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List of local rulers of Vojvodina


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This is a list of local rulers of Vojvodina. The list also include local rulers of Banat, Bačka and Srem, including parts of mentioned regions, which are not part of present-day Vojvodina, as well as other rulers of larger political units that had specific local ties to territory of present-day Vojvodina.


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Ancient times



Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Roman emperors

  • Maximinus, Roman emperor (235–238), ruled from residence in Sirmium
  • Decius Traian, Roman emperor (249–251), born in village Budalia near Sirmium
  • Ingenuus, Roman emperor (260), proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium
  • Regalianus, Roman emperor (260), proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium
  • Claudius II, Roman emperor (268–270), spent most of his life in Sirmium
  • Aurelian, Roman emperor (270–275), born in Sirmium
  • Probus, Roman emperor (276–282), born in Sirmium
  • Maximianus Herculius, Roman emperor (285–310), born near Sirmium
  • Galerius, Roman emperor (305–311), ruled as Caesar during the Tetrarchy from residence in Sirmium (293–296)
  • Crispus, a Caesar of the Roman Empire. He was proclaimed Caesar in Sirmium in 317
  • Constantine II, a Caesar of the Roman Empire. He was proclaimed Caesar in Sirmium in 317
  • Vetranion, Roman emperor. Proclaimed himself emperor in Sirmium (in 350)
  • Constantius II, Roman emperor (337–361), born in Sirmium
  • Gratian, Roman emperor (367–383), born in Sirmium
  • Theodosius I the Great, Roman emperor (378–395). He became emperor in Sirmium

Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Roman prefects


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Other


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Middle Ages



Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Modern times



Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Habsburg Monarchy


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire After 1918


Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Gallery



Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire See also



Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire References


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Temeșvar Province Ottoman Empire Literature

  1. Petar Milošević, Arheologija i istorija Sirmijuma, Novi Sad, 2001.
  2. Dr. Aleksa Ivić, Istorija Srba u Vojvodini, Novi Sad, 1929.
  3. Dr. Dušan J. Popović, Srbi u Vojvodini, knjige 1–3, Novi Sad, 1990.
  4. Milan Tutorov, Mala Raška a u Banatu, Zrenjanin, 1991.
  5. Drago Njegovan, Prisajedinjenje Vojvodine Srbiji, Novi Sad, 2004.

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