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Wine and the vine in Upper Moesia archaeological and epigraphic evidence
Vine-growing and winemaking in the area of the Roman province of Upper Moesia are looked at based on the information supplied by the ancient sources, and the archaeological and epigraphic evidence (inscriptions, artistic ...
Anglophiles in Balkan Christian states (1862-1920)
The life stories of five Balkan Anglophiles emerging in the nineteenth century - two Serbs, Vladimir Jovanović (Yovanovich) and Čedomilj Mijatović (Chedomille Mijatovich); two Greeks, Ioannes (John) Gennadios and Eleutherios ...
The port of Salonica in Yugoslav foreign policy 1919-1941
This paper explores the importance of the Greek port of Salonica (Thessaloniki) for Yugoslav foreign policy-makers during the interwar period. It suggests that, apart from economic interests, namely securing trade facilities ...
In the shadow of the Macedonian issue international realignments and Balkan repercussions: From the Greek-Yugoslav agreements of 18 June 1959 to the 1960 crisis in relations between Athens and Belgrade
The 1960s were a decade of important developments in the Balkans. Skopje's stirring up of the issue of the supposed 'Macedonian' minority led to a series of diplomatic clashes between Greece and Yugoslavia, culminating in ...
The ideal of Balkan unity from a European perspective (1789-1945)
The federal movement in the Balkans is especially interesting, not because it was an ideological trend based on distinctive local characteristics, but precisely because it emerged concurrently with similar political and ...
Imagining the Serbs revisionism in the recent historiography of nineteenth-century Serbian history
The end of the Cold War has brought about a complete change of the political and social context in the world. Consequently, history, as a scholarly discipline, has also undergone a significant transformation. In this broader ...