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Patterns of martyrial sanctity in the royal ideology of medieval Serbia continuity and change
Especially important for the development of the holy king concept with the Serbs appears to be the early period of Serbian sovereignty, initially in Zeta, and subsequently in Raška under Stefan Nemanja and his descendants. ...
Serbo-Albanian bank in Albania 1925-1927
The Serbo-Albanian Bank was founded at Cetinje in 1922, at the time Yugoslav-Albanian diplomatic relations were established, with the purpose of opening its branch offices in Albania in order to contribute to closer economic ...
The ephemeral Croatian orthodox church and its Bosnian extension / L’éphémère Eglise orthodoxe croate et son prolongement bosniaque
The so-called Croatian Orthodox Church was an ephemeral creation of the Ustachi regime founded in 1942 in Croatia. The analysis of its founder Malsinov, an archbishop of the Russian Orthodox Church in exile, doubtlessly ...
New Jerusalmes. The Translation of Sacred Spaces in Christian Culture
Such were the times Serbian peasant women born in the 1920s and 1930s and the stories of their lives
Eight life stories of peasant women from Serbia born in the 1920s and 1930s serve as a basis for analyzing two phenomena characteristic of the Serbian patriarchal family: marriage against the woman's will and her subordinate ...
Heroic themes of the Trojan cycle in Roman funerary art example of a relief from Pincum
The fragment of a marble relief from Roman Pincum (modern-day Veliko Gradište, Serbia) showing Achilles and Hector inspires to explore the symbolic meaning of this mythological composition and to examine other relief's ...
Pre-roman and Roman Dardania historical and geographical considerations
This paper on Pre-Roman and Roman Dardania is an attempt to review, in a somewhat restricted article form, several important issues marking the development of the Dardanian areas in a period between the earliest references ...
A Small Dialectological Atlas of the Balkan Languages
Romanian-Serbian relations and the Banat question during the First World War / Les relations roumano-serbes et la question du Banat durant la Première Guerre mondiale
Relations between Serbia and Romania throughout the war are viewed from the standpoint of the two countries' rivaling claims on the Banat and within the framework of power balance in the Allied camp with an emphasis on the ...
Nation-building under the Austro-Hungarian sceptre Croat-Serb antagonism and cooperation
In the nineteenth century many European nations, including Serbs and Croats became politically conscious of their "nationhood", which became a contributory factor in the crumbling of the two great empires in Central-East ...