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Archaeology in the New Countries of Southeastern Europe: A Historical Perspective

  • Predrag Novaković
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Abstract

This chapter addresses a highly challenging task – reflection on the development of archaeology in southeastern Europe (wider Balkan area) in the cultural, infrastructural, epistemological, and also political settings during the last few centuries. For “outsiders” this task may not seem very different from similar attempts to present other regional developmental trajectories of European archaeology. For “insiders,” however, such task may seem extremely difficult, if not impossible. The extreme complexity of history of this region, which requires extensive knowledge and mastering of a number of linguistic, cultural, religious, and political intricacies to understand historical and cultural trajectories and contingencies in this area, demands great caution and critical reflection to avoid simplifications and superficial conclusions. Thus far, I know of only one similar attempt in the archaeological literature (Enzyklopädisches Handbuch zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte Europas, 1966 (vol. 1) and 1969 (vol.2)), but the aim and nature of this text substantially differs from this chapter. Although Filip’s Handbuch attempted to provide concise information on archaeology in Europe in an encyclopedic form, the present study faces much greater challenge – to put forward a coherent perspective and criteria for reflecting on the national archaeological schools in the area of Europe, which exhibit great differences in a number of fundamental cultural traits (e.g., language, religion, highly diverse courses of history, etc.), and consequently, also in the ways how their archaeologies and traditions developed within such differing contexts and circumstances.

Keywords

Yugoslav Republic Western Balkan Country Heritage Protection Archaeological Museum Western Balkans 
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Acknowledgments

This chapter was considerably improved by the help of many colleagues who shared their knowledge and experiences with me. I would like to express my gratitude to Božidar Slapšak, colleague from my Department in particular; debating issues in the Slovene and other archaeologies of the former Yugoslavia became a real enjoyment. Staša Babić and Aleksandar Palavestra, University of Belgrade, helped me to improve my knowledge of the Serbian archaeology, provided me with “difficult-to-get” information on some local scholars and institutions there, and also commented some of my earlier texts on similar topics. These data on the most recent developments in archaeology from Kosovo would be very incomplete without the information provided by Kemal Luci from the Museum of Kosovo. Nade Proeva, Nikos Chausidis, and Goce Namuov, colleagues from the University of Skopje, and Irena Kolištrkoska Nasteva, Museum of Macedonia, Skopje provided me with essential data on Macedonian archaeology. During my visits to Sarajevo, I have also been greatly benefitted from discussions with Enver imamović, Salmedin Mesihović, and Adnan Kaljanac about the present state of archaeology in Bosnia and Herzegovina and its fortunes in the recent war, and from reading texts of Dubravko Lovrenović, who opened to me new horizons on this country and its fascinating history. I also owe my gratitude to Nenad Tasić, University of Belgrade with whom I am enjoying summers in Vinča. Without his last-minute help in providing a suitable base-map for plotting the sites the text would be definitely less intelligible. And, finally, I am also very grateful to my wife Olivera. My long ‘journey’ to the Balkans would have not been possible without her support.

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