Tribali

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Triballi (bahasa Yunani: Τριβαλλοί, Triballoí) adalah sebuah suku kuno yang menempati sekitaran dataran selatan Serbia modern[1][2], bagian utara Makedonia Utara dan barat Bulgaria, di Angrus dan Brongus[3] (Morava Selatan dan Barat) dan Sungai Iskar, dimana Serbia dan Bulgaria bertemu.[2]

Triballi adalah sebuah suku Trakia yang meraih pengaruh dari Kelt, Skitia dan Iliria.[4][5]

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Papazoglu 1978, hlm. 58-61.
  2. ^ a b George Grote: History of Greece: I. Legendary Greece. II. Grecian history to the reign of Peisistratus at Athens, Vol 12, 1856 "...from the plain of Kossovo in modern Servia northward towards the Danube..."
  3. ^ Wikisource-logo.svg Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Triballi". Encyclopædia Britannica. 27 (edisi ke-11). Cambridge University Press. hlm. 261. 
  4. ^ Alexander the Great at War: His army - His battles - His Enemies (General Military) by Ruth Sheppard, 2008, page 69, "... for savagery and their contact with the Scythians, Illyrians and Celts left influences upon the Triballi, and these influences may be ..."
  5. ^ The Thracians 700 BC–AD 46 (Men-at-Arms) by Christopher Webber and Angus McBride, 2001, ISBN 1-84176-329-2, page 6

Sumber[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Papazoglu, Fanula (1978). The Central Balkan Tribes in pre-Roman Times: Triballi, Autariatae, Dardanians, Scordisci and Moesians. Amsterdam: Hakkert. ISBN 9789025607937. 
  • Stojić, M. (2001). "Kulturne tradicije na prostoru na kome će se formirati i razvijati Tribali". Zbornik Radova Filozofskog Fakulteta U Prištini. 31: 253–264. 
  • Vasić, Rastko (1972). "Notes on the Autariatae and Triballi". Balcanica. III. 
  • Vasić, Rastko (1992). "Pages from the history of the Autoriatae and Triballoi". 
  • Bouzek, J. and Ondřejová, I., 1990. The Rogozen treasure and the art of the Triballoi. Eirene, 27, pp. 81–91.
  • Jevtić, M., 2006. Sacred groves of the Tribali on Miroč Mountain. Starinar, (56), pp. 271–290. DOI:10.2298/STA0656271J
  • Jevtić, M. and Peković, M., 2007. Mihajlov ponor on Miroč: Tribal cult places. Starinar, (57), pp. 191–219. DOI:10.2298/STA0757191P


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