Juraj Ratkaj (also known as Juraj Rattkay, born in Veliki Tabor, Croatia on December 22, 1612 — Zagreb, Croatia, on September 1, 1666) was a Croatian historian. Born in the Ratkaj noble family, barons of Veliki Tabor, he was a member of the Society of Jesus. Later on he became a priest and the canon of Zagreb. He took part in the Thirty Years' War in 1647 and fought the Ottomans as well. His best known work is Memoria regum et banorum regnorum Dalmatiae, Croatiae et Sclavoniae.
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