List of local rulers of Vojvodina

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This is a list of local rulers of Vojvodina. The list also include local rulers of Banat, Bačka and Srem, including parts of mentioned regions, which are not part of present-day Vojvodina, as well as other rulers of larger political units that had specific local ties to territory of present-day Vojvodina.

Ancient times[edit]

Roman emperors[edit]

  • Maximinus, Roman emperor (235–238), ruled from residence in Sirmium
  • Decius Traian, Roman emperor (249–251), born in village Budalia near Sirmium
  • Ingenuus, Roman emperor (260), proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium
  • Regalianus, Roman emperor (260), proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium
  • Claudius II, Roman emperor (268–270), spent most of his life in Sirmium
  • Aurelian, Roman emperor (270–275), born in Sirmium
  • Probus, Roman emperor (276–282), born in Sirmium
  • Maximianus Herculius, Roman emperor (285–310), born near Sirmium
  • Galerius, Roman emperor (305–311), ruled as Caesar during the Tetrarchy from residence in Sirmium (293–296)
  • Crispus, a Caesar of the Roman Empire. He was proclaimed Caesar in Sirmium in 317
  • Constantine II, a Caesar of the Roman Empire. He was proclaimed Caesar in Sirmium in 317
  • Vetranion, Roman emperor. Proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium (in 350)
  • Constantius II, Roman emperor (337–361), born in Sirmium
  • Gratian, Roman emperor (367–383), born in Sirmium
  • Theodosius I the Great, Roman emperor (378–395). He became emperor in Sirmium

Roman prefects[edit]

Other[edit]

Middle Ages[edit]

Modern times[edit]

Ottoman Empire[edit]

Habsburg Monarchy[edit]

After 1918[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Literature[edit]

  1. Petar Milošević, Arheologija i istorija Sirmijuma, Novi Sad, 2001.
  2. Dr. Aleksa Ivić, Istorija Srba u Vojvodini, Novi Sad, 1929.
  3. Dr. Dušan J. Popović, Srbi u Vojvodini, knjige 1–3, Novi Sad, 1990.
  4. Milan Tutorov, Mala Raška a u Banatu, Zrenjanin, 1991.
  5. Drago Njegovan, Prisajedinjenje Vojvodine Srbiji, Novi Sad, 2004.

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