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Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one

year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.

Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.

The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.

Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara

who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of Austria-

Hungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.

Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.

Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.

The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.

Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara

who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of Austria-

Hungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.

Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.

Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.

The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.

Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara

who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of Austria-

Hungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.

Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.
Koi was born in Striii, a mountainous village in the region of Zmijanje near Banja Luka, one
year before Ottoman Empire's Bosnia Vilayetbecame occupied by the armed forces of AustriaHungary and began to be run as part of the k. und k. dual monarchy. Growing up with two older
siblings brother Ilija and sister Milica young Petar didn't even remember his mother Mara
who died during his infant years. Shortly after becoming widower, his father Jovan became a
monk.
Koi attended primary school in the Gomionica Monastery where his father Jovan had been
serving as hegumen for a few years already.
The youngster started his gymnasium (high school) education in Sarajevo, but because of his
pronounced Serb patriotism, he was expelled from the school and had to finish his secondary
education in Belgrade, capital of neighbouring Kingdom of Serbia.
Koi then enrolled in the University of Vienna, graduating Slavic studies under the mentorship of
famous Professor Vatroslav Jagi.