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Adriatic Adriatic coast Albanian already ancient antiquities Antonine appears Aqueduct Asamo bishop Bocche di Cattaro Bosnia Bosnien Byzantine Canali century Cettina Christian coast-cities coins connexion Constantine Constantine Porphyrogenitus course Croatia Dalmatian Dalmatian city Delminium Dioclea discovered distance district Drina Duvno engraved Epitaurian Epitaurum existing Farlati fragments Gacko Gardun gems Gorazda Greek Herzegovina Hoernes Illyrian Illyricum Illyro-Roman inhabitants inland interior Itinerary Jirecek King Knin known later Latin mediaeval mentioned miles distant Mithra Mithraic Mokro Mokro Polje Mommsen mountain Mrcine Municipium Narenta Narona Narona—Scodra native neighbourhood observed Old Serbian plain of Niksid Porphyrogenitus present Prevlaka probably Ragusa Vecchia Ravenna Rhizon Risano Risinium river rock Roman city Roman inscriptions Roman remains Roman road Roman station route Salonae Scodra seen seqq Serbian side Siscia Slavonic Spalato spot Stagno Stolac stronghold Tabula Tabula Peutingeriana Torontal town traces Trebinje Udbina Unnac valley village Vlach walls Zizio
Page 85 - the Dioclitian sea," to the Adriatic itself. The additional " i " of the later form of the name, Dioclea, is said to have been due to an endeavour to justify its etymological connexion with the name of Diocletian. But the alternative name Dioclea appears too early to justify such an artificial origin. The authority for Diocletian's birth at Dioclea is the almost contemporary Aurelius Victor, whose statement on this head is clear: " Diocletianus Dalmata, Anulini Senatoris libertinus, matre pariter...
Page 21 - Et magnum est hoc spectare per totum orbem terrarnm victum Leonem sanguine Agni . . . ergo nescio quid simile imitatus est quidam Spiritus ut sanguine simulacrum suum emi vellet quia noverat pretioso sanguine quandocumque redimendum esse genus humanum." The Spiritus quidam is Mithra, as appears from the succeeding paragraph, in which the Christian Father alludes to the honey mixed with the sacramental water of the Persian rite : King's Antiquarian Researclies in Illyricvm.
Page 41 - Iaeva sonipes (c)ui surgit in auras Altera dum letum librat ab aure manus. Talem te Consul jam designatus in ista Sede local venerans ille tuus yy — Notus Gradivo belli vetus ac tibi Caesar Marce, in primore clarus ubique acie.
Page 27 - Epitauritane ecclesie. Constituimus te omnibus diebus vite tue esse pastorem te et successores tuos super istam provinciam.