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Various examples of Croatian stone pleter designs from the early 9th

Various examples of Croatian stone pleter designs from the early 9th

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Various examples of Croatian stone pleter designs from the early 9th to 12th century. Many

Various examples of Croatian stone pleter designs from the early 9th to 12th century.

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Swords from medieval Croatia

Croatianicity: Examples Of Middle Ages Croatian Knotted Interlace In Stone ( Pleter, Troplet, Wattle.

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Croatianicity: Examples Of Middle Ages Croatian Knotted Interlace In Stone ( Pleter, Troplet,

Fragment of an early Croatian stone pluteum from the church of St. Nicholas in Prijeko, Dubrovnik, 11th century. This design was incorporated into the ...

Croatian military equipment of IX century, bucket for water, pan, combat knife and

Konavle region a very old remain of Croatian glagolitic inscription on the marble plate was discovered in 1990's (Konvale Glagolitic fragment), ...

Detail St Nicolas (Sv. Nikola grčki) / Lopud Croatia / The remains of the old Croatian culture / pre-Romanesque chapel 9th - 10th.century #croatia # ...

Just a few Croatian chequy symbology examples from the 9th to 16th century.

Croatianicity: Examples Of Middle Ages Croatian Knotted Interlace In Stone ( Pleter, Troplet,

A better look of the same older checkered stonework at the Croatian location of Baška. It was applied to the corner lastly, after the building was fully ...

The origins of the Croatian name are Iranian. The earliest mention of the Croatian name as Horovathos can be traced on two stone inscriptions in Greek ...

Betrothal of the Croatian King Zvonimir by Celestin Medović.

Carved stone remains from the Croatian coastal town of Solin near Split, dated to between the 9th-10th century. Chequy design in stone and with ornamental ...

Porec's Euphrasian Basilica mosaic detail

Probably the greatest achievement of Croatian Pre-Romanesque sculpture is choir screen panel from the Church of St. Domenica (Sv. Nediljica) in Zadar, ...

... Krk and Istrian peninsula respectively, all from 10th century according to dr. Cuncic), and also on some other oldest Croatian Glagolitic monuments.

As is well known, many important monuments of pre-Romanesque Croatian art have been found in the region of Knin which used to be the residence of Croatian ...

The origins of the Croatian name are Iranian. The earliest mention of the Croatian name as Horovathos can be traced on two stone inscriptions in Greek ...

Sculpting Tomorrow's Artisans: The Stonemason School in Pučišća, Croatia – Travels with Tricia

... seeking the ideal Croatian city break by the sea, complete with history, architecture, great food and wine, here's why you need Zadar on your list.

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(ie: How different versions of Hrvatska/Croatia were written in different languages and why). In the early 9th ...

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During the solemn divine service in St. Peter's church in Rome in 879, Pope John VIII gave his blessing to the prince and the whole Croatian ...

The Croatian lands between the Franks and Byzantium during the reign of Frankish king Charlemagne, circa 814. In the early 9th century, the powerful ...

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Pacta Conventa, is a historical document by which Croatia agreed to enter a personal union with Hungary. Although the validity of the document itself is ...

Architecture of Croatia

Croatian ban Nikola Šubić Zrinski is honored as a national hero both in Croatia and in Hungary for his defense of Szigetvár against the invading Ottoman ...

Church of St Donatus, Zadar, 9th century. Vierw of eastern side where, instead of massive piers on the ground floor and gallery, double columns frame the ...

Church of St Donatus, Zadar, 9th century. The largest Pre-romanesque building in Croatia, it is also one of the most impressive churches of centralised type ...

The wall of the north of the palace of Diocletian to Split. Click to enlarge

Best Places to Visit in Croatia: Krapanj Island, Šibenik

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The Croatian State Archives in Zagreb (formerly the National University Library), designed by Rudolf Lubynski, the finest example of Secessionist ...

Short Shrift

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Merovich, Marcomir, Clodomir, Merovingians, Early Croatian Rulers & Coats Of Arms

Kingdom of Croatia 925–1102[edit]

Michael Skrnich (1887-1968) was born December 31, 1887 at Milna, Brac, Croatia. He married Antonia Kuljis (1890-1960), also a native of Milna, Brac.

Veliki Tabor, a fortified castle in Croatian Zagorje, built during the 15th and 16th centuries, with four wide Renaissance semicircular towers, ...

Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Deterioration and Conservation of Stone - 1st Edition -

The Gold Gate of the Palace of Diocletian to Split. Click to enlarge the image ...

The earliest Princes and Kings we know of lived in the 9th and the 10th century (see a figure of an unknown Croatian Dignitary). The strongest among them ...

Croatian Embassy in Canberra, Australia

Reconstitution of the Palace of Diocletian by Ernest Hébrard. Click to enlarge the image.

A ring (pictured) made over 1,000 years ago has confirmed contact between the Vikings

Croatian designer (b. 1988) of the geometric art deco typeface Retrocircular (2011), the techno typeface ...

Early Middle Ages[edit]

For a more detailed information about various translations throughout the world of books for children by Ivana Brlić Mažuranić see Villa Ruzic in Rijeka and ...

The ...

Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb (HNK)

Before the official organization and forming of the early Croatian duchies and realms in the early 9th century, (Seen above in blue at the beginning of the ...

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Oton Gliha, Gromace, Oil on Canvas, 1975

Renaissance star-shaped fortress in Karlovac (designed in 1579)

Early Christian art[edit]

Peter Zrinyi and Ferenc Frangepán in the Wiener-Neustadt Prison by Viktor Madarász.

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... Bulic (1846-1936), an outstanding archeologist, is an inscription in the Latin language from the sarcophagus of Croatian Queen Jelena (10th century).

Sponza Palace, Dubrovnik

20th century[edit]

Peter D. Misko Sr. and Katie Misko-Biloxi Cemetery [image made August 2012]

Hotel Adriatic

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12-Day Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic Best of Eastern Europe Tour from Frankfurt

Graphic and interior designer in Zagreb, Croatia.

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Image right: Rossa (The Red Sail), 9th Floor, Scampia, Naples. Anna, nine years old.Valerio Spada

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Croatian students studied at many European Universities, starting from the Early Middle Ages. For example, Herman Dalmatin (1110-1154) was our first student ...

... Under A Croatian Sun

Exceptionally fine brooches and clasps with inset stones of gems and faïence (a sort of glass paste which could be dyed different colours to represent ...

Ephesus, Terrace House 2: a room in residential unit 3, with fresco paintings depicting the Nine Muses, Sappho and Apollo.

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The arrival in Zagreb of Vlaho Bukovac (1855–1922) in 1893, who had studied in Paris, had a definitive significance for Croatian painting; ...

She made the devilish blackletter typeface Black Widow ...