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|Born||Gojčin Đurašević Crnojević
|Religion||Serbian Orthodox Christianity|
|Parents||Đurađ Đurašević Crnojević|
Gojčin Crnojević (Serbian: Гојчин Црнојевић, Којчин, Latin: Goycinus, also Kojčin) (born 1398 in Budva, modern Montenegro) was a 15th-century Montenegrin Lord that ruled over the Principality of Zeta of the Serbian Despotate briefly til 1451 when he disappears from political life.
He is registered as citizen of Venice in July 1444. He and his two younger brothers defects to Venice after their older brother concluded his alliance with Stjepan Vukčić Kosača. He had a son, named Leka.
|Lord of Zeta
under Đurađ Branković
- ES III 182.
- Fine (1991), p. 193.
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