Transmurania (provincia historica slovena)

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Res apud Vicidata repertae:
historical region, list of historical regions of Central Europe, historical administrative division
Civitas: Slovenia
Locus: 46°42′0″N 16°12′0″E
Nomen officiale: Prekmurje

Forma

Area: 948.48 chiliometrum quadratum

Vita

Incolae: 77 908
Transmurania, Provincia historica Slovena

Transmurania[1] vel Ultramurania[2] (-ae, f.) (Slovenice: Prekmurje, Vandalice Slavice Prekmürje, Prekmörje, Prekmürsko) est provincia historica Slovena cuius Belmura urbs princeps est.

Praeclari Cives[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Iosephus Kossics: natus in vico Boginja / Transmurania; slovenus presbyter, scriptor, poeta, ethnologus, linguista et historicus

Geographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. ... until the early 19th century, this region of the Zala county belonged ecclesiastically to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Zagreb and in the legal documents of the Archdiocese it was called as "Transmurania" or "Prekmurje", cf. Prekmurje
  2. Verbum novatum

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