Michael Krešimir II of Croatia
Michael Krešimir II (Croatian: Mihajlo Krešimir, Latin: Michael Cresimiri ) (died 969) was King of Croatia from 949 to his death in 969. He was a member of the House of Trpimir. Krešimir II w...
Croatian–Bulgarian battle of 926
In 926 a battle was fought in the Bosnian highlands between the armies the Bulgarian Empire, under the rule of Bulgarian Tsar Simeon I, who at the time also fought a war with the Byzantine Empire, and...
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Kingdom of Croatia (925–1102)
The Kingdom of Croatia (Latin: Regnum Croatiae; Croatian: Kraljevina Hrvatska, Hrvatsko Kraljevstvo) was a medieval kingdom in the Central Europe comprising most of what is today Croa...
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Svetoslav of Croatia
Svetoslav Suronja was King of Croatia from 997 to 1000. He was a member of House of Trpimirović. He reigned with the help of his Ban, Varda. His name was Svetoslav, but because of his physiology and, ...
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Trpimir II of Croatia
Trpimir II (died c. 935) was a King of Croatia from 928 to 935. He was from the House of Trpimirović. Trpimir was probably the son of Duke Muncimir and younger brother of Tomislav.Following the death ...
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Tomislav of Croatia
Tomislav ([tǒmislaʋ], Latin: Tamisclaus) was a ruler of Croatia in the Middle Ages. He reigned from around 910 until 928, first as a duke (Latin: dux Croatorum) of the Duchy of Croatia, and th...
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Miroslav of Croatia
Miroslav was the King of Croatia from 945 until his death in 949 and a member of the House of Trpimirović.
He was the oldest son of Krešimir I and succeeded him as king in 945. During his reign Cr...
Krešimir I of Croatia
Krešimir I was a King of Croatian Kingdom from 935 until his death in 945. He was a member of the House of Trpimirović.
He succeeded his father Trpimir II as King. He managed during his reign, lik...
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Gregory of Nin
Gregory of Nin (Croatian: Grgur Ninski, [ɡr̩̂ɡuːr nîːnskiː]) was a medieval Croatian bishop of Nin who strongly opposed the Pope and official circles of the Church and introduced the national lang...
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House of Madi
House of Madi was a patrician family from Zadar. They were influential in Croatian politics from 10th till 12th century.
The Madii were the leading family of Zadar, the capital of the Byzantine th...
Bijaći
Biaći are a village in Croatia, 5 km northeast of Trogir, at the contact point between the Trogir part and the Lower Kaštela part of the Velo field. It was first mentioned in two old Croatian doc...
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Battle of Drava River
The Battle of Drava River was fought between the army of Tomislav of Croatia and the forces of Hungarian tribes led by Grand Prince Zoltán, the youngest son of Árpád, founder of the Árpád dynasty. Acc...
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Duchy of the Croats
"Duchy of Croatia" (Croatian: Kneževina Hrvatska) or "Duchy of the Croats" (Croatian: Kneževina Hrvata), also "Dalmatian Croatia" (Croatian: Dalmatinska Hrvatska) and "Littoral Croatia" (C...
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Helen of Zadar
Helen of Zadar (Croatian: Jelena) (died 8 October 976), also known as Helen the Glorious, was the queen consort of the Kingdom of Croatia, as the wife of King Michael Krešimir II, from 946 to 969,...
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Stephen Držislav of Croatia
Stephen Držislav (Croatian: Stjepan Držislav, Latin: Dirzislaus) (died 997) was King of Croatia from 969 AD until his death in 997. He was a member of the Trpimirović dynasty. He ruled from Bi...
Duchy of Pannonia
Lower Pannonia (Latin: Pannoniae Inferioris), located in the southwestern parts of the former Roman province of Pannonia, was held by Slavic rulers between the fall of the Avar Khaganate starting ...
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Croatian–Bulgarian Wars
The Croatian–Bulgarian Wars were a series of conflicts that erupted three times during the 9th and 10th centuries between the medieval realms of Croatia and Bulgaria. During these wars, Croatia formed...
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