Early modern history of Serbia
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Early modern history of Serbia covers the history of Serbia from the Ottoman conquest in the middle of 15th century up to the beginning of the Serbian Revolution in 1804. The era includes periods of Ottoman and Habsburg rule in various parts of Serbia. During that time, several Habsburg–Ottoman wars were fought on the territory of Serbia.
- Ottoman Serbia, designates periods of Ottoman rule in Serbia:
- Habsburg-occupied Serbia, designates three periods of Habsburg rule in various parts of Serbia:
- Habsburg rule in northern parts of Serbia (present day Vojvodina) in 18th century:
- Habsburg–Ottoman wars fought on the territory of Serbia:
- Major Serbian uprisings during early modern period:
- Main Serbian ecclesiastical institutions during early modern period:
The period is followed by the history of modern Serbia.
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