Pavlović noble family

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Pavlović
Pavlovići.png
Country Kingdom of Bosnia
Estates Jablan grad (family estate)
Borač (main estate)
Titles Knez
Vojvoda
Founded Pavle Radenović
1391
Final ruler Nikola Pavlović
Dissolution 1463
Ottoman conquest

The Pavlovići, also known as Jablanići after their family estate at Jablan grad, was a medieval family in Bosnia that ruled parts of eastern and southeastern Bosnia. The family had their seat at Borač (Rogatica). Their most known member and founder was Pavle Radenović, who ruled a territory in the east of the Bosnian Kingdom from the late 14th century until his death in 1415.

History[edit]

Principality of Pavle Radenović in the early 15th century

The family hailed and ruled from Jablan grad (Mezgraja, Ugljevik). Raden Jablanić was a local lord of Krivaja and Prača and father of Pavle Radenović.

Pavle Radenović, also known as Pavle or Pavao Radinović, was plotted against by king Ostoja and Sandalj Hranić, and was killed in 1415 and buried in Vrhbosna.[1]

Possessions[edit]

Family tree[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mihovil Mandić (December 1927). "Postanak Sarajeva". Naroda starina (in Croatian) (Croatian State Archives) 6 (14): 4, 7. Retrieved 2012-09-11.