• Barry Turner
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Several Neolithic cultures existed in Croatia, with Vucedol, on the Danube near present-day Vukovar, one of Europe’s most important settlements between 3,000 and 2,200 BC. Illyrians settled in the region from 800 BC, establishing several kingdoms that the Romans absorbed into the provinces of Pannonia and Dalmatia from 10 AD.


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Further Reading

  1. Central Bureau of Statistics. Statistical Yearbook, Monthly Statistical Report, Statistical Information, Statistical Reports.Google Scholar
  2. Fisher, Sharon, Political Change in Post-Communist Slovakia and Croatia: From Nationalist to Europeanist. 2006CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Jovanovic, Nikolina, Croatia: A History. Translated from Croatian. 2000Google Scholar
  4. Stallaerts, Robert, Historical Dictionary of the Republic of Croatia. 2nd ed. 2003Google Scholar
  5. Tanner, M. C., A Nation Forged in War. 1997Google Scholar
  6. Uzelac, Gordana, The Development of the Croatian Nation: An Historical and Sociological Analysis. 2006Google Scholar
  7. National Statistical Office: Central Bureau of Statistics, 3 Ilica, 10000Google Scholar
  8. Zagreb. Director: Ivan Kovač.Google Scholar

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