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Bronze Age in Serbia
- The Bronze Age, the period whose archaeological survey is the theme of this exhibition, represents in history, art and socio-economic relations, an important stage in the earliest history of Europe. Draga Garasanin.
A Contribution to the Solution of Some Slavic Migrations in the Early Middle Ages
- Collect problems of origin and spreading of Slavic tribes are complex and are the subject matter of penetrating of many observers since 12th century. The authors, who deal with these problems, are facing with the fact of fewness of archaeological data. Historical resources have been silent for a long time, and when the first reliable traces begin to appear about them, they are already dealing with the multitude people which covers vast territory.
Forms of Burial in the Territory of Yugoslavia in the Time of the Roman Empire
- basic division is: Roman grave-forms; alien grave-forms of non-Roman origin; and autochthonous grave-forms. Graves have been classified into these groups on the basis of an analysis of the following elements: manner of burial; grave-form; grave-goods; chronology; distribution; origin; and ethno-cultural traits.
Industrial Heritage in Serbia
- The focus of research is on physical remains of old industries, regardless of whether the original production processes are retained or not, while the realms of crafts, non-mechanized manufacture and history of technical sciences are of secondary interest.
The Iron Age Princely Tomb Pećka Banja in Metohija
- For thousands of years this area has saw the development of rich Neolithic agricultural civilizations, such as Starčevo and Vinča cultures.
Kosovo And Metohia In The Middle Ages
- One of the justifications for the aggression of the West upon Yugoslavia has been found in the defense of the presumed historical rights of the Albanians, the so-called Kosovars, upon Kosovo and Metohia.
Legacy of Medieval Serbia
- The discovery of complex hunter-gatherers, a kind of society and economy now virtually extinct, is one of the major archaeological advances of the last two decades.
The Serbs in the Balkans in the light of Archaeological Findings
- A medley of historical circumstances was the reason that the Serbs started living together only after the formation of Yugoslavia in 1918. But even then, the union of the Serbs was not complete. History and archaeology did not realize the Serbian ethnic area as a whole, except for a few exceptions.
A Slab-cist Grave Discovered at Văleni-Dâmboviţa
- In fall 1999 on a hill southwest from the village Văleni-Dâmboviţa, county Dâmboviţa, in the Subcarpathian region of Valachia, was founded by an accident a grave which was disturbed by a treasure-hunter. A rescue excavation on the spot identified a slab-cist grave dug into a natural hilltop and later covered by an artificial mound.
Slavs in Antiquity
- During the 5th century, as the stabilization of life had begun, the process of formation of the early medieval Slavic cultures took place: Prague-Korchak culture on the basis of Przeworsk remains; Pen'kovka culture on the basis of Podolia-Dnieper variant of Cherniakhov culture with the participation of northern immigrants; the culture of Pskov Long Barrows; Imen'kovo culture and some other small ones.
Slavs in the Early Middle Ages
- The Slavs in the beginning of the Middle Ages settled in the extended territories of Central and Eastern Europe from the Elbe in the west up to the Don in the east and from the coast of the Baltic sea in the north up to Peloponnessos in the south and were differentiated in several dialect-tribal formations.
Vinca: Center of the Neolithic culture of the Danubian region
- Vinca is singled out in the archaeological science as a reliable benchmark in examining the emergence and development of a number of Neolithic and Copper Ages cultures in the middle and south-eastern Europe.
Romans Rise from the Waters
- From Inter Press Service News, after 15 years of pause, archaeological excavations have been resumed in Serbia, an area rich with remains of ancient Roman sites along the Danube and Sava rivers. (November 01, 2003)
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