Vladislav (Dalmatian duke)

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Vladislav
Duke of Dalmatia and Liburnia[1]
Reign 821–?
Predecessor Borna
Successor Mislav of Croatia
Died c. 835
Father Unknown
Mother sister of Borna[2]

Vladislav or Ladislas[3] (Latin: Ladasclavus; fl. 821)[4] was the "Duke of Dalmatia and Liburnia" (dux Dalmatiae atque Liburnae[1]), having succeeded his uncle Borna, a Frankish vassal.[5] He is mentioned only in the 9th-century Royal Frankish Annals, regarding year 821. Borna had died between January and October 821,[1] during a war against Frankish rebel Ljudevit, Duke of Lower Pannonia.[3] Borna's nephew (by his sister[2]) Vladislav succeeded him, by the people's will and emperor's approval.[3] Vladislav ruled from Nin as a loyal vassal of the Frankish Emperor Lothair I.[citation needed] In historiography, his realm has been referred to as Dalmatian Croatia, where he was succeeded by Mislav.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Živković 2011, p. 390.
  2. ^ a b Živković 2011, p. 394.
  3. ^ a b c Scholz 1970, p. 109.
  4. ^ Živković 2011, pp. 390, 394.
  5. ^ Živković 2011, p. 388.

Sources[edit]

Preceded by
Borna
Duke of Dalmatia and Liburnia
fl. 821
Vacant
Title next held by
Possibly Mislav
as Sclaveniam ... principe