Prehistory and Antique History of Kosova

Show simple item record Shukriu, Edi 2017-02-10T09:34:29Z 2017-02-10T09:34:29Z 2008
dc.identifier.issn 1848-4298
dc.description.abstract The territory of Kosova has offered considerable archeological material, which, combined with the facts of written ancient sources, makes it possible to conclude that its first known inhabitants were the Illyrians. (Herod Historiae IV 49), consequently the Dardanians, created by the interlacement of Indo-European Neolithic substrate and Eneolithic adstrate. The complete formation of Dardanians took place during the Iron Age (1200-400), when the Dardanians created their compact territory and named their country Dardania. Kosova constituted the central territory of Dardania, which stretched out on the area between the rivers Vardar, Drini, Morava and Timok.1 Preurban Dardanian development of the VI-IV centuries gave rise to the creation of the Dardanian state and along with it also to the Dardanian identity, which was maintained until the Byzantine period. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher Kolegji AAB en_US
dc.rights info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
dc.subject territory of Kosova en_US
dc.subject archeological material en_US
dc.subject neolithic substrate en_US
dc.subject eneolithic adstrate en_US
dc.subject Dardanians en_US
dc.subject Iron Age en_US
dc.subject the rivers Vardar en_US
dc.subject Drini en_US
dc.subject Morava en_US
dc.subject Timok en_US
dc.subject Dardanian identity en_US
dc.subject Roman period en_US
dc.subject Dardanian labyrinth en_US
dc.subject Early Christianity en_US
dc.subject Indo-Eeuropean migrations en_US
dc.subject Dardanian state en_US
dc.subject tumular necropolises of Kosova en_US
dc.title Prehistory and Antique History of Kosova en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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