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Slovenian history. In this power point we’re going to show you the history of Slovenia until the 21st century. Pre-history. The oldest evidence of life in Slovenia is the bone whistle from “Divje babe”. In that time people were livestockers and farmers.

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Slovenian history

Slovenian history

  • In this power point we’re going to show you the history of Slovenia until the 21st century.


Pre history

Pre-history

  • The oldest evidence of life in Slovenia is the bone whistle from “Divje babe”.

  • In that time people were livestockers and farmers.

  • There was a transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age.

  • Fortified settlements on the slopes,were named forts (gradišča).

  • In 4th and 3 century BC. n. No. this territory of present-day Slovenia occupied the Celtic tribes, who have here created the first state called Noricum formation.


Kelts and romans

Kelts and Romans

  • Today's Slovenian territory for the Romans had great strategic importance.Roman penetration into the territory of present-day Slovenia was initiated after the establishment of Aquileia (181 BC. ).

  • The first organized Christian Church emerged towards the end of 3rd century, in the 4th, 5th and 6 century, created the diocese, which fall under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Aquileia.


Kelts and romans1

Kelts and Romans

  • To defend the borders of Italy in the 3rd century on the edge of the karst system of fortifications made Claustra Alpium Iuliarum. In 5th and 6 century, the Roman government began in Slovenia poor incursions Germanic tribes who have moved against Italy, the indigenous population from the cities began to move in altitude shelters. In mid-5th century through Slovenia to Italy, the Huns invaded and devastated towns on the route number at the end of 5th century are Ostrogoths (Ostrogoths) occupied by Italy and 536 were in their Italsko Kingdom included Noricum, Dalmatia and Pannonia.


Naselitev slovanov

Naselitev Slovanov

  • In 6th century in the broader territory of the Eastern Alps Slavs settled. The room, which was settled by Slavs have inhabited the remnants of Native Romanized, partly to maintain Christianity. Slavic settlement of Eastern Alps confirm the collapse of dioceses in the eastern area in the second half of the 6th century, changing settlement and material culture, especially the implementation of a new Slavic speech. The border with the Bavarians, even then temporarily stabilized in the eastern Tyrol, in the 8th century on the edge of the Friuli plain and in Istria in the Karst edge stabilized by the Frontiers Lombards.


Jugoslavija

Jugoslavija

  • Assembly of Delegates of the Slovenian nation in Kočevje October 1943 decided to include Slovenia in the new Yugoslavia, which was established in its current meeting in November 1943 and two years later was declared the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia (FLRJ). Slovenia has as an integral part renamed the People's Republic of Slovenia. Until 1947 it was nationalized all private activity.After the turn of the Soviet Union in 1948, Yugoslavia began introducing a milder form of socialism that was based on social ownership and self-management. The city of Trieste and its surroundings is to Italy. In 1963 it was renamed FLRJ Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) and Slovenia in the Socialist Republic of Slovenia.


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