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Vlaho Kabužić

Vlaho Kabužić

Croatian diplomat
Vlaho Kabužić
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Croatian diplomat
Was Diplomat
From Croatia
Type Politics
Gender male
Birth 27 December 1698, Republic of Ragusa
Death Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
Star sign Capricorn
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Vlaho Kabužić (Latin: Blasius Caboga, Italian: Biagio Caboga) (27. December 1698 – 1750), was a ragusan nobleman and diplomat from the Republic of Ragusa. He was a member of the influential Kabužić noble family. He is known for being poklisar harača (ambassador of kharaj), the man who brought the money from Dubrovnik to pay regular annual tribute to the Ottoman Sultan in Istanbul.

Family

Vlaho Kaboga was the son of Bernard Kaboga (*1671; †1753) and his wife Maria née Bosdari (*1671; †1753). He had several brothers and sisters, among which was Marin, the duke of Slano. In 1732 he married Katarina Gundulić (*1709; †1749), a daughter of Dživo Šiškov Gundulić and great-granddaughter of Ivan Gundulić, the most prominent ragusan Baroque poet.

He had a large family, of whom two sons, Bernard (*1739; †1814) and Ivan (*1743; †1826), were notable austrofils and freemasons, very influential Ragusan politicians who undertook many public duties. His grandsons Vlaho Filip "traditur" (*1774; †1854) and Bernard-Brno (*1785; †1855) were granted the title of count by the emperor of the Habsburg Monarchy.

Vlaho's branch of the Kabužić family tree

Lucijan
Franov

(*? – †1603)
Bernard
Lucijanov
Lucijan
Bernardov
Marojica
Bernardov
(*1630 – †1692)
Bernard
(*1671 – †1753)
Marin
(*1673 – †1740)
Vlaho
(*1698 – †1750)
Marin
(*1710 – †1790)
Bernard
(*1739 – †1814)
Ivan
(*1743 – †1826)
Antun
(*1765 – †?)
Vlaho
Bernard
(*1779– †1854)
Vlaho
Filip

(*1774 – †1854)
Frano Vlaho
Martin
(*1781 – †1855)
Bernard–Brno
(*1785 – †1855)
Henrik
Nikola

(*1818 – †1881)
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http://hbl.lzmk.hr/clanak.aspx?id=9368
http://www.enciklopedija.hr/natuknica.aspx?id=49036
https://books.google.hr/books?id=FBQICAAAQBAJ&pg=PT253&lpg=PT253&dq=vlaho+bernardov+diplomat&source=bl&ots=JN3jbaiXKZ&sig=t4fNL-AuH52nUE_BOlXlhTlSiog&hl=hr&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiq84uVrYzMAhXDDiwKHQ0jDxgQ6AEIGTAA#v=onepage&q=vlaho%20bernardov%20diplomat&f=false
https://www.geni.com/people/Blaz-Vlaho-Kabuzic-de-Caboga/6000000018754135552
http://www.kaboga.pixeldesign.hr/caboga.html
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