About son Kulinić
Ban Kulin (1163–1204) was a notable Ban of Bosnia who ruled from 1180 to 1204 first as a vassal of the Byzantine Empire and then of the Kingdom of Hungary. He was brought to the power by Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. He had a son, Stjepan Kulinić who succeeded him as Bosnian Ban. Kulin founded the House of Kulinić.
After the death of Ban Kulin in 1204., the Bosnian throne was set by his son Stephen Kulinić.
Marriage and children
Kulin's sister married the brother of Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja, the Serbian Prince Miroslav of Hum in Rascia and Kulin himself had two sons:
- Stephen Kulinić, the following Ban of Bosnia
- a son that went with the Pope's emissaries in 1203 to explain heresy accusations against Kulin