APA 6th Edition Grubišić, I. (2014). Vranjički Benzoni. Tusculum, 7 (1), 125-164. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/127080
MLA 8th Edition Grubišić, Ivan. "Vranjički Benzoni." Tusculum, vol. 7, br. 1, 2014, str. 125-164. https://hrcak.srce.hr/127080. Citirano 12.05.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition Grubišić, Ivan. "Vranjički Benzoni." Tusculum 7, br. 1 (2014): 125-164. https://hrcak.srce.hr/127080
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Vancouver Grubišić I. Vranjički Benzoni. Tusculum [Internet]. 2014 [pristupljeno 12.05.2021.];7(1):125-164. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/127080
IEEE I. Grubišić, "Vranjički Benzoni", Tusculum, vol.7, br. 1, str. 125-164, 2014. [Online]. Dostupno na: https://hrcak.srce.hr/127080. [Citirano: 12.05.2021.]
Sažetak The paper deals with the lineage of the Benzons of Vranjic. The lineage was started by Christianisation of a Muslim, who received the name and the lineage of a Venetian nobleman, the then governor of Split. The first historic mention of this, the oldest, member of the lineage, was in 1648. The long existence of the lineage, till as long as the present day, has caused creation of numerous nicknames by which namesake members of the lineage could have been told from each other. The principal places of origin of particular lineage branches are Vranjic, Solin, Split and Imotski. Lately, the lineage has spread to other places as well. This study particularly emphasizes some outstanding individuals. Ivan Krstitelj (died in 1679), military commander, founder of the lineage; the venetian administration donated to him (1672) a property in the areas around Klis conquered in war. Nikola (1662-1681), early diseased only legitimate son of Ivan Krstitelj, captain; in his testament he appointed his father's illegitimate children (two brothers and a sister) as his heirs, hence the lineage could be continued (the older son, Anton, has his lineage continued till present day, whereas the younger one, Petar, had no successors after 1805). Anton (1670-1721), the older illegitimate son of Ivan Krstitelj, captain. Petar (1674-1745), the younger illegitimate son of Ivan Krstitelj, known by the testament. Jure (1693-1753), known by the testament. Doroteja (1710-1758), known by the testament. Jelina Benedikta (1761-1832), a lay-sister in the Benedictine nunnery of S. Maria de Taurello in Split (until the nunnery was closed in 1807), after that to have lived in her house in Vranjic. Mate (1775-1840), priest. Ante (1790-1871), known by the testament. Marko Jakov (1799-?), architect and politician. Petar (1802-1877), politician. Ivan Jure (1849-1914), natural scientist, grammar school teacher; his sons: Petar, lawyer, diplomat; Vicko, land surveyor; Martin, lawyer; Uroš, agronomist; Stjepan, forester. Ivan Šimun (1849-1917), priest. Ivan Krstitelj (1867-?), forester; his sons: Ante, physician; Mirko, pharmacist; Branko, physician, politician. Marinko (1920-1978), painter. Stjepan (1921-1990), poet.