|Case Study||Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes Duklja and Raška|
The Village of Zagrad was given to the Monastery of Sv. Peter and Paul in Lim ny King Dušan (ZSp 599 I).
|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.|
|Stefan Uroš IV Dušan||Person||between 01.01.1308 and 31.12.1308||20.12.1355||Sponsor||Stefan Dušan, also called Stefan Uroš IV, English Stephen Dushan, or Stephen Uroš IV (born 1308—died Dec. 20, 1355) king of Serbia (1331–46) and “Emperor of the Serbs, Greeks, and Albanians” (1346–55), the greatest ruler of medieval Serbia, who promoted his nation’s influence and gave his people a new code of laws.|
|Zagrad (2)||Place||01.01.1343||31.12.1343||In 1343 the hamlet of Zagrad, being part of the settlement Velije Polje, was donated to the Monastery of the Saints Peter and Paul in Lim by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355; Urošь četvrьti, vь Hrista Boga ver'ni i samodrьžav'ni gospodinь vsehь srьbьskihь zemlь i pomor'skihь i grьčkihь ... i priloži kraljevstvo mi crьkvi svetimь apostolomь Petru i Pavlu u Limě selo u Crьn'či Velije Polje i zaselkomь zь Brezovomь i Zagradomь i sь ljudmi, i sь megjami, i sь vsemi pravinami sela toga, i sь mlini).|