The 100 most prominent Serbs

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The 100 most prominent Serbs (Serbian Cyrillic: 100 најзнаменитијих Срба) is a book containing the biographies of the hundred most important Serbs compiled by a committee of academicians at the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. The committee members were Sava Vuković, Pavle Ivić, Dragoslav Srejović, Dejan Medaković, Dragomir Vitorović, Zvonimir Kostić, Vasilije Krestić, Miroslav Pantić and Danica Petrović. The book was first published in 1993 on 20+617 pages, reprinted in 2001, and the third extended edition was printed in 2009.

The list[edit]

  1. Stefan Nemanja (circa 1113–1199)
  2. Stefan the First-Crowned (circa 1156–1228)
  3. Saint Sava (circa 1169–1236)
  4. Domentijan (circa 1210–1264)
  5. Stephen Uroš II Milutin of Serbia (circa 1253–1321)
  6. Teodosije the Hilandarian (circa 1246–1328)
  7. Saint Danilo II
  8. Stephen Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia (circa 1308–1355)
  9. Lazar of Serbia (circa 1329–1389)
  10. Miloš Obilić
  11. Jefimija (circa 1349–1405)
  12. Prince Marko (circa 1335–1395)
  13. Stefan Lazarević (circa 1377–1427)
  14. Kir Stefan the Serb
  15. Đurađ Branković (1377–1456)
  16. Makarije Sokolović
  17. Ivan Gundulić (1589–1638)
  18. Arsenije III Čarnojević (1633–1706)
  19. Pavle Nenadović (1703–1768)
  20. Roger Joseph Boscovich (1711–1787)
  21. Dositej Obradović (1739–1811)
  22. Petar I Petrović-Njegoš (1748–1830)
  23. Stefan Stratimirović (1757–1836)
  24. Karađorđe (1768–1817)
  25. Filip Višnjić (1767–1834)
  26. Matija Nenadović (1777–1854)
  27. Veljko Petrović (1884–1967)
  28. Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia
  29. Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (1787–1864)
  30. Konstantin Danil (1798–1873)
  31. Jovan Sterija Popović (1806–1856)
  32. Ilija Garašanin (1812–1874)
  33. Petar II Petrović-Njegoš (1813–1851)
  34. Josif Pančić (1814–1888)
  35. Mihailo Obrenović III, Prince of Serbia (1823–1868)
  36. Branko Radičević (1824–1853)
  37. Đuro Daničić (1825–1882)
  38. Svetozar Miletić (1826–1901)
  39. Jovan Ristić (1831–1899)
  40. Kornelije Stanković (1831–1865)
  41. Ilarion Ruvarac (1832–1905)
  42. Đura Jakšić (1832–1878)
  43. Jovan Jovanović Zmaj (1833–1904)
  44. Valtazar Bogišić (1834–1908)
  45. Nicholas I of Montenegro (1841–1921)
  46. Laza Kostić (1841–1910)
  47. Stojan Novaković (1842–1915)
  48. Peter I of Serbia (1844–1921)
  49. Vladan Đorđević (1844–1930)
  50. Nikola Pašić (1845–1926)
  51. Nikodim Milaš (1845–1915)
  52. Svetozar Marković (1846–1875)
  53. Sima Lozanić (1847–1935)
  54. Radomir Putnik (1847–1917)
  55. Đorđe Krstić (1851–1907)
  56. Laza Lazarević (1851–1891)
  57. Simo Matavulj (1852–1908)
  58. Pera Dobrinović (1853–1923)
  59. Milan I of Serbia (1854–1901)
  60. Mihajlo Pupin (1858–1935)
  61. Živojin Mišić (1855–1921)
  62. Stevan Sremac (1855–1906)
  63. Stepa Stepanović (1856–1929)
  64. Jovan Žujović (1856–1936)
  65. Stevan Mokranjac (1856–1914)
  66. Nikola Tesla (1856–1943)
  67. Paja Jovanović (1859–1957)
  68. Vojislav Ilić (1860–1894)
  69. Ljubomir Stojanović (1860–1930)
  70. Bogdan Popović (1863–1944)
  71. Branislav Nušić
  72. Jovan Cvijić (1865–1927)
  73. Mihailo Petrović (1868–1943)
  74. Pavle Popović (1868–1939)
  75. Slobodan Jovanović (1869–1958)
  76. Miloje Vasić (1869–1956)
  77. Jovan Dučić (1871–1943)
  78. Radoje Domanović (1873–1908)
  79. Nadežda Petrović (1873–1915)
  80. Branislav Petronijević (1875–1954)
  81. Borisav Stanković (1876–1927)
  82. Milan Rakić (1876–1938)
  83. Aleksandar Belić (1876–1960)
  84. Milan Nedić (1878–1946)
  85. Isidora Sekulić (1877–1958)
  86. Petar Kočić (1877–1916)
  87. Jovan Skerlić (1877–1914)
  88. Milutin Milanković (1879–1958)
  89. Nikolaj Velimirović (1881–1956)
  90. Petar Konjović (1890–1942)
  91. Vladimir Ćorović (1885–1941)
  92. Stevan Hristić (1885–1958)
  93. Jovan Bijelić (1884–1964)
  94. Alexander I of Yugoslavia (1888–1934)
  95. Petar Dobrović (1890–1942)
  96. Ivo Andrić (1892–1975)
  97. Miloš Crnjanski (1892–1977)
  98. Sava Šumanović (1896–1942)
  99. Meša Selimović (1910–1982)
  100. Vasko Popa (1922–1991)

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