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Perislav Petrić ; Split

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The author’s researches into the toponyms of Split cover the period of the Venetian rule (1420 - 1797). Among the numerous cited documents are excerpts from manuscripts and katasticha until 1793, which the Split archives have in keeping (archiepiscopal, capitulary, municipal, monastic and fraternal).
At that period in the toponyms of Split the appearance and dissappearance of the toponyms could be followed for this was conditioned by the vicinity of the Turks. This situation resulted in fortifying and walling in the city. These toponyms are mostly of Croatian origin, and the inherited ones are, as a rule, Croatinized. The largest number of toponyms have been preserved in their unchanged form until today.

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