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      Painted Decoration from a Viminacium Tomb [1]
      Painted pottery and culinary practices: Use-alteration analysis of painted pottery from the site of Starčevo-Grad [1]
      Painted pottery of the Early and Middle Neolithic of the Central Balkans - between style and practice [1]
      Palaeoenvironment and geoconservation of mammoths from the Nosak loess-palaeosol sequence (Drmno, northeastern Serbia): Initial results and perspectives [1]
      Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history [1]
      Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia) [1]
      Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia) [1]
      Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia) [1]
      Palmyrene Funerary Sculptures from Singidunum [1]
      Particular ceramic forms in the central Balkan and northern shores of the Aegean sea in the late bronze age [1]
      Particular Types of Bowls as Heralds of a New Age in the Balkans [1]
      Paulje, mound XI (mound K): new absolute dates and provenience of the earliest amber finds in Serbia [1]
      Peacock as a Sign in the Late Antique and Early Christian Art [1]
      People behind the Faces: Iconography and its Meaning on Funerary Monuments in the Western Parts of the Central Balkans' Roman Provinces [1]
      Perforated coins from graves at the Viminacium necropolis of Pećine [1]
      Perforated coins from graves at the Viminacium necropolis of Više Grobalja [1]
      Personal ornaments from osseous and lithic raw materials in the Vinča culture [1]
      Phenomenon of Disneyfication: The Necessity in Archaeological Heritage Protection? [1]
      Physical-anthropological traits of inhabitants of urban and rural settlements of the province Dacia Meditterranea in the 4th-7th century [1]
      Pictorial Elements and Principles in the Creation of the Ancient Image Using the Example of Viminacium Funerary Paintings [1]