Drosaico of Narentia
Župan of Narentia or Marians (chief, lord, count, duke)[B] Narentines in the 9th century Reign fl. 836-839 Predecessor Unknown Successor Uneslaf and Diodur
Drosaico[A] was a South Slavic župan (duke) of the Narentines in ca. 836 to after 839. The Narentines were a fierce tribe living off piracy. The Narentines were at the time (823) subordinate to the Serbian Principality.
In ca 839 Doge of Venice Pietro Tradonico headed with a large fleet towards the Narentines. They subsequently made peace and renewed a treaty, that would stop the piracy against the Republic of Venice. They however, shortly thereafter, plundered the Venetian borders under the leadership of Uneslav and Diodor. Ljudislav, the Narentine ruler that defeated Doge Pietro in 840, was possibly a co-ruler or successor of Drosaico.
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Župan of Narentia
- ^ Name: In Latin, he is sourced as Drosaico, In Slavic, his name has been rendered as Draško, Dražko,, Držit (Drzit) other spellings are Drosaik.
- ^ Marians: He is mentioned as "ad Narentas insulas, cum Drosaico marianorum iudice" His title has been rendered as Duke of the Narentines or Marians. Marians possibly derives from "of Morava".
- ^ a b c MacFarlane, p. 81
- ^ a b Prospetto cronologico della storia della Dalmazia: con riguardo alle provincie slave contermini, p. 86
- ^ a b c Pavel Jozef Šafárik, Slowanské starožitnosti: Oddjl děgepisný. Pomocj Českého Museum, Vol 1, p. 657
- ^ a b c d e Francis Cotterell Hodgson, The early history of Venice, p. 91
- ^ a b The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, p. 87
- ^ Ferdo Šišić, Povijest hrvata u vrijeme narodnih vladara
- ^ http://books.google.com/books?id=cSQEAAAAYAAJ
- ^ a b Dümmler, p. 45
- ^ Identities in Early Medieval Dalmatia (Seventh–Eleventh Centuries): "ad Narrentanas insulas, cum Drosaico Marianorum iudice similiter fedus instituit, licet minime valeret; et sic postmodum ad Veneciam reversus est."
- Ernst Dümmler, Über die älteste Geschichte der Slaven in Dalmatien (549-928), p. 45
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