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Journal of Dalmatian archaeology and history, Vol.104 No.1 November 2011. -

Scardona, which most likely attained the status of municipality

during the Flavian era, was the seat of the conventus iuridicus and

the Liburnian provincial imperial cult. Contemporary Skradin has

overlaid Roman Scardona. During construction works on a new

sewage system for the town of Skradin, three Roman milestones

were discovered on the main street, which proves the existence

of a Roman road beneath it. This road led to the crossroads at the

Maraguša site and further to Asseria. The precise location of the

crossing over the Krka River by the Roman road which leads from

Scardona eastward to Rider cannot be precisely ascertained. The

ford over the Krka at Cape Pećine on a section of the medieval

Šibenik-Skradin road may be considered.

Scardona; milestones; Maraguša; Tabula Peutingeriana; Antonine Itinerary

Autor: Ivo Glavaš -



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