Jovan Erdeljanović was born in Pančevo, Austria-Hungary. He studied at the universities of Vienna, Berlin, Leipzig and Prague. In , the student obtained his. Jovan Erdeljanovic – Srbi u – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or view presentation slides online. Jovan Erdeljanović (11 November – 12 February ) was a Serbian and Yugoslav ethnologist. Biography Jovan Erdeljanović was born in Pančevo.

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He studied at the universities of ViennaBerlinLeipzig and Prague. He remained at the University until and was member of Serbian Academy of Sciences. His works are influenced by ideas of evolutionism and Yugoslavism and he represented the theory that Yugoslavs are people of one blood and one origin. He studied at the universities of Vienna, Berlin, Leipzig and Prague.

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Tragovi najstarijeg slovenskog sloja u Ban He began his scientific career as a geographer and geologist, and continued his activity as a human geographer and sociologist. September 29] in Loznica, then part of the Principality of Serbia. Bjelica is a Serbian and Montenegrin surname, mostly found in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and to a lesser extent in Croatia.

The surname is derived from the historical clan region of Bjelice, in Old Montenegro. The vast majority of bearers of the surname are Eastern Orthodox Serbian Orthodox Church and declare as ethnic Serbs and Montenegrins, although there are some Muslims Bosniaks and Catholics Croats with the surname. Most of the Orthodox maintain the tradition of slava patron saint veneration of St.

John the Baptist Jovanjdan – other slavas are present as well such as St Paraskevi, i.

It may refer to the following people: Montenegro had enjoyed de facto independence from the Ottoman Empire sincebut it only received formal international recognition as an independent principality in Montenegro was ruled from its inception by vladikas prince-bishopswho had a dual temporal and spiritual role. However, since Orthodox bishops are required to be celibate, the crown passed from uncle to nephew.

His successor, Nikola I, raised Montenegro to a kingdom in He was formally deposed by the Podgorica Assembly inand Montenegro was annexed by Serbia, which in turn merged in He extensively documented the flora of Serbia, and is credited with having classified many species of plants which were erdeljanovjc to the botanical community erdeljahovic that time.

He is regarded as the father of Serbian botany. He graduated in in The tribes of Montenegro Montenegrin and Serbian: Many tribes were united into the Principality of Montenegro — The town has a population of 13, while the municipality has frdeljanovic, inhabitants.

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In the 9th and 10th centuries, this area was populated by Slavs and Romanians[3] and Alibunar is a town and municipality located in the South Banat District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. Alibunar erdeljanogic and Alibunar municipality have a population of 2, and 19, respectively.

Before the Ottoman rule, Alibunar was known as “Krsturnica”. Inhabited places Map of Alibunar municipality Alibunar municipality encompasses of town of Alibunar, town of Banatski Karlovac, erdeljaovic following villages: Serbs have been documented in Croatia from as early as the year Their ethnogenesis is unknown. Today, their name is preserved in Serbian legends and myths, while their name is sometimes used in Montenegro as derogative.


The place name is probably derived from an old Slavonic term and meant location of marsh. The altitude above sea level is 77 meters. The southern city quarters are located on the bank of Those who emigrated to Hungary were largely assimilated, and assumed Hungarian or Croatian designation.

Bunjevci are mainly Roman Catholic, and speak a Bunjevac dialect of Croatian language with Ikavian pronunciation and with certain archaic characteristics. Ethnology The Bunjevci are a South Slavic The Serbs of Croatia Erdeljznovic Srbi u Hrvatskoj, Serbian Cyrillic: The community is predominantly Eastern Orthodox Christian by religion, as opposed to the Croats who are Roman Catholic.

In some regions of modern-day Croatia, mainly in southern Dalmatia, ethnic Serbs have been present from the Early Middle Ages.

In exchange for land and exemption from taxation, they had to conduct military service and participate in the protection of the Habsburg Monarchy’s border against the Ottoman Empire. After the creation of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia ina few thousa The village is inhabited by ethnic Albanians of the Roman Catholic drdeljanovic.

In the next one, Map showing erdelmanovic cities in Vojvodina. Map showing all cities and towns in Vojvodina. This is a list of cities, towns and villages in Vojvodina, a province of Serbia.

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The Piperi are regarded as one of the most bellicose tribes during the wars with the Ottoman Empire, in the history of Montenegro. History Piperi were first mentioned in Venetian documents at the beginning of the 15th century.

Mariano Bolizza recorded in that the Piperi had a total of houses, of Serbian Orthodox faith. The village has a Serb ethnic majority Lale Drekalov Serbian Cyrillic: His father was chieftain Drekale and his mother, the daughter of a local chieftain.

He was first married to unnamed wife from Kas It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The town has a Serb ethnic majority and a population numbering 2, people census. Vraka Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: The Serb-Montenegrin community in Albania is estimated to number ca. In the latest censuscitizens had the option to declare as “Montenegrins” did so.

The population is concentrated in the region of Vraka. The community is bilingual and by majority adhere to Eastern Orthodoxy, while a minority professes Islam. Most of the community arrived in Albania during the Zogist period and between and During the rule of Enver Hoxha, they were forced to ch Most of the tribe’s history prior to the 16th century has naturally been passed on through oral history. Although the unofficial center is Andrijevica in north-eastern Montenegro, the tribe stems from Lijeva Rijeka in central Montenegro.

These tribes later migrated to the Komovi mountains The town’s name originated from Hyd Var, which means “Guard near border crossing” in Hungarian. Untilvillage was situated at location known as “Staro Selo”, and in that year it was moved to its current position.


The Banjica concentration camp German: Located in the Banjica neighborhood of Dedinje—a suburb of Belgrade—it was originally used by the Germans as a center for holding hostages. Bymost executions occurred at the firing ranges at Jajinci, Marinkova Bara and the Jewish cemetery. Banjica was operational from July to October It was jointly run by German occupying forces under the command of Gestapo official Willy Friedrich. Later, Friedrich was tried, found guilty and executed for war crimes by Yugoslavia’s post-war communist authorities.

After the war, a small monument dedicated to the victims of the camp was constructed.

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The Museum of the Banjica Concentratio Rrdeljanovic the consolidation of the Montenegrin state, in the Ottoman period see also Montenegro VilayetOld Montenegro was made up of the Montenegrin tribes Montenegrin and Serbian Latin: It included four territorial units, nahije: Tribes Tribes, divided by erdeljanocic.

Its bearers are ethnic Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks. It may refer to: Skorenovac map Skorenovac Serbian: The village has a Hungarian ethnic majority Inthe population of Gyurgyova numbered people. The village has a total population of 3, censuswith a Serb ethnic majority and a Romanian minority.

Name The name of the village is derived from the Turkish word deli “Mad” and Serbian word “blato” “mud”thus the full meaning in English would be “Mad mud”. Deliblato received its name from its situation in the sandy area. According to one theory, the sandy area, in the vastness of the river Danube, became very muddy during long rain periods in ancient times.

The road passing through the area had been easier to cross due to the mixing of mud and sand, thus travelers called this place Deliblato. Sloveni however, the notion of the lake marked by the word ‘mud’ and it is not excluded that the current village got its name from the large pond that lies around it.

The remains include part of old church and part of the building which supposedly was the palace of the prince, as well as several hundred coins that originated from central and western Europe and pieces of golden and silver jewels. Famous archaeological Bronze Age artifacts from Dupljaja are the so-called “Dupljajska kolica” “the carts from Dupljaja” in Englishwhich are about 3, years old.

He studied ethnology at the Erdejlanovic of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy between and He worked as a teacher in Croatia and Bosnia, while during the eve of World War II joined the partisan movement and Yugoslav communist party. The upper part of the tribal region is called Brskut.

Their past can be followed from the battle of Kosovo and it represents one bright thread through a very dark history of Montenegro in the years after The erdeljanoviv of inhabitants are Orthodox Christian while a Muslim and Roman Catholic minority exists.