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A contribution to understanding the early Christian church at the Bičina site in Polača

Nikolina Uroda orcid id ; Muzej hrvatskih arheoloških spomenika

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str. 241-254

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Puni tekst: engleski pdf 851 Kb

str. 241-254

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The article contains an examination of the Early Christian
church at the Bičina site in Polača, which was researched in
1898 and 1913. The excavations conducted in 1913 were
entrusted to Fr. Kažimir Perković, a priest from Polača, by
Fr. Luka Jelić. The ground plan of the church and sketches
of the fragments of discovered church furnishings, made in
1914 and held in the Maps Archive of the Conservation Department
in Split, are presented. They were made by the Zadar
conservator Tamino at the behest of Fr. Jelić. The ground
plan is compared with the one made in 1971, which Boris
Ilkovac published, using the sketches and letters of Kažimir
Perković from the Luka Jelić Archives in the Archaeological
Museum in Split. The sketches of pieces of church furnishings
are compared with the items found at the same site,
today held in the Local Heritage Museum in Biograd.

Ključne riječi

Polača, Bičina, Early Christianity, church, Tamino, Luka Jelić

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