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Remains of the Acumincum fortress. Acumincum was ancient Roman settlement, located in the present day town of Stari Slankamen, Serbia. History In the 3rd century BC, the area was inhabited by Celtic Scordisci. In the 1st century BC, the fort was conquered by Romans and the settlement was known as Acumincum (acumen, point[1]). A Flavian fort was strategically situated for monitoring the lands beyond the Tisza river, the Legion camp cohors I Britannica equitata[2] and II Adjutrix[3] were based in the town. Jupiter Dolichenus sculptures have been found in the town[4]. Roman fortifications were excavated in the site of Dugorep[5]. Slavs settled in this area in the 6th century. Old Slavic graves dating from the 6th and 7th century have been found in Slankamen. During the Middle Ages, Slankamen was a fortified city and was first mentioned in 1072 as Castrum Zalankemen. Arsenije I Bogdanović from Srem, the second Serb archbishop (1233–1263), after Saint Sava was born in the village Dabar near Slankamen. In 1325, according to a letter by pope John XXII to the Roman Catholic archbishop of Kalocsa, a public hospital was built in the village. In the 15th century, the town was a possession of the Serbian despots Stefan Lazarević and Đurađ Branković. From 1451, it was property of Hunyadis and from 1498 of John Corvin. In the 16th century it was a residence of Radoslav Čelnik, a duke of Srem. Acumincum was declared Archaeological Sites of Great Importance in 1991, and it is protected by Republic of Serbia. See also Stari Slankamen Archaeological Sites of Great Importance Tourism in Serbia References ^ Chambers's encyclopaedia: a dictionary of universal knowledge for ... Vol 7 ^ Roman Auxiliary Forts 27 BC-AD 378-Duncan B. Campbell ^ Studies in Roman History-Ernest George Hardy ^ Eastern cults in Moesia Inferior and Thracia (5th century BC-4th century AD)-Margarita Tacheva-Hitova,Margarita Tacheva ^ http://old.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/ptext?doc=Perseus:text:1999.04.0006&query=id%3D%231514 v · d · eCultural Heritage of Serbia Archaeological sites Archaeological Sites of Exceptional Importance • Archaeological Sites of Great Importance • Protected Archaeological Sites Monuments of Culture Monuments of Culture of Exceptional Importance • Monuments of Culture of Great Importance • Protected Monuments of Culture Historic Landmarks Historic Landmarks of Exceptional Importance • Historic Landmarks of Great Importance • Protected Historic Landmarks Spatial Cultural-Historical Units Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Exceptional Importance • Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Great Importance • Protected Spatial Cultural-Historical Units This Cultural Heritage of Serbia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article on Serbian history is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Acumincum