Donation of Evdokija

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Donation of possessions of the noblewoman Evdokija and her sons Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš to the Monastery of Hagios Panteleimon. The charter was issued in town of Strumica in 1376/1377.

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Živojinović/Subotin-Golubović 2004 Bibliography 290 and seq. Mirjana Živojinović/Tatjana Subotin-Golubović, Akt gospodina Konstantina Dragaša i carice Evdokije manastiru Ivironu (13. januar, oko 1380), in: Hilandarski zbornik 11 (2004) 287-294.
Places (12)
Name Class Begin End Description
Borisovo Place between 01.01.1376 and 31.12.1377 between 01.01.1573 and 31.12.1573 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, donated together with her sons the village of Borisovo with boundaries, summer pasture, mountain, vineyards, fruit trees, watermill, vegetable gardens, field, meadow, hunting grounds, river and fords to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos (Selo Borisovo sь sinoromь, sь planinomь, sь brьdomь, sь vinogradi, sь voštьjemь, sь vodeničьjemь, sь kipuriami, sь poljemь, sь lugomь, sь lovišti, sь rekomь, sь brodovi). The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of the village Borisovo to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos (I prьvo selo Mokrane, i selište Crьkvišta, i selište Makrijevo, i selo Borisovo, i selo Zubovo, i selo Gabrovo, i selo Napodu). The village Borisovo is registered in the Defters for the Nahiya Strumica in the year 1519 and 1573.
Borisovo, Summer Pasture Place 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, together with her sons donated the village of Mokrino, Mokrievo, Zubovo, Borisovo, and Gabrovo with each a summer pasture.
Gabrovo (1) Place between 21.05.1349 and 31.12.1377 between 01.01.1573 and 31.12.1573 The dijakь (scribe) and anagnostь (reader or lector) Dragoje moved in the place before the field Trěblěgrьmь, which was above Gabrovo near the Belasica mountain, in order the erect a Church dedicated to the Holy Mother of God and to the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel (izide dijakь anagnostь Dragoje kako estь ulezlь više Gabrova u Belasici predь Trěblěgrьmь zidati hramь prěčistee crьkvь i besplьtnihь silь Mihaila i Gabrila). At the request of Kalinik, the Bishop of Banьska (Velbužd, Kjustendil), made the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan the endowment of Dragoje exempt from various duties and allowed Dragoje live here freely with his father-in-law. Stefan Uroš IV Dušan donated to Dragoje also a field Podь and another field beneath Gabrovo. The Serbian Emperor gave him the permission to settle people near the church.In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, donated together with her sons the village of Gabrovo with boundaries, summer pasture, mountain, vineyards, fruit trees, watermill, vegetable gardens, field, meadow, hunting grounds, river and fords to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos (Selo Gabrovo sь sinoromь, sь planinomь, sь brьdomь, sь vinogradi, sь voštьjemь, sь vodeničjemь, sь kipuriami, sь poljemь, sь lugomь, sь lovišti, sь rekomь, sь brodovi). The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of the village Gabrovo to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos (I prьvo selo Mokrane, i selište Crьkvišta, i selište Makrijevo, i selo Borisovo, i selo Zubovo, i selo Gabrovo, i selo Napodu). The village of Gabrovo is registered in the Defters for the Nahiya Strumica in the year 1519 and 1573.
Gabrovo (1), Summer Pasture Place 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, together with her sons donated the village of Mokrino, Mokrievo, Zubovo, Borisovo, and Gabrovo with each a summer pasture.
Mokrievo Place between 01.01.1375 and 31.12.1376 between 01.01.1573 and 31.12.1573 The village Mokrievo is mentioned in course of the boundary delimitation of the land around the church of the priest Simon Prьkja and of the land, which belonged to Laskar Siderofag and Tutko. The litigants (Hilandar Monastery and the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos) were settled by the arbitration-comitee summoned by the Serbian Despot Konstantin Dragaš in 1375/1376 (i okolo crkve od Krьnače vode polovinu i nizь rěčište Krьnaču do više Makrieva tere na kamenь gde putь ulazi u Gabrь). In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, donated together with her sons the village of Mokrievo with boundaries, summer pasture, mountain, vineyards, fruit trees, watermill, vegetable gardens, field, meadow, hunting grounds, river and fords and the land of Tutko and Siderofajev to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos (Selo Makrijevo sinoromь, sь planinomь, zь brьdomь, sь vinogradi, s voštьjemь, sь vodeničьjemь, sь kipurijami, sь poljemь, sь lugomь, sь lovišti, sь rekomь, zь brodovi, i zemlju Tutkovu i zemlju Sideropsajevu). The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of the settlement site Mokrievo to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos (I prьvo selo Mokrane, i selište Crьkvišta, i selište Makrijevo, i selo Borisovo, i selo Zubovo, i selo Gabrovo, i selo Napodu). The village of Mokrievo is registered in the Defters for the Nahiya Strumica in 1519 and in 1573.
Mokrievo, Summer Pasture Place 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, together with her sons donated the village of Mokrino, Mokrievo, Zubovo, Borisovo, and Gabrovo with each a summer pasture.
Mokrino Place between 01.01.1375 and 31.12.1376 between 01.01.1573 and 31.12.1573 The village Mokrino is mentioned in course of the boundary delimitation of the land around the church of the priest Simon Prьkja and of the land, which belonged to Laskar Siderofag and Tutko. The litigants (Hilandar Monastery and the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos) were settled by the arbitration-comitee summoned by the Serbian Despot Konstantin Dragaš in 1375/1376 (i prězь Gabrь prěkim putem koi grede u Mokrane). In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, donated together with her sons the village of Mokrino with boundaries, summer pasture, mountain, vineyards, fruit trees, watermill, vegetable gardens, field, meadow, hunting grounds, fords, river and the land of Ljenьdin, which was added to Mokrino by the Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan, to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos (Selo Mokrani sь sinoromь, sь planinomь, sь brьdomь, sь vinogradi, sь ovoštьjemь, sь vodeničьjemь, sь kipuriamy, sь poljemь, sь lugomь, sь lovišti, zь brodovi, sь rekomь, i što jestь priložilь carь Stefanь zemlju Ljenьdinovu kь Mokranomь). The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of the village Mokrino to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos (I prьvo selo Mokrane, i selište Crьkvišta, i selište Makrijevo, i selo Borisovo, i selo Zubovo, i selo Gabrovo, i selo Napodu). The vilage of Mokrino is registered in the Defters for the Nahiya Strumica in 1519 and 1573.
Mokrino, Summer Pasture Place 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, together with her sons donated the village of Mokrino, Mokrievo, Zubovo, Borisovo, and Gabrovo with each a summer pasture.
Monastery of Saint Panteleimon Place The Monastery of Saint Panteleimon was founded in the 10th century and is nowadays a Russian-Orthodox Monastery on Mount Athos.
Strumica, Upper Town Place 28.03.1345 28.03.1345 On 28 March 1345 the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued a charter in Strumica for the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos.
Zubovo Place between 01.01.1375 and 31.12.1376 between 01.01.1573 and 31.12.1573 Nine old men, who bore witness to the decision of the arbritation-comitee in the case of the land dispute between the Hilandar Monastery and the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos in 1375/1376, came from the village Zubovo (A se imena starinnikov: popь Davidь, Zaharija, Sěno, Dobromirь, Peso, Drьmešь, Hrьsь, Hohoje, Draganь iz Ubova). In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, donated together with her sons the village of Zubovo with boundaries, summer pasture, mountain, and field to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on Mount Athos (Selo Zubovce sь sinoromь, sь planinomь, sь brьdomь, sь poljemь i sь vsemь ottesomь što si jestь imalo). The Serbian Despot Jovan Dragaš and his brother Konstantin Dragaš confirmed after 1376/1377 the donation of the village Zubovo to the Monastery Hagios Panteleemon on the Holy Mount Athos (I prьvo selo Mokrane, i selište Crьkvišta, i selište Makrijevo, i selo Borisovo, i selo Zubovo, i selo Gabrovo, i selo Napodu). The village of Zubovo is registered in the Defters for the Nahiya Strumica in the year 1519 and 1573.
Zubovo, Summer Pasture Place 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 In 1376/77 the mother of the Serbian Despots Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš, Evdokija, together with her sons donated the village of Mokrino, Mokrievo, Zubovo, Borisovo, and Gabrovo with each a summer pasture.
Events (11)
Name Class Begin End Description
Donation of Borisovo, Summer Pasture Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 The noblewoman Evdokija donated the village of Mokrievo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of Gabrovo, Summer Pasture Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 The noblewoman Evdokija donated the village of Gabrovo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of Mokrievo, Summer Pasture Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 The noblewoman Evdokija donated the village of Mokrievo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of Mokrino, Summer Pasture Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 The noblewoman Evdokija donated the village of Mokrino and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of Zubovo, Summer Pasture Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Mokrievo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of possessions near Strumica to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon by Evdokija, mother of Jovan and Konstantin Dragaš Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated together with her sons several villages and summer pastures to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon (Hagios Panteleemon).
Donation of the village of Borisovo Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Borisovo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of the village of Gabrovo Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Gabrovo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of the village of Mokrievo Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Mokrievo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of the village of Mokrino Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Mokrino and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Donation of the village of Zubovo Acquisition 01.01.1376 31.12.1377 Evdokija donated the village of Zubovo and its summer pasture to the Monastery of Saint Panteleimon.
Actors (4)
Name Class Begin End Relation Type Description
Evdokija Person Evdokija, before she became a nun, she was called Theodora Nemanjić, was the Mother of Jovan (PLP No: 5745) and Konstantin Dragaš (PLP No: 5746).
Jovan Dragaš Person between 01.01.1343 and 31.12.1343 between 01.01.1378 and 31.12.1378 Jovan Dragaš (PLP No: 5745) was a Serbian magnat and despot in Macedonia and brother of Konstantin Dragaš (PLP No: 5746).
Konstantin Dejan Dragaš Person 17.05.1395 Konstantin Dejan Dragaš (PLP No: 5746) was a Serbian Magnat and Despot in western Bulgaria (Kjustendil) and brother to Jovan Dragaš (PLP No: 5745).
Vlachs Group Romanesque speaking people on the Balkans. Maybe descendents of the ancient Latin-speaking population of the Roman provinces on the Balkans.