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These forests were preserved until the early 19th century; they are mentioned in literature and tradition. When Alphonse de Lamartine took a trip to Serbia , he described the forests as "like he was in the middle of the North American forests". In the Jasenica villages a tradition was maintained "that everywhere there were empty forests, and settlers called relatives to come and occupy the land how much they want Notable Neolithic sites include Grivac and Kusovac in the west, Divostin in the middle, and Dobrovodica and Rajac in the east.

It is unclear where the exact border with the Bulgarian Khanate went in the 10th century. Prince Zaharija is known to have united several Slavic tribes along the common border to rebel against Bulgaria in the s. After the fall of the Despotate, opportunities changed. Removing themselves ahead of the Ottomans, they left their homes, concealed themselves up in the mountains and ravines, or left in different directions.

Settlements disappeared, the churches and monasteries were destroyed, and the population numbers constantly decreased. Schweiger, who passed through Serbia in , among other things, said that he travelled from Kolar "[through] a deserted region, scarcely settled and badly processed, in three days not having seen more than five poor villages". This flight lasted until the end of the 18th century, then again, after More flights ensued after A liberated region, fruitful, and until then sparsely populated, it attracted settlers.

After the Austro-Russian—Turkish War —39 , the sanjak was re-established. Cities and towns[ edit ].


Raw material studies of West Central Serbia

The Lojanik hill is a silicified forest by origin. It has occasionally been in use from the earliest periods of prehistory until today as a source of black and ochre-coloured flint, opal and silicified wood. A detailed prospection, including the mapping of surface finds using square nets, was conducted during two research campaigns. Our research of primary and secondary geological deposits in the vicinity of the site showed equivalent raw material. We also found an interesting primary deposit of high quality bluish grey flint with outcrop activities Workshop 1.


Divostin and the Neolithic of central Serbia

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