Kraj kasnoantičke utvrde u Loboru i početak slavenskog zauzimanja današnje sjeverozapadne Hrvatske / Filipec, Krešimir. - 29-30 str.
Nowdays we can say that it is not unusual that we know so little about the beginnings and the first centres of the Slavs in southern parts of the Pannonian Basin during the 6th and 7th centuries. That is opposite to their role in later centuries, especially during the late 8th and early 9th centuries, and the rebellion of the Duke Ljudevit (Liudewit) in the first third of the 9th century. After the decades-long archaeological excavations, the situation is much better then it was before the 1990's, but there are still a lot of unknowns. Similar situation related to the state of research is not just characteristic for the Croats. It is common among other Slavic peoples, where it is also difficult to describe what happened in the time of the Great Migration pushes towards West and the Mediterranean. Much has been written on that topic in the last 30 years, and today, after more than a hundred years of dealing with this subject, we can say that we know much more about the late antique and the Great Migration Period traces related to the Germans than to the Slavs and the Avars. With these new immigrants the Great Migration Period ended in the southern parts of Central Europe and the Mediterranean. They formed the territory that we know today.