Frizatik
Frizatik was a currency minted in Croatia in the twelfth century. It got its name after the town of Friesach in Carinthia (from where it originated).
Supetar Cartulary
Supetar cartulary or Sumpetar cartulary (Croatian: Supetarski kartular) is a 12th-century cartulary which contains charters from the years 1080 to 1187. Although the cartulary itself just lists ...
Supetar Cartulary - Wikipedia
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...
Kingdom of Croatia (925–1102) - Wikipedia
Pacta conventa (Croatia)
Pacta conventa (Lat. agreed accords) was an alleged agreement concluded between King Coloman of Hungary and the Croatian nobility in 1102 or afterwards, defining the status of Croatia in the union wit...
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Beloš Vukanović
Beloš (Serbian: Белош; fl. 1141–1163), was a Serbian prince and Hungarian palatine (comes palatinus, the highest court title) who served as the Regent of Hungary in 1141-1146, alongside his sister...
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...
Raynerius of Split
Raynerius of Split (died 1180) was an Italian Camaldolese monk. He became bishop of Cagli, from 1156 to 1175, and then archbishop of Split.He was stoned to death in a dispute over land, defending the ...