|Provincia Pannonia Savia|
|province of the Roman Empire|
Pannonia Savia in the 4th century
|Today part of||Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia|
The Pannonia Savia or simply Savia, also known as Pannonia Ripariensis, was an ancient Roman province. It was formed in the year 295, during the reign of emperor Diocletian. The capital of the province was Siscia (today Sisak). Pannonia Savia included parts of present-day Croatia, Slovenia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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