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Episcopus Cessensis and the Castellum in Madona Bay on the Brioni Islands, Croatia


Begović, Vlasta; Dvoržak Schrunk, Ivančica
Episcopus Cessensis and the Castellum in Madona Bay on the Brioni Islands, Croatia // Acta XV Congressus internationalis archaeologiae Christianae: Episcopu, civitas, territorium / Brandt, Olof ; Cresci, Silvia ; Lopez Quiroga, Jorge ; Pappalardo, Carmelo (ur.).
Rim: Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, 2013. str. 961-972


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Naslov
Episcopus Cessensis and the Castellum in Madona Bay on the Brioni Islands, Croatia

Autori
Begović, Vlasta ; Dvoržak Schrunk, Ivančica

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Acta XV Congressus internationalis archaeologiae Christianae: Episcopu, civitas, territorium

Urednik/ci
Brandt, Olof ; Cresci, Silvia ; Lopez Quiroga, Jorge ; Pappalardo, Carmelo

Izdavač
Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana

Grad
Rim

Godina
2013

Raspon stranica
961-972

ISBN
978-88-85991-58-3

Ključne riječi
Byzantine period, 6th and 7th century, castellum, Episcopus Cessensis, Brioni islands, Histria

Sažetak
The available archaeological evidence to date strongly indicates that the church of St. Mary on the Brioni islands in Istria(Roman Istria) was for a period of time the episocopal church of the bishops Vindemius(6thc.) and Ursinus(7th c.), named in historical sources as episcopus Cessensis and Cesensis respectively. M. Suić argued that the name Cessensis derived from the toponym Cissa Pullaria, given for the Brioni islands by Pliny the Elder in his description of the Adriatic islands(Plin., Nat.3, 151). The same toponymic designation features in the 5th c. Notitia Dignitatum, where it is used for the baphium cissense, the imperial fullonica for Venetia and Histria, which Suić also locates on the Brioni islands. The fifth and sixth centuries in Histria should be seen in the light of major geopolitical and cultural changes in the Mediterranean. That was the time of intensive militarization of the Adriatic region and consequently of restructuring and fortification of the coastal and islad settlements. Power, practical and spiritual, shifted to Christian authorities, and the surge in church building was a consequence. On Brioni the civic and ecclestic innovations centered on Madona bay, a large and protected bay with an agglomerated settlement, which grew around a villa rustica and recieved fortifications in Late Antiquity.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Projekt / tema
197-1970685-0682 - Antička arheološka topografija Hrvatske (Vlasta Begović, )

Ustanove
Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Begović, Vlasta; Dvoržak Schrunk, Ivančica
Episcopus Cessensis and the Castellum in Madona Bay on the Brioni Islands, Croatia // Acta XV Congressus internationalis archaeologiae Christianae: Episcopu, civitas, territorium / Brandt, Olof ; Cresci, Silvia ; Lopez Quiroga, Jorge ; Pappalardo, Carmelo (ur.).
Rim: Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, 2013. str. 961-972
Begović, V. & Dvoržak Schrunk, I. (2013) Episcopus Cessensis and the Castellum in Madona Bay on the Brioni Islands, Croatia. U: Brandt, O., Cresci, S., Lopez Quiroga, J. & Pappalardo, C. (ur.) Acta XV Congressus internationalis archaeologiae Christianae: Episcopu, civitas, territorium. Rim, Pontificio Istituto di Archeologia Cristiana, str. 961-972.
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