Historia Salonitana, is a chronicle by Thomas the Archdeacon from the 13th century which contains significant information about the early history of the. Get this from a library! Historia Salonitana: historia Salonitanorum atque Spalatinorum pontificum. [Thomas of Split; Olga Peric; Mirjana. Get this from a library! Historia Salonitana maior. [Nada Klaić; Jorjo Tadić;].
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