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Nove spoznaje o nekim ranokršćanskim dijecezama na istočnojadranskim prostorima


Škegro, Ante
Nove spoznaje o nekim ranokršćanskim dijecezama na istočnojadranskim prostorima // Međunarodni naučni skup: Niš i Vizantija XII. / Symposium Niš and Byzantium XII: Constantine, in hoc signo vinces 313-2013 / Rakocija, Miša (ur.).
Niš, Srbija: Grad Niš, Univerzitet u Nišu, Pravoslavna Eparhija niška, Niški kulturni centar, 2014. str. 171-184 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
Nove spoznaje o nekim ranokršćanskim dijecezama na istočnojadranskim prostorima
(New knowledge about certain early Christian dioceses in the eastern Adriatic region)

Autori
Škegro, Ante

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
Međunarodni naučni skup: Niš i Vizantija XII. / Symposium Niš and Byzantium XII: Constantine, in hoc signo vinces 313-2013 / Rakocija, Miša - Niš, Srbija : Grad Niš, Univerzitet u Nišu, Pravoslavna Eparhija niška, Niški kulturni centar, 2014, 171-184

ISBN
978-86-6101-094-1

Skup
Dani sv. cara Konstantina i carice Jelene. Međunarodni naučni skup: Niš i Vizantija XII. / Symposium Niš and Byzantium XII: Constantine, in hoc signo vinces 313-2013

Mjesto i datum
Niš, Srbija, 3-6.06.2013

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Dalmacija; ranokršćanske dijeceze; nove spoznaje
(Dalmatia; Early Christian diocese; new knowledge)

Sažetak
U radu se prezentiraju rezultati istraživanja ranokršćanskih dijeceza na prostorima koji su se nalazili u sastavu nekadašnje rimske provincije Dalmacije. Došlo se do spoznaje da Delminijska biskupija - koja se kroz stručnu literaturu provlači od Danijela Farlatija (1690.-1773.) nije postojala, da su se središta osam dijeceza nalazila u istočnojadranskim urbanim središtima (Salonitanske, Jadertinske, Arbenske, Epitaurske, Kataritanske, Skardonitanske, Senijske i Mukuritanske). Središta triju biskupija bila su u mjestima koja su se nalazila na magistralnoj cesti Akvileja – Konstantinopol u bližem istočnojadranskom zaleđu (Naronitanske, Sarsenterske, Ludrumske). Samo je središte Bestoenske bilo u unutrašnjosti u naselju koje je bilo na magistralnoj cesti Salona – Argentarija

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest

Napomena
The intensive study of sources as well as the results of archaeological and other research throughout the last twenty years have resulted in new knowledge about the Early Christian dioceses in the eastern Adriatic regions, their sees and the jurisdictions of their bishops (Fig. 1). For example, it has come to light that the Delminian diocese (Delminiensis ecclesia), introduced to the scientific literature by Daniele Farlati (1690.-1773.), never even existed. This was in fact presented as a historical fact to Farlati by some Franciscans from the Bosnia Argentina province because of disputes with the Archbishops of Split about jurisdiction over the Duvno diocese, founded at the end of the 13th or beginning of the 14th centuries. The Delminian bishop was identified as one of the administrators of the Papal estates in Dalmatia (rector patrimonii in Dalmatia) at the end of the 6th century, whose see was somewhere in the broad Salonitan area. It has further been established that neither the Mactaritan (ecclesia Mactaritana) nor the Baloien dioceses (ecclesia Baloiensis) existed, mentioned in this form in some codexes of the acts of the Salonitan Metropolitan Councils held in 530 and 533. The Mactaritan diocese reflects a distorted name for the Kotor diocese (ecclesia Catharitana), which has survived from the Roman period to the present, while the Baloie diocese should be considered the bishopric of Rab (ecclesia Arbensis), which existed until 1828, when it was integrated into the diocese of Krk. The question of the Sarnian diocese (ecclesia Sarniensis) has also been solved, whose presbyter Vitalis was the last to sign the acts of the Salonitan Metropolitan Council in 530. This was the bishopric of Senia, whose bishop resided in Senj and in Krk (Curicumu) on the island of the same name depending on the pastoral needs and security conditions. The Slavic possession of the littoral below the Velebit Mountains, along with Vinodol and Lika, left the island part of this diocese, which remained under Byzantine rule, to function independently, and it ultimately received its own bishop, whose see was in Krk (episcopatus Veglensis). In this manner, from one Roman diocese, two bishoprics were created, which have remained to the present. The controversy over the Cesenian diocese (ecclesia Cessensis) was also solved, the see of that bishopric being sought in the Roman settlement at Cissa (Časka) on the island of Pag rather than in the Briuni Islands in Istria.



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Projekt / tema
019-0190610-0591 - Hrvatsko srednjovjekovlje: plemstvo i pučanstvo, vlasti i institucije (Ante Škegro, )

Ustanove
Hrvatski institut za povijest, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Ante Škegro, (206940)