His Royal Majesty
Mark II
Marku II
King of Keltsvia

14th King of Keltsvia
Reign 8 June 859 -
1 May 900
(40 years and 328 days)
Predecessor Mark I
Successor Anthony IV
Consort queen Mislava
Anthony IV
Dinasty Dinasty of Urseku
Father Mark I
Mother Vojislava
Born 5 March 839
Ras, Principality of Serbia
Died 1 May 900 (aged 61)
Vugalroge, Kingdom of Keltsvia
Religion Roman Catholicism

Mark II (Labwese: Marku II, Latin: Marcus II) was the fourteenth king of Keltsvia and descendant of Urseku. His nickname was "The Christian Slav".

Early life

Mark was the oldest son of Mark I of Keltsvia and his wife Vojislava, a daughter of Prosigoj, the Prince of Serbia.

Mark I rule

When Mark was born, the reign of his father, Mark I of Keltsvia was peaceful and being victorious in his war against the Bulgars. On 858, Mark married Mislava, the daughter of the former Prince of Dalmatian Croatia, Mislav. One year later, Mark I died and Mark became the new King as Mark II.

Mark II children and rule

Mark II and Mislava had the following children: Desislava (b. 859), Anthony (b. 861), Vladislav (b. 865) and Mary (b. 866). Mark II worked hard in Christianization of Slavs, he did not mind if they became Orthodox or Catholic, but he wanted them to be Christians. Keltsvian missionaires played an important role in the Christianization of Serbs.

Mark II death and succession

Mark II died on 900, and his successor was his oldest son Anthony.

Mark II's ancestry


Mark II of Keltsvia
Born: 5 March 839 Died: 1 May 900
Preceded by:
Mark I
King of Keltsvia
859 – 900
Succeeded by:
Anthony IV

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