Michael of Bosnia
He was the son of Duke Rostislav of Macsó and his wife, Anna, a daughter of King Béla IV of Hungary. When Duke Rostislav died in 1262, his lands were divided between his sons: Michael inherited their father’s part of Bosnia, and Béla inherited the Banate of Macsó.
When Michael died, his lands were inherited by his brother.
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Michael of BosniaBorn: after 1243 Died: before 23 March 1266
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