Development and Expansion of Islam in Today's Montenegro Cover Image

Nastanak i širenje islama u sadašnjim granicama Crne Gore
Development and Expansion of Islam in Today's Montenegro

Author(s): Mustafa Memić
Subject(s): History
Published by: Orijentalni Institut u Sarajevu

Summary/Abstract: The author's explanation of Ottoman conquest of today's Montenegro takes four chapters on thirty nine pages as well as six pages long list of literature and arhive materials mentioned in 149 footnotes. The conquest lasted about 100 years from 1396 when Ottoman detachments entered the region of Jelač, Srednje Polimlje and Potarje, to 1496 when Montenegro, ruled by family Crnojević, was attached to the Sanjak of Skadar) or precisely, it lasted 175 years untill Bar and Ulcinj were occupied in 1571. The conquest was realised in five phases with annies coming from tree different directions (the first was Skoplje-Priština- Trepča-Jeleč-Nikšići on Lim, the second was from Skadar towards the valley of the river Zeta, and the third ftom Herzegovina towards Novi, Onogošte, Komarnica and Piva).

  • Issue Year: 1991
  • Issue No: 41
  • Page Range: 155-185
  • Page Count: 31
  • Language: Bosnian