Ivana Pandzic




Dr. Ivana Pandžić holds a PhD from the Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, on the topic "Salt in the Neolithic in the Territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina". She gained the title of Master of Science at the Department of Archaeology Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade (2010), and graduated from the Department of History and Archaeology (Department of Archaeology and History of Art) at the Faculty of Philosophy of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece (2004) as a Greek Government scholarship holder. Since November 2006 she is full-time employed at the Museum of the Republic of Srpska as curator/senior curator archaeologist, at the Department for Prehistory (Stone Age). Since October 2007 she works as assistant and senior assistant at the Department of History of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Banja Luka on subjects Archaeology and Museology. She speaks Greek, English and German. She is one of the founders of the Society of Archaeologists of the Republic of Srpska Banja Luka and a member of the Serbian Archaeology Society (Belgrade), Matica srpska Novi Sad and Association of Members of Matica srpska for Republic of Srpska Banja Luka and ICOM BiH. So far she has conducted several international projects successfully and she is currently a member in several ongoing international projects, participant in numerous excavations and seminars in the country and the region. She is married, mother of two children.


I., 2020, 
Vrbas sword in stone; The
story of Banja Luka's Excalibur, Museum of the Republic of Srpska Banja Luka,

Pandžić., I, 2018, The exploitation of salt in the
Eneolithic, in Back to the past, Copper age in Northern Croatia, Archaeological
Museum in Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University
of Zagreb, Archaeological Museum Osijek, Zagreb, 2018, pp. 325 - 337 

3D scanning system as a part of museum documentation-digitalization of the cultural heritage in the museum of the republic of srpska (case study on the archaeological material)