Royal and Judge's seat of Queen Helen of BosniaYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Royal and judge’s seat of Queen Helen of Bosnia, who is depicted on its side.
Helen (Bosnian: Jelena/Јелена; c. 1345 – after 18 March 1399), ruled the Kingdom of Bosnia from September 1395 until late April or early May 1398. She was queen consort as the wife of King Dabiša, and was chosen by the stanak to rule after his death. Whether she was a regent who ruled during an interregnum or a queen regnant is disputed, but in any case the real power was held by magnates of the kingdom. Her rule ended with the election of King Ostoja. She remains the only female head of state in the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Data were collected as part of a joint research project between GDH and the Association for the Digitization and Informatisation of Cultural Heritage (DIGI.BA) in Sarajevo, in full collaboration with the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo. Model was created from 534 images from a Canon 5D mk IV. All data were processed in Reality Capture.