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Domagojević dynasty

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Domagojević dynasty

House of Domagoj
Delegation of Croats and Serbs to the Byzantine emperor Basil I at the time of Domagojevićs (from Madrid Skylitzes manuscript)
Country Croatia
Parent house unknown
Titles Knez (Prince/Duke)
Founded 864
Founder Domagoj
Final ruler Branimir
Current head extinct
Dissolution 892

Domagojević dynasty was a native Croat dynasty that ruled in Croatia, precisely in Dalmatia, probably from 864 until 892, with interruptions.

The dynasty was named after Domagoj, the first member of dynasty known by name. The most famous of the Domagojević's are: Domagoj (the founder) and Branimir.

The relation between Domagoj and Branimir is controversial. Some historians think that Branimir was a son of Domagoj, some think they were in some other family relation. Others think that there were no family relations between them.

Dukes of Dalmatian Croatia

See also

External links

  • Members of the Domagojević family among the Croatian statesmen (in English)
  • House of Domagojević in the chronology and history of Croatia (in Italian)
  • Prof. Rudolf Horvat: The History of Croatia (in Croatian)
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