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      Main directives for studying social structure of Serbia population in the period of Roman domination according to epigraphic material [1]
      Malachite finds in Vinča culture: Evidence of early copper metallurgy in Serbia [1]
      Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo [1]
      Manufacture and use of Neolithic ground stone tools with a cutting edge - experimental researche and comparative traceological analyses [1]
      Medieval archaeological heritage in the south of the Carpathian-pannonian region: the "Bjelo brdo complex" in Serbia [1]
      MESO 2015. The 9th International Conference on the Mesolithic in Europe, Belgrade, Serbia, September 14th-18th [1]
      Mesto i uloga eksperimentalne i iskustvene arheologije u interpretaciji prošlosti [1]
      METAL DELM - metal avrelianis contribution to the study of mining coins and anonymous quadrantes [1]
      Mezolitska i neolitska kamena industrija Đerdapa [1]
      Michel Leiris - Ethnologist in search of meanings [1]
      Micro-Raman and infrared analysis of medieval pottery findings from Branicevo, Serbia [1]
      Microstructural, Mineralogical and Petrographical Characteristics of the Medieval Ceramics from the Studenica Monastery (UNESCO World Heritage Site): Implications on the Pottery Technology and Provenance of The Raw Material [1]
      Milena Pavlović Barilli's pictorial poetics and Viminacium landscape [1]
      Military graves from the Late Roman necropolis at slog in Ravna (Timacum Minus) [1]
      Military iconography from 3rd - 5th century AD in the territory of Illyricum [1]
      Mislilac iz Medvednjaka [1]
      Monumental altar from Singidunum with scenes of a sacrificial procession: Pompa et immolatio [1]
      Monumentalni spomenik iz Singidunuma sa predstavama žrtvene procesije - Pompa et immolatio [1]
      Morphological appearance of muscle attachment sites on lower limbs: Horse riders versus agricultural population [1]
      Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans) [1]