"Duchy of Croatia" (Croatian: Kneževina Hrvatska; also "Duchy of the Croats", Kneževina Hrvata; "Dalmatian Croatia", Dalmatinska Hrvatska; "Littoral Croatia", Primorska Hrvatska; Greek: Χρωβατία, Chrovatía), was a medieval Croatian duchy that was established in the former Roman province of Dalmatia. Throughout its time it had several seats, namely Klis, Solin, Knin, Biaći and Nin, comprised the littoral, or coastal part of today's Croatia and included a big part of the mountainous hinterland. The Duchy was in the center of competition between the Carolingian Empire and the Byzantine Empire for rule over the area. Rivalry with Venice emerged in the first decades of the 9th century and was to continue for the following centuries. Croatia also waged battles with the Bulgarian Empire, with who

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  • La Croacia Dálmata (en croata, Dalmatinska Hrvatska), también Croacia Litoral (Primorska Hrvatska), es el nombre de una región de lo que fue un principado croata medieval que fue fundado en la anterior provincia romana de Dalmacia. Con el tiempo, el principado tuvo varias capitales, a saber Klis, Solin, Biograd, Knin, Biaći y Nin. Comprendió el litoral, o parte costera de la presente Croacia e incluyó una gran parte del montañoso interior. El Principado tuvo a la Casa de Trpimirović como dinastía gobernante, con interrupciones de la Casa de Domagojević (864-878 y 879-892). (es)
  • La Principauté de Dalmatie est une entité politique ayant remplacé la province romaine de Dalmatie. * Portail de l’histoire Portail de l’histoire * Portail de la Croatie Portail de la Croatie (fr)
  • Principado da Croácia Dálmata, Ducado da Croácia, Ducado dos Croatas ou Ducado Dálmata foi um ducado croata que se estabeleceu no antigo território da província romana da Dalmácia. (pt)
  • Приморская Хорватия — старейшее хорватское государственное образование. Упомянуто Константином Багрянородным в трактате «Об управлении империей», в частности там сказано, что первым его правителем был князь Порга в VII веке. Термин «Приморская Хорватия» введён в историческую науку историками XIX века, правитель государства со времён Трпимира I носил титул «dux Croatorum» (князь Хорватии). (ru)
  • "Duchy of Croatia" (Croatian: Kneževina Hrvatska; also "Duchy of the Croats", Kneževina Hrvata; "Dalmatian Croatia", Dalmatinska Hrvatska; "Littoral Croatia", Primorska Hrvatska; Greek: Χρωβατία, Chrovatía), was a medieval Croatian duchy that was established in the former Roman province of Dalmatia. Throughout its time it had several seats, namely Klis, Solin, Knin, Biaći and Nin, comprised the littoral, or coastal part of today's Croatia and included a big part of the mountainous hinterland. The Duchy was in the center of competition between the Carolingian Empire and the Byzantine Empire for rule over the area. Rivalry with Venice emerged in the first decades of the 9th century and was to continue for the following centuries. Croatia also waged battles with the Bulgarian Empire, with whom the relations improved greatly afterwards, and the Arabs and sought to extend its control over important coastal cities under the rule of Byzantium. Croatia saw periods of vassalage of the Franks or Byzantines and de facto independence until 879 when Croatian Duke Branimir received recognition from Pope John VIII as an independent realm. The ruling dynasty of Croatia was the House of Trpimirović, with interruptions by the House of Domagojević (864–878 and 879–c. 892). The Duchy existed until around 925 when, during the rule of Duke Tomislav, Croatia became a kingdom. (en)
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  • Establishment
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  • Balkan region c. 850. Duchy of the Croats shaded fuchsia.
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  • Tomislav
  • Borna
  • Porga
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  • La Croacia Dálmata (en croata, Dalmatinska Hrvatska), también Croacia Litoral (Primorska Hrvatska), es el nombre de una región de lo que fue un principado croata medieval que fue fundado en la anterior provincia romana de Dalmacia. Con el tiempo, el principado tuvo varias capitales, a saber Klis, Solin, Biograd, Knin, Biaći y Nin. Comprendió el litoral, o parte costera de la presente Croacia e incluyó una gran parte del montañoso interior. El Principado tuvo a la Casa de Trpimirović como dinastía gobernante, con interrupciones de la Casa de Domagojević (864-878 y 879-892). (es)
  • La Principauté de Dalmatie est une entité politique ayant remplacé la province romaine de Dalmatie. * Portail de l’histoire Portail de l’histoire * Portail de la Croatie Portail de la Croatie (fr)
  • Principado da Croácia Dálmata, Ducado da Croácia, Ducado dos Croatas ou Ducado Dálmata foi um ducado croata que se estabeleceu no antigo território da província romana da Dalmácia. (pt)
  • Приморская Хорватия — старейшее хорватское государственное образование. Упомянуто Константином Багрянородным в трактате «Об управлении империей», в частности там сказано, что первым его правителем был князь Порга в VII веке. Термин «Приморская Хорватия» введён в историческую науку историками XIX века, правитель государства со времён Трпимира I носил титул «dux Croatorum» (князь Хорватии). (ru)
  • "Duchy of Croatia" (Croatian: Kneževina Hrvatska; also "Duchy of the Croats", Kneževina Hrvata; "Dalmatian Croatia", Dalmatinska Hrvatska; "Littoral Croatia", Primorska Hrvatska; Greek: Χρωβατία, Chrovatía), was a medieval Croatian duchy that was established in the former Roman province of Dalmatia. Throughout its time it had several seats, namely Klis, Solin, Knin, Biaći and Nin, comprised the littoral, or coastal part of today's Croatia and included a big part of the mountainous hinterland. The Duchy was in the center of competition between the Carolingian Empire and the Byzantine Empire for rule over the area. Rivalry with Venice emerged in the first decades of the 9th century and was to continue for the following centuries. Croatia also waged battles with the Bulgarian Empire, with who (en)
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  • Principado de Dalmacia (es)
  • Principauté de Dalmatie (fr)
  • Principado da Croácia Dálmata (pt)
  • Приморская Хорватия (ru)
  • Duchy of Croatia (en)
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  • Croatia (en)
  • Duchy of the Croats (en)
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