|Case Study||Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes Duklja and Raška|
The Village of Plavica u Zeti was given by King Stefan Uroš I to the Monastery of Žiča (ZSp. 572 II). A Metochion of Sveta Nikola in Vranje was founded by St. Sava. The Village also hosted a Monastery of Saint John (SSS 198).
|Plavnica in Zeta||Place||01.01.1220||01.01.1233||The village of Plavnica in Zeta was donated by the Serbian King Stefan Prvovenčani (reigned 1196-1227) to the Monastery of Žiča in ca. 1220 (A se u Zetě sela: Trěbole, Plavnici, u Gorskoi Župě Goličь). A metochion of the Monastery of Sveti Nikola in Vranjina is mentioned in Plavnica in the times of Saint Sava (ca. 1175-1236). The village had also a Monastery of Saint John (SSS 198). (MMS., 12 i 18 - u PLavnici ōtь mesta nis Plavnicu)|
|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.|
|Žiča Monastery||Group||01.01.1208||Recipient||The Žiča Monastery was founded in the year 1208 by Stefan Uroš I. It is one of the three Serbian monasteries which bear the title of Lavra. Between 1219 and 1250|