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Matija Vojsalić was the last member of the Bosnian noble House of Hrvatinić.
He was last mentioned in the archives of Republic of Ragusa in 1476. He was installed as King of Bosnia by the Ottoman Sultan as an answer to Nicholas of Ilok who was also named King of Bosnia by King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary. Vojsalić replaced Matthias of Bosnia as the Ottoman King of Bosnia.
Vojsalić was removed after conspiring with the King of Hungary against the Ottomans and was not mentioned after that.
Title last held byMatija Radivojević
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King of Bosnia
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