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  • Illustrations Accompanying Articles in This Issue

Jelena Bogdanović, "On the Architecture of the Konaks in Serbia (1804-1830s)," pp. 161-80


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Figure B-1.


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Figure B-3.

(Figure B-2 on following page)


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Figure B-2.


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Figure B-4.


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Figure B-5.


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Figure B-6.


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Figure B-7.


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Figure B-8.


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Figure B-9.


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Figure B-10.


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Figure B-11.


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Figure B-12.


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Figure B-13.


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Figure B-15.

(Figure B-14 on following page)


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Figure B-14.

Ljubomir Milanović, "Picturing the New Middle Class: Two 19th Century Portraits of Serbian Women," pp. 181-90


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Figure M-2.


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Figure M-4.


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Figure M-5.

Jelena Milojkovic-Djurić, "Mutual Illuminations: Articulating National Legacies in the Balkans and Eastern Europe around the Turn of the Nineteenth Century," pp. 191-200


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Figure MD-1.

Paja Jovanović, The Migration of Serbs, 1896. National Museum, Belgrade, Sebia.


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Figure MD-2.

Arpad Feszty, The Arrival of the Magyars 1895. Budapest, National Museum Special Collection.


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Figure MD-3.

Mykola Ivansiuk, Hetman Khmelnytsky's Entry into Kyiv, 1912. National Museum of Art, Kyiv.

Sofija Korać, "Accessible Serbia: Legal Reforms and Persons with Disabilities," pp. 201-18


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School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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Figure K-4.

School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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Figure K-5.

School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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School for the Visually Impaired "Veljko Ramadanović" (formerly House for the Blind King Aleksandar I) in Belgrade


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National Bank of Serbia in Belgrade


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Office building in Belgrade


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Figure K-9.

Residential building in Belgrade

Marko Popović, "Physics in Serbia: From Personal Achievements to Institutions," pp. 255-70


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Atanasije Stojković, oil portrait by Pavel Djurković, Gallery of Matica Srpska, Novi Sad, Serbia.


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Cover page of the first volume of FISIKA 1801, by Atanasije Stojković. Library of Institute of Physics, Belgrade


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Monument with bust of Djordje Stanojević, in front of the Serbian Electrical Company building, Belgrade


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Figure P-4.

Milutin Milanković, oil portrait by Paja Jovanović, 1943 (Location unknown).


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Figure P-5.

Cover page of "Canon," the principal scientific work by Milutin Milanković, Belgrade, 1941, Library of Institute of Physics, Belgrade...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1941-9511
Print ISSN
0742-3330
Launched on MUSE
2011-03-17
Open Access
No
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