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DUPL. Vladimir Ćorović: The Last Polyhistor
Herbert Vivian. A British Traveller in Late Nineteenth-Century Serbia
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2013)
The famous British journalist and author Herbert Vivian (1865-1940) visited Serbia twice (1896 and 1903). On his first visit he stayed for several months in order to research into everyday life, customs, political situation ...
Heritage and Memory of the First World War in Greece during the Interwar Period: A Historical Perspective
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2018)
The memory of the First World War in Greece has suffered throughout the years a gradual decline, which is comparable to the case of many other countries, mostly in areas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe. The Great War ...
Great Britain, the Little Entente and the Genoa Conference of 1922
(Beograd : Institut za savremenu istoriju, 2011)
This article examines the British policy towards the Little Entente alliance comprised of Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Romania in connexion with the preparation and proceedings of the Genoa Conference of 1922. In doing ...
To picture and to perform: The image of the Eucharistic liturgy at Markov Manastir (II)
The themes in the sanctuary decoration at Markov Manastir (Christ Emmanuel, Virgin Orans, Descent of the Holy Spirit on the Apostles), whose peculiar iconographic elements reveal the mysteries of the Holy Trinity and the ...
Crops and Wild Plants from Early Iron Age Kalakača, Northern Serbia: Comparing Old and New Archaeobotanical Data
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2015)
The “old” archaeobotanical analysis of charred plant remains hand-picked in the 1970’s from several pit-features at Early Iron Age Kalakača in Vojvodina, northern Serbia was conducted by Willem van Zeist and published by ...
Augustan Conquest of the Balkans in the Light of Triumphal Monuments
(Skopje : Society for Classical Studies "Živa Antika" Skopje, 2011)
The article offers an interpretation of inscriptions from the Sebasteion of Aphrodisias in Caria that represent Roman victories in the Balkans during the reign of Augustus. Six inscriptions from sc. ἔθνη series commemorate ...
The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija. The Historical and Spiritual Heartland of the Serbian People. Editor-in-Chief Bishop Maxim (Vasiljević), Chief Contributing Editor Dušan T. Bataković. Los Angeles 2015, 1007 p.
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2016)
Criminal offenses and violence in medieval Kotor (1326 - 1337)
(Zagreb : Hrvatski institut za povijest, 2014)
The topic of the paper is the analysis of the types of criminal offenses mentioned in the earliest preserved judicial notary documents of Kotor (1326 - 1337), and which are defined and sanctioned by the Statute of Kotor. ...
Serbs in Romania. Relationship between Ethnic and Religious Identity
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2012)
The paper looks at the role of religion in the ethnic identity of the Serbs in Romania, based on the fieldwork conducted in August 2010 among the Serbian communities in the Danube Gorge (Rom. Clisura Dunării; loc. Ser. ...