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Death: Died in Bribir, Croatia
Occupation: Hrvatski Ban
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About Pavao I Šubić Bribirski

http://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pavao_I._%C5%A0ubi%C4%87_Bribirski ---------------

Lásd: http://temesvarijeno.blog.hu/2010/04/02/a_zrinyi_csalad_cimervaltoz... Brebiri Subich I. Pál bán, Bosznia ura (1245-1312) sírhelye Bribirska glavicán (Horvátország, Dalmácia) a szintén Brebiri Subichok által uralt Scardona-tól (ma: Skradin) 15 km-re, az általa építtetett Szt. Mária székesegyházban. Bribirska glavica, melyet a horvát trójának is hívnak, a régészeti feltárások megállapításai szerint mintegy 6000 évvel ezelőtt is lakott volt már. A Brebiri Subichok a Zrínyi család ősei, leszármazásukkal kapcsolatban lásd még: http://temesvarijeno.blog.hu/2012/02/15/brebiri_iii_mladen_egy_majd... -------------------------------

Pavao I. Šubić Birbirski (o. 1245. - ?, 1. svibnja 1312.), hrvatski ban, gospodar Bosne i najmoćniji član velikaške obitelji Šubić koju je, za svoje vladavine, podigao na najvišu razinu moći.

Vladao je Hrvatskom u vrijeme prijestolnih borbi između zadnjeg Arpadovića i dinastije Anžuvinaca koja je polagala pravo na krunu Hrvatske i Ugarske. U takvim prilikama, uspio je osigurati za sebe i svoj rod nasljednost banske časti i upravu nad čitavom središnjom Hrvatskom, a upleo se aktivno i u sam proces riješavanja dinastičkog pitanja.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_I_%C5%A0ubi%C4%87_of_Bribir

Paul I Šubić of Bribir (Croatian: Pavao I Šubić Bribirski) (c. 1245 - 1 May 1312) was a Croatian leader and most outstanding member of the Šubić noble family from Bribir, was a Ban of Croatia and Lord of all of Bosnia. He ruled from his seat in the fortified town of Bribir, where he erected, along with his castle, the three-aisled basilica of St. Mary inside the Franciscan convent.[1]

Paul I Šubić was the most powerful Croatian noble at the end of 13th century and beginning of the 14th century. He reigned during the Arpad and Anjou struggle which secured him power over the whole central part of Croatia.

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http://genealogy.euweb.cz/balkan/subich2.html#MZ

Stjepko, Ct of Trogir, +6.8.1274, had issue:

  • A1. Pavao I, Ban (viceroy) of Dalmatia and Bosnia, *1245, +V.1312; m.Ursa N (+5.10.1303)
    • B1. Mladen II, Ban of Croatia, *ca 1270, +1343
    • B2. Juraj II, Ct of Bribir, Comes of Spalato, *ca 1275, +XII.1330
      • ...
    • B3. Pavao II, +VII.1346; m.Erzsébet Frangepán (+after 1347)
      • ...
    • B4. Gergely, Ct of Sebenico
  • A2. Juraj I, Ct of Trau, fl 1277-1302
    • B1. János, fl 1358
  • A3. Mladen I, Comes of Spalato, +1302
  • A4. Stanislava, a nun, fl 1299-1304
  • A6. a daughter, +1330; m.Jacopo Tiepolo
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Klis, Split-Dalmatia, Croatia
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Bribir, Croatia
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crkva Sv. Marija Bribir, Croatia