|Appointed ruler of Bosnia sometime between 1082-5 by King Constantine Bodin of Dioclea.|
|Conquered by Béla II of Hungary in 1136; Ladislaus II of Hungary first held the title Duke of Bosnia 1137–1154|
Géza II (1158–1162)
Stephen IV (1162–1163)
|1167: Bosnia claimed by the Byzantine Empire|
|1180s: Bosnia claimed by the Kingdom of Hungary|
Emeric I (1183–1204)
Béla of Macsó (1266–1272)
Stephen Gutkeled (1272–1273)
|Stephen I||Kotromanić||1287–1314||In 1299, Paul I Šubić of Bribir took the title "lord of Bosnia" (Bosniae dominus) and named his brother Mladen I Šubić of Bribir as the Bosnian ban. From 1299 until 1304 Mladen I was at war with Stephen I.|
|Paul||Šubić||1305–1312||In 1305, Paul I Šubić took the title "lord of Bosnia" (Bosniae dominus).|
|Mladen II||Šubić||1312–1322||Paul's eldest son Mladen II Šubić of Bribir|
was Lord of Bosnia from 1312–1322.
Kings and queen (1377–1463)Edit
All Bosnian kings added the honorific Stephen to their baptismal name upon accession.
26 October 1377 – 10 March 1391
son of Vladislav Kotromanić and Jelena Šubić
|Dorothea of Bulgaria
8 December 1374
|10 March 1391|
10 March 1391 – 8 September 1395
illegitimate son of Vladislav Kotromanić
|8 September 1395|
8 September 1395 – 1398
|born to the House of Nikolić||Stephen Dabiša
|illegitimate son of Vladislav Kotromanić or Tvrtko I||(1) Vitača
(3) Jelena Nelipčić
|after 23 March 1418|
|son of Stephen Ostoja and Kujava||never married||1421|
1420 – November 1443
|illegitimate son of Tvrtko I||Dorothy Garai
|illegitimate son of Stephen Ostoja||Catherine of Velika
1443 – 10 July 1461
|illegitimate son of Stephen Ostoja||(1) Vojača
(2) Katarina Kosača
|10 July 1461|
10 July 1461 – 5 June 1463
|son of Stephen Thomas and Vojača||Jelena Branković
1 April 1459
|5 June 1463|
|Nicholas of Ilok||"King of Bosnia" (1471–1477)||appointed by the King of Hungary|
|Matthias of Bosnia (House of Kotromanić)||"King of Bosnia" (1465–1471)||son of Radivoj of Bosnia, appointed by the Sultan|
|Matija Vojsalić (House of Hrvatinić)||"King of Ottoman Bosnia" (1472–1476)||appointed by the Sultan, removed for conspiring against the Ottomans|
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