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  Bosnia and Herzegovina - LoveToKnow 1911
Stephen Tvrtko, the nephew and successor of Kotromanic,was a minor, and for thirteen years his mother, Helena, acted as regent.
The death of Stephen Dushan, in 1356, had left his empire defenceless against the Hungarians, Turks and other enemies; and to win help from Bosnia the Servian tsar Lazar ceded to Tvrtko a large tract of territory, including the principality of Tribunia.
During the reigns of Ostojic (Stephen IV., 1418-14 21) and Tvrtkovic (Stephen V., 1421-1444) Bosnia was thus left an easy prey to the Turks, who exacted a yearly tribute, after again ravaging the country, and carrying off many thousands of slaves, with a vast store of plunder.
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KotromaniC and Tvrtko had known how to crush or conciliate their turbulent magnates, whose power reasserted itself under Dabila (Stephen II., 1391–1398), a brother of Tvrtko.
Ostoja (Stephen III., 1398–1418), an illegitimate son of Tvrtko, proved a puppet in the hands of Hrvoje Vukcic, duke of Spalato, Sandalj Hranic,3 and other leaders of the aristocracy, who fought indifferently against the Turks, the Hungarians, the king or one another.
During the reigns of Ostojic (Stephen IV., 1418–1421) and Tvrtkovic (Stephen V., 1421–1444) Bosnia was thus left an easy prey to the Turks, who exacted a yearly tribute, after again ravaging the country, and carrying off many thousands of slaves, with a vast store of plunder.
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 West Balkans Edukit - Biographies
Stephen Dushan, also known as Stephen Uros IV, was born in 1331, the son of Stephen Uros III.
At the age of 15, Stephen Tvrtko was crowned the king of the Bosnians in 1353 when his uncle Stephen Kotromanic was killed in a war with Stephen Dushan of Serbia.
After the capture of the monastery of St. Sava in 1377, Stephen Tvrtko was crowned as the king of “the Serbs, Bosnians, and the Croats.” This brought a brief period of sweeping prosperity to Bosnia, as it claimed territory that encompassed the Sava River and the islands of Korula and Hvar.
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During the reign of Stephen I the bishopric of Nin was reestablished and its incumbent bore the title of "Bishop of Croatia".
Stephen II contributed in 1322 to the fall of Mladen II, the successor of Pavao Subic, ban of Croatia and lord of Bosnia.
Stephen II Kotromanic erected the first Franciscan monastery next to his court in Sutjeska and Mili by Visoko, where he built a crypt for himself and his family in the monastery church.
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 Bosnia and Herzegovina - Flag of 1992
Pavao Subic was forced to cede control of Southern Bosnia to Stjepan Kotromanic (died 1353), and, in 1314, Mladen II ceded the banate of Bosnia to him.
The Kotromanic were close to the Hungarian kings, and Stjepan's daughter Elisabeth married Louis I of Hungary (reigned 1342-82).
Tvrtko's son Tvrtko II (1404-09, 1421-43) used a seal similar to his father's, with the arms of the Kotromanic family itself, which are the bend between 6 fleur-de-lys, a crowned helm with the same crest.
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 Bosnia: From the Romans to the Turks
In 1390 Milica, the queen widow of Lazarus, accepted, in the name of her child, that Serbia became Turkish vassal: it had to be paid an annual tribute and it had to be furnished troops for the war campaigns of the Turks.
In 1402 the tartar Tamerlane defeated Bayazed and Stephen in the battle of Ankara.
In 1459 the successor of Tvrtko II, Stephen Tomas, conducted a hard battle against the Bosnian schismatic church and succeeded in reestablishing the obedience of the clergy to the pope.
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 The world's top stephen kotromanic websites
Stephen's father, Kotroman, was the ruler of a territory in northern Bosnia.
Stephen appears to have been a member of Bosnian Church, but also is thought to have been a Serbian Orthodox and by some even a Roman Catholic.
Stephen was buried in the Franciscan Monastery of Visoko.
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 Stephen II of Bosnia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the son of Bosnian Ban Stephen I Kotroman and the Serbian Princess Jelisaveta, sister of king Stefan Vladislav II of Syrmia.
In the edict, Bosnian Ban Stephen II of Kotroman was possibly referring to his Latinized, of German origin father and his Serbian mother.
After Stephen II's death, his daughter Elisabeth, Queen of Hungary gave birth to Stephen's three granddaughters (one died young), of whom Mary I of Hungary was to succeed her father as reigning Queen of Hungary, and Jadwiga was to succeed Louis as reigning Queen of Poland.
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Tvrtko I Kotromanic was the Bosnian ban from 1353 until 1377., the king of Serbs, Bosnia, Seaside and the West Sides from 1377 until 1390 and the king of Raљka, Bosnia, Dalmatia, Croatia and Seaside from 1390 until 1391.
Tvrtko the First was the son of the duke Vladislav Kotromanic and Jelena Љubic.
Stefan Tvrtko I Kotromanic the King of Serbs, Bosnia and Seaside- Charter to the Republic of Dubrovnik
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 History - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Europe
In 1180 Ban (“governor” or “viceroy” in Croatian and Hungarian) Kulin created the nucleus of an independent Bosnian state, which was revived, consolidated, and expanded by Ban Stephen Kotromanic (reigned 1322-1353).
Kotromanic’s conquest of Hum (later Herzegovina) in 1326 united Bosnia and Herzegovina for the first time.
Medieval Bosnia reached its height under Stephen Tvrtko (reigned 1353-1391), who was crowned Tvrtko I, king of Serbia and Bosnia, in 1377.
www.countriesquest.com /europe/bosnia_and_herzegovina/history.htm   (320 words)

 Bosnia's Long History-Part I, Untill 1800   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
He took offense at the annexation of Herzegovina, for it was part of his empire, and decided to challenge Kotromanic.
When in 1353, Ban Stephen Kotromanic died, his nephew Stephen Tvrtko became Ban at the age of only fifteen.
The king of Bosnia, Stephen Tomasevic knew his kingdom was the next step in the plans of the Turkish emperor Mahomet II.
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 Talk:Serbs of Bosnia and Herzegovina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stephen II Kotromanić's mother was a Serbian Princess; his mother tongue was the Serbian redaction of the Church Slavonic; he was born as a Christian adherent of the Serbian Orthodox Church; he was born in Serbian-held territories.
This is the charter of Stephen II of Kotroman: to have and hold to the end of the world moveless.
In the English language: And Stephen the King, brother of Milutin the King, Uroš II, which Srem held, with his wife Cathlyne, daughter of the hungarian King Vladislav, had Urošica and Jelisaveta.
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 Culture > CROATIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE - HERCEG BOSNA :: Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina ::
Parts of ciborium from the church in Rogacici near Blazuj as well as a tablet with cranes from Carevo polje near Jajce as well as capitels from Sarajevo and Kresevo and a basis of a Column from Rmanj on the river Una also pertain to the same group of monuments as the above mentioned.
Beside Hrvoje's Missal, this category comprises especially luxurious works made in precious metals (silver and gold) among which chalices and arm reliquaries of Bosnian Banus Subic and of Duke Hranic of Herzegovina are of particularly exquisite quality.
Death of Stjepan Kotromanic, the founder of Bosnian royal dynasty.
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He was the son of Vladislav Kotromanic and Jelena Šubic, and was descended from the founder of Serbia's Nemanjid dynasty.
Tvrtko became Ban of Bosnia in 1353 upon the death of his uncle, Ban Stjepan (Stephen) Kotromanic, when Tvrtko was 15 years old.
His predecessor, Ban Stephen Kotromanic, had added part of the Dalmatian coastline between Ragusa and Split to the Bosnian Kingdom, and Tvrtko expanded northwards and southwards along the coast, from south of Zara to the Bay of Kotor, with the exception of Ragusa, which remained independent.
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 Courtly Lives - St. Jadwiga of Anjou, Queen of Poland
Stjepan II Kotromanic was born about 1292, and died September 28, 1353.
Stefan Prijezda I Kotromanic, Ban of Bornia, was born about 1211 and died after 1287.
Stephen Married Elizabeth, a Cumanian of unknown ancestry in 1253.
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 Serb - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Serb ruler during the middle ages (see List of Serbian rulers), Stephen Nemanja, and his son, Saint Sava, founded the monastery of Hilandar for the Serbian Orthodox Church, one of the greatest and oldest Orthodox Christian monuments in the world.
The Battle of Kosovo in 1389 is commonly regarded in Serbian national mythology as the key event in the country's defeat by the Turks, although in fact, Ottoman rule was not fully imposed until some time later.
After Serbia fell, Tvrtko Kotromanic, the king of Bosnia used the title "King of Bosnia, the Serbs, the West-ends and the Primorje" from 1389 to 1390.
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The original document is kept in the historical archive of Dubrovnik-documents and files of 14th century n.
I’m very pleased to glorify You just like it should be done with profound faith and to address You with these pious words, oh You holy martyr Stephen.
I called my God then and the holy martyr and archpriest Stephen and I built a town in Holy Stephen’s name on the very place.
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 GetReligion: October 27, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Bosnia’s King Tvrtko Kotromanic, a Bogumil who described himself as a Roman Catholic, even conquered Serbia and ruled it for decades.
However, by the time the Ottomans arrived, Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians once again had the upper hand and Bosnians were suffering tremendously under their policies of conversion and extermination.
It was first used by King Tvrtko Kotromanic in the 1300s to descibe the members of the Bosnian Church.
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 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Pagania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Croatia attempted to conquer the region in the late 13th and early 14th century, but failed eventually.
It has remained as a part of the Serbian Hum until Zahumlje's conquest by the Bosnian Ban Stephen II Kotromanic in 1322-1326 with the exception of Omiš, which was ceized by the Hungarians.
The forgotten Serbian tribe - the Narentines (in Serbian)
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 Bosnia & Herzegovina Places To See | History & interesting facts on B&H   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The city was built during the reign of ban Stephen II Kotromanic and was first mentioned in a document dating from 1349.
It shared the role of seat of the rulers of Bosnia with Kraljeva Sutjeska, however Bobovac was much better fortified.
These were Stjepan Ostojic, Tvrtko II Kotromanic and Stjepan Tomas.
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 Bosnia and Herzegovina History Counties with short briefs
But while Ban tried his best to bring peace in the region, he was at loggerheads with the Christian sect, the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox churches.
century Bosnia was the arena of struggle for power between the Subic and the Kotromanic families.
The conflict was concluded with the crowning of Stephen II Kotromanic as a ban.
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1353 (1357?) - 1391 (Ban 1353-1377, King 1377-1391) Tvrtko Kotromanic (born 1338?, died 1391) Nephew of Stephen Kotromanic.
1391 - 1395 Stephen (Stjepan) Dabiša (died 1395) Illegitimate son of Ninoslav Kotromanic, a son of Kotroman.
From 1404 Tvrtko II claimed the Kingship of Bosnia, and battled with Ostoja and Radivoj for control of Bosnia, finally forcing Radivoj from the throne in 1420.
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 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
4) Stephen Dragutin (St.Theoctist) m Catherine of Hungary, daughter of Stephen IV of Hungary and Elisabeth of Kuni, herself daughter of the khan of Cuman tribe
6) Stephen II Kotromanic of Bosnia m Elisabeth of Kujavia of the House of Piast of Poland
Stjepan Kotromanic II of Bosnia (as above), father of 7.
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 Herceg Novi Top5 :: Destination-Montenegro.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
It is the best mixture of history and culture, tradition and spirituality, times gone by and modern ones.
Founded by king of Bosnia, Tvrtko I Kotromanic, town was first called Saint Stephen.
Historic data record that town is old about 6 centuries, and on that troublesome history witness fortresses inside walls of Old town (Spanjola, Citadela, Forte Mare, Kanli Kula), there are also numerous palaces and churches.
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The first native prince to rule as Duke of Croatia was one Trpimir I, who ruled 845-864; he ruled under the suzerainty of the Emperor Lothar, but brought relations with Byzantium much closer.
2.Stjepan Kotroman, Ban of Bosnia as a vassal of the Nemanjiden family of Serbia and of the Counts of Bribir, d.ca 1314; m.after 1283 Jelisaveta (d.1331) dau.of King Stephan Dragutin of Serbia
2.1.Stjepan Kotromanic, Ban of Bosnia, he won the territory of Zahumlje (Hercegovina) during his reign; he d.1353; he was engaged in 1319 to a dau.of Ct Meinhard von Ortenburg, but they never married; he m.1324 Elzbieta, dau.of Kazimierz of Kujavia, Pr of Inowraclaw and Gnesen
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 Bosnia and Herzegovina for the Curious - Encyclopedia FunTrivia
The Kotromanic dynasty was founded by Stephen Kotroman.
It ruled Bosnia from the late 13th to the mid-15th century.
Stephen Kotromanic (1322-53), became the first independent lord of all Bosnia in 1322.
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