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Podravina : scientific multidisciplinary research journal, Vol.1 No.1 June 2002. -

This text sheds a new light on the origin of Latin humanist and poet from medieval Slavonia. Most authors so far agreed on the birthplace of Ianus Pannonius being Cesmica nearby Cazma. However, some historians believe he was either born in the village ofKesinci, near Djakovo, or in now non-existing settlement Kestenci, nearby the village Aljmas of today, at River Drava intake into Danube Rivedr. Most recent theories link Janus Pannonius to the now-gone settlement Sredna of the then Krizevci county. However, the author here offers some new solutions to this issue. The new theory of this author is, that the famous humanist, poet governor and bishop Ianus Pannonius actually originated drom the village Komarnica in Podravina region. The text provides research on two men, Mihael Vitez and Ivan Vitezic, presumably the brothers of Ianus Pannonius. The research comes up with a logical proposition, that Ianus Pannonius be given another Croatian name along with Ivan Cesmicki- namely, Ivan Komarnicki ie, of Komarnica. The entire parentage or family name should, therefore, be Vitez Cesmicki meaning, peers of Cesmica. Due to relatively small number of historical resources and their ambiguity, the author, open for criticism of his arguments and hypotheses, invites further review of his theory.

origin; poet Ianus Pannonius; village Komarnica; family Vitez peers; hypothesis

Autor: Hrvoje Petrić - ; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/


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