Matija Gubec
Matija Gubec (Hungarian: Gubecz Máté) (ca. 1548 – 15 February 1573?), with his real name Ambroz Gubec (or Gobec), was a Croatian revolutionary, best known as a leader of the Croatian-Slovenian pea...
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Siege of Gvozdansko
The Siege of Gvozdansko (Croatian: Opsada Gvozdanskog) was a siege of Gvozdansko Castle in the Kingdom of Croatia within Habsburg Monarchy. The battle around Gvozdansko and the siege of the castle...
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Ivan Karlović
Ivan Karlović (1478 or 1479 - 1531; also known as by his Latin name Johannes Torquatus) was the Ban of Croatia from 1521 to 1524 and again from 1527 to 1531. Karlović's seat was in Medvedgrad.He is of...
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Matthew Ferchi
Matija Ferkić or Matija Frkić (Italian: Matteo Ferchi), English: Matthew Ferchi (Ferkich), (1583–1669) was a Croatian-born Italian Franciscan scholastic philosopher.He was from the island of K...
Ivan Drašković
Ivan II Drašković (Hungarian: Draskovich János; 1550–1613) was a Croatian ban and member of the Drašković noble family. His wife was Baroness Éva Istvánffy, daughter of Miklós Istvánffy.He is know...
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Battle of Grobnik field
The Battle of Grobnik field is a legendary battle that supposedly occurred in 1242 between the Croats and the Tatars. The legend was recorded as early as 16th century and was later a focus of an early...
Mavro Orbin
Mavro Orbini (1563–1614) was a Ragusan chronicler, notable for his work The Realm of the Slavs (1601) which influenced Slavic ideology and historiography in the later centuries.
Orbini was born in...
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Croatian–Slovene peasant revolt
The Croatian–Slovene Peasant Revolt of 1573 was a large peasant revolt in the territory that nowadays belongs to Croatia and Slovenia. The revolt, sparked by cruel treatment of serfs by Baron Ferenc T...
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Juraj IV Zrinski
Juraj IV Zrinski (Hungarian: Zrínyi IV. György), (*April 13, 1549 – †Vép by Szombathely, May 4, 1603), was a Croatian count, a member of the Zrinski noble family.
He was the son of Croatian B...
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Siege of Klis
The Siege of Klis or Battle of Klis (Croatian: Opsada Klisa or Bitka kod Klisa, Turkish: Klise Kuşatması) was a siege of Klis Fortress in the Kingdom of Croatia within Habsburg Monarchy. The s...
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Battle of Sisak
The Battle of Sisak (Croatian: Bitka kod Siska; Slovene: Bitka pri Sisku; German: Schlacht bei Sissek; Turkish: Kulpa Bozgunu) was fought on 22 June 1593 between Ottoman regional force...
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Parliament on Cetin
The 1527 election in Cetin (Croatian: Cetinski sabor, meaning Parliament on Cetin or Parliament of Cetin) was an assembly of the Croatian Parliament in the Cetin Castle that followed a monarchical...
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Battle of Đakovo
The Battle of Gorjani (Croatian: Bitka kod Gorjana; Hungarian: Diakovári csata, German: Schlacht bei Gorjani) was a battle fought on 9 October 1537 at Gorjani, a place in Slavonia between ...
Juraj Drašković
Juraj II Drašković (George II Drashkovich, Croatian: Juraj II. Drašković, Hungarian: Draskovics II. György), 5 February 1525 – 31 January 1587) was a Croatian nobleman, statesman and Catholic ...
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Bosanska Krajina
Bosanska Krajina ([bɔ̌sanskaː krâjina]) or Bosnian Frontier is a geographical region, a subregion of Bosnia, in western Bosnia and Herzegovina enclosed by three rivers - Sava, Una and Vrbas. It is als...
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Hundred Years' Croatian–Ottoman War
The Hundred Years' Croatian–Ottoman War (Croatian: Stogodišnji hrvatsko-turski rat, Stogodišnji rat protiv Turaka, Stogodišnji rat s Osmanlijama) is the name for a sequence of conflicts, mostly of...
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Nikola Šubić Zrinski
Nikola Šubić Zrinski ([nǐkɔla ʃûbitɕ zrîːɲskiː]) or Zrínyi Miklós([ˈzriːɲi ˈmikloːʃ]) (1508 – September 7, 1566) was a Croatian nobleman and general in service of Habsburg Monarchy, ban of Croatia fro...
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Christoph Frankopan
Christoph Frankopan (Croatian: Krsto Frankopan Brinjski, Hungarian: Frangepán Kristóf; 1482–1527) was a Croatian count from the noble House of Frankopan. As a supporter of King John I of...
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Bernardin Frankopan
Bernardin Frankopan (1453–1529) was a Croatian nobleman, diplomat, warrior and patron, a member of the Frankopan noble family, very powerful and influential in the Croato-Hungarian Kingdom. As a rich ...
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Mongol invasion of Europe
The Mongol invasion of Europe in the 13th century was the military effort by the Mongols to invade and conquer Eastern Europe and Central Europe. It involved the severe and rampant destruction of East...
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Bosnia Vilayet
The Bosnia Vilayet was a first-level administrative division (vilayet) of the Ottoman Empire, mostly comprising the territory of the present-day state of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It bordered Kosovo Vil...
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Cretan War (1645-1669)
The Cretan War (Greek: Κρητικός Πόλεμος, Turkish: Girit'in Fethi) or War of Candia (Italian: Guerra di Candia), is the name given to the Fifth Ottoman–Venetian War, a conflict between the Repu...
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Cetingrad Charter
The 1527 election in Cetin (Croatian: Cetinski sabor, meaning Parliament on Cetin or Parliament of Cetin) was an assembly of the Croatian Parliament in the Cetin Castle that followed a monarchical...
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