Battle of Dubravnica

Battle of Dubravnica
Part of the Serbian-Turkish Wars and Ottoman wars in Europe
LocationDubravnica near Paraćin,  Serbia
Result Serbian victory[1]
Moravian Serbia Ottoman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Crep and Vitomir Unknown

The Battle of Dubravnica (Битка на Дубравници) was fought in the summer of 1380 or December 1381, on the Dubravnica River near Paraćin in today's central Serbia, between the Serbian forces of Prince Lazar of Serbia led by commanders Vitomir and Crep and the invading Ottoman Turks of Sultan Murad I. The battle was the first historical mention of any Ottoman movements into Prince Lazar's territory. After this battle there is no record of any hostility between Lazar and the Turks until 1386. The Serbian army emerged victorious, although details of the battle itself are scarce.

"v leto 6889. godine ubi Crep i Vitomir Turke na Dubravci"
"In the summer of 1380, Crep and Vitomir kills (defeats) the Turks on Dubravica"

-Lazar's chronicles[2]

See also



  • Ćirković, Sima M. and Vuk Tošić, The Serbs, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2004.
  • Marko Šuica, „Nemirno doba srpskog srednjeg veka“, Beograd, 2000. ISBN 86-355-0452-6
  • „Istorija srpskog naroda II“, Beograd, 1982.
  • Ljubomir Stojanovic, "Start srpski rodoslovi i letopisi: Zbornik za istoriju, jezik, i knjilemost srpskog naroda", XVI (1927): 214.

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