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Dardapara (Greek : Δαρδάπαρα [1] ) was two Thracian [2] localities in the Dardania-Remesiana regions (Moesia), present Serbia. [3]

Greek language Language spoken in Greece, Cyprus and Southern Albania

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Dardani

The Dardani, or Dardanians (Δαρδανίωνες) were an Indo-European tribe which settled in the region that took its name from them of Dardania, at the Thraco-Illyrian contact zone. Their identification as either an Illyrian or Thracian tribe is uncertain. They and their territory were by most writers not considered part of Illyria.

Remesiana

Remesiana was an ancient Roman city and former bishopric, which remains an Eastern Orthodox and also a Latin Catholic titular see, located around and under the modern city of Bela Palanka in Serbia.

Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I (r. 527-565) rebuilt Dardapara. [4]

Justinian I Eastern Roman emperor who ruled from 527 to 565

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A Dardapara has been connected with Grdelica, in Leskovac, southern Serbia. [5]

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Serbia Republic in Southeastern Europe

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References

    • Procopii Caesariensis opera omnia. Edited by J. Haury; revised by G. Wirth. 3 vols. Leipzig: Teubner, 1976-64. Greek text.
  1. Vladimir Georgiev (Gheorghiev), Raporturile dintre limbile dacă, tracă şi frigiană, "Studii Clasice" Journal, II, 1960, 39-58.
  2. Proc. Aed. 120,27-123,39 "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-01-03. Retrieved 2009-01-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. Of the Buildings of Justinian
  4. Balkansko ezikoznanie