Milica Branković

Milica Branković (Serbian Cyrillic: Милица Бранковић, d. 1464) was Serbian princess and the first wife of Leonardo III Tocco, whom she married on 1 May 1463.[1] She was a daughter of despot Lazar Branković of Serbia and Helena Palaiologina.[1] Milica died in childbirth in 1464, while giving birth to Carlo III Tocco. Carlo III Tocco succeeded his father as titular ruler of Epirus (Arta) and Zakynthos. Her siblings were Maria, wife of King Stephen Tomašević of Bosnia and Jerina, wife of Gjon Kastrioti II.



  1. ^ a b Babinger 1975, p. 383.


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