Dragutin

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Darman And Kudelin
... They regularly attacked their western neighbour, the Hungarian vassal Stefan Dragutin's Syrmian Kingdom, in Mačva, an area previously under the sovereignty of Elizabeth of Hungary ... Another campaign, this time organized by both Dragutin and Elizabeth, failed to conquer Darman and Kudelin's domains in 1285 and suffered another counter-raid by the ... It was not until 1291 when a joint force of Dragutin and Serbian king Stefan Milutin managed to defeat the brothers and, for the first time ever, the region came under the rule of a Serb ...
Bulgarian–Serbian Wars (medieval) - Conflicts in The 13th Century
... In 1289 the Hungarians asked their vassal Stefan Dragutin to attack the Bulgarian nobles Darman and Kudelin, rulers of the Branicevo province, who had previously defeated ... In 1290 Dragutin invaded the province but was defeated by Darman and Kudelin who on their turn attacked his lands ... Dragutin had to ask his brother Stefan Milutin, the King of Serbia to help him ...
Stephen I, Ban Of Bosnia - Life - Marriage
... Elizabeth of Serbia, daughter of the King of Syrmia, Stefan Dragutin of the House of Nemanjić, and Queen Catherine, daughter of Hungarian King ... Dragutin had already controlled two banates in Bosnia Usora and Soli and Kotroman immediately fell under his influence – many of his acts were of Dragutin's command ... II who had attempted to forge an alliance with Stefan Dragutin ...
1923 Yugoslav Football Championship - Top Scorers - Champions
... Dragutin Vrđuka Fritz Ferderber Miho Remec Jaroslav Schiffer Dragutin Vragović Rudolf Rupec Rudolf Hitrec Dragutin Babić Stjepan Pasinek Antun Pavleković Franjo Mantler Emil Perška Bela Šefer ...
Stephen Uroš II Milutin Of Serbia - Feud of The Brothers
... Disputes began between Milutin and his brother Stefan Dragutin after a peace treaty with the Byzantine Empire was signed in 1299 ... Dragutin in the meantime held lands from Braničevo in the east to the Bosna river in the west ... out between the brothers and lasted, with sporadic cease-fires, until Dragutin's death in 1314 ...