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King relief. A Croatian king relief, now in the baptistry of Sv. Duje cathedral in Split, XI century.

A Croatian king relief, now in the baptistry of Sv. Duje cathedral in Split, XI century.

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Dated to the 12th century from the city of Zadar, including scenes of the daily life and organization of the Croatian courts and assemblies. See the single headed eagle top left

Dated to the century from the city of Zadar, including scenes of the daily life and organization of the Croatian courts and assemblies. See the single headed eagle top left

Pre-Romanesque sculpture is choir screen panel from the Church of St. Domenica (Sv. Nediljica) in Zadar. Dated to the 11th century,

Pre-Romanesque sculpture is choir screen panel from the Church of St. Nediljica) in Zadar. Dated to the century,

Split - parts of Roman acqueduct still remain in Split-Solin area and are still in use (Croatia)

Split - parts of Roman acqueduct still remain in Split-Solin area and are still in use (Croatia)

Croatianicity: Ivan Meštrović - World Renown Sculptor and Croatian Michelangelo

Croatianicity: Ivan Meštrović - World Renown Sculptor and Croatian Michelangelo

Baška tablet is one of the first monuments containing an inscription in the Croatian language, dating from the year 1100. The inscription is written in the Glagolitic script, exhibiting features of Church Slavonic of Croatian recension, such as writing (j)u for (j)ǫ, e for ę, i for y, and using one jer only (ъ). It provides the only example of transition from Glagolitic of the rounded Macedonian type to the angular Croatian alphabet.

Baška tablet is one of the first monuments containing an inscription in the Croatian language, dating from the year The tablet was discovered by scholars in 1851 in the paving of the Church of St. Lucy, Jurandvor near Baška on the island of Krk.

Croatian coat of arms ---Petar Preradović (1818--1872.): Ljubi rode jezik preko svega. U njem živi, umiri za njega.!!! This link is awesome!

Croatian coat of arms ---Petar Preradović Ljubi rode jezik preko…

Baptismal font of the Croatian Duke Višeslav who ruled from 785-802. Currently on display at the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments in Split.

Baptismal font of the Croatian Duke Višeslav who ruled from Currently on display at the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments in Split.

Nijemo kolo | Ivo Pervan (Croatia Tourist Board)

Croatian Culture TZ Nijemo Kolo, silent circle dance of the Dalmatian hinterland - Travel Croatia

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Croatianicity: Examples Of Middle Ages Croatian Knotted Interlace In Stone (Pleter, Troplet, Wattle...)

Croatianicity: Examples Of Middle Ages Croatian Knotted Interlace In Stone (Pleter, Troplet, Wattle.

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