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 (ĭ-lîr′ē-ə) also Il·lyr·i·cum (-ĭ-kəm)
An ancient region of the Balkan Peninsula on the Adriatic coast. Occupied in prehistoric times by an Indo-European-speaking people, the area became the Roman province of Illyricum after the final conquest of the Illyrians in 35-33 bc. The name was revived by Napoleon for the provinces of Illyria (1809-1815) and retained for the kingdom of Illyria, a division of Austria from 1816 to 1849.


(Placename) a Roman province founded after 168 bc, based on the coastal area of Illyria


(ɪˈlɪər ɪ kəm)

a Roman province in ancient Illyria.
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II Other species: Reichardia picroides + in 3; Sonchus asper +, Parietaria judaica 1 in 4; Pancratium illyricum + in 5; Matthiola incana + in 6; Fumaria capreolata + in 7; Allium commutatum + in 8; Lobularia maritima 2 in 11; Vulpia sp.
The Greeks contemptuously called Illyricum "llyris Barbara," but Naissus (Nis) was the birthplace of Constantine, and it was partly the patriotism of Constantine and his mother Helena, as well as Constantine's grand vision of the world, which compelled him to move the capital of the New Rome to Byzantium, and to elevate Illyricum into one of the four prefectures of the Roman empire.
Esta obra de arte romanica de Andrija Buvina entraba en la historiografia europea en el siglo XVIII gracias al jesuita italiano Daniele Farlati, que trato sobre ella en dos ocasiones, en los volumenes primero y tercero de su Illyricum sacrum publicado en 1751 y 1765, exaltando su belleza (2).
Dusanic, the fact that divinities such as Liber Pater and Libera, Silvanus, Diana, Terra Mater, Hercules, Neptunus, Nymphae, Castores are predominantly adored in Illyricum is not explained by the resurgence of local beliefs and an interpretatio Illyrica applied to these Roman gods, but by the profession of the believers who make dedications: in short, these were the cults of miners, clerks, and other people in the field of mining.
110) The bars of less senior and more localized courts, such as the praetorian prefecture of Illyricum or the bar of Syria Secunda, had smaller limits.
In Illyricum s-au infiintat scaune episcopale in Mursa (azi Osiek), Sirmium (Mitrovita), Cibalae (Vinkovce sau Vinkovat), Bossinae (Petrovat), Singidunum (Belgrad), Viminacium (Kostolat), Horeum Margi (Ciupria), Margum (Dobrovita), Aquae (Negotin), Naisus (Nis), Remesiana (Bela Polanca).
There were none from the Latin-speaking west and large areas of the eastern empire, including Egypt and Illyricum, were unrepresented.
29) Syria, Mesopotamia, and Illyricum (if not precisely Dalmatia) are known to have been military theaters during his reign, while his family's ties to Apamea justify references to Syria and Laodicea and his personal curiosity about Judaism could have prompted the inclusion of Judea.
Meslin suggests that Germinius changed his allegiance from Nice 360 to the Dated Creed through the influence of the Homoiousians, perhaps even Basil himself, who was exiled to Illyricum in 360: see Michel Meslin, Les Ariens d'Occident, 335-430 (Paris: Editions de Seuil, 1967), 290.
En cuanto a la griega isla de Rodas, dos estancias tuvo Ciceron fuera de Roma, hacia el este: en el ano 58 su enemigo Publio Clodio logro que se le exilara, y vivio inicialmente en Tesalonica (Macedonia, Europa del este) y despues en la provincia de Illyricum (los balcanes, actuales Albania y Croacia); posteriormente, en 51 fue gobernador, por un ano, de Cilicia (Asia Menor, actual Turquia); ninguna de ambas estancias parece documentar "una larga estancia en la isla de Rodas" segun afirma nuestro texto.
As Romans states, Paul is convinced that he has completed his work in the east (Asia and the Aegean basin), having proclaimed the gospel as far as Illyricum (present-day Serbia and Croatia).
59) The reference to Illyricum and to Greece attests the absence of confusion.