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      Danica Popović, Branislav Todić and Dragan Vojvodić: The Dečani desert. The sketae and kellia of the monastery of Dečani, Institute for Balkan Studies and Interdepartmental Committee of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts for the Study of Kosovo and Metohija, Belgrade, 2011 [1]
      Darko Tanasković: Neo-ottomanism: Turkey's Return to the Balkans, JP Službeni glasnik, Belgrade, 2010 [1]
      Das Problem der Ethnogenese im antiken Griechenland [1]
      David Urquhart’s Perceptions of the Eastern Question. The Affairs of Serbia [1]
      De la Grèce rêvée à la Grèce vécue. L’armée d’Orient dans une interculturalité complexe [1]
      Dejan Đokić, Nikola Pašić and Ante Trumbić: The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Haus Publishing, London, 2010 and Elusive Compromise: A History of Interwar Yugoslavia, Hurst & Company, London, 2007, pp. 250 [1]
      Denominations of 'Squill' in the Balkan languages [1]
      Deux necropolis de la Grande migration des peoples à Viminacium [1]
      Developing Cultural Identity in the Balkans: Convergence vs. Divergence, eds. Raymond Detrez & Pieter Plas [1]
      Did the ancient Greeks know of collective tyranny? [1]
      Dimitris Tsiovas, ed.: Greece and the Balkans. Identities, perceptions and cultural encounters since the enlightenment, Ashgate, Aldershort, 2004 [1]
      Dimitris Tsiovas: The other self. Selfhood and society in modern Greek fiction, Lexington Books, Oxford, 2003 [1]
      Divine Rape as Funeral Motif: Example of Stela from Viminacium [1]
      Divine rape as funeral motif: Example of stela from Viminacium [1]
      Documents on the foreign policy of the Kingdom of Serbia 1903-1914: Book II for the years 1906 and 1907, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, 2004, 2006 [1]
      Dolphin representations on stelae from Upper Moesia [1]
      Dominic Lieven, The End of Tsarist Russia: The March to World War I and Revolution. New York: Penguin Books, 2015, 443 p. [1]
      Donia Robert J., Fine John V.A.Jr.: Bosnia and Hercegovina: A tradition betrayed, Columbia University Press, New York, 1994 + Donia Robert J. : Sarajevo: A biography, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2006 [1]
      Dositej Obradović and the Greek Enlightenment [1]
      Douglas Wilson Johnson. A Forgotten Member of the Royal Serbian Academy of Sciences [1]