Slovene Pagan Sacred Landscape Study Case: The Bistrica Plain<br>Slovenska poganska sveta pokrajina. Primer Bistriške ravni</br>
AbstractIn this article the authors present the Slovene Pagan sacred landscape. Based on the case of the Bistrica plain, North of Ljubljana (Slovenia) they have tried to show the ritual sites within the sacred landscape for the period between 9th Century and the end of 10th Century. This was concluded through the oral tradition and archaeological sources. They have tried to determine the role of the individual ritual site within the landscape and the manner in which the sacred landscape influenced the life of the people of the period.
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