Bojana Plemić

Bojana Plemić
Academy of Applied Studies Belgrade · The College of Tourism Belgrade

PhD
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Education
January 2009 - April 2012
Faculty of Philosophy
Field of study
  • Art history

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Publications (14)
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The paper presents the findings regarding the cult of Mithra from the territory of the Southern and Middle Morava River valley, which are taken into consideration according to their iconographic characteristics, as well as within the historical-geographical circumstances of the area to which they belonged during the Roman era. On the basis of the a...
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A few votive monuments from the village of Nozrina in the vicinity of the town of Aleksinac (southern serbia) are currently housed in the National Museum in Kruševac, representing the accidental finds from the site of Mogile. These are the two previously published reliefs, depicting Helios/Apollo and God Mithras, which are analysed in detail herein...
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To this day only a few finds of the Hecate cult have been found in Upper Moesia. They include a single epigraphic monument – an inscribed architrave with a dedication to Hecate Trivia from Singidunum, along with the head of a statue now treasured in Smederevo Museum, a votive relief from Rgotina and a ceramic mold from Ulpiana. All these representa...
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In times of increased use of new technologies, they are applied on a daily basis in all spheres of human life including science. It is archaeology which uses different technological achievements, contributing significantly to the quality of research, i.e. being perhaps the most important factor for protecting a site since its interpretation is dire...
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In this paper is presented one stray find of a ceramic votive relief with representation of Serapis, found in the area of the necropolis from II-III century on the site of Ušće near Obrenovac. Apart from the iconographic analysis of the plate, the spread of the cult of Serapis in the Roman provinces was considered. Furthermore, the analysis of find...
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Atrakcije kulturno-istorijskog nasleđa, kao što su arheološki lokaliteti, srednjovekovni manastiri i utvrđeni gradovi, artiljerijske fortifikacije i sl., predstavljaju važan segment turističke ponude Srbije. Kada se radi o arheološkim ostacima, izuzev nekoliko lokaliteta iz doba praistorije, poput Lepenskog vira, Vinče ili Drenovca, najveći potenci...
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After a decade of waiting, in autumn of 2017, Belgrade got a new shopping centre in Rajićeva Street, constructed on the site of the former trolley-bus turnaround. Given its specific location, preliminary archeological excavations had been conducted up to the construction revealing significant remains of Roman Singidunum: a fragment of a ditch aroun...
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The paper presents cultural projects and international co-operation primarily regional type, in which are included the local archaeological sites, in order to point to the experience and the benefits derived from them. Besides the promotion of tourism aimed at the wider European market, where the cultural roads linking the heritage of Europe with t...
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This paper presents the archaeological park Mediana as one of the most important Roman sites in Serbia. Despite its remarkable findings and the fact that is included in the cultural route entitled 'Road of Roman Emperors in Serbia,' Mediana still has not been properly presented or prepared for tourism. After conducted evaluation, we came to the con...
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During the archaeological excavations in Mediana in 2001, the head of a marble statuette of exceptional beauty and craftsmanship was discovered. It was an isolated discovery, the sculpture probably having been imported from some Greek artistic centre or an eastern Mediterranean workshop, presenting a part of a larger ensemble of sculptures that had...

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