Nemanjić family tree

Nemanjić family tree
House of Nemanjić
Country Serbia
Titles Grand Prince (Велики Жупан/Veliki Župan), King (Краљ/Kralj), Emperor/Tsar (Цар/Car)
Founder Stefan Nemanja
Founding 1166

Nemanjić family tree

  • Vukan / Stefan Vukan / Uroš I
    • Zavida, Prince of Zachumlia before 1145
      • Tihomir, Grand Prince of Serbia 1163-1166
      • Stracimir, Prince of West Morava 1163-after 1180s
      • Miroslav, Prince of Hum 1163–1190
        • Toljen, Prince of Hum 1192–1196
          • Petar
            • Nikola
              • Vladislav
              • Boriša
            • Toljen II
              • Petar
          • Bajko
        • Andrija, Prince of Hum
          • Bogdan
            • Tvrtko
              • Bogdan
                • Tvrtko
          • Đorđe
          • Radoslav, Prince of Hum 1249-1254
          • Vukosava
            • Andrija
            • Petar
            • Slava
          • Dragoslava
        • Petar, Count of Split 1222–1225
      • Stefan Nemanja, Grand Prince of Serbia 1166-1196

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