Iljko of Croatia
According to the older historiography, Iljko was a duke (knez) of Croatia in 876–878 and a member of the House of Domagojević, probably the son of Domagoj. However, it has later generally been accepted that his name was a consequence of a wrong translation of the Chronicle of Dandolo, a Latin text written by Andrea Dandolo in the 14th century. During the specified timespan a son of Domagoj ruled Croatia, but his name was not preserved.
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- Mladjov, Ian. "Croatian Rulers" (PDF). Retrieved 2007-10-05.
- Mužić Ivan: Hrvatska povijest devetoga stoljeća, Split 2007, p. 131
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