Medieval Serbian nobility

In the medieval Serbian states, the privileged class consisted of nobility and clergy, distinguished from commoners, part of the feudal society. The Serbian nobility were roughly grouped into magnates, the upper stratum, and the lesser nobility (vlasteličići). Serbia followed the government model established by the Byzantine Empire.


In the medieval Serbian states, the privileged class consisted of nobility and clergy, distinguished from commoners, part of the feudal society. The Serbian nobility were roughly grouped into magnates, the upper stratum, and the lesser nobility (vlasteličići). Serbia followed the government model established by the Byzantine Empire.
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