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village), where the unascertained summer residence of Ser- bian rulers, called Pauni, was situated, as well as a chruch where the archbishop sojourned. The church of St. john the Baptist also existed in that area (mentioned last in 1788). TAMNICA, MONASTERY, see AJNOVCE.
TARADŽA (Vučitrn): 1. microtoponym “Crkveni Potok” (Church Stream) indicates that a church once stood in the village; 2. settlement from late antiquity and the early Middle ages with a medieval necropolis, on the Čečan hill.
TENEZ DO (in the Middle ages Trndol, Priština): an old church formerly existed (a 15th-century census makes men- tion of a village priest).
TICA (in the Middle ages Tip’c or Tipčinja Luka, Srbica): microtoponym “Crkvena Glavica” (Church Peak).
TIRINCE (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): ruins of two church- es in the village territory (one devoted to Sts. Constantine and Helena); in the 15th c., mention is made of a village priest and a monk.
TOMANCE (istok): 15th and 16th-century documents refer to the Tumenica monastery near the village; the village had a church on the site called Gumourača (Gumurača). TOPLIČANE (Lipljan): remains of a church by the Toplik spring (demolished in the 19th c. by jashar-Pasha Džanić so as to build bridges with its stone), and a very old graveyard called Svatovsko (Weddding Guests’).
TOPONICA, TOPOLNICA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): old and new cemetery, desecrated and demolished in 1985. TRBOVCE, TRBUVCE (Lipljan): remains of an old church (“the church of the empress Milica), above the village. TRBUHOVAC (in the Middle ages Trbuhovci, istok): until recently, the remains of the foundations of an old church still existed (according to tradition, demolished during Turkish rule).
TRDEVAC, TRDEVCE (Glogovac): a church formerly ex- isted (a village priest mentioned in a 15th century census), as well as the locality “Crkva” (Church).
TREPČA (K. Mitrovica): two Catholic churches existed: the so-called Latin or Saxon church in Stari Trg (of St. Peter?) and the unascertained church of St. Mary; also, there were three Orthodox churches—the so called Monks’ church and two churches above the village of Mažići, on the site called Stara Trepča. in Stara Trepča the remains of an old mosque (the midd 15th c.) are situated as well.
TRIKOSE (in the Middle ages Tarkosi, Leposavić): walls of an ancient structure (in popular opinion, the remains of a church) and an old graveyard.
TRLABUĆ (Vučitrn): microtoponym “Popova Glavica” (Priest’s Peak) points to the possible existence of a church. TRNAVA (Podujevo): a church formerly existed (village priest mentioned as early as 1455).
TRNAVCE (Srbica): localities “Crkvište” (i.e. ruins of a church) and “Staro Groblje” (Old Graveyard) (a 15th-century census makes mention of two priests).
TRNAVICA, TRNOVICA (Podujevo): a church had existed until the Serbian population migrated in 1878. TRNIĆEVCE (Priština): remains of medieval mining shafts and two old graveyards.
TRNJE (Suva Reka): the locality whose name indicates that an old graveyard used to exist there.
TRPEZA (Vitina): 1. remains of the monastery of the Holy archangels Michael and Gabriel (mentioned in 17th-century notices) on the site called Gradište; with its stones the Turks built the bridge on the Morava river near Klokot in the 19th c.; 2. remains of the monastery of St. George by the spring of the Svintula river; 3. ruins of the church of St. Nicholas, in the vil- lage.
TRSTENA (K. Mitrovica): large cemetery occupied the site called Srbinov Grob (the Serbs Grave).
TRSTENA (Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): a church formerly existed – suggested by the microtoponyms “ajdukova Crkva” (Brigand’s Church) and “Popovo Brdo” (Priest’s Hill). TRSTENIK (Glogovac): remains of the monastery of the ar changer Michael (mentioned in 1346 and 1365, subsequently in the 15th c. and the 16th c.) next to the walls, the old church- yard (called Srpsko Groblje i.e. Serbian Graveyard) occupies the site called Crkve (Churches).
TRSTENIK (Peć): a church existed (village priest mentioned in the 15th c.), probably in the old ganeyard.
TRSTENIK (Vitina): ruins of a church and the remains of a graveyard (a 15th-century census makes mention of rwo priests and “the Trstenik monastery” with two monks).
TRUDNA (Priština): a church existed (suggested by the ref- erence to a village priest in a 15th-century census and several microtoponyms).
TUČEP (istok): locality “Crkvine” (ruins of a church), next to the graveyard and the ruins of a former church in the fields above the village (a 15th-century census makes mention of two village priests).
TUDJEVCE (in the Middle ages Todjozevci, Kriva Reka near Novo Brdo): locality called “Srpsko Groblje” (Serbian Grave- yard).
TUPEC (Prizren): an important archaeological site, situated north of the village, was flooded in the construction of a dam in alban ia.
TURIĆEVAC (in the Middle ages Tudorićevci, Srbica): the site of an old graveyard is known in the village.
TURJAKE (Mališevo): ruins of a town or a monastery, on the Gradina hill.
TURUČICA (Podujevo): in the village which in the 15th c. had an archpriest and a priest, the remains of four churches are located: 1. ruins of a former church in Donji Lugovi in the Simkovac valley, with the traces of an old graveyard; 2. remains of a church (of the Resurrection?) and subsidiary church build- ings, on the estate that formerly belonged to Sava aleksić; 3. ruins of a church in the Sinkovac valley, on the estate of Dušan Radojević; 4. “Crkvište na sedlu brega” (“church ruins on the ridge of the hill”), on the other bank of the Turučićka stream. TUŠICE (in Kolašin upon the ibar): two old cemeteries (one on the site called Repište, and the other on the site called Sta re Kobile).
TUSILJE (Srbica): in 1685/1686, a reference is made to the monastery of the Holy archangel Michael “called Tusimlja” nowadays, the remains of a medieval fortress or monastery occupy the site called Gradevac.
TVRDJAN (Leposavić): remains of an old structure (consid- ered to be the ruins of a church), on the hill by the Tvrdjanska river.
The Christian Shrines of Kosovo and Metohija from the 13th to the 20th century

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