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Snačić family

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The Snačić family, sometimes called Svačić and Svadčić, was one of the Twelve noble tribes of Croatia, mentioned in the Pacta conventa and Supetar Cartulary. Among the oldest known members of the family is Petar Snačić, who is very likely to have been the last Croatian king of Croatian descent.[1][2]


The earliest possible known ancestor of the genus is župan Juraj Snačić, one of the twelve noblemen mentioned in Pacta conventa (1102). According to Supetar Cartulary addendum, the ban in the Kingdom of Croatia during the rule of Croatian king Demetrius Zvonimir was Petar Snačić, who is often related to last Croatian king Petar Snačić.[3]

Information about the family is scarce. In 1343 was recorded certain Gojslav, son of a person called Prodi de Saucichorum in the Klis županija. Some historians also assume that nobleman Domald of Sidraga (c. 1160–1243) was a member of the family, but this cannot be reliably proven.[3]

Nelipić branch

The coat of arms of the Nelipić family
The coat of arms of the Nelipić family

A member of the tribe in the first half of the 14th century was Nelipac (generationis Suadcich), the head of the Nelipić family of Cetina, which is a cadet branch of the Snačić family.[3]

In all likelihood, the Snačić family went extinct patrilineally after the death of Ban Ivan III Nelipić in 1435, and their heirdoms were gifted by king Sigismund to Matko and Petar Talovac.[3]

Notable members

See also



  1. ^ Švob, Držislav (1956), Pripis Supetarskog kartulara o izboru starohrvatskog kralja i popis onodobnih banova (PDF) (in Croatian), Zagreb: Školska Knjiga, pp. 101–117
  2. ^ Fine, John V. A. (Jr.) (2010), When Ethnicity Did Not Matter in the Balkans: A Study of Identity in Pre-Nationalist Croatia, Dalmatia, and Slavonia in the Medieval and Early-Modern Periods, University of Michigan Press, p. 68, ISBN 0-472-02560-0
  3. ^ a b c d Croatian Encyclopaedia 2011.


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