diseases of horses. The number of horses residing in Croatia has increased six-fold in the last two decades, making the surveillance of infectious diseases increasingly important. Anecdotal reports suggest that clinical cases resembling strangles are
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* This work has been supported by the Croatian Science Foundation under project “Public Finance Sustainability on the Path to the Monetary Union – PuFiSuMU” No. IP-2016
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Strzygowski's book on Croatian Art appeared in Croatian in 1927 and in German in 1929. The author proposed a tripartite grouping of Early Croatian buildings: 1. Traditional Pre-Romanesque group of mostly small buidings (the backbone of Strzygowski's thesis), 2. Royal Pre-Romanesque group – essentially Croatian version of contemporary Carolingian architecture, 3. Early-Romanesque group. Some aspects of the Pre-Romanesque art in Croatia might profit from a look at Strzygowski's ideas.
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and probability of new hydrocarbon discoveries in the Bjelovar subdepression [Naftnogeološki odnosi i vjerojatnost pronalaska novih zaliha ugljikovodika u Bjelovarskoj uleknini] — in English and Croatian . PhD thesis, University of Zagreb, Faculty of
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Renaissance Music in Croatia is still little recognized in wider international context. In the study some general remarks on the topic are given, namely on theoreticians and academies, on folk music and early music print. More attention is given on sources of Renaissance polyphonic music and composers, such as motets and madrigals by J. Skjavetic (Schievetto) and L. Courtoys.