Becoming Slav, Becoming Croat: Identity Transformations in Post-Roman and Early Medieval Dalmatia
BRILL, 2010 - Broj stranica: 271
Late antique identities from the Western Balkans were transformed into new, Slavic identities after c. 600 AD. It was a process that is still having continuous impact on the discursive constructions of ethnic and regional identities in the area. Building on the new ways of reading and studying available sources from late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, the book explores the appearance of the Croats in early medieval Dalmatia (the southern parts of modern-day Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina). The appearance of the early medieval Croat identity is seen as a part of the wider process of identity-transformations in post-Roman Europe, the ultimate result of the identity-negotiation between the descendants of the late antique population and the immigrant groups.
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1 Croat Origins in the Croatian Imagination
2 Theoretical Framework and the Scholarship
3 Identities Before the Slavs
A Very Brief Overview
5 Written Sources on the Slav Migration in the 6th and 7th centuries in Western Illyricum and Dalmatia
7th and 8th Century in PostRoman Dalmatia I Cemeteries
7th and 8th Century in PostRoman Dalmatia II Becoming Slavs
9th century Adriatic Ančić appearance archaeological argued Avar Avar qaganate Balkan Bosnia Budak burials Byzantine Carolingian Christianity churches coast coastal Constantine construction context cremation Croat arrival Croat migration Croatian cultural habitus Curta Dalmatian cities Dalmatian hinterland dated Diocleas discourse earlier early medieval Dalmatia Eastern Roman elite emperor Empire ethnic evidence existing fall of Salona framework Frankish Goldstein 1992 grave-goods graves Guduscani Heraclius Herzegovina historical Iader ideological Illyrian Illyricum indigenous population inhumations Istria Jurić Katičić Klaić Knin Langobards Late Antiquity later Latin Liburnia Lika Margetić mentioned metanarrative Miletić Milošević Mislav Mužić narrative Old-Croat origo gentis Ostrogothic pagan Pannonia perception period Petrinec Pohl political polje post-Roman Dalmatia pottery Rački Rapanić Ravni Kotari recent region row-grave cemeteries Salona Salonitan scholarly scholarship Sclavenes Serbs settlement showed significant Šišić Slav migrations Slavic language social Sokol South Slavs Spalatum tion Tomislavgrad Trpimir Vinski written sources Zadar Živković županijas