Hrana Vuković

Hrana Vuković (Cyrillic: Храна Вуковић; 1370 – 15 March 1435) was a Bosnian magnate who ruled the area between Neretva and Drina rivers in Bosnia with the title Grand Duke of Bosnia prior to 1380. He was the father of Sandalj Hranić and brother of Vlatko Vuković. After his death, he was succeeded by Vlatko Vuković as a head of Vuković-Kosača family, and Hrvoje Vukčić as a Grand Duke of Bosnia.

Hrana Vuković
Grand Duke of Bosnia
Duke
Coat of armsVukovići.png
Proto-heraldic emblem usually assigned to Hrana and Vlatko Vuković in the so called Illyrian armorials.
Reign?–1380
Successorbrother Vlatko Vuković; son Sandalj Hranić
Diedaround 1380
Noble familyKosača noble family

SourcesEdit

  • Kurtović, Esad (2009). Veliki vojvoda bosanski Sandalj Hranić Kosača (PDF). Institut za istoriju univerzitet Sarajevo.
  • Fine, John Van Antwerp (December 1975), The Bosnian Church: a new interpretation : a study of the Bosnian Church and its place in state and society from the 13th to the 15th centuries, East European quarterly, ISBN 978-0-914710-03-5, retrieved 12 January 2013
  • Fine, John Van Antwerp (1994). The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest. University of Michigan Press. ISBN 0-472-08260-4.

Further readingEdit

Military offices
Preceded by
Grand Duke of Bosnia
?–1380
Succeeded by
Hrvoje Vukčić