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Lumbarda Psephisma, the Oldest Document about the Division of Land Parcels in Croatia from the Beginning of the 4th or 3rd Century BC

Miljenko Solarić ; Geodetski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Nikola Solarić ; Geodetski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 541 Kb

str. 79-88

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Puni tekst: engleski pdf 541 Kb

str. 78-88

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The geographic position, climate and history
of the island of Korčula are described in the introduction.
The island was settled from the early Stone,
Bronze and Iron Age. Illyrians, Greeks and Romans
settled the island. The Greeks of Knidos established
a settlement on the western part of the island, and the
Greeks of Issa (today’s Vis) established a settlement on
the eastern part of the island, probably near the place
of today’s Lumbarda. The Lumbarda Psephisma was
discovered on the neighbouring hill Koludrt near Lumbarda.
The stone indicates the conclusion of the assembly
to establish and distribute land parcels to colonists.
The contract was made between the Greeks of
Issa (Vis) and the domestic Illyrians at the beginning
of the 4th or 3rd century BC. The Lumbarda Psephisma
is written in Greek. This is one of the oldest written
monuments in Croatia. At the same time, it is a monument
about the distribution of land to the Greek colonists
in Croatia. It is therefore also very significant to
Croatian geodesists and jurists.

Ključne riječi

Psephisma; island Korčula; Lumbarda; Greeks; Issa; Lumbarda Psephisma; distribution of land parcels; owner; geodesists; jurists

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