Pilgrims who visited the Holy Land between the IV and VII century

THE ANONYMOUS PILGRIM OF BORDEAUX (333 A.D.)
Illustrations 3: From Sirmium to Constantinople (7-9)

7.

View of the river Drava. While travelling through the Pannonnia Province, the pilgrim takes the road which runs between the Drava and Sava rivers. Here are shown the modern bridges crossing the Drava river at Ptuj, the ancient Pectovium, not far from Sirmium, the capital of the Province.

7. The river Drava


8. A coin of Diocletian  8.

A small copper coin of Emperor Diocletian (284-305 AD). The Latin inscription reads: DNDIOCLETIANOFELICIS - "To our lord Diocletianus, the most succesful (Emperor)" 


9. Diocletian Palace  9.

The wondrous architecture of the still well preserved imperial palace in Split (Croatia). The palace was the residence of Emperor Diocletian till his death in 305 AD.

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