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Jump to navigation Jump to search Historia Salonitanorum atque Spalatinorum pontificum or the History of the Bishops of Salona and Split Croatian : Povijest biskupa Salone i Splita , commonly known simply as the Historia Salonitana, is a chronicle by Thomas the Archdeacon from the 13th century which contains significant information about the early history of the Croats.
It was first published by Johannes Lucius. When they saw that the Croatian land would be suitable for habitation because in it there were few Roman colonies, they sought and obtained for their duke The people called Croats Many call them Goths, and likewise Slavs, according to the particular name of those who arrived from Poland and Bohemia.
This account may be considered more similar to that which is found in De Administrando Imperio than the Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja. Both these men died in the mid 7th century, which leaves an estimate of the actual arrival of the Croats to the Adriatic at sometime in the early part of the century.
Review of Croatian History 1 : — Bougard and M. Sot edd.
Thomas the Archdeacon
Cathalogus archiepiscoporum de quibus extat memoria Igitur duces Sclauonie habere ceperunt in magna ueneratione ecclesiam beati Domnii donantes ei predia et possessiones multas, decimas et oblationes corde ylari offerentes. Fuerunt autem in ecclesia Spalatensi archiepiscopi multi, quibus ex priuilegio Salonitane ecclesie omnes episcopi superioris et inferioris Dalmatie obediebant utpote suffraganei ab antiquo. Ipsi autem archiepiscopi non Spalatenses sed Salonitani appellabantur. Postquam autem per predicationem predicti Iohannis ac aliorum presulum Salonitanorum duces Gothorum et Chroatorum ab Arriane hereseos fuerant contagione purgati, preter episcopos Dalmatie in Sclauonia fuerunt alique statute episcopales ecclesie: uidelicet ab oriente fuit episcopus Delmitanus, unde Dalmatia dicta est, ab occidente fuit episcopus Sciscianus, ubi beatus Quirinus martir quondam extitit presul. Denique post Salone interitum in Spalato hos inuenimus antiquiores fuisse antistites: Iustinus archiepiscopus extitit anno incarnationis octingentesimo quadragesimo, Marinus archiepiscopus fuit tempore Caroli regis et Branimiri ducis Sclauonie, Iohannes archiepiscopus fuit anno Domini nongentesimo quartodecimo tempore Tamislaui ducis.
He speaks of his life in the third person and very briefly, in the style of medieval literature genres. Thomas was born in Split at the beginning of the 13th century. It is not known whether he was of noble or common birth, but he represented the elite Roman culture that had survived from before the Slav migration, and he had a negative view of Slavs, often mistakenly conflating them in his chronicle with the Goths. Around he was sent to study at the University of Bologna. There he perfected skills under, among others, Accursius in law, rhetoric, gramathic and notary ars dictandi and ars notaria.
Toma Arhiđakon, Historia Salonitana, Književni krug, Split, 2003.