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Annistice between Servia and Turkey, signed at Brakni, 17 August 1808

Convention between Servia and Turkey, signed at Belgrade, 15 June 1862

Convention between Greece and Servia respecting the Transportation of Goods to and from Servia via Salonica, signed at Athens, 23 May 1914

Commercial Convention between Portugal and Servia, signed at Vienna, 3 September 1910

Consular Convention between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 30 March 1911

Civil Procedure Convention between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 30 March 1911

Extradition Convention between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 30 March 1911

Postal Convention between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Pesth, 2(14) December 1868

Railway Convention between Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Servia and Turkey, signed at Vienna, 9 May 1883

Provisional Commercial Declaration between Servia and Switzerland, signed at Vienna, 10 June 1880

Establishment and Extradition Conventions between Italy and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 28 October (9 November 1879)

Railway Convention between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Vienna, 28 March (9 April) 1880

Telegraphic Arrangement between Bulgaria and Servia, signed at Sofia, 24 September (6 October) 1882

Treaty of Commerce between Great Britain and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 17 February 1907

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Russia and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 28 February 1907

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Servia and Switzerland, signed at Belgrade, 28 February 1907

Treaty of Commerce between Belgium and Servia, signed at Belgrade, 24 April 1907

Treaty of Commerce between Austria-Hungary and Servia, signed at Vienna, 14 March 1908

 

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(τὰ Σέρβια, also Serblia), city in southern Macedonia controlling the main road between Berroia and Larissa. Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (De adm. imp. 32.11) defines Serblia as a site in the ...

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