Pirivatrić 2015

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Srdjan Pirivatrić, Hronologija prvih vladarskih akata kralja Milutina izdatih posle osvajanja Skoplja, in: ΠΕΡΙΒΟΛΟΣ – Mélanges offerts à Mirjana Živojinović, Tome I, (eds. Dejan Dželebdžić/Bojan Miljković, Beograd 2015) 205-213.

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Places (11)
Name Class Begin End Description
Blat’ce (1) Place 01.09.1299 31.05.1308 In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the village of Blat’ce is donated with all its rights (selo narekomoje Blat’ce, ježe jestь nadь Svetimь Nikitoju sь vsěmi pravinami jego). ------------ The Serbian King Milutin also mentions Blat’ce in his charter for the Monastery of Saint George-Gorg in 1300 (koi grede putь na Blatce).
Glusi Place 01.09.1299 31.12.1348 In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the village of Glusi is mentioned (i drugo selo Glusi pod crьkvomь, sь mlini i sь pročimi pravinami jego. I voinikь koi je tu narekomi Geōrьgije Repana). ------------ The forged transcript A of the collective charter of Stefan Uroš II Milutin for the Monastery of Chilandar from the years 1303-1304 (or after 1331) reports that the village of Glusii together with Kalogjurgje Repana, the place Krastavʼcь and a katun of Vlachs was granted to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje and afterwards to the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) in the vicinity of the Chilandar Monastery by the Serbian King (I dahь...i Glusii. A u Glusěhь Kalogjurʼgja Rěpanu i s městomь Krastavʼcь i katunь Vlahьь ... To vʼse utʼvrьdivь i zapisavь dahь Svetomu Nikitě, a Svetago Nikitu dahь mojemu pirʼgu sь vʼsěmь jego utʼvrьždenijemь). ------------ The charter of the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) for the Monastery of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel near Prizren dated to 1347/48 refers to the village of Golihovo in the border delimitation of the village of Klьčevišta (A megja Klьčevištemь: do visa us poljanu, megju Pьsi Dolь i megju hlьmь tere pravo na kolovozь, i koi putь ide ōt Banjanь pravo mimo selo Slivovikь, kako izlazi kolnikь na kamenikь na brьdo, i ōt tudu pravo u planinu putemь obь druge strane do crьkvišta pri Kalopetrově lozě, a gorě uz dělь u planinu; a ōt Skopija megja, po srědě Dobroga Dola, u putь u prěky koi grede ōt Čahra, i do mramora putemь koi grede uz Golihovo pravo u Banjane, ōt toga puti pravo u visь, koi ide megju Banjane i megju Klьčevišta). ------------ Vassiliki Kravari identifies Glusi and Golihovo with today's village of Gluvo.
Klustobista Place 01.09.1299 31.12.1348 In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated half of the village of Klustobistēs to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita (τὸ ἥμισυ τοῦ χωρίου τοῦ καλουμένου τῆς Κλουστοβίστης). ------------ In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of half of the respective village is confirmed (I polь sela Klьčevišta). ------------ In 1347/48 the Serbian Emperor Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) donated, with the permission of the Župan Radoslav, the village of Klьčevišta and its church of the Mother of God together with the hamlet Brodcь, vineyards, fruits, bought estates and all rights to the Monastery of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel near Prizren (I ješte priloži carьstvo mi crьkvi carьstva mi Arhaggelu sь hotěnijemь ljubimago vlastelina carьstvu mi Radoslava župana, selo Klьčevišta, sь crьkoviju Svetyje Bogorodice, i sь zaselkomь Brod᾿cemь, s vinogrady, sь ōvoštijemь, i s kupljenicami, i sь vsěmi pravinami, kako piše u hrisovulě Klьčevišt᾿komь što jestь zapisalь roditelь carьstva mi gospodinь kral).
Mērana Place 01.09.1299 between 01.01.1331 and 31.12.1331 In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated the village of Mērana in (the župa of) Morava to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita (χωρίον διακείμενον εἰς τὴν Μοράβαν καὶ ἐπονομαζόμενον τὴν Μηράναν). In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the respective village is confirmed (I selo u Moravě narekomoje Izmira). The forged transcript A of the collective charter of the Serbian King Milutin for the Monastery of Chilandar from the years 1303-1304 (or after 1331) reports that the village of S'mira in Morava was granted to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje and afterwards to the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) in the vicinity of the Monastery of Chilandar by the Serbian King (i u Moravě selo S'mira ... To vʼse utʼvrьdivь i zapisavь dahь Svetomu Nikitě, a Svetago Nikitu dahь mojemu pirʼgu sь vʼsěmь jego utʼvrьždenijemь).
Prěbužda Place 01.01.1299 31.12.1331 In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated the village (?, uncertain because of the Byzantine term "topos") of Prěbužda to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita (τόπον καλούμενον τὴν Μπρεμποῦσδαν). ------------ In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the respective village (?, uncertain because of the Serbian term "zemlja") is confirmed (I zemlja narekomaja Prěbužda). ------------ The forged transcript A of the collective charter of Stefan Uroš II Milutin for the Monastery of Chilandar from the years 1303-1304 (or after 1331) reports that the village of Prěbužda was granted to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje and afterwards to the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) in the vicinity of the Chilandar Monastery by the Serbian King (i selo Prěbuždu, ... To vʼse utʼvrьdivь i zapisavь dahь Svetomu Nikitě, a Svetago Nikitu dahь mojemu pirʼgu sь vʼsěmь jego utʼvrьždenijemь). ------------ According to Vassiliki Kravari the village of Prěbužda was located to the South of the village of Banjane.
Sōsthnai, Summer Pastures Place 01.01.1299 31.05.1308 The Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated two summer pastures called Sōsthnai to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita in ca. 1299/1300 (ἑτέρας δύο πλανηνὰς καλουμένας Σώσθνας). The source-based context suggests that these summer pastures were located in the mountains to the East of the village of Λουμποτάνιον. ------------ In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the respective summer pastures is confirmed (Druzě dvě planině narekoměi Soštně).
Tavorь Place between 01.09.1258 and 31.12.1300 between 01.01.1568 and 31.12.1569 Probably identical with the village Taurision. The Byzantine Historian Prokopios of Caesarea relates that the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. was born in the village Taurision near the fortlet Bederiana in Dardania (Ἐν Δαρδάνοις που τοῖς Εὐρωπαίοις, οἳ δὴ μετὰ τοὺς Ἐπιδαμνίων ὅρους ᾤκηνται, τοῦ φρουρίου ἄγχιστα, ὅπερ Βεδερίανα ἐπικαλεῖται, χωρίον Ταυρίσιον ὄνομα ἦν, ἔνθεν Ἰουστινιανὸς βασιλεὺς ὁ τῆς οἰκουμένης οἰκιστὴς ὥρμηται). The Bulgarian Tsar Constantine I Asen donated the village of Tavorь together with a ruined fortress (apparently ruins of the fortified settlement near Taurision), meadows and hunting grounds to the Monastery of Saint George-Gorg near Skopje (Selo Tavorь, gradište i s polemь sь nivijemь, sь livadami, sь Ezeromь blatnimъ, sь zaběloï, sь lovišti zvěr’noïmi i roïbnimi, i sь vsěmi pravinami ih). The village of Tavorь is attested in the charter of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin for the Monastery of St George-Gorg (niže Tavora) from 1300. The village of Tavorь is mentioned in the boundary description of the property, which belonged to the chapel (kellion) of Saint Petka and was given by the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin to the Hilandar Monastery (i na putь kako grede u Tavorь). Tavorь is registered in the Ottoman Defters for the years 1452/1453, 1467/1468 (as Tavore or Tavre), 1544/1545 and 1568/1569.
Vlach Katun near Klьčevišta Place 01.09.1299 31.05.1308 In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated a Vlach katun (κατοῦναν βλαχικήν) near the village of Klustobista to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita. The topography and the context suggest that the katun has to be localised to the North of the contemporary villages of Banjane, Kučevište and Pobožje. ------------ In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the respective katun is confirmed (i katunь Vlahь Svetago Nikite).
Župa of Morava Place between 01.01.1189 and 31.12.1190 between 01.01.1342 and 31.12.1342 In ca. 1189/90 the Serbian Grand Župan Stefan Nemanja (reigned 1166/68-1196) incorporated Morava into his realm (Priloži že kĭ zemli otčĭstvïa svojego oblastĭ nyševĭskuju do konca, Lypljanĭ že i Moravu i glagoljemy Vrani, prizrěnĭsku že oblastĭ i Pologa oba do konca sĭ megami svoimi.). In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated the village of Mērana in (the župa of) Morava to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita (χωρίον διακείμενον εἰς τὴν Μοράβαν καὶ ἐπονομαζόμενον τὴν Μηράναν). In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the village of Izmira in Morava is confirmed (I selo u Moravě narekomoje Izmira). In the first quarter of the 14th century Morava was part of the Bishopric of Lipljan (po Moravě). The forged transcript A of the collective charter of the Serbian King Milutin for the Monastery of Chilandar from the years 1303-1304 (or after 1331) reports that the village of S'mira in Morava was granted to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje and afterwards to the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) in the vicinity of the Monastery of Chilandar by the Serbian King (i u Moravě selo S'mira ... To vʼse utʼvrьdivь i zapisavь dahь Svetomu Nikitě, a Svetago Nikitu dahь mojemu pirʼgu sь vʼsěmь jego utʼvrьždenijemь). In 1342 the Serbian King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan (reigned 1331-1355) issued a charter in favour of the starec Ioanĭ in Morava donating to him the Monastery of Sveti Nikola Mrački for lifelong subsistence (u Moravě). According to Siniša Mišić the medieval Serbian župa of Morava is to be localised along the river Binačka Morava.
Λουμποτάνιον Place 01.09.1299 31.05.1308 The village of Λουμποτάνιον (Ljubotěnĭ) is mentioned in a charter of the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) for the Monastery of Sveti Nikita in ca. 1299/1300 (πλανηνὴν εἰς τὸ Λουμποτάνιον μετὰ τῆς περιοχῆς αὐτῆς). ------------ The toponym is again attested in a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), which was issued at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos (Planina Ljubotěnĭ sĭ oblastijem si).
Λουμποτάνιον, Summer Pasture Place 01.09.1299 31.05.1308 In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) donated a summer pasture in the vicinity of the village of Λουμποτάνιον (Ljubotěnĭ) to the Monastery of Sveti Nikita (πλανηνὴν εἰς τὸ Λουμποτάνιον μετὰ τῆς περιοχῆς αὐτῆς). ------------ In a charter of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328), at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), in ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos the donation of the respective summer pasture is confirmed (Planina Ljubotěnĭ sĭ oblastijem si).
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Name Class Begin End Relation Type Description
Kotanitzes Tornikios Person Mentioned in the sources from 1280 to 1306. He was Monk of the Peribleptos Monastery in Constantinople in 1280–1283 and monk of the Μεγίστη μονή in Prusa, 1283. He held the position of Deputy commander (ὑποστράτηγος) during his stay at the Serbian court, 1297. As an outlaw, who rebelled against the Byzantine Emperor, he joined the Serbs before 1280. In 1280 he commanded the Serbian troops and plundered the Macedonian borderland till Serres. He was captured by the Byzantines. In 1283 he fled from the Μεγίστη μονή in Prusa and sought asylum at the Serbian court. Around 1297 he together with the Serbian troops looted the border regions of Macedonia. The Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin handed over Kotanitzes Tornikios to Byzantines as a consequence of the peace agreement. Kotanitzes Tornikios is attested in 1306. Probably he was still in prison. According to the historian Georgios Pachymeres the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos ordered to put the rebellious general Kassianos in prison together with Kotanitzes Tornikios. Gordana Tomović assumes that Kotanitzes Tornikios is the same person as the Despot Tornikos from the inscription of the gramatikь Nestorь in the Church of Saint George at Gorni Kozjak
Sources (3)
Name Class Description
Skopje Sveti Nikita 1 Source In ca. 1299/1300 the Byzantine Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320) issued a charter for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos, through which the possessions of the Monastery of Sveti Nikita in and near Skopje were confirmed.
Skopje Sveti Nikita 2 Source In ca. 1299/1300 (or 1308?) the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos II Palaiologos (reigned 1282-1328) confirmed, at the instigation of the Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin (reigned 1282-1321), the possessions of the Monastery of Sveti Nikita near Skopje for the Tower of Hrusija (Pyrgos Basileiu) of the Monastery of Chilandar on the Holy Mount Athos. This charter is only preserved in a Serbian translation. It seems plausible that Andronikos II had also issued a Greek charter in the years 1299/1300, because a parallel Byzantine charter on this topic is preserved by his Co-Emperor Michael IX Palaiologos (reigned 1295-1320), which was issued most probably in the years 1299/1300 and in which most of the mentioned places had also been donated.
Tmorane Sveta Petka Source The Serbian King Stefan Uroš II Milutin donated the kellion of St. Petka with its possessions to the Monastery of Hilandar on Mount Athos. According to Srdjan Pirivatrić King Milutin conquered the town of Skopje and its surroundings from the Byzantine Empire in the year 1282, but lost it to the Byzantines at some point between 1282 and 1298 and certainly reconquered it before 1298/99. That is why he issued his charter concerning the kellion of St. Petka after his reconquest, i.e. about 1299/1300.