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The Piperi tribe ( Montenegrin Cyrillic: Пипери) is a Montenegrin clan. Their land is located between the Moračamarker and Zetamarker rivers, reaching the northern suburbs of Montenegrin capital Podgoricamarker. According to a legend, it was founded by a man called Pipo, who also had four brothers: Vaso, Ozro (Lazar), Kraso, and Oto (Mrkota). Pipo's brothers were forefathers of the Orthodox clans of Vasojevići and Ozrinići, and the Albanian Catholic tribes Krasniqi and Hoti from Montenegro.

The clan is one of the seven clans of the Montenegrin Highlands (Brda) and it was first mentioned in the Venice documents at the beginning of the 15th century. During the wars with the Ottoman Turks, the Piperi tribe has been regarded as one of the most bellicose tribes in the history of Montenegro.

History

In the early 17th century, Montenegro was ruled by the Ottomans. The clan of Piperi had total 270 houses, with slavic majority. The 700 men in arms were commanded by Radoslav Bozidanov.

Descendants

  • Aćimići
  • Balijaši
  • Banaševići
  • Bašanovići
  • Bašovoći
  • Boškovići
  • Božovići
  • Bracanovići
  • Brkovići
  • Čujaci
  • Dakići
  • Dragićevići
  • Dragišići
  • Đukići
  • Đuraševići
  • Đurkovići
  • Filipovići
  • Gegići
  • Gligorovići
  • Goričani
  • Grubeljići
  • Ivanovići
  • Ivančevići
  • Jelenići
  • Jovanovići
  • Jovovići
  • Kaluđerovići
  • Lakočevići
  • Lalići
  • Ljumovići
  • Makočevići
  • Maudići
  • Markovići
  • Matkovići
  • Mijovići
  • Miličkovići
  • Milunovići
  • Nikolići
  • Novakovići
  • Otovići
  • Paovići
  • Petrovići
  • Piletići
  • Popovići
  • Pulevići
  • Radevići
  • Radonjići
  • Radovanovići
  • Radunovići
  • Rajkovići
  • Ravnolazni
  • Ristovići
  • Savovići
  • Simovići
  • Stanići
  • Stojanovići
  • Todorovići
  • Šćepanovići
  • Šušovići
  • Vučinići
  • Vujovići
  • Vukanovići
  • Vukotići
  • Vukovići
  • Vuletići
  • Vuljevići
  • Vulikići
  • Vušutovići
  • Ćetkovići


People descending from the Piperi clan



See also



References

Erdeljanović, Jovan. "Kuči, Bratonožići, Piperi". 1981. Belgrade: Slovo Ljubve, 1981. page 244.


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