Bosnia and Croatia-Dalmatia in the Late Middle Ages. A Historical Perspective.

Isailović, Neven (2019) Bosnia and Croatia-Dalmatia in the Late Middle Ages. A Historical Perspective. In: Medieval Bosnia and South-East European Relations. Political, Religious, and Cultural Life at the Adriatic Crossroads. ARC Humanities Press, Leeds, pp. 5-52. ISBN 978-1-6418-9022-9

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The article covers the relations (primarily political) between medieval Bosnian state and Croatia-Dalmatia as an entity within Hungarian Realm in the period between early 14th and late 15th centuries, with an introductory chapters focussed on the previous centuries of mutual relations. It has been identified that the major events of Bosnian-Croatian common history in the late middle ages were – the conquest of Bosnia by the magnates Šubići of Bribir (circa 1300), Bosnian conquest of Duvno, Glamoč and Livno in 1330s, the division of Hum between 1357 and 1382, extensive territorial gains of Bosnian King Tvrtko I and grand voivode Hrvoje Vukčić in Crotia-Dalmatian in 1390s and 1400s, respectively, the impact of Bosnian-Croatian conflicts in the establishment of Venetian authority in the Eastern Adriatic, and finally, gradual fall of Bosnia and Crotia under the Ottoman rule

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: medieval Bosnia, medieval Croatia, medieval Dalmatia, medieval Hungary, Ottomans, Venice, late middle ages, politics, history
Subjects: D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D111 Medieval History
D History General and Old World > DR Balkan Peninsula
Depositing User: Istorijski Institut
Date Deposited: 08 Nov 2022 14:47
Last Modified: 14 Dec 2023 13:17

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