Dzino D. Becoming Slav, becoming Croat: new directions in research of identities in late antique and early medieval Illyricum

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Title of the article  Becoming Slav, becoming Croat: new directions in research of identities in late antique and early medieval Illyricum
Authors  Dzino D. -  University of Adelaide (Australia)
In the section  Commentarii / Articles
Year 2008 Issue  2 Pages  37-58
Type of article RAR Index UDK  94(497.5) ?+903(-161.1)+ 94(495).01 Index BBK  
Abstract  The paper deals with the processes of identity constructions in late antique and early medieval Illyricum. The most significant conclusion is that there were two separate processes. The first is the process of acculturation, the indigenous population "becoming Slavs", following the "Slav migrations" of the 6th and 7th century. The second process occurs in the 9th century, after the disintegration of the Anvar qaganate, the foundation of the Byzantine thema Dalmatia and the establishment of the Carolingian empire. The changed political cicumstances initiated a formation of more complex political institutions and new identities, such asthe Croats, developed in post-Roman Illyricum.
Keywords  ethnogenesis of slaves, Balkans, Croatia, archeology of slaves, avarian kaganate
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