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ON HERZOG STEFAN KOSAČA (1435-1466) AND HIS TESTAMENT

ON HERZOG STEFAN KOSAČA (1435-1466) AND HIS TESTAMENT

Old Serbian noble and ruler family of Kosače originated from the village of the same name in vicinity of Goražde

KING TVRTKO I,  THE REBUILDER OF SERBIAN STATEHOOD

KING TVRTKO I, THE REBUILDER OF SERBIAN STATEHOOD

When Tvrtko I Kotromanić came into power (1353), his most often title was “Bosnian ban” which emphasizes Bosnia and its

BOSNIAN CHURCH AS AN OFFSHOT OF ANCHORITE MONASTICISM

BOSNIAN CHURCH AS AN OFFSHOT OF ANCHORITE MONASTICISM

All attempts to have the heretical character of the Bosnian church, as it was considered by both Western and Eastern

KING STEFAN TVRTKO I KOTROMANIĆ

KING STEFAN TVRTKO I KOTROMANIĆ

Tvrtko was the son of Vladislav, brother of ban Stefan II Kotromanić (1314 – 1353), and Jelena, daughter of a

BOSNIAN BISHOPRIC AS INHERITOR OF SERBIAN BISHOPRIC TRADITIONS IN THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD

BOSNIAN BISHOPRIC AS INHERITOR OF SERBIAN BISHOPRIC TRADITIONS IN THE MEDIEVAL PERIOD

After their arrival to Balkan Peninsula and acceptance of Christianity, Serbian people found itself on territories being, in terms of

LANGUAGE AND LETTER IN MEDIEVAL BOSNIAN STATE – CHARTERS AND LETTERS

LANGUAGE AND LETTER IN MEDIEVAL BOSNIAN STATE – CHARTERS AND LETTERS

The identity of the medieval Bosnian state is reflected in the language and alphabet used on its territory. Many lay

RELIGIOUS IDEOLOGY OF MEDIEVAL TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS FROM BOSNIA AND ZACHLUMIA

RELIGIOUS IDEOLOGY OF MEDIEVAL TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS FROM BOSNIA AND ZACHLUMIA

Connection of decorative and artistic representations on tombstones from medieval Bosnia with Bogomilism and its religious conceptions was established in

CORONATION OF STEFAN TVRTKO I KOTROMANIĆ AND ADOPTION OF THE ROYAL COAT OF ARMS

CORONATION OF STEFAN TVRTKO I KOTROMANIĆ AND ADOPTION OF THE ROYAL COAT OF ARMS

As great-grandson of king Stefan Dragutin, who ruled Usora and Soli (contemporary north Bosnia) from 1284 – 1316, and after

BOSNIA AND OLD SLAVIC LITERARY HERITAGE

BOSNIA AND OLD SLAVIC LITERARY HERITAGE

Beginnings of church literature, and therefore literacy as well, in medieval Bosnia are in close correlation with spread of Christianity

CYRILLIC CURSIVE WRITING IN MEDIEVAL BOSNIA

CYRILLIC CURSIVE WRITING IN MEDIEVAL BOSNIA

Cursive type of Cyrillic formed in state or court chancellery during reign of king Milutin, became in the XIV century

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