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What does Pann stand for?

Pann stands for Pannonian (linguistics)

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At the request of Duke Kocel, the ruler of the Pannonian Slavs, the pope then consecrated Methodius in 869 as the titular bishop of Syrmium, and as the archbishop of the new Moravian-Pannonian archdiocese, making it more than clear that Methodius was the legitimate archbishop of all the the Slavs united in Rastislav's Great Moravia and in the Balkans.
May 24, popularly known as the Day of Saint Cyril, is the day when we recall the deeds of the great brothers of Tessaloniki, Cyril and Methodius, the authors of the first Slav alphabet with which a number of church texts were translated in the 9th century in the language of the Macedonian Slavs from the region of Tessaloniki, and in which the famous Pannonian Legends were written.
Cymbeline's decision to rebel against the Romans is motivated in part by the precedent of the revolt by the Pannonians and Dalmatians against Roman rule in 34 BC, so once again an Eastern European location disrupts the binary of Britain and Rome (192).
There are also many other features to help guide residents and Croatia's millions of annual visitors from the sea to the slopes of the Alps and deep into the Pannonian Valley to the banks of the Danube and Drava rivers.