|Case Study||Beyond East and West: Sacred Landscapes Duklja and Raška|
The Village of Prostenije u Brskovy was given by King Uroš I to the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God in Ston. A part of the village was given to the Monastery of Sveti Peter and Paul in Lim (ZSP. 601 XI, 595 XII).
|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.|
|Prostěnije in Brskovo||Place||between 01.01.1253 and 31.12.1253||between 01.01.1264 and 31.12.1264||The village of Prostěnije 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 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, ...).|