SCLAVONIA

SCLAVONIA
apud Auctores Latinos complectebatur antea Illyricum hodiernum, nempe Dalmatiam, Croatiam, Bosuiam et Sclavoniam propriam; nunc continet tantum hanc ultimam. Est illa pars Hungariae ad Meridiem ubi alias Pannonia Savia, inter Dravum et Savum, ab Ortu in Occidentem extensa, a Danubio prope Taurunum, usque ad confinia Carniolae et Stiriae. Eius maior pars ad Ortum subest Turcis, ubi urbes Sirmium, Posega et Gradiskia. Minor vero portio ad Occidentem ubi Zagrabia et Warasdinum ad Dravum, Austriacis paret, cum Comitatibus Warasdiensi, Zagrabiensi et Risiensi ex parte. Vide Procop. de bell. Goth. l. 1. et 3. Blond. dec. l. 8. Sansonem, Miraeum, etc. Item supra.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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