Pavao Anđelić

Pavao Anđelić (1920-1985) was a Bosnian lawyer, archaeologist[1] and historian. He mainly studied the history of medieval Bosnia[2][3] and is noted for archeological work done at Mile and historically rich areal surrounding modern town of Visoko, as well as Kraljeva Sutjeska and Bobovac.[4]

Pavao Anđelić
Born1920
Died1985(1985-00-00) (aged 64–65)
NationalitySR Bosnia and Herzegovina; Yugoslav
Occupationarchaeologist, medievalist
Known fordiscovery and description of the Royal Court of Bosnian medieval rulers, in Kraljeva Sutjeska

He was born in Sultići, Konjic. Completed Franciscan gymnasium in Visoko and later law in Zagreb, studied history in Sarajevo. He worked in Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Sarajevo, and was higher custodian in the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo until his retirement. Achieved doctorate at University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy. His archaeological research was concentrated at royal court sites of medieval Bosnia on Bobovac and Kraljeva Sutjeska, and in the area of medieval Visoko.[5][6][7] He received "27 July Award" in 1974 from SR BiH for his contributions in archeological works conducted in Bobovac and Kraljeva Sutjeska.[8]

BooksEdit

  • Bobovac and Kraljeva Sutjeska: Royal seats of Bosnian rulers in 14 and 15 centuries (Bobovac i Kraljeva Sutjeska: stolna mjesta bosanskih vladara u XIV i XV stoljeću)[9]
  • Studies about territorial and political organization of medieval Bosnia (Studije o teritorijalnopolitičkoj organizaciji srednjovjekovne Bosne)[10]
  • Visoko and environment through history (Visoko i okolina kroz istoriju)[11]

LiteratureEdit

  • Vego, Marko (1982) [1982]. Postanak srednjovjekovne bosanske države. Sarajevo: Svjetlost, Sarajevo. p. 84.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hercegovine, Zemaljski muzej Bosne i (1938). Anali (in Croatian). Muzej.
  2. ^ Kurtović, Esad. "Pavao Anđelić". Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  3. ^ Kurtović, Esad. "Hercegovac u srcu Bosne. Visoko i njegova okolina u djelu Pava Anđelića, Most XXVI/127 (38), Mostar 2000, 92-94". Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  4. ^ Vego 1982, p. 84.
  5. ^ Zbornik o Pavlu Anđeliću. Anđelić, Pavao., Karamatić, Marko. Sarajevo: Franjevačka teologija Sarajevo. 2008. ISBN 9789958742088. OCLC 645706424.CS1 maint: others (link)
  6. ^ "Anđelić, Pavao | Hrvatska enciklopedija". www.enciklopedija.hr. Retrieved 2019-09-02.
  7. ^ Anali Zavoda za povijesne znanosti Jugoslavenske akademije znanosti i umjetnosti u Dubrovniku (in Croatian). Akademija. 1990.
  8. ^ "Republička nagrada BIH". Informatica Museologica (in Croatian). 5 (25): 28–0. 1974-07-15. ISSN 0350-2325.
  9. ^ Anđelić, Pavao (1973). Bobovac i Kraljeva Sutjeska: stolna mjesta bosanskih vladara u XIV i XV stoljeću (in Croatian). Veselin Masleša.
  10. ^ Anđelić, Pavao (1982). Studije o teritorijalnopolitičkoj organizaciji srednjovjekovne Bosne. "Svjetlost," OOUR Izdavačka djelatnost.
  11. ^ Anđelić, Pavao (1984). Visoko i okolina kroz istoriju (in Croatian). Skupština opštine Visoko.