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Old 02-16-2005, 01:30 PM
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Stephen Uroš IV Dušan (1308-1355), King of Serbia

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Dear Blueice:

With my trusty Serbian, I found a website of Serbian artistry/artists with a divine painting of Car Dusan's wedding procession.

Thought you might enjoy it.

Best regards to all who enjoy.....



This is Tsar Dusan's wedding procession. He was King of Serbia from 1331 and Tsar of the Serbs and Romans from 1346. Under his rule Serbia reached its territorial, political and economic peak. His death in 1355 was a "catastrophe" for the Eastern Orthodox Church in the Balkans, since he ruled in the only Balkan state which was capable of stopping the advance of the Ottoman Empire.

In 1332 he married Helena, sister of the Bulgarian emperor Ivan Alexander.

Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Glad you enjoyed the art- your pick does make you think it is a wedding portrait. Yes?
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1-2. HM King Petar I

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Hi.

Is anyone knows what was happened with Lazarevic House?
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Is anyone knows what was happened with Lazarevic House?
Died out in male line with many offspring through female descendants...
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Has anybody read the new book "Dynasty" by Christina Oxenberg?Does this book help to understand better the Serbian history?
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Old 03-19-2018, 01:51 AM
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Has anybody read the new book "Dynasty" by Christina Oxenberg?Does this book help to understand better the Serbian history?
I did, but it was written for people who just don't know many things about Serbian history. Apart from some small personal details, we could read things that are widely known.
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I did, but it was written for people who just don't know many things about Serbian history. Apart from some small personal details, we could read things that are widely known.
Probably for us that we are not Serbians the book could be extremely interesting.
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Probably for us that we are not Serbians the book could be extremely interesting.
Could be. You can try
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Could be. You can try
Do you find everything in the book accurate from a historical point of view?
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Do you find everything in the book accurate from a historical point of view?
Well, this is just basic stuff, book is not that thick, so, I don't think there are any mistakes.
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Well, this is just basic stuff, book is not that thick, so, I don't think there are any mistakes.
She is the granddaughter of Prince Regent Paul so the history of Serbia was really made by her ancestors.
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Coronation of the Serbian monarch
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List of Serbian monarchs:

Vlastimirović Dynasty or House of Vlastimirović(i) (ca. 640 - ca. 950)
Unknown archont/knez (prince), died in 680, lead Serbs to the Balkans during the reign of Byzantine emperor Heraclius (610-41),
Svevlad (different dynasty?), ruled up to 660
Selimir (different dynasty?), ruled 679-680
Vladin, ruled up to 700
Ratimir, ruled until 730
Knez Višeslav (great grandson of unknown archont/knez who died in 680), around 780
Knez Radoslav (son of Višeslav)
Knez Prosigoj (son of Radoslav)
Knez Vlastimir (son of Prosigoj) ruled around 850 or only up to 825 according to some, founder of Vlastimirović dynasty. Vlastimir had three sons and one daughter. His daughter married knez Krajina, son of Beloje, župan of Travunija (Trabounia). Each son had his own domain, but Mutimir the eldest was the supreme ruler, his two brothers being subjugated (vassals) to him. The brothers successfully fought off a Bulgar onslaught by khan Boris in 852. Later, the two youngest brother rebelled against Mutimir who as a punishment let Bulgar khan Boris subjugate them.
Knez Mutimir ruled from the second half of 9th century to his death in 891 or 892
Strojimir (vassal to elder brother Mutimir, later under Bulgar khan Boris)
Gojnik (vassal to brother Mutimir, later under khan Boris)
Knez Pribislav (son of Mutimir), born latest 867, ruled 891/2-892/3
Bran (Boren) (younger brother of Pribislav, son of Mutimir), born by 867, pretender to the thron 895/6
Stefan (youngest brother of Pribislav and Bran, son of Mutimir), born ca. 870
Knez Petar Gojniković (son of Gojnik, grandson of Vlastimir), born ca. 870, ruled 892/3-917/8, captured by Bulgars, died as their prisonner
Knez Pavle Branović (son of Bran/Boren, grandson of Mutimir), ruled 917/8-921, brought to the throne by the Bulgars, brought down by Byzantines
Knez Zaharije Pribisavljević (son of Pribislav, grandson of Mutimir), ruled 921-924 (brought to the throne by the Byzantines, removed by the Bulgars)
924-927 Serb throne held by Bulgars, period of Bulgar rule
Knez/Zupan Časlav Klonimirović (son of Klonimir, grandson of Strojimir), ruled 927/8-ca. 950: Liberated the central Serbian tribes from Bulgarian empire.
950-1050 Byzantine rule

Vojisavljević Dynasty or House of Vojislavljević(i) (ca 1050- ca 1160)
Grand Župan (possibly even king?) Mihajlo of Zeta (Michael) (1050/1155-1080), born after 1042: maintained Serb independence from Byzantine empire. Possibly received the title of king (and crown) from Pope Gregory VII though it is still an issue of debate.
King Konstantin Bodin, son of Mihajlo, ruled 1080-1101
King Dobroslav, younger brother of Konstantin Bodin
King Đorđe, son of Konstantin

Nemanjić Dynasty or House of Nemanjić(i) (ca 1166
Uros, Župan of Rassa from about 1120
joint rule of Tihomir, Stefan Nemanja (son of Uros), Stracimir and Miroslav (ca 1168
Vukan, son of Nemanja, ruled the coastal regions of cities Antivari (Bar) and Cattaro (Kotor), cf.
Stefan Nemanja also Stefan I, Nemanja (ca 1166-
Stefan Prvovenčani also Stefan II, Nemanja (1199-
Stefan Radoslav (1228 - 1234
Stefan Vladislav I (1234 - 1243)
Stefan Uros I (1243 - 1276)
Stefan Dragutin (1276 - 1282)
Stefan (Uros II) Milutin (1282 - 1321)
Stefan Vladislav II (1321 - about 1325)
Stefan (Uros III) Decanski (1321 -
Stefan (Uros IV) Dušan (1331 - 1355), self-proclaimed Tzar in 1346
Stefan Uroš V (1355 - 1371)
House of Lazarević(i) (1371-1427)
Lazar Hrebeljanović (1371-1389)
Stefan Lazarević (1389-1427)
House of Branković(i) (1427-1459)
Djuradj Branković (1427-
Lazar Branković (1456-
Stefan Branković (1458-1459)
Stefan Tomašević (1459)

Rulers of modern Serbian states:
House of Obrenović(i) (1815-1842, 1858-1903)

Miloš Obrenović (1815-1839, 1858-1860)
Milan I (III) (June 13 1839 - July 9)
Michael (Mihailo) (july 9 1839 - September 6 1842, Sepetember 26 1860 - July 10)
Milan II (IV) (July 11 1868 - Match 6 1889)
Aleksandar Obrenović (1894-1903)
House of Karadjordjevic (1842-1858, 1903-1945)
Aleksandar (I) Karageorgević (September 14 1842 - December 23 1858)
Petar I (July 2 1903 - November 30 1918)
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Today in Royal History is the 98th Death Anniversary of Peter I of Serbia! He died on 16 August 1921 (aged 77).
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