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DUPL. Vladimir Ćorović: The Last Polyhistor
New Jerusalmes. The Translation of Sacred Spaces in Christian Culture
The Serbian Radical movement 1881-1903: A historical aspect
Focusing on the initial stage (until 1903) of the Serbian Radical movement the paper attempts to delineate and explicate the main phases of its political maturation. In its initial stage Serbian Radicalism passed through ...
Cilices у Сингидунуму. Белешке из војничке топиграфије и епиграфике / The Cilicians in Singidunum: Notes on military epigraphy and topography
The lamp stamped Cilices, dating from the Severan epoch and found at Singidunum (Moesia Superior) but overlooked by modern scholars, offers interesting additional evidence on the Cilices contirones, attested by the ...
Prehistoric Southeastern Europe in the works of Dragoslav Srejović
The paper recognizes the most important results in the study of prehistoric cultures and sites in southeastern Europe. The fieldwork and scholarly research of Dragoslav Srejovic covers all epochs of prehistoric archeology ...
Patriarch Ephrem: A late medieval saintly cult / Патријарх Јефрем - један позносредњовековни светитељски култ
(Institute for Byzantine Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2006)
Patriarch Ephrem, monk and hermit, writer and saint, Bulgarian-born but twice the leader of the Serbian Church (1375-78 and 1389-92), is an outstanding figure of the late medieval Balkans. His "life and works" are discussed ...
Religijski idenitet i migracije: Rumuni iz Banata u Severnoj Americi
(Religija i tolerancijaReligija i tolerancija, 2016)
In this paper we have tried to show different aspects of the Romanian emigration from the Serbian Banat, from the perspective of religious migration. The material collected for the purposes of this paper came to be result ...
Serbian folk lyrical poems in 'Αττική Ίρις ' / Српска Народна лирика у часопису „Αττηκη Ιρισ“
Martzokis translated 12 Serbian folk lyrical poems after the Italian translations. The collection was published in "Iris of Attica" between 1903 and 1905. Martzokis' work is, on one hand, a successful poetically inspired ...
From Paris to Lausanne: Aspects of Greek-Yugoslav Relations during the First Interwar Years (1919–1923)
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2016)
This paper looks at the course of Greek-Yugoslav relations from the Paris Peace Conference to the Treaty of Lausanne. Following the end of the First World War Greece and the newly-created Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and ...
Bulgarian Crimes against Civilians in Occupied Serbia during the First World War
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2013)
Since sufferings of civilian populations during the First World War in Europe, especially war crimes perpetrated against civilians, have - unlike the political and military history of the Great War - only recently become ...