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Provincia Iadrensis: Heir of Roman Dalmatia or a Stillborn Child of Byzantine Early Medieval Adriatic Policy?


Vedriš, Trpimir
Provincia Iadrensis: Heir of Roman Dalmatia or a Stillborn Child of Byzantine Early Medieval Adriatic Policy? // Byzantium, Venice and the Medieval Adriatic: Spheres of Maritime Power and Influence, c. 700-1453 / Skoblar, Magdalena (ur.).
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. str. 133-172 doi:10.1017/9781108886987.009


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Naslov
Provincia Iadrensis: Heir of Roman Dalmatia or a Stillborn Child of Byzantine Early Medieval Adriatic Policy?

Autori
Vedriš, Trpimir

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Byzantium, Venice and the Medieval Adriatic: Spheres of Maritime Power and Influence, c. 700-1453

Urednik/ci
Skoblar, Magdalena

Izdavač
Cambridge University Press

Grad
Cambridge

Godina
2021

Raspon stranica
133-172

ISBN
9781108886987

Ključne riječi
Early Middle Ages, Adriatic, Dalmatia, Byzantine administration, thema, Zadar

Sažetak
Early medieval Zadar is the focus of this case study which explores the interaction between international and local factors which contributed to Zadar becoming a capital of a Byzantine province in the late eighth and the ninth century. The chapter examines the local impact of the renovation of Byzantine administration in that period and the relationship between this development and the local Church. Bishops of Zadar tried to use a favourable moment in such a political context to claim the title of archbishops. The study also looks at the interaction between Zadar and its hinterland, populated by Croats, and the new religious centres that served them. Zadar survived the collapse of post-Roman Dalmatia and this Late Antique civitas became an early medieval provincia loosely dependent on the imperial administrative system.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest



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Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

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Vedriš, Trpimir
Provincia Iadrensis: Heir of Roman Dalmatia or a Stillborn Child of Byzantine Early Medieval Adriatic Policy? // Byzantium, Venice and the Medieval Adriatic: Spheres of Maritime Power and Influence, c. 700-1453 / Skoblar, Magdalena (ur.).
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021. str. 133-172 doi:10.1017/9781108886987.009
Vedriš, T. (2021) Provincia Iadrensis: Heir of Roman Dalmatia or a Stillborn Child of Byzantine Early Medieval Adriatic Policy?. U: Skoblar, M. (ur.) Byzantium, Venice and the Medieval Adriatic: Spheres of Maritime Power and Influence, c. 700-1453. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, str. 133-172 doi:10.1017/9781108886987.009.
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