Stefan Nemanja

Stefan Nemanja

Stefan Nemanja was the Grand Prince of the Serbian Grand Principality from 1166 to 1196, an heir of the Vukanović dynasty that marked the beginning of a greater Serbian realm (he is the founding father of the Nemanjić dynasty). He is remembered for his contributions to Serbian culture and history, being the founder of the powerful Serbian state that would evolve into the Serbian Empire, and the national church.
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Hilandar

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Putin, marame i crni luk - Данас
Google News - over 6 years
U njenoj crkvi svetog Đorđa Stefan Nemanja je molitveno proslavio pobedu nad Vizantijom kod Pantona 1170, au kuli je život tragično završio i sveti kralj Stefan Dečanski. - Rešenje ove situaciju je stvar visoke politike. O tome treba da se dogovore
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150 predloga za ime mosta na Adi - B92
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Tako su patrijarh Pavle, Duško Radović, Ivo Andrić, Momo Kapor, Milutin Milanković, Nikola Hajdin, Stefan Nemanja, Novak Đoković, Zoran Đinđić, Dragan Đilas, Branko Pešić, zaslužili da se po njima zove most. Predloženo je i da novi most na Adi nosi ime
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Učenici pomagali saobraćajcima - Блиц
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Još dve škole iz Beograda: „Stefan Nemanja“ i „Veselin Masleša“ učestvovaće u ovoj akciji u sredu, 14. septembra, i na taj način doprineti povećanju bezbednosti u saobraćaju. Četvrtu godinu zaredom „Delta Đenerali osiguranje“ organizuje akciju „Jabuka
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NIKOLA ŽIVKOVIĆ: PISMO PRIJATELJU U ČILE (2) - U SRBIJU SE TREBA VRATITI - NoviStandard
Google News - over 6 years
Zadržasmo se gotovo dva časa u crkvi, gde se upoznasmo s mladim sveštenikom, koji nam podrobno ispriča o Manastiru: "Osnivač i ktitor Manastira je Veliki župan Stefan Nemanja. Studenicu je on gradio od 1183. do 1196, kada se na državnom Saboru najpre
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NEMANJIN SABOR SLEDEĆE SUBOTE U PORTI PETROVE CRKVE - Dnevne novine - Kurir
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"I ove godine po blagoslovu episkopa raško-prizrenskog Teodosija održava se sabor u crkvi gde je Stefan Nemanja kršten, gde je predao vlast Stefanu Prvovenčanom 1196. godine iu hramu gde je kršten Sveti Sava", rekao je Milenković dodajući da je ovo
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PRINCE OF WALES CONTRIBUTING TO THE RESTORATION OF HILANDAR MONASTERY - Radio Srbija (blog)
Google News - over 6 years
Hilandar is a Holy Mountain monastery founded in 1198 by the First Serbian Archbishop St Sava and his father, the Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja. On March 4, 2004, a catastrophic fire struck this monastery. At the personal invitation of the Prince of
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Kosovo: Ungewissheit und Unsicherheit - Radio Srbija (Blog)
Google News - over 6 years
Die Kosovo-Albaner haben zum Beispiel das Kloster Hohe Decani auf Postmarken gedruckt, mit der Aufschrift, dass es sich um byzantinisches Erbe handelt, und den Groszupan Stefan Nemanja, den Gründer der Dynastie der Nemanjiden, der viele Klöster im
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Ne zaboravite! Još uvek u toku donatorska akcija „Podignimo Stupove - obnovimo ... - Данас
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Na uzvišenju, odakle se Novi Pazar vidi kao na dlanu, podigao ga je u 12. veku veliki župan Stefan Nemanja. Ktitorov biograf, sin Stefan Prvovenčani zapisao je da je manastir nastao jer se Nemanja, dok je bio zatvoren u jednoj pećini, zavetovao da će
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U najvećem gradu Evrope - Press online
Google News - over 6 years
Njegovim ulicama u kavezu je proveden Stefan Nemanja; odavde nam je stigla Simonida. Iz dvorova Konstantinopolja dolazili su nam arhitektura, vladarske titule, čak i pribor za jelo. Tako je bilo čitavih hiljadu godina, od devetog pa do devetnaestog
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Dan srpske diplomatije - Вечерње Новости
Google News - over 6 years
U Nišu su se 27. jula susreli Fridrih Barbarosa i Stefan Nemanja. Već devet vekova rasprava: car je jeo prstima, a Nemanja priborom KOD crkve svetog Pantelejmona u Nišu, 27. jula 1189. godine, bilo je življe nego ikada pre tog dana
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Studenica Journal; If the Walls Could Speak, Serb Epic Would Unfold
NYTimes - over 20 years
Well before dawn has cast its pale light over these scrub-covered hills, an 80-year-old abbot leads 14 monks and novices into the hulking marble walls of a 12th-century church for morning devotions. The melodic chant of the monks, echoing off the faded frescoed walls of the church and rising up to the gloomy vaulted ceiling, is a morning ritual
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  • 1199
    Died on February 13, 1199.
  • 1198
    Together with his son Sava, Nemanja had built the Serbian Hilandar Monastery at Mount Athos from 1198-1199, and issued the "Hilandar Charter".
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  • 1196
    On March 25, 1196, Stefan Nemanja summoned a Council in Ras, where he officially abdicated in favour of his second son, Stefan, to whom he bequeathed all his earthly possessions.
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    In 1196, after three decades of warfare and negotiations which consolidated Serbia while distinguishing it from both Western and Byzantine spheres of influence, Nemanja abdicated in favour of his middle son Stefan Nemanjić, who became the first King of Serbia.
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  • 1195
    In 1195, Stefan Nemanja's brother-in-law Alexios III Angelos inherited the Byzantine throne.
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  • 1193
    However, Nemanja's forces quickly pushed the Hungarians back across the border in 1193.
  • 1192
    In 1192 Nemanja's youngest son Rastko retired to Mount Athos where he accepted monastic vows and took the name Sava.
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  • 1191
    In fall of 1191, the well-prepared Byzantine army, led by the Emperor himself, crushed Nemanja's forces in South Morava.
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  • 1190
    Also in 1190 his brother Miroslav died of old age, so Stefan Nemanja temporarily assigned his pious youngest son Rastko as the new Prince of Zahumlje in Ston.
    In 1190, the new Byzantine Emperor Isaac II Angelos prepared a massive and experienced army to strike against Nemanja.
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    However, Barbarossa never consummated an alliance with Nemanja, instead signing a peace treaty with Byzantine representatives on 14 February 1190 in Adrianople.
  • 1188
    In 1188 Stefan Nemanja sent an envoy to Frederick Barbarossa, inviting him to stay in Serbia during his Crusade to the Holy Land.
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  • 1184
    In 1184, Prince Miroslav tried to retake the islands of Korčula and Vis, but on 18 August 1184, his fleet was devastated by the Ragusan navy at Poljice near Koločep, so Miroslav signed a peace treaty with the Republic of Ragusa.
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  • 1183
    In 1183, Stefan Nemanja formed a new alliance, with King Bela III of Hungary, and invaded Byzantine soil.
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  • 1180
    Following Emperor Manuel I Komnenos' death in 1180, Stefan Nemanja no longer believed he owed any allegiance to the Byzantines, characterizing his vows as being to the Emperor, not the Empire.
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  • 1172
    However, in 1172, the anti-Byzantine coalition that Nemanja had joined with the Kingdom of Hungary, the Venetian Republic and the Holy Roman Empire collapsed.
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    Grand Prince Nemanja then dispatched troops to the Morava valley in 1172, to disrupt communications and commerce between Niš and Belgrade and instigate a rebellion amongst the local Serbs at Ravno.
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  • 1171
    In 1171, Grand Župan Stefan Nemanja sided with the Venetian Republic in a dispute with the Byzantine Empire, with the aim of gaining full independence from Byzantine rule.
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    Stefan Nemanja built the church of Đurđevi Stupovi (Pillars of St. George) in Ras in 1171.
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  • 1166
    Between 1166 and 1168, Prince Nemanja rebelled against his older brother Tihomir, and deposed him and his brothers, Miroslav and Stracimir.
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  • 1164
    Nemanja's Serb squadrons fought in the Imperial Army in 1164 in Srem during the wars against the Kingdom of Hungary.
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  • 1162
    Nemanja met Emperor Manuel in Niš in 1162, who gave him the region of Dubočica to rule over and declared him independent.
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  • 1113
    Nemanja was born around the year 1113 AD in Ribnica, Zeta (in the vicinity of present-day Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro).
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