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  City of Belgrade - Ancient Period
In that period, Singidunum was the center of the Christian diocese.
Between Singidunum and Taurunum, there was a bridge over the Sava, which connected the two towns and which was a part of one of the most important Roman roads.
Thus, Singidunum became an important crossroad for the Roman provinces of Moesia, Dacia, Pannonia and Dalmatia.
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 Singidunum at AllExperts
Singidunum was an ancient Roman city, first settled by the Scordisci in the 3rd century B.C., and later garrisoned and fortified by the Romans who romanized the name.
Singidunum and Moesia experienced a peaceful period, but that was not to last, due to the growing turmoil not only from outside the Roman Empire, but also from within.
Singidunum found itself once again on the limes of the fading Empire, one of the last major strongholds to survive mounting danger from the invading barbarian tribes.
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 Singidunum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Singidunum reached its height with the arrival of Legio IV Flavia Felix in 86 AD.
Singidunum later outgrew this status and became a full-fledged colony.
Around 630, the Slavs settled in the area and in Singidunum.
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 Singidunum information - Search.com
Singidunum reached its height with the arrival of Legio IV Flavia Felix in 86 A.D. The legion set up as a square-shaped castrum (fort), which occupied Upper Town of today's Kalemegdan.
In 395 A.D., upon the death of Theodosius I, the Roman Empire was split into two, with Singidunum lying on the northwestern border of the Eastern Roman Empire (later to become the Byzantine Empire).
Byzantine emperor Justinian I rebuilt Singidunum in 535 A.D., restoring the fortress and city to its former military importance.
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 City of Beograd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
nitially, Singidunum was in the Province of Moesia, and when this province was divided during the reign of Emperor Domitian (81-96 A.D.), it became a part of Upper Moesia as an important component of the system of defence of the Empire's north-eastern frontiers.
The Hun state was based in the plains north of Singidunum and the Huns took the town in 441 A.D., when they pilfered it thoroughly and then razed it to the ground.
Singidunum probably already had its Slav name then, since its surroundings were inhabited by the Slavs by Emperor Iracleus' permission.
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 Belgrade and Smederevo
As the ancient Singidunum, however, it was an episcopal see in the fourth century, but gradually declined during the invasions of the barbarian Slavs.
It was added that these two sees (ancient Alba Graeca and Singidunum respectively) were suffragans of the metropolitan See of Antivari, and that the nomination to them resided in the Emperor of Austria, "but as they are held by the infidels, their actual state is passed over in silence".
For many years the title was given to the auxiliary of an Hungarian bishop (at present to the auxiliary of the Archbishop of Zagrab) who was bound to reside with his superior.
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 Chapter Troubles In Persia. of History of The Decline And Fall of The Roman Empire by Gibbon
The plains of the Lower Hungary were covered with the Avar horse and a fleet of large boats was built in the Hercynian wood, to descend the Danube, and to transport into the Save the materials of a bridge.
But as the strong garrison of Singidunum, which commanded the conflux of the two rivers, might have stopped their passage and baffled his designs, he dispelled their apprehensions by a solemn oath that his views were not hostile to the empire.
Singidunum, at the distance of fifty miles, experienced a more cruel fate: the buildings were razed, and the vanquished people was condemned to servitude and exile.
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 Singidunum
Around 600 B.C. the Thracian-Cimmerian and Scythian tribes moved across this area, while the Celtic tribes crossed this territory in the III century B.C. The founding of Singidunum is attributed to the Celtic tribe, the Scordisci.
Singidunum was most prosperous in 86 A.D., when the Fourth Legion of Flavius arrived.
During its development, Singidunum outgrew its status of a "municipium" and become a colony of the Roman citizens.
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 Singidunum - Wikipédia
Singidunum fut une ville romaine, c’est aujourd’hui la ville de Belgrade en Serbie.
Singidunum devient une colonie romaine en Mésie supérieure sous les Flaviens.
 siècle, les Gépides s’étendent en Mésie et prennent Singidunum, faisant fuir les populations romanisées.
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 Officers :: Singidunum - Serbian Students & Scholars Society :: Washington Univ. in St. Louis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
I became a member of Singidunum in April and its Treasurer in December 2004.
I became a member of Singidunum in April of 2004 and a member of its executive committee in January 2005.
I became a member of Singidunum in April 2004 and am very excited to be able to be a part of such a wonderful organization.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Belgrade and Smederevo
As the ancient Singidunum, however, it was an episcopal see in the fourth century, but gradually declined during the invasions of the barbarian Slavs.
It was added that these two sees (ancient Alba Graeca and Singidunum respectively) were suffragans of the metropolitan See of Antivari, and that the nomination to them resided in the Emperor of Austria, "but as they are held by the infidels, their actual state is passed over in silence".
For many years the title was given to the auxiliary of an Hungarian bishop (at present to the auxiliary of the Archbishop of Zagrab) who was bound to reside with his superior.
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 TOB - Belgrade Centuries
Two big rivers - the Danube and the Sava, the fertile plain and a rich hinterland, a natural crossroad of river and land trails were a temptation for all peoples that roamed the region in ancient times.
With the division of the Roman Empire in 395, Singidunum passed over to the Eastern Empire, i.e.
Favored by the weaknesses in the defense of the Byzantine border, Slavs started frequently crossing the Danube in the 6th century and gradually settled in the area.
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 Belgrade fortress in the fall | serbianna.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Kalemegdan or the fortress is the ancient city of Singidunum, today's Belgrade.
Singidunum was found by a Celtic tribe called Scordisci in the 3rd century BC and later became a Roman military outpost.
Byzantine Emperor Justinian I rebuilt the Fortress around 535 and in 12th century it became part of the Serbian state.
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 Eastern Unorthodox - Uncyclopedia
During his early service as a Patriarch of Mesia Inferior in Singidunum, Zacharius was noted for his unorthodox approach to faith.
During the First Council of Nicaea in 325AD the Patriarchs refused the Zacharius' ultimatum to adopt his unorthodox approach to Christianity or he will leave, so he unceremoniously left, threatening revenge on them all.
Zacharius returned home to Singidunum, but he was not happily greeted by his flock.
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The first settlement was called Singidunum and is attributed to the Celtic tribe of Skordiscs.
In the 1st century the Roman Singidunum was the headquarters of two legions, the 4th Scythian and the 5th Macedonian.
During the reign of Diocletian, Christians were severely persecuted in Singidunum and Christian priests were thrown into Danube.
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 Belgrade
Early in the 1st century, Singidunum was captured by the Romans.
Frequent incursions of barbarians during the 5th, 6th and 7th centuries weakened the imperial frontier; Singidunum became the target of Ostrogpoths, Gepids, Sarmatians, Avars and Slavs.
Taking advantage of the weak defenses of the Byzantine Empire, during the 6th century, the Slaves increasingly crossed the Danube (the biggest invasion being in 550) and during the 7th century they settled in Singidunum.
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 Singidunum University : Welcome
Singidunum University offers non-resident distant education through Distance Learning System, which can reach those disadvantaged by limited time, distance or physical disability.
Singidunum University and Lincoln University, Oakland CA, organize postgraduate study course programme.
The main objective of Singidunum University is to educate and qualify cadres with a very high level of knowledge and competitiveness in the modern business environment without any need for additional training.
www.eng.singidunum.ac.yu   (141 words)

  
 Belgrade - Cathedrial Church - Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
His Grace Bishop Urecija actively participated in the Sabor in Tiru in 335, and his activities were also seen during the Sabor’s in Sardici in 343 and Sirmijumu in 351.
The Archdiocese in Singidunum is mentioned in 579 when Avarian Kan Bojan swears to the Singidunum’s Setu that they will not attack the city.
Until his reign there was no mention of any Slavic settlers in the region of Singidunum.
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 Urban Dictionary: Beograd
Beograd, also known as Belgrade is where early culture's of Europe existed and dominated the Balkans about 8000 years ago, Beograd counts as one of the oldest European and maybe world cities.
It was Settled in 300BC by the Celtic before becoming the Roman settlement of Singidunum, then becoming site of the Byzantine Empire.
The first Serbian king to rule Beograd was Dragutin in 1276, who received it as a present from the Hungarian king.
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 Belgrade Fortress: History
There were very favorable conditions for the development of a settlement here, and it seems that the site was later taken over by the Romans in the early 1st century AD.
Then, this area with a legionary camp - castrum called Singidunum (the oldest known name for Belgrade) became part of the Roman Empire, whose northern frontier was demarcated by the Rivers Rhine and Danube.
From the 9th century onwards, it appears under the Slav name of Beograd (the White town), starting to expand to the level ground beside the Danube.
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 Contact :: Singidunum - Serbian Students & Scholars Society at Washington Univiversity in St. Louis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
All members of the Washington University in St. Louis community interested in Serbian culture (Serbian origin is not a prerequisite) are eligible for membership in Singidunum.
You can join the Singidunum by sending us an email to serbclub@artsci.wustl.edu, stating your wish to join the group.
Please do not hesitate to email all your questions, concerns or suggestions regarding this website or the Singidunum at serbclub@artsci.wustl.edu, or to Singidunum’s Officers.
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 . : 360° tura Beogradom : .
Kao značajniji rimski vojni logor Singidunum je stekao gradska prava u II veku n.
Napadi sa severa preko Panonske nizije, Dunava i Save, bili su tako jaki da ni Singidunum, kao značajno vojno utvđenje, nije mogao da odoli.
Ovom varvarskom najezdom i rušenjem grada, nestao je i naziv Singidunum i više se nikada u istoriji nije pojavio.
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 Coffee Singidunum Gdansk | Poland - Gdansk Life
No one knows as much about coffee as the people behind Coffee Singidunum.
They are true connoisseurs and, what's more, they are willing to go the extra mile to convert you to their way of thinking.
Purchase a packet of Blue Mountain or Jamajka (the respective Rolls Royces and Aston Martins of the coffee world!) and you could wake every day to a brew fit for a Queen!
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 EDUfair™ - A sta ces ti da studiras?
U sastavu Univerziteta Singidunum je sedam fakulteta, od čega su tri osnivačka, a četiri su pridruženi članovi.
Na fakultetima Univerziteta Singidunum trenutno studira oko 5.000 studenata.
Univerzitet Singidunum raspolaže sa preko 12 000 m2 prostora.
www.edufair.co.yu /astacesti.asp   (834 words)

  
 Care2 Connect - Photos - Belgrade in Fragments
Necropolises of the Bronze and Metal Ages as well as the evidence of different cultural influences have been discovered at these locations.
*7000 B.C. First neolithic settlement- end of I century A.D. The Romans colonize Singidunum- 91 A.D. Singidunum is a Roman military camp of Flavius' IV legion- 441 The Huns destroyed Belgrade- after 450 Singidunum under the rule of the Sarmatians- c.
630 The Slavs conquered Singidunum- 827 The Bulgarians take the fortress under control- 878 First written record of the Slavic name "Beograd".....*
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 Singidunum
AncientWorlds > Celtia > The Distant Realms > The Danube Valley > Singidunum > Singidunum
The warriors were fierce and resisted attacks from both rival clans and from the "barbarians" to the northeast.
Meet and greet your new friends and neighbors in Singidunum.
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 Palarnia Kawy Singidunum
W tej chwili COFFEE SINGIDUNUM ma do zaoferowania lokale w Centrach Handlowych we Wrocławiu, Bydgoszczy, Warszawie, Tarnowie, Koszalinie, Płocku, Słupsku, Bielsko-Białej, Legnicy i Opolu.
Od dnia 1 lipca 2006r funkcjonuje nowa firma STUDIO CAFE, która zajmuje się budowaniem sieci COFFEE SINGIDUNUM w Polsce i za granicą.
Wszystkie warunki wspólpracy z siecią COFFEE SINGIDUNUM są opisane w umowie franczyzowej, która jest dostępna dla każdego zainteresowanego.
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