Radoslav
Lord of Hum
Lord of Hum
Reignc. 1254
PredecessorAndrija, Prince of Hum
Successor?
Titles and styles
župan (county lord)
FamilyMirosavljević
FatherAndrija
OccupationHungarian vassal

Radoslav was the Lord of Hum in c. 1254. Radoslav was the son of Andrija, Prince of Hum. In 1254, Radoslav is mentioned as a Hungarian vassal,[1] with the title of župan (Radoslav Chlmensis íupanus filius comitis Andreae Chlmensis).[2] He had two younger brothers, Bogdan and Đorđe, who served him. He was named after his kinsman Stefan Radoslav. During King Stefan Uroš I's war with the Republic of Ragusa in 1254, Radoslav presented himself in Hum as "sworn vassal of the Hungarian king", Béla IV, and promised to fight for Ragusa as long as it was in conflict with Serbia. He made peace with Ragusa, seen in a charter dated to 22 May 1254. He maintained good relations with Ragusa and Hungary. Following an earthquake in the Hum capital of Ston, the Orthodox bishop of Hum relocated to the church of St. Peter and St Paul built on the Lim River near the Serbian border in the 1250s.

Regnal titles
Political offices
Preceded by
Andrija
as Prince
Lord of Hum
1254
Vacant
Title next held by
Nikola
Vojin
Preceded by
?
Lord of Imotski
1254
Vacant
Title next held by
?

References

  1. ^ Fajfrić 2000, ch. 19.
  2. ^ Diplomatički zbornik kraljevine Hrvatske, Dalmacije i Slavonije. Zavod za povijesne znanosti JAZU. 1906. Radoslav Chlmensis íupanus filius comitis Andreae Chlmensis iurat iudicibus ct communi RagusaeI se cum iis pacem servaturum, cum rege Urossio vero bellum gesturum esse ... 1254

Sources

  • Fine, John Van Antwerp (1994). The Late Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Late Twelfth Century to the Ottoman Conquest. Michigan: The University of Michigan Press. pp. 52–54. ISBN 0-472-08260-4.
  • Fajfrić, Željko (2000) [1998], Sveta loza Stefana Nemanje, Belgrade: Tehnologije, izdavastvo, agencija JanusCS1 maint: ref=harv (link)