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House of Nelipić

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House of Nelipić

The Nelipić, also called Nelipac or Nelipčić were a medieval Croatian noble family from Dalmatian Zagora in Croatia. They were greatly involved in political situations in Dalmatia, and in Bosnia. At their greater extend during 14th and 15th century, they ruled areas in inner Croatia from mountain Velebit to Cetina river.

Rise of Nelipić's power

Rise of Nelipić's power was harmonized with fall of Šubić's family influence. House of Nelipić continued to have tense relations and frequent skirmishes with the Šubićs during the 1330s.[1] When George II Šubić died between 1328 and 1330, he was succeeded by his son Mladen III Šubić.[1] Pressure from Prince Nelipac, including his capture of Ostrovica and various lesser Šubić places, led Mladen III and his uncle Paul II to make peace with Nelipac.[1]

Notable members

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