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Bitola is very rich in monuments from the prehistoric period.Two important ones are Veluška Tumba, and Bara Tumba near the village of Porodin.In Byzantine times, the name was Hellenized to Voutélion (Βουτέλιον) or Vitólia (Βιτώλια), hence the names Butella used by William of Tyre and Butili by the Arab geographer al-Idrisi.During the ruling of Radomir Gavril(1014–1015) Bitola is mentioned under the name of Buteliu. The Greek name for the city (Monastíri, Μοναστήρι), also meaning "monastery", is a calque of the Slavic name.Bitola has a mild humid continental climate typical of the Pelagonija region, experiencing warm and dry summers, and cold and snowy winters.The Köppen climate classification for this climate is Cfb.
Some of its bishops were mentioned in the acts of the Church Councils, including Bishop Evagrius of Heraclea in the Acts of the Sardica Council of 343 AD.
From the Copper Age there are the settlements of Tumba near the village of Crnobuki, Šuplevec near the village of Suvodol, and Visok Rid near the village of Bukri.
The Bronze Age is represented by the settlements of Tumba near the village of Kanino and the settlement with the same name near the village of Karamani.
In the 6th and 7th centuries, the region around Bitola experienced a demographic shift as more and more Slavic tribes settled in the area.
In place of the deserted theater, several houses were built during that time.