Đorđe Nemanjić


Đorđe Nemanjić
Đorđe Nemanjić
Born Đorđe Vukanović Nemanjić
Title Prince of Zeta
Religion Serbian Orthodox Christianity
Parents Vukan Nemanjić

Đorđe Nemanjić (Serbian: Ђорђе Немањић) was a 13th-century Serbian Župan who ruled Zeta from 1208–1217. He was the son of Serbian Prince Vukan Nemanjić.

Đorđe had a troublesome relation with his superior Stefan II. The Republic of Venice allied themselves with Đorđe on July 3, 1208, with a clause saying that if Demetrius Progoni, the Lord of Kruja, would rebell against Venice, Zeta would support Venice.[1]

See also

References

  • Ch. Cawley: Medieval Lands. Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, 2006–2007.
  • Sima Ćirković: The Serbs. Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2004. ISBN 0-631-20471-7.
  • John Fine: The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994. ISBN 0-472-10079-3.
  • T. Wasilewski: Historia Jugosławii do XVIII wieku. W: W. Felczak, T. Wasilewski: Historia Jugosławii. Wrocław: Ossolineum, 1985. ISBN 83-04-01638-9.
Royal titles
Preceded by
Vukan
Prince of Zeta
under Rascia

1208–1217
Succeeded by
Beloslava




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