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Peristil : zbornik radova za povijest umjetnosti, Vol.51 No.1 December 2008. -

The objective of this paper is to provide initial evidence for the pre-Christian, Early Slavic startum of cultural landscape in the

area of the medieval Slavonia. Following upon the research of Croatian linguists Katičić and ethnologists V. Belaj the author

proposes several sites in the landscape of Northwestern Croatia which, in his opinion, go back to pre-Christian times. First of all,

those are the Trema area near Križevci, with the churches of Sv. Juraj in Đurđic and Sv. Julijana in Trema, the site of Đurđička-

Rudina near Daruvar, and Pogano St. Peter at the Western Papuk. The paper also discusses the methodology involved in a study

of cultural landscape which is defined as history, myth, and art, the last component being the proper field for art historical research,

and of an utmost importance for the contemporary planning within historical environments.

Croatia; Slavonia; Slavic Art; Cultural Landscape; the Slavs; Trema; Đurđic; Đurđička; Pogano St. Peter; Early Middle Age



Author: Vladimir P. Goss - ; University of Rijeka, Faculty of Arts and Science

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