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List of rulers of Montenegro

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Monarchy of Montenegro
Coat of arms of the Kingdom of Montenegro.svg
Nicholas I, King of Montenegro, 1841-1921, head and shoulders portrait, facing left LCCN2005680731.jpg
Nikola I
Details
StyleHis Majesty
First monarchVojislav
(as Prince)
Last monarchNikola I
(as King)
Formation1018
Abolition1918
ResidenceRoyal Palace, Cetinje, Montenegro
AppointerHereditary
Pretender(s)Nikola Petrović-Njegoš

This article lists rulers of Montenegro, from the establishment of Duklja to the Kingdom of Montenegro which merged into the Kingdom of Serbia in 1918.

Medieval Duklja (Dioclea)

Non-hereditary archons

House of Vojislavljević

Zeta, crown land

House of Nemanjić

Non-hereditary governors

Principality of Zeta/Montenegro

House of Balšić

House of Crnojević

Prince-Bishopric of Montenegro

Non-hereditary Metropolitans

  • Vavila (Bishop from 1493) (1516–1520)
  • German II (1520–1530)
  • Pavle (1530–1532)
  • Vasilije I (1532–1540)
  • Nikodim (1540)
  • Romi (1540–1559)
  • Makarije (1560–1561)
  • Ruvim I (1561–1569)
  • Pahomije II (1569–1579)
  • Gerasim (1575–1582)
  • Venijamin (1582–1591)
  • Nikanor and Stefan (1591–1593)
  • Ruvim II (1593–1636)
  • Mardarije I (1639–1649)
  • Visarion I (1649–1659)
  • Mardarije II (1659–1673)
  • Ruvim III (1673–1685)
  • Vasilije II (1685)
  • Visarion II (1685–1692)
  • Sava I (1694 – July 1696)

Hereditary Metropolitans

Picture TitleName
Born - Died
Reign House Notes
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Prince-Bishop
Danilo I
1670 – January 11, 1735
July 1696 – January 11, 1735 Petrović-Njegoš Founder of the House of Petrović-Njegoš.
Vladika sava.jpg
Prince-Bishop
Sava II
January 18, 1702 – March 9, 1782
January 11, 1735 – March 9, 1782 Petrović-Njegoš Ruled jointly with Vasilije III from 1750 until March 10, 1766.
Vasilije petrovic.jpg
Prince-Bishop
Vasilije III
1709 – March 10, 1766
1750 – March 10, 1766 Petrović-Njegoš Ruled jointly with Sava II.
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"Tsar"
Šćepan Mali
c. 1739 – September 22, 1773
February 1768 – 22 September 1773 None Impostor who was purported to be the dead Russian emperor Peter III in exile. Proclaimed leader by the people of Montenegro and ruled the country as an absolute monarch, sidelining Prince-Bishop Sava II.
Petar I Petrović-Njegoš Знаменити Срби XIX. века.jpg
Prince-Bishop
Petar I
1747 – October 30, 1830
March 1782 – October 30, 1830 Petrović-Njegoš Canonized as Saint Peter of Cetinje by the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Petar II Petrovic-Njegos.jpg
Prince-Bishop
Petar II
November 13, 1813 – October 31, 1851
October 30, 1830 – October 31, 1851 Petrović-Njegoš Most famous as a poet. His notable works include The Mountain Wreath, The Light of Microcosm, The Serbian Mirror and False Tsar Stephen the Little.
Danilo Petrović Njegoš.jpg
Prince-Bishop
Danilo II
May 25, 1826 – August 13, 1860
1851 – March 13, 1852 Petrović-Njegoš Proclaimed Prince of Montenegro.

Principality of Montenegro (1852–1910)

House of Petrović-Njegoš

Picture TitleName
Born - Died
Reign Territory Notes
Knjaz Danilo.jpg
Prince
Danilo I
May 25, 1826 – August 13, 1860
March 13, 1852 – August 13, 1860 Principality of Montenegro First secular ruler of Montenegro after centuries of theocratic rule.
Assassinated in Kotor.
Nicholas I of Montenegro, 1909.jpg
Prince
Nikola I
October 7, 1841 – March 1, 1921
August 13, 1860 – August 28, 1910 Principality of Montenegro Proclaimed King of Montenegro.

Kingdom of Montenegro (1910–1918)

House of Petrović-Njegoš

Picture TitleName
Born - Died
Reign Territory Notes
Nicholas I, King of Montenegro, 1841-1921, head and shoulders portrait, facing left LCCN2005680731.jpg
King
Nikola I
October 7, 1841 – March 1, 1921
August 28, 1910 – November 26, 1918 Kingdom of Montenegro In exile from January 15, 1916 due to the Montenegrin Campaign.
Deposed on the Podgorica Assembly on November 26, 1918.

Pretenders to the Montenegrin throne since 1918

House of Petrović-Njegoš

See also

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