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      Valtazar Bogišić and the General Property Code for the Principality of Montenegro: Domestic and Foreign Associates [1]
      Vasilij Štrandman [Basil de Strandman], Balkanske Uspomene [Balkan Reminiscences]. Belgrade: Žagor, 2009, pp. 466. [1]
      Vasilije Dj. Krestić, Srbi u Ugarskoj 1790–1918 [Serbs in the Kingdom of Hungary, 1790–1918]. Novi Sad: Matica srpska, 2013, pp. 534 [1]
      Vassilaki Maria: Mother of God, Representations of the Virgin in Byzantine Art, Benaki Museum /20 October 2000 - 20 January 2001/, Athens-Milan 2000 [1]
      Vernacular authenticity in the current Serbian dialectology: a critical analysis [1]
      Verre médiéval aux Balkans (Vе–XVе s.) [1]
      Veselin Kostić, Britanija i Srbija: kontakti, veze i odnosi 1700–1860 [Great Britain and Serbia: Contacts, connections and relations 1700–1860]. Belgrade: Arhipelag, 2014, 536 p. [1]
      Vinča-Belo Brdo, a Late Neolithic Site in Serbia. Consideration of the Macro-Botanical Remains as Indicators of Dietary Habits [1]
      Virginia H. Aksan, Ottoman Wars 1700-1870: An Empire Besieged, Harlow: Pearson Longman 2007. [1]
      Visions of the Blessed Osanna of Kotor (Cattaro) [1]
      Vizantijski car i freske u priprati Mileševe [1]
      Vladimir Ćorović: The Last Polyhistor [1]
      Völker und Konfessionen Südosteuropas in den Deutschen Reisebeschreibungen des 16. und 17. Jhr. [1]
      Vučo Julijana (ed.): Current trends in teaching language and literature, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, 2007 [1]
      We are Happy if Our Children Learnt a Bit of Their Mother Tongue: The Szigetcsép Speech Community and Language Shift [1]
      Western amateurs in the Balkans and the end of history [1]
      What Exactly did Romanian Post-War Nationalism Mean [1]
      When was king Stefan the first-crowned included among the saints? A contribution to the study of royal “canonization” in medieval Serbia [1]
      When “They” Turn into “Us” or Remain “They”: Oral Discourse of the Serbs from Hungary [1]
      White City. The Оrigin оf Epic Fоrmula and Slavic Tоpоnym [1]