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Medieval Bosnia and South-East European Relations: Political, Religious, and Cultural Life at the Adriatic Crossroads
edited by Dženan Dautovic, Emir O. Filipovic and Neven Isailović
Arc Humanities Press, 2019
Cloth: 978-1-64189-022-9 | eISBN: 978-1-64189-023-6

<p >As a small, landlocked country, medieval Bosnia managed topreserve its individuality, characterized by religious plurality and by thepersistence of its own ancient customs. But its central position in the region,situated between east and west, and between Catholic and Orthodox Christianity,meant it was heavily influenced, both politically and culturally by theVenetian Republic, the Hungarian Kingdom, and the Byzantine Empire. Due to languageissues and scarcity of sources, this region has largely been overlooked bywestern historiography. This volume features contributions from an exciting newgeneration of medievalists, who are working to rectify this gap in thenarrative.</p>

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