Jovan Brankovi

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Despot (court Title) - List of Known Holders
... Jovan Oliver 1334–1356 Andronikos III Palaiologos Autonomous Serbian magnate, named despot by Andronikos III after the Byzantine-Serbian peace agreement of 1334 Michael Palaiologos before 1341 – unknown ... Jovan Uglješa 1365–1371 Stephen Uroš V (Serbian Emperor) Brother of Vukašin Mrnjavčević, he was named despot in succession to his brother and became ruler of Serres alongside Dušan's widow Helena ... Jovan Dragaš 1365 – ca ...
List Of Serbian Saints - Serbian Saints
6 July Venerable Angelina of Serbia (Angelina Branković) - 12 August and 23 December Saint Arsenije I Sremac - 10 November Hieromartyr Branko Dobrosavljević - 7 May Saint Basil of Ostrog - 12 ... Saint Sava II (Archbishop of Serbia) - 21 February Saint Sava Branković (Metropolitan Bishop of Erdély) - 7 June Saint Sava III (Archbishop of Serbia) - 8 August Hieromartyr ...
Serbian Monarchs - Fall of The Serbian Empire and Despot Era (1371–1530) - Serbian Despotate (1427-1459; Titular 1471-1537)
... The Branković family descends from the Nemanjići and the Lazarevići via female line ... Picture TitleName Reign Notes Despot Đurađ I Branković 1427 – 26 December 1456 grandson of Lazar I Despot Lazar Branković December 1456 – 20 January 1458 son of Đurađ I Despot Stefan Brankovi. 1 April 1459 – 20 June 1459 He married Helena Branković, the eldest daughter of Lazar Branković and Helena Palaiologina Serbia is conquered by the ...
Serbian Saints
... Anastasia of Serbia (Ana Nemanjić) - 6 July Venerable Angelina of Serbia (Angelina Branković) - 12 August and 23 December Saint Arsenije I Sremac - 10 November Hieromartyr ... of Serbia) - 21 February Saint Sava Branković (Metropolitan Bishop of Erdély) - 7 June Saint Sava III (Archbishop of Serbia) - 8 August Hieromartyr Sava Trlajić (Bishop of Upper Karlovac) - 17 July Saint ...
List Of Serbs - Religion
... Patriarch Jovan I (1508) Vacant, from 1508–1524, owing to the second Ottoman abolishment ... Nikanor (1587–1588) Patriarch Jerotej (1589–1590) Patriarch Filip (1591–1592) Patriarch Jovan II Kantul (1592 1613) Patriarch Pajsije Janjevac (1615–1648) Patriarch Gavrilo I (1648–1655) Patriarch Maksim I (1. 1520), despotess consort of Stephen Branković, wrote a hagiography Saint Basil of Ostrog (1610–1671), Bishop of Zahumlje John of Shanghai and San Francisco (1896–1966), hierarch of ...