Dating hrvatske Mobilsexchatonline

Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by Cedrenus who records that "Bladimeri [qui] generfuit Samuil" ruled "Trymalia et viciniores Servi partes", but it is likely that this source confuses her with Samuils daughter Miroslava as it recounts a story similar to that of Ashot Taronites falling in love with Miroslava while held captive by her father.According to Europische Stammtafeln, daughter of Theodoros Chryselios Archon of Durazzo & his wife --- Kometopulotissa, whose sister married Tsar Samuil, but the primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified.

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The Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja names Dragomir's wife as "the daughter of Lutomir the veliki zupan of Rassa", recording that she returned to her homeland with her two daughters after her husband was killed but, finding that her father had died, travelled to Bosna with her mother to join her uncles (-Prapatna [1043], bur Prapatna, St Andrew).

The Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja names "Voislav" as son of Dragomir by his first wife, recording that he "obtained the kingdom" after his father was killed, fought the Greeks and obtained "the land as far as Topliza" (posthumously 1018-).

Duklja was conquered by Byzantium in the 1030s, but a period of Dukljan revival was triggered by the restoration of Knez Vojislav and his conquest of most of neighbouring Zahumlje.

Vojislav's son Mihailo received a royal crown from the Pope in 1077.

However, this period of autonomy terminated in 1216 when Stjepan Grand upan of Serbia regained control over Zeta.

The territory remained under Serbian control until Serbia was annexed by the Ottomans in 1441, although some nobles enjoyed a certain degree of autonomy over different parts of the country during the 14th and early 15th centuries (see Chapter 3).

The principality of Montenegro was finally suppressed by the Ottomans in 1496, when it became an Ottoman province.

A major difficulty exists in the reconstruction of the families of early Slav rulers in the southern Balkans as most of the details, which have passed for primary source information, are based on what appear to be falsifications created in the 16th and 17th centuries.

King Mihailo died in [1081/82], but most of his numerous family of sons had been killed in battle during his lifetime.

The Dukljan state started to break up towards the end of the 11th century after King Konstantin Bodin was captured during a Byzantine offensive, and with the secession of Raka, Bosnia and Zahumlje from Dukljan control.

The Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja records that, after the massacre of his uncles, "a son of Boleslav named Sylvester" fled with "his mother Castreca to Lausium which is now called Ragusium" .

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