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Hodidjed

Summary
Hodidjed is a ruined medieval fort near Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Hodidjed was the only known fortification in the area of Vrhbosna župa in the High Middle Ages. The fort, located at Han Bulog east of Sarajevo, was first taken by the Ottoman Empire between 1428 and 1430, then retaken by Matko Talovac in 1434, and then taken again by Barak Isaković in 1435. Han Bulog is located at Bulozi, Stari Grad. History Hodidjed is first mentioned in historical documents in 1428, after being conquered by the Ottoman empire. It was briefly recaptured by a Croatian Ban Matko Talovac, but in 1435 it was conquered by Isa Bey Isaković and fell to the Ottomans again. According to an Ottoman document dating from 1455. Hodidjed had a dizdar (a gatekeeper of the fort) and a garrison of 23 soldiers. The settlement near Hodidjed by the name of Bulagaj was registered as a village. It is presumed that that village perished in a fire started by king Tomaš in 1459, upon his unsuccessful atte
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