Hierocles’s „Synecdemus“ and Procopius of Caesarea’s „De aedeficiis” are substantial texts for our knowledge in the field of settlement system and town’s definitions. They are source of very important and, in the same time, very trustful information for the administrative order and also for the hierarchical sequence of the town centers. Unlike „Synecdemus“ by Hierocles, Procopius in his „De aedeficiis“ makes long description of what imperator Ustinian I has built. Furthermore he gives a detailed list of restored or newly erected fortresses and respectively to which province they belong. Unarguably, one of the most curious aspects of this work is the „fragmentation“ of Dacia Mediterranea into nine urban(?) territories (among them four are eponyms of unknown until now town centers). Last but not least, another important information is the brief mention of “three small towns”, which lie between Naissus, Serdica, Pautalia and Germaneia. They are named Remesiana, Kratiskara and Kumudeva. While Remesiana is identified near the modern town of Biala Palanka (Serbia) and there are some ideas that Kratiskara has “inherited” the ancient residency near Kostinbrod (Bulgaria), for Kuimueva\Kumudeva there are almost no suggestions in the specialized literature.

The aim of the present paper is to introduce into scientific discussion the Burdo hill near the modern town of Breznik as a possible location of one of these unknown centers.