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The Nemanjić dynasty ruled over Serbia until the 14th century.
Nemanja's older son, Stefan Nemanjić, became Serbia's first recognized king, while his younger son, Rastko, founded the Serbian Orthodox Church in the year 1219, and became known as Saint Sava after his death.
Louis William, Margrave of Baden-Baden called Serbian Patriarch Arsenije III Čarnojević to raise arms against the Turks; the Patriarch accepted and returned to the liberated Peć.
As Serbia fell under Habsburg control, Leopold I granted Arsenije nobility and the title of duke.
The majority of Serbs inhabit the nation state of Serbia (with a minority in disputed Kosovo), as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Croatia.
Numerous small Serbian states were created, located in modern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia.
With the decline of the Serbian state of Duklja in the late 11th century, "Raška" separated from it and replaced it as the most powerful Serbian state. 1169–96) conquered the neighbouring territories of Kosovo, Duklja and Zachlumia.
After allied Christian forces had captured Buda from the Ottoman Empire in 1686 during the Great Turkish War, Serbs from Pannonian Plain (present-day Hungary, Slavonia region in present-day Croatia, Bačka and Banat regions in present-day Serbia) joined the troops of the Habsburg Monarchy as separate units known as Serbian Militia.
In 1688, the Habsburg army took Belgrade and entered the territory of present-day Central Serbia.