Centuriation of the Andautonian Ager, Roman Cadastre

Marijan Kadi


The Roman city Andautonia was established on the location of today's village of Šćitarjevo in the 1st century. The city was considered a municipality (a city with self-government). The territory belonging to Andautonia covered the Sava River valley, in the area of today's city of Zagreb with a natural border: the Samobor Hills in the west, Medvednica in the north, Zelina river in the east and Vukomerić Hills in the south.


Centuriation; Andautonia

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