|Lord of Zadrima and Pult|
|Noble family||Dushmani family|
A member of the Dushmani family he ruled over the region of Zadrima, in modern Shkodër District. In Venetian documents he is also mentioned along with his relative Damian as lord of Pult in 1446.
Leka joined the League of Lezhë, an alliance formed by their maternal uncle Skanderbeg, after meeting in the St. Nicholas Church in Lezhë on March 2, 1444. The other members included Lekë Zaharia, Peter Spani, Andrea Thopia, Gjergj Arianiti, Theodor Corona Musachi, Stefan Crnojević, George Strez Balšić, and their subjects.[B] Skanderbeg was elected its leader, and commander in chief of its armed forces numbering a total of 8,000 warriors.
- ^ Name: Other versions of his name include: Lek Dushmani, Lek Dushman, Leccas Dusmanus, Leccha Dusmanus, Lek Dusman, etc. His given name is a diminutive of Alexander, and may also be spelled "Luka". .
- ^ League of Lezhe:
- Lekë Zaharia (lord of Sati and Dagnum) and his vassals Pal Dukagjin and Nicholas Dukagjini
- Peter Spani (lord of the mountains behind Drivasto)
- Lekë Dushmani (lord of Zadrima and Pult)
- George Strez Balšić and his brothers Ivan and Gojko (lords of Misia)
- Stefan Crnojević with his sons Ivan, Andrija and Božidar (lords of Zeta)
- Andrea Thopia with nis nephew Tanush Thopia
- Gjergj Arianiti
- Theodor Corona Musachi
- Noli 1947, p. 36
- Valentini, Giuseppe (1967). Acta Albaniae Veneta saeculorum XIV et XV. Typis Josephi Tosini. p. 319. Retrieved 27 November 2011.
- Fox, Robert (1993), The inner sea: the Mediterranean and its people, Alfred A. Knopf, p. 195, ISBN 9780394574523
- Vlora, Ekrem Bey (1956), The Ruling Families of Albania in the pre-Ottoman Period in: Contributions to the History of Turkish Rule in Albania: an Historical Sketch, archived from the original on 2011-11-24
- Sicilianos, Demetrios (1960). Old and new Athens. Putnam. Retrieved 27 November 2011.
- Božić 1979, pp. 364-
- Schmitt 2001, p. 297
Nikola und Paul Dukagjin, Leka Zaharia von Dagno, Peter Span, Herr der Berge hinter Drivasto, Georg Strez Balsha sowie Johann und Gojko Balsha, die sich zwischen Kruja und Alessio festgesetzt hatten, die Dushman von Klein-Polatum sowie Stefan (Stefanica) Crnojevic, der Herr der Oberzeta