Prosigoj of Serbia


Prince of Serbia
Reign fl. 822–836
Predecessor Radoslav
Successor Vlastimir
House Vlastimirović dynasty
Father Radoslav

Prosigoj (Serbian: Просигој, Greek: Προσηγόης,[2] Latin: Prosegoes[1]) was a 9th-century Serbian Prince (Knez) that ruled the Serbian Principality (Rascia) from 822 to 836.[1][3]


He was the son of Radoslav.[2] Prosigoj or his father was the ruler of Serbia during the uprisings (819–822) of Ljudevit Posavski against the Franks.[4] According to the Royal Frankish Annals, in 822, Ljudevit went from his seat in Sisak to the Serbs somewhere in western Bosnia who controlled a great part of Dalmatia ("Sorabi, quae natio magnam Dalmatiae partem obtinere dicitur").[5] At this time, there was peace with Bulgaria.[4]

His son, Vlastimir, is the founder of the Vlastimirović dynasty, the first recognized dynasty of Serbia.


  • Unknown Archont (~610–641+), Leader of Serbs and their Byzantine Sclaviniae under Heraclius.
    • Unknown lineage of several generations
      • Višeslav (~780–800)
        • Radoslav (~800–822)
          • Prosigoj (822–836)
            • Vlastimir (836–~850)
Prince of Serbia
Regnal titles
Preceded by
Knez of Serbia
Succeeded by



  • De Administrando Imperio by Constantine Porphyrogenitus, edited by Gy. Moravcsik and translated by R. J. H. Jenkins, Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, Washington D. C., 1993
  • Electronic Book, Antikvarneknjige (Cyrillic)
    • Drugi Period, IV: Pokrštavanje Južnih Slovena
    • The Serbs, Google Books.
  • Tibor Živković, Portreti srpskih vladara (IX—XII), Beograd, 2006 (ISBN 86-17-13754-1), p. 11
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