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Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku Principata


Čače, Slobodan
Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku Principata // Miscellanea Adriatica et Mediterranea, 1 (2013), 17-37 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku Principata
(Secus flumen Titium: On boundaries and changes along the River Krka before and at the beginning of Principate)

Autori
Čače, Slobodan

Izvornik
Miscellanea Adriatica et Mediterranea (1849-0670) 1 (2013); 17-37

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Liburni; Delmati; provincija Dalmacija; Skardona; Promona; Varvaria; Burnum; rani Principat; teritorijalni odnosi
(Liburnia; Delmatae; province of Dalmatia; Scardona; Promona; Varvaria; Burnum; Early Principate; territorial relations)

Sažetak
This paper deals with the relationships between autochtonous communities (Scardona, Promona, Varvaria) and the territorial relations in the context of different influences the Romans had in the area along the middle and lower part of the Krka River. It is argued that the thesis on the dominant role of Liburnian Varvaria in the Late pre-Roman period should be abandoned, especially in relation to Scardona, Promona and Burnum. According to the literary and epigraphic sources, Scardona was, even before Augustus, an important Liburnian community. This paper also advocates that, despite Appian's well known citation about it being a Liburnian town, Promona should be considered to belong to the territory of the Delmatae by ethnicity, and attribution to Liburnia should be seen as a Roman defence strategy against the Dematae attacks. The second part of the paper brings about a discussion on the territorial relations that arose from the establishment of the legionary camp in Ivoševci (so called 'Hollow Church' site= and also covers the question of the legal status of prata, i.e. territorium legionis.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski, engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest, Arheologija



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Projekt / tema
269-2690754-3143 - Liburni i Delmati u 4.-1. st. pr. Kr. (Slobodan Čače, )
269-2690754-0763 - Rimskodobne elite u Histriji i Dalmaciji (Anamarija Kurilić, )

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Čače, Slobodan
Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku Principata // Miscellanea Adriatica et Mediterranea, 1 (2013), 17-37 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)
Čače, S. (2013) Secus flumen Titium: o razgraničenjima i promjenama oko rijeke Krke prije i na početku Principata. Miscellanea Adriatica et Mediterranea, 1, 17-37.
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