Serbia's recent history is marked by its role as the largest part of the state of Yugoslavia. It has the final disintegration of Yugoslavia in 2006 and "sole successor", Federal Republic of Yugoslavia founded in 1992 (from 2003 State Union of Serbia and Montenegro)
First documentaries mention a state of Serbia at 822 by Einhard, the biographer of Charlemagne. At that time the Župan Strojimir, grandson Višeslavs, ruled Serbia. From about 600 the reign of Županen in the territory of Serbia is known. They were tribal leaders, the Serbian government have held up to 1000. After Serbia was devastated by the Hungarians, it fell completely under the rule of Byzantium, which persisted 950-1050. To 1040 Stefan Vojislav Byzantine Archon was designated as Dioklitien region and founded the 1131 permanent domination of Vojisavljević, further was under the government of Byzantium.