settlement on the river Drina which may have been the
urban center for the region surrounding the Drina. Various monuments of Roman provenance were discovered.
Inscriptions here indicate that the settlement was organized to be self-governing. Altars, dedicated to Jupiter,
Minerva, and Juno, were built by the beneficiarii of the
Legio I Ad(iutrix), Legio X G(emina), Legio XI Cl(audia) p(ia) f(idelis). There are also altars dedicated to Silvanus and Martius, and one dedicated to Aesculapius
and Hygieia. Some tombstones with busts of the dead
have been excavated. The inscription “Dind(ariorum)”
points to the presence of the Dindari, an Illyrian tribe.
Soldiers and beneficiarii of Legio V Macedon(ica) and
Legio I Ital(ica) Moes(iae) inf(erioris) were quartered
here. Remains of an Early Christian church (4th to 6th
c.) have been found.
C. Patsch, WMBH
11 (1909) 140-77;
D. Sergejevski, GZM Sarajevo
42 (1930) 2, 164. D. Sergejevski, Spomenik srpske akademije nauka
112; Spomenik SAN
93 (1940) 146-48; GZM Sarajevo
NS 6 (1951) 307-8; J. J. Wilkes, Dalmatia