No. XXVIII (1997)

Prehistoric Southeastern Europe in the Works of Dragoslav Srejović

Nikola Tasić
Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Published 01.12.1997


  • Southeastern Europe,
  • prehistory,
  • archaeology,
  • Dragoslav Srejović,
  • Balkans

How to Cite

Tasić, N. (1997). Prehistoric Southeastern Europe in the Works of Dragoslav Srejović. Balcanica - Annual of the Institute for Balkan Studies, (XXVIII), 7–14. Retrieved from


The paper recognizes the most important results in the study of prehistoric cultures and sites in southeastern Europe. The fieldwork and scholarly research of Dragoslav Srejovic covers all epochs of prehistoric archeology from Paleolithic stations in Montenegro and Mesolithic sites in the Đerdap through studies of Neolithic art, to the Bronze and Iron ages. His research was not restricted to material cultures alone, but problems pertaining to cultural and chronological relations, art and ethnological determinations of archeological material from the 1st millennium BC.


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