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Laboratory for Bioarchaeology
Faculty of Philosophy
Čika Ljubina 18-20
11000 Belgrade, Serbia

PhD candidate



Researcher Trainee

Educational Background

  • 2018 MSc in Archaeological Materials Sience, Department of Ambiental Biology, Faculty of Matemathical, Physical and Natural Sciences, The Sapienza University of Rome
  • 2016 BA in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

Research Interests

My interests in scientific research encompass the use of various domestic and wild plant species among ancient human populations, namely the evolution of the human-plant relationship. Concerning archaeobotanical research, I have so far been engaged in the analyses of macroscopic remains of plants, mostly seeds and fruits, and their social and economic role in prehistoric societies. The topics I have tackled so far regard agricultural and storing practices, as well as diets of the Near Eastern Bronze Age communities. In my current work, I am focused on the utilization of plants and their economic importance in the Early and Late Neolithic of the Central Balkans, particularly the extent and the importance of agriculture in this period. Apart from studying the macrobotanical remains, I am further interested in the analysis of microscopic plant fossils, like phytoliths and starch grains, which can give invaluable and complementary data in the investigation of such complex topic.

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