Odnos “centra” i “periferije” na primjeru provincije Dalmacije od 454. do 480. godine / Relations between “center” and “periphery” in the case of province Dalmatia from AD 454 to 480.

Authors

  • Fadil Hadžiabdić Association for the Study and Promotion of Illyrian heritage, Ancient and Classical civilizations “BATHINVS”

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54524.2490-3930.2021.217

Keywords:

Marcellinus, Julius Nepos, Dalmatia, Salona, center, periphery, Late Antiquity, the Mediterranean

Abstract

The second half of the 5th century was a period when military-political leaders such as Marcellinus and Julius Nepos with their base in the province of Dalmatia, its center Salona, tried to impose themselves as one of the decisive factors in military-political issues of the central Mediterranean. At the local level, Salona was the center in relation to the rest of the province, and the analysis of the available source material shows that this relationship was not without problems either. The separation of the provinces from the control of the center reached its peak in the Roman Empire in the 5th century, which did not bypass the province of Dalmatia either. The geographical proximity of Italy ultimately in the case of Dalmatia played a role in the center regaining control of the periphery.

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24.12.2021

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Hadžiabdić, F. (2021). Odnos “centra” i “periferije” na primjeru provincije Dalmacije od 454. do 480. godine / Relations between “center” and “periphery” in the case of province Dalmatia from AD 454 to 480. Journal of BATHINVS Association ACTA ILLYRICA / Godišnjak Udruženja BATHINVS ACTA ILLYRICA Online ISSN 2744-1318, (5), 217–229. https://doi.org/10.54524.2490-3930.2021.217

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