Petar Zrinski

Military Officer, Noble person

1621 – 1671

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Who was Petar Zrinski?

Petar Zrinski was a Croatian Ban and writer. A member of the Zrinski noble family, he was noted for his role in the attempted Croatian-Hungarian rebellion of 1664-1670 which ultimately led to his execution for high treason.

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Born
Jun 6, 1621
Vrbovec
Also known as
  • Grof Petar IV. Zrinski
  • Petar IV. Zrinski
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Religion
  • Catholicism
Nationality
  • Austria-Hungary
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Died
Apr 30, 1671
Wiener Neustadt

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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