Mbretëria e Shqipërisë

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Mbretëria e Shqipërisë
Lat: Regnum Albaniae

 

1271–1368
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Mbretëria e Shqipërisë
Kryeqyteti Durrës
Gjuhë shqipja, Gjuha Italiane
Feja Krishterimi
Qeveria Monarkia
Mbret, Zotëri tani Dukë
 -  1272-1285 Kari i Anzhu
 -  1285-1368 Louis
Periudha historike Mesjeta
 -  Established 1271
 -  Disestablished 1368
Kujdes: Vlera për parametrin "emri_dhanore"|- style="font-size: 85%;" Kujdes: Vlera e specifikuar për "kontinenti"

Mbretëria e Shqipërisë (Latinisht: Regnum Albaniae) u themelua nga Karli I Anzhu në territoret shqiptare të Epirit të Ri të cilat i pushtoi në vitin 1271. Ai morri titullin "Mbret i Shqipërisë" në shkurt 1272. Mbretëia shtrihej nga Dyrrahu në veri e deri në Butrint në jug.

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