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Branković family tree

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a family tree of the Branković dynasty, which ruled the Serbian Despotate from 1427 to 1459, and descendants of members of the Branković family until the 16th century.[1][2]

family tree of the Branković dynasty
Mladen
(d. ~1326)
Serb lord in Trebinje and Dračevica
Branko Mladenović
(d. a. 1371)
Serb lord in the Lake Ohrid region
Ratislava
(mother of Nikola Altomanović)
Nikola Radonja
(d. 1399)
Grgur Golubić
(d. a. 1398)
Vuk Branković
(d. ~1398)
Serbian regional lord in Kosovo
Mara
(d. ~1425)
daughter of Prince Lazar of Serbia
Grgur Branković
(d. 1408)
Lazar Vuković
(d. 1410)
Đurađ Branković
(~1375‑1456)
Despot of Serbia (1427‑1456)
Irene Kantakouzene
(d. 1457)
Lazar Branković
(~1425‑1458)
Despot of Serbia (1456‑1458)
Grgur Branković
(~1425‑1459)
Stefan Branković
(~1425‑1476)
Despot of Serbia (1458‑1459)
Teodor Branković
(~1415‑1429)
Catherine Cantacuzena Brankonić
(~1418‑1492)
Mara
(~1408‑1487)
Helena
(1430‑1473)
daughter of Thomas Palaiologos, Despot of the Morea
unknown wifeAngelina
(daughter of George Arianiti, an Albanian lord)
Ulrich II
(~1407‑1456)
Count of Celje
Murad II
(1404‑1451)
Ottoman Sultan
IrinaMilica
(1448‑1464)
Helena Maria
(1447‑1498)
Despoina of Serbia and
Queen of Bosnia
Vuk Grgurević
(d. 1485)
titular Despot of Serbia (1471‑1485)
Marija
(1466‑1495)
Đorđe Branković
(1461‑1516)
titular Despot of Serbia (1486‑1496)
Archbishop of Belgrade
Jovan Branković
(~1465‑1502)
titular Despot of Serbia (1496‑1502)
Milica (Despina)
(b.1464)</small)
Herman of Celje
(1439‑1451)
Elizabeth of Celje
(1441‑1455)
Georg of Celje
(d. young 1445)
John Kastrioti
(son of Skanderbeg)
Leonardo III Tocco
(d. ~1499)
Despot of Epirus
Stephen Tomašević
(~1438‑1463)
King of Bosnia (1461‑1463)
Despot of Serbia (1459)
Barbara
of the House of Frankopan
Boniface III
(1426‑1494)
Marquess of Montferrat
Isabella del BalzoJelena
(d. after 1529)
of the Jakšić noble family
Neagoe Basarab
Lord of
Wallachia
Matthias Corvinus
(1443‑1490)
King of Hungary
Carlo III Tocco
(1464‑1518)
titular Despot of Epirus
Andronike ArianitiWilliam IX
(1486‑1518)
Marquess of Montferrat
John George
(1488‑1533)
Marquess of Montferrat
Peter IV Rareș
(1487‑1546)
Lord of Moldavia
Jelena
(d. after 1552)
Ferdinand Frankopan
(d. ~1527)
Marija
(d. 1540)
Maria Magdalena
(d. after 1571)
Iwan Wiśniowiecki
(d. ~1542)
Hanna
(d. 1578)
Fiodor Sanguszko
(d. ~1548)
Marshal of Volhynia
Ilie II Rareş
(~1531‑1562)
Lord of Moldavia
Ştefan VI Rareş
(d. 1552)
Lord of Moldavia
Constantin
(d. 1554)
Ruxandra
(d. 1570)
Alexandru Lăpușneanu
(d. 1561)
Lord of Moldavia
Catherine
(d. 1561)
Nikola Šubić Zrinski
(1508‑1566)
Ban of Croatia
Stephen
(d. 1575)
Andrej Wiśniowiecki
(d. 1586)
Voivode of Volhynia
Dymitr Sanguszko
(d. 1554)
Roman Sanguszko
(d. 1571)
Field Hetman of Lithuania
Notes:
  • The boxes with a blue border represent members of the Branković family. The tilde (~) means "approximately".

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References

  1. ^ Purković, Miodrag Al. (1996). Кћери кнеза Лазара: историјска студија (in Serbian). Belgrade: Pešić i sinovi. pp. 11–63.
  2. ^ Wasilewski, Tadeusz (1963). "Przyczynki źródłowe do stosunków Polski ze Słowiańszczyzną południową w wiekach XIII-XVI". Studia Źródłoznawcze: Commentationes (in Polish). Warsaw: Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences. 8: 121–125. ISSN 0081-7147.
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