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      'Ash fell from the skies to the earth': The eruption of the Vesuvius in 1631 AD and the Balkan lands [1]
      'Les Balkans à l'époque ottoman' (sous la responsabilité de Daniel Panzac), Revue du Monde Musulman et de la Méditerranée, 66 (1992/4) 1-158 [1]
      'Protimesis' Byzantine et le droit de préemption chez les Slaves du sud [1]
      'Retrospective' section in the Serbian Pavilion at the 1911 Universal Exposition in Rome: An artistic cross-section of the period [1]
      23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Belgrade, 22–27 August 2016 [1]
      A Balkan-style French revolution?: The 1804 Serbian uprising in European perspective [1]
      A Beleaguered Church The Serbian Orthodox Church in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) 1941–1945 [1]
      A contribution to the study of the reception of John Milton in the South Slavonic countries [1]
      A Difficult and Silent Return. Italian Exiles from Dalmatia and Yugoslav Zadar/Zara after the Second World War [1]
      A generation gap in late fifth-century-BC Athens [1]
      A Millennium of Belgrade (Sixth-Sixteenth Centuries): A Short Overview [1]
      A propos des pauvres dans les jugements derniers post-Byzantins [1]
      A propos du futur et de la modalité: Description du futur en valaque - dialecte daco-roumain de Serbie orientale [1]
      A Scholarly Project of National Significance Accomplished [1]
      A Small Dialectological Atlas of the Balkan Languages [1]
      A Ten Years’ War: Aspects of the Greek Historiography on the First World War [1]
      A third Balkan war: France and the allied attempts at creating a new Balkan alliance 1914-1915 [1]
      A travelling speculator (CIL III 1650) a glimpse of the everyday life of the principales through the window of Roman funerary art [1]
      Actele simpozionului: Banatul, trecut istoric şi cultural, Editura Marineasa, Timişoara - Novi Sad - Reşiţa, 2005 [1]
      Activities of Father Nikolai Velimirovich in Great Britain during the Great War [1]