Čím is a village and municipality in Příbram District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Cim (archaeological site)
The Cim Early Christian Basilica (built in AD 5–6) consists of the archaeological remains of an early Christian–late Roman basilica in Mostar's Crkvine suburb. The basilica is a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina and during its archaeological excavation other items were discovered, such as tombs and residential buildings. Further archaeological research has determined that the Crkvine site in northwestern Mostar was an ancient settlement, and a number of 5th- to 6th-century artifacts have been found.
Large quantities of small surface archeological material has also been discovered at the site: antique tiles, pottery, mudstone and glass. Fragments of stone decorations, such as vines with grapes and wattle, peacocks, fish, fragments of floral ornaments and the symbol of the cross, were also discovered.
In 2011 Mostar post office issued a stamp with the image of Early Christian Basilica Cim's remains.
Three late antique contemporary buildings were discovered in Crkvine area: the basilica, memorial chapel and a residential building. In the mediaeval period burials were carried out there. The early Christian basilica is positioned east-west and has one nave and the altar. The entrance is facing the west, while the altar apse, the most significant and the holiest part of the Church, is facing the east. Remains of additional buildings are located near the nave of the Basilica - one to the north and two the south – which creates the impression that the Church has three naves.
In the west all three parts of the Church are united by the narthex (the church hall) which stretches throughout the entire length of the space. Early Christian Basilica Cim has all the elements of the early Christian sacral building: narthex in the west part of the Church, nave (temple) in the centre, presbytery (altar area), baptistery (baptismal font), as well as deacontry and prothesis in the south part.
A memoria whose shape, with one nave, resembles the shape of the Church is located south of the Church. The memeoria is connected with the main church area with a wall. The door at the south wall of deacontry is the only way of communication between “the church for the dead” and “the church for the living”.
A great number of tombs and graves have been found around the Church, its interior, and within the memeoria, dating from the time of the Church's construction until the late Middle Ages. More significant finds on this site are the fragments of the stone plastics with various ornamentation of which some are the exceptional samples of early Christian sculpture in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Due to the level of fragmentation it is not always easy to determine the origin of these fragments and what their function was. Although there are no reliable historical sources that support the claim that the seat of Diocese of Sarsenterensis was in this area at the time, the unusual arrangement of the Early Christian Basilica Cim with triconal presbytery, and memeoria, as well as richness and representative quality of fragment decorations, suggests that Bishop’s residence might have been here.
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Usage examples of "cim".
No, Cim was no beauty, and he was uncertain of temper, but to Kincar's mind he was the pick of the Holding's mount pens.
But Cim was not the only thing in Styr Hold that he could claim as his own.
But such reading was not a quick task, and he let Cim pick his own route along the road as he puzzled over the two lines with the small accompanying drawing.
And he did not halt for a rest, knowing that Regen must have fed Cim well.
When the slope grew too steep, he dismounted, letting Cim pick a path where the mount's clawed feet found good hold.
There was no sound from Cim, which meant that Vorken's more acute hearing had given them time to prepare.
Now he set about padding Cim, lashing on saddlebags, though he did not mount as they edged out of the hollow.
Crouching there, he brought Cim up with a sharp tug at the ear reins, hoping that neither had been sighted by the party below.
The physical difference between Lord Dillan and the others was so marked that the longer Cim picked his way behind the leader's mount, the more Kincar came to suspect that he now rode in company with no half-blood but with one of the fabulous Star Lords in person.
Jonathal brought his larng up beside Cim, wiping the matted dust from his mouth mask with the back of his hand before he commented thickly, "That was a dry course!
Without pausing to think, Kincar sent Cim skimming back to where Vorken lay, beating her good wing in a vain attempt to win aloft again.
With the fraction of breathing space, Kincar had gotten up on Cim, his sword banging from its wrist cord.
Kincar brought Cim up to split the skull of the bareheaded outlaw who had his point at Jonathal's throat as the other fought to pull free of the larng.
Still holdling to Cim, Kincar went on slowly until the doorway arched above him and he was in a passage lighted by one of the Star Lords' flares.
It might have been that only Cim, Vorken, and he were alive in that place.