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Milica Tapavički-Ilić, Ph.D.

Scientific Researcher
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She has studied Archaeology at the Belgrade University, receiving the Grade B.A. with the Theme: Influences of Celtic-Scordiscian and the Roman Pottery at the territories of Pannonia Inferior and Moesia Superior. Later on, she has finished her postgraduate-studies at the Belgrade University, receiving Grade M.A. with the Theme: The Scordiscians during Roman times. From 1998 to 2002, she did her Ph.D. studies at the Philipps-Universität in Marburg (Germany), as a DAAD Scholarship holder, receiving Grade Ph.D. with the thesis: Vergleichende Untersuchung zur Romanisierung der Treverer und der Skordisker.

In 2002, she worked as custodian of the Iron Age Collection at the National Museum in Belgrade.

In 2004, she started working at the Archaeological Institute of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts. (project "Viminacium" - the Roman City and Legionary Fort).

She conducted two excavations of ancient Singidunum and was recently chosen for an expert consultant at the site Ukosa (Stalać, south Serbia), which has a span from Celtic to Medieval period.
In 2004-2005, she organized an exhibition in Hochdorf (Germany), entitled "Silber der Illyrer und der Kelten im Zentralbalkan", Keltenmuseum - Hochdorf/Enz.

From 2011, a member of the editorial board of the periodical "Arheologija i prirodne nauke" (Archeaology and Science), edited by the Center for new Technologies and Archaeological Institute.
The focus of her scientific reserach is the process of Romanisation and aspects of "barbarian" (autochthonous) material cultures within Roman culture.