Plomin tablet (Croatian: Plominski natpis) is a Croatian Glagolitic inscription at the outer wall of the church of Saint George in Plomin. Roman god of flora and fauna Silvanus is portrayed. This inscription bears witness of early parallelism of two cultural currents on Istrian territory: Romance symbol is an Antique relief, and Slavic, i.e. Croatian symbol is the Croatian language and Glagolitic script.
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