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Hrnjica brothers are heroes of epic poetry in Bosnia. The names of the brothers are Mujo, Halil and Omer. Mujo is hypocorism of Mustafa. [1] Mustafa Hrnjica is historical person who was recorded as hajduk in the region of Ottoman held Velika Kladuša in 1641, together with his brothers.[2] There are several toponyms in the region of Velika Kladuša named after Hrnjica brothers, ie Well of Hrnjica (Serbian: Hrnjičin bunar) or the Tower of Hrnjica (Serbian: Hrnjičina kula).[3]

According to the legends, Mujo was killed by his blood brother Katarica Meho, Halil was killed during some rebellion in Banja Luka while Omer was ambushed and killed by some hajduk harambaša.[4]

The grave of Mujo Hrnjica is in Petrova Gora.[5]


Albania[edit]

Hrnjica brothers are also found in epic poetry on Albanian language.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Драгутин Мићовић, Северноарбанаске и српскохрватске десетерачке јуначке народне песме, Извор: "Становништво словенског поријекла у Албанији" - Зборник радова са међународног научног скупа одржаног на Цетињу 21, 22. и 23. јуна 1990. године
  2. ^ Mujezinović, Mehmed (1982). Islamska epigrafika u Bosni i Hercegovini: Bosanska Krajina, zapadna Bosna i Hercegovina. Veselin Masleša. p. 82. Kladuši je 1641. godine bio harambaša Mustafa Hrnjica, a uz njega se spominju njegova braća i Kozličić Mustafa. Brojne su narodne pjesme koje opjevaju junaštvo Mujdno i njegove družine. 
  3. ^ Mijatović, Anđelko (1974). Uskoci i krajišnici: Narodni junaci u pjesmi i povijesti. Školska knjiga. p. 60. 
  4. ^ Strašek, Milan (1929). Junačke narodne pjesme: hrvatske i srpske. Društva hrvatskih srednjoškolskih profesora. p. 240. 
  5. ^ Rad kongresa. 1988. p. 557.