Lista e qyteteve antike në Iliri

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Shpërndarja e qyteteve në antikitet në kufirin e jugut Iliria me Grekët dhe Thrakët

Kjo është një listë e qyteteve të antike në Iliri, qytezave, fshatrave dhe kështjellave të Ilirëvet, Venetëve, Liburnëve, Romakëve, Keltëvet, Thrakëve, Dakëve dhe Grekëvet e vendosur në apo afër tokavet Ilire. Një numër të qyteteve në Illyria dhe më vonë Ilirikumi romak janë ndërtuar ose rindërtuar afër vendbanimeve të para ekzistuese Ilire. 

Vendbanimet ilire[redakto | përpunoni burim]

Dalmate[redakto | përpunoni burim]

Liburniane[redakto | përpunoni burim]

Liburnia në epokën e pushtimit Romak

Dardania[redakto | përpunoni burim]

Shih edhe[redakto | përpunoni burim]

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Bibliografia[redakto | përpunoni burim]

  • Miraj, Lida, ‘The Earliest Coinage of Epidamnos/Dyrrachion as a Source’, Greek Influence along the East Adriatic Coast, Proceedings of the International Conference held in Split, September 24-26, 1998 (Split 2002), 435–470.

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