Mihailo II of Duklja
Mihailo II (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Михаило) was the King of Duklja from 1101 to 1102. He was the eldest son of King Constantine Bodin of Duklja and Queen Jaquinta. He succeeded his father on the throne of Duklja, but soon lost ground to cousins, pretenders to the throne. left without support, he abdicated and retreated to monastery.
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