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The surroundings of Papuk and Krndija in the Middle Ages: contributions to local history (Part III)
; Hrvatski institut za povijest, Podružnica za povijest Slavonije, Srijema i Baranje
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Str. 87 - 130
In this third and final part of our survey, chronologically ordered sets of data from primary sources are presented for the medieval churches and monasteries situated along the southern slopes of the mountains Papuk and Krndija (i.e. along the northern border of the county of Požega). The following church establishments are comprised by the survey: the late fifteenth-century Franciscan convent in Poljanci (now Poljanska); the fifteenth-century (possibly earlier) convent of the Austin hermits (repopulated by the Franciscans in the later 16th century) in Velika; the early thirteenth-century Cistercian monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kutjevo (Gotó, Honesta Vallis); the late twelfth-century collegiate chapter of Saint Peter in Kaptol (Pozsegaszentpéter); the parish church of Saint Michael in Stražemlje (now Stražeman); the parish church of the Virgin Mary in Velika; and two medieval churches of unknown original function which are not mentioned in medieval written sources: Saint Catharine in Podgorje and Saints Cosmas and Damian in Vetovo (both firstly mentioned in the mid-seventeenth century). The related buildings partly survive in Velika (monastery), Kaptol, Stražeman and Podgorje, while in Poljanska, Velika (parish church), Kutjevo and Vetovo they only left archaeological traces, at best.
Papuk; Krndija; Poljanska; Stražeman; Velika; Kaptol; Podgorje; Vetovo; Kutjevo; Middle Ages; Ottoman period (16th-17th century); Franciscans; Cistercians; church history.
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