Treaty of Dubrovnik
Treaty of the Sovereignity of Croatia and the acknowledgement of the Holy Roman Emperor and Bohemian King's claim on the throne of Hungary
Type of treaty Peace Treaty
Sealed 1439
Effective 1439
Signatories Rinaldo di Durazzo, King of Croatia

Wenceslaus V, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia, King of Hungary

Depositary Croatia
Language Latin, Croatian, Hungarian,
The Treaty of Dubrovnik is a mid-15th century treaty signed after the war for Croatian succession. With it began the independent progression of the Kingdom of Croatia, separated from the Kingdom of Hungary with which it had been tied since 1102.


  • Croatia:
    • Rinaldo di Durazzo will receives Wenceslaus IV's blessing to be King of Croatia
    • Wenceslaus V will give up on any Croatian claims
    • Croatia will agree to a defensive and trade pact between itself and the territories of Wenceslaus V
  • Holy Roman Empire and Hungary:
    • The Holy Roman Emperor Wenceslaus V will be acknowledged by the Croatian nobiliy and King Rinaldo di Durazzo


Croatia:SkyGreen24 08:52, August 25, 2016 (UTC)

Hungary: Blocky858 (talk) 20:46, August 25, 2016 (UTC)

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