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      E. Bláhová, Nejstarší staroslovenské homilie (Syntax a lexikon), Praha 1973 [1]
      E. Mutafov, I. Gergova, A. Kujumdžiev, E. Popova, E. Genova, D. Gonis: Greek icon painters in Bulgaria after 1453 [1]
      Easter songs - springtime songs of death and resurrection, Cd A: Ritual songs; Cd B: Dance songs; Collection - selection - musical supervision: Domna samiou; Domna amiou Greek [1]
      Eglise - société - Etat. L'Église orthodoxe serbe à la fin du XXe et au début du XXIe siècle [1]
      Eleftherios Venizelos, British Public Opinion and the Climax of Anglo-Hellenism (1915–1920) [1]
      Elena Ceauşescu’s Personality Cult and Romanian Television [1]
      Elena Dana Prioteasa, Medieval Wall Paintings in Transylvanian Orthodox Churches: Iconographic Subjects in Historical Context. Bucharest: Editura Academiei; Cluj-Napoca: Mega, 2016, 376 p., 139 ills. [1]
      Elizabeth Zachariadou, ed.: The Kapudan Pasha his Office and Domain, Crete University Press, Rethymon, 2002 [1]
      Emblematic motifs on baroque gates of Belgrade [1]
      Emilio Gentile: Il culto del littorio. La sacralizzazione della politica nell'Italia fascista, Roma, Bari, 1995 [1]
      Epigraphic and Archaeological Evidence Contributing to Identifying the Location and Character of Timacum Maius [1]
      Essay about Roman ancient times in the region of the Đerdap in the literary work of Bele de Gonde [1]
      Eulogiae Terrae Sanctae of St Sava of Serbia [1]
      Europe in the Balkan Mirror [1]
      Expressing Time in the Autobiographical Discourse of Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) from Kosovo and Metohija [1]
      Faschismus und Religion [1]
      Fleet Kate: The Ottoman empire in the eighteenth century, Oriente Moderno, nuova serie XVIII (LXXIX), 1 (Napoli 1999) [1]
      Flesh and bones: On literary and real codes in fairy tales [1]
      Foreword - The Eightieth Anniversary of the Institute for Balkan Studies (1934–2014) [1]
      Forms of cooperation between FR of Yugoslavia and the newly created Balkan states [1]