|Case Study||Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes Duklja and Raška|
King Uroš I gave the Village of Gostilovina u Brskovu to the Monastery of the Mother of God in Ston, although some parts of the village were given to the Monastery of Sv. Peter and Paul in Lim (ZSp. 601 XI).
|Gostilovina in Brskovo||Place||between 01.01.1253 and 31.12.1253||between 01.01.1264 and 31.12.1264||The village of Gostilovina in Brskovo was donated by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš I (reigned 1243-1276) to the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God in Ston (A se selo u Brьskově Prostěnije, Stryčina, Gostilovina, Bys'trica, a zaselije mu Dobrih'nina i Bělojevina.) and a bit later as a hamlet to the Monastery of Saint Peter and Paul in Lim (Selo u Brьskově Prostěnyje, a zaselije mu Bystrica, Dobrihьnina, Gostylovina, Stričina, Plavьkovyna, Selьca, Jasenovo, a planina mu Konь, a megja Prostěnyju otь Tare u stěnu u Pělovynu, ...).|
|Monastery of Sts. Peter and Paul in Lim||Group||Recipient||King Dušan donated the Hamlet of Brezova to the Monastery of Sts. Peter and Paul in Lim in Bijelo Polje.|
|Monastery of the Mother of God in Ston||Group||01.01.1219||01.01.1333||Recipient||The Monastery of the Holy Mother of God in Ston was a Serbian Orthodox monastery in the town of Ston. It was the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Hum between 1219 and the 1250s.|
|Stefan Uroš I||Person||between 01.01.1223 and 31.12.1223||01.05.1277||Sponsor||Stefan Uroš I was the youngest son of Stefan Nemanjić and Anna Dandolo. He reigned from 1243 to 1276.|