

 Australian Information from Wikipedia
In 1166, a Serbian nobleman from Zeta, Stefan Nemanja, the founder of the House of Nemanja ascended to the Rascian Grand Princely throne and conquered most of Kosovo, in an uprising against the Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus.
King Stefan closed in his neighbouring fortress of Petrič, but Dušan captured him and closed him with his second wife Maria Palailogos and their children in Zvečan, where the dethroned King died on 11 November 1331.
Stefan Dušan received John VI Cantacuzenus in 1342 in his Castle in Pauni to discuss a joint War against the Byzantine Emperor.
www.thinkingaustralia.com /thinking_australia/wikipedia/default.php?title=Kosovo   (7559 words)

 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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 STEFAN MILUTIN Articles Stefan Uroš II Milutin (Serbian ???
Peace was concluded in 1299 when Milutin kept the conquered lands as the dowry of Simonis, daughter of Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos who became his 4th wife.
Around 1287 or 1288 Milutin helped his brother Stefan Dragutin to pacify two Bulgarian nobles in today's north-east Serbia, in the Branicevo region, but those nobles were vassals of the Bulgarian prince of Vidin Shishman who sought revenge.
This meant that Stefan Decanski was to be heir to the throne in Serbia and not Dragutin's son Stefan Vladislav II.
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 Raska and Kosovo
The Church of the Ascension of Christ in the Zhicha Monastery, built by Sava and his brother Stefan (after 1207), was perceived as the "Mother of Serbian Churches," and eventually became the coronation church of Serbian kings, beginning with Stefan the First Crowned.
Hidden among the gently rolling hills in the heartland of the Serbia of the Nemanjic dynasty, it lies near the ancient capital of Ras and the source of the river Raska.
It was built for King Stefan Uros III (Decanski) between 1327 and 1335.
www.srpska-mreza.com /bookstore/kosovo/kosovo2.htm   (4259 words)

 Stefan Milutin | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
Stefan Uroš II Milutin (Serbian: Стефан Урош II Милутин), (born around 1253-died on October 29, 1321), was a king of Serbia (reigned 1282–1321), and member of the House of Nemanjić.He was the youngest son of King Stefan Uroš I and his wife, Queen Helena.
The next year Milutin advanced with his brother deep into Byzantine territory all the way to Kavala.
Peace was concluded in 1299 when Milutin kept the conquered lands as the dowry of Simonis, daughter of Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos.
www.babylon.com /definition/Stefan_Milutin   (189 words)

Jahrhundert vom serbischen König Stefan Decanski erbaut und ist sein Mausoleum.
Stefan Nemanja, der sechs Jahre nach der Klostergründung zu Gunsten seines zweiten Sohnes Stefan Prvovencani abdankte, ging als Mönch Simeon auf den Berg Athos.
König Milutin ließ sie als eine seiner zahlreichen Stiftungen erbauen, die von Serbien über Thessaloniki und den Berg Áthos bis ins Heilige Land verstreut sind.
www.weltkulturerbe-online.de /europa/serbien.htm   (555 words)

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