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Chronology

Most dates are approximate, and some relationships are tentative.

Fine, J. V. A., Jr., The Early Medieval Balkans (Ann Arbor, 1983).Guldescu, S., History of Medieval Croatia (The Hague, 1964).

845–864

Trpimir (prince of Dalmatian Croatia under Frankish suzerainty c.845)

864

Zdeslav (son; deposed)

864–876

Domagoj

876–879

Zdeslav (restored)

879–892

Branimir

892–910

Mutimir (son of Trpimir)

910–928

Tomislav (son; king of Croatia by 925; period of confusion c.928–35)

935–945

Krešimir I (son)

945–949

Miroslav (son)

949–969

Krešimir II (brother)

969–997

Stephen Držislav (son)

997–1000

Svetoslav (son; deposed)

1000–1020

Gojislav (brother)

1000–1030

Krešimir III (brother)

1030–1058

Stephen I (son)

1058–1075

Peter Krešimir IV (son)

1075–1088

Dimitar Zvonimir

1088–1090

Stephen II (nephew of Peter Krešimir IV; period of confusion c.1090–3)

1093–1097

Peter (Hungarian conquest of Croatia and Dalmatia 1097–1102)

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