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House of Višeslavić?
Shouldn't this page actually be referenced under House of Višeslavić considering most of these rulers are relatives of the first Serbian Prince? The Serbian Unity Congress's page on Časlav Klonirimović recognizes this:
...With Caslav's death Serbia again splits into smaller units, and there also comes an end to the house of Viseslav, which ruled central Serbian lands possibly for three hundred years - the last hundred or so of which we have some specific information on.
Regardless of how little we know about Višeslav, Radoslav, and Prosigoj, it's a little disengenuous to omit these first few noble Serbs and not credit them with the founding of this dynasty.
Got this source from croatian WP: Историја српског народа. Књига прва. Од најстаријих времена до Маричке битке (1371), ур. С. Ћирковић, Српска књижевна задруга, Београд 2000, 147. (Obrazovanje srpske države, S. Ćirković)
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