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Duke (or Tsar) Lazar Hrebeljanovi?
Lazarevi? ( Serbian Cyrillic: , Lazarevi?i / ?, pl. pronounced ) was a [laz?:r?v?it?] Serbian medieval royal family, which ruled Moravian Serbia and the Serbian Despotate.
The dynasty began with
Lazar Hrebeljanovi?, son of Pribac Hrebeljanovi?-a noble at the court of Du?an the Mighty. Lazar married Milica, supposedly a member of the reigning Nemanji? dynasty, and was later given the title "Knez" by Serbian Emperor Uro? the Weak. He gained lands in Central Serbia and through his ties with the Nemanji?s he became the regent of Moravian Serbia. In the Battle of Kosovo against the Ottoman Empire, Lazar was killed and Serbia became a vassal state, leading to the end of Serbian sovereignty.
Moravian Serbia from 1371 to 1427.
Tsar Lazar and his family
Princess Milica Nemanjic in around 1353 and had at least seven children:
Vuk Brankovi?, founder of Brankovi? dynasty in around 1371 and died April 12, 1426,
Stefan Lazarevi? (c. 1377 - July 19, 1427), Prince (1389-1402) and Despot (1402-1427), married Helene Gattilusio, daughter of Francesco II of Lesbos in 1405, granddaughter of Princess Maria Palaiologina, sister of the Byzantine emperor John V Palaiologos.
Vuk, Prince, executed on July 6, 1410
Dragana, married Emperor Ivan Shishman of Bulgaria in around 1386, died before July 1395 Teodora, married
Nicholas II Garay, Palatine of Hungary and member of powerful Garay family
Jelena (Jela), married ?ura? II Stracimirovi?, Lord of Zeta and member of Bal?i? noble family, then Sandalj Hrani?, Grand Duke of Bosnia and member of Kosa?a noble family and died March 1443,  Olivera Despina (1372 - after 1444), married Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I in 1390
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