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Неколико нових података о Рестоју Милохни
Some New Data on Restoje Milohna

Author(s): Srđan Rudić
Subject(s): History
Published by: Istorijski institut, Beograd
Keywords: Restoje Milohna; Sigismund; Livno; Bosnia

Summary/Abstract: Sigismund, King of Hungary, issued on the 19th of January 1436 a charter to the Bosnian lord Restoje Milohna as the demonstration of his uttered loyalty expressed to the Bosnian King and the Hungarian Crown, and also due to his merits and a courageous conduct during the conflict with the Turks and the mutineers. The charter was composed at the time when the Bosnian King found himself in Hungary, together with his royal accompaniment, including Restoje as well. Restoje’s affiliation to the Roman Catholic Church played an important role on the occasion of the issuance of this charter. The forementioned charter presents some data which circumstantially enhance our recent knowledge concerning Restoje Milohna and his family. We discover that Restoje’s father Milohna came from the place called Bogonynagora; as well as the fact that Restoje had a blood brother named Medoje and a cousin Nicolas, who was ostensibly his first cousin. King Sigismund donated by means of this charter the castellum Sberchyky situated in Bosnia to Restoje, including the estates Sobrystye, Buczmyryno, Saderdye and Sagoryczani in the Livno district, located in Bosnia likewise. Restoje claimed that the properties in the Livno district had been in the possession of his family from the ancient times, and that he and his cousins Medoje and Nicolas had been in the possession of those by the time of the issuance of the charter.

  • Issue Year: 2009
  • Issue No: 58
  • Page Range: 173-180
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Serbian
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