|Lord of Kruja|
|Reign||c. 1200 – 1208|
|Predecessor||Progon of Kruja|
Titles and styles
|Noble family||Progon family|
|Father||Progon of Kruja|
Gjin Progoni (Latin: Ginius) was an archon (or lord) of Kruja, located in present-day Albania, from c. 1200 until his death in 1208. He succeeded his father, Progon of Kruja, becoming the second ruler of the House of Progon. Gjin was succeeded by his younger brother Dhimitër Progoni.
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- Ducellier 1999, p. 786: "Even if it is hard to identify the outlook of Prince Gjin, the son of Progon, who died in 1208, it is clear that his successor, Dhimitër, saw Venice as the main enemy..."
- Ducellier, Alain (1999). "24(b) – Eastern Europe: Albania, Serbia and Bulgaria". In Abulafia, David. The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume 5, c.1198 – c.1300. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 779–795. ISBN 978-0-52-136289-4.
Gjin ProgoniDied: 1208
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