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Battle of Kosovo
the Ottoman wars in Europe and Serbian-Ottoman Wars نین بیر بخشی
Facial Chronicle - b.10, p.299 - Battle of Kosovo (1389).png
16th-century Russian miniature of the battle
تاریخ June 15,[A] 1389
یئر Kosovo field, District of Branković
نتیجه
طرفلر
عثمانلی ایمپیراتورلوغو Coat of arms of Moravian Serbia.svg Moravian Serbia
Coat of arms of Branković family (small).svg District of Branković
Coat of arms of Kingdom of Bosnia.svg Kingdom of Bosnia
باشچیلار
Sultan بیرینجی مراد 
ایلدیٛریٛم بایزید
Yakub Çelebi Executed
Coat of arms of Moravian Serbia.svg Prince Lazar 
Coat of arms of Branković family (small).svg Vuk Branković
Coat of arms of Kingdom of Bosnia.svg Vlatko Vuković
گۆجلر
~ 27,000–40,000[B] ~ 12,000–30,000[B]
تلفات
Sultan Murad I and most of the troops[۱][۲] Prince Lazar and most of the troops[۱][۲]
Battle of Kosovo
the Ottoman wars in Europe and Serbian-Ottoman Wars نین بیر بخشی
Facial Chronicle - b.10, p.299 - Battle of Kosovo (1389).png
16th-century Russian miniature of the battle
تاریخ June 15,[A] 1389
یئر Kosovo field, District of Branković
نتیجه
طرفلر
عثمانلی ایمپیراتورلوغو Coat of arms of Moravian Serbia.svg Moravian Serbia
Coat of arms of Branković family (small).svg District of Branković
Coat of arms of Kingdom of Bosnia.svg Kingdom of Bosnia
باشچیلار
Sultan بیرینجی مراد 
ایلدیٛریٛم بایزید
Yakub Çelebi Executed
Coat of arms of Moravian Serbia.svg Prince Lazar 
Coat of arms of Branković family (small).svg Vuk Branković
Coat of arms of Kingdom of Bosnia.svg Vlatko Vuković
گۆجلر
~ 27,000–40,000[B] ~ 12,000–30,000[B]
تلفات
Sultan Murad I and most of the troops[۱][۲] Prince Lazar and most of the troops[۱][۲]

گؤرونتولر[دَییشدیر]

  1. ۱٫۰ ۱٫۱ ۱٫۲ ۱٫۳ ۱٫۴ ۱٫۵ Fine 1994, s. 410 شابلون:Quote
  2. ۲٫۰ ۲٫۱ ۲٫۲ ۲٫۳ ۲٫۴ ۲٫۵ Emmert 1990, s. ? شابلون:Quote
  3. ۳٫۰ ۳٫۱ قایناق خطاسی برچسب <ref> نامعتبر؛ متنی برای ارجاع‌های با نام Fine-1994-409-11 وارد نشده‌است
  4. Daniel Waley; Peter Denley (2013). Later Medieval Europe: 1250-1520. Routledge. p. 255. ISBN 978-1-317-89018-8. The outcome of the battle itself was inconclusive. 
  5. Ian Oliver (2005). War and Peace in the Balkans: The Diplomacy of Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia. I.B.Tauris. p. vii. ISBN 978-1-85043-889-2. Losses on both sides were appalling and the outcome inconclusive although the Serbs never fully recovered. 
  6. John Binns (2002). An Introduction to the Christian Orthodox Churches. Cambridge University Press. p. 197. ISBN 978-0-521-66738-8. The battle is remembered as a heroic defeat, but historical evidence suggests an inconclusive draw. 
  7. John K. Cox (2002). The History of Serbia. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 30. ISBN 978-0-313-31290-8. The Ottoman army probably numbered between 30,000 and 40,000. They faced something like 15,000 to 25,000 Eastern Orthodox soldiers. [...] Accounts from the period after the battle depict the engagement at Kosovo as anything from a draw to a Christian victory.