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Bloody Sabor of Križevci
or Bloody Parliament Session
or Križevci Bloody Assembly
was organised killing of the Croatian ban
Ban was a title used in several states in central and south-eastern Europe between the 7th century and the 20th century.-Etymology:The word ban has entered the English language probably as a borrowing from South Slavic ban, meaning "lord, master; ruler". The Slavic word is probably borrowed from...
Stjepan Lacković and his followers by King Sigismund
Sigismund of Luxemburg KG was King of Hungary, of Croatia from 1387 to 1437, of Bohemia from 1419, and Holy Roman Emperor for four years from 1433 until 1437, the last Emperor of the House of Luxemburg. He was also King of Italy from 1431, and of Germany from 1411...
, in Križevci, Croatia on 27 February 1397.
King Sigismund called for the Sabor in city of Križevci and issued a written guarantee (saluus conductus) stating he would not attempt personal revenge on the opponents or harm them in any way. But, he organised the killing of the Croatian Ban Stjepan Lacković and his followers for supporting the opponent king candidate Ladislaus of Naples. The Croatian law dictated that no one could enter the Sabor with arms, so Ban Lacković and his supporters left their arms in front of the church. The Hungarians were already in the church, fully armed.
Bloody Sabor resulted in Sigismund's fear of the revenge of Lacković's men, new rebellions of the nobles in Croatia
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and Bosnia, the death of 170 Bosnian nobles who were killed by Sigismund, and selling off Dalmatia
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for 100,000 ducats by Ladislav of Naples. Finally, after 25 years of fighting, Sigismund succeeded in seizing power and was recognized as a king.