Paška Robinja (‘The Slave Girl of Pag’) is a folk drama first published in the magazine Zora Dalmatinska in 1846. It is traditionally performed during carnival season. The drama is linked to the Battle of Krbava Field. The Ottomans take a daughter of Ban Vlasko captive. The slave girl's fiancé, a son of Ban Derenčin, searches the town squares where the Ottomans sell their slaves. Having found her, he pretends to be a trader who wants to buy her. Although the drama did not originate on Pag, the people of Pag consider it their own and, over the centuries, it became an inseparable part of their cultural tradition.