Simeon "Sima" Milutinović "Sarajlija" (Serbian Cyrillic: Сима Милутиновић "Сарајлија", pronounced [sǎːʋa milutǐːnɔʋit͡ɕ sarǎjlija]) (3 October 1791 – 30 December 1847) was a Bosnian Serb poet, hajduk, translator, historian, philologist, diplomat and adventurer. From his birth his life was a constant adventure. It began with his family's flight from the plague and the Turks. Its zenith came during the Serbian insurrections, and it ended in the unmatched glory of a poet and his grandiose political plans.

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  • Sima Milutinović (auch Simeon Milutinowitsch geschrieben) (* 3. Oktoberjul./ 14. Oktober 1791greg. in Sarajevo; † 30. Dezember 1847jul./ 11. Januar 1848greg. in Belgrad) war ein serbischer Dichter und gilt als Begründer der neuserbischen Literatur, zusammen mit Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. (de)
  • Simeon "Sima" Milutinović "Sarajlija" (Serbian Cyrillic: Сима Милутиновић "Сарајлија", pronounced [sǎːʋa milutǐːnɔʋit͡ɕ sarǎjlija]) (3 October 1791 – 30 December 1847) was a Bosnian Serb poet, hajduk, translator, historian, philologist, diplomat and adventurer. From his birth his life was a constant adventure. It began with his family's flight from the plague and the Turks. Its zenith came during the Serbian insurrections, and it ended in the unmatched glory of a poet and his grandiose political plans. (en)
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  • Simeon Milutinović (en)
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  • Simeun Milutinov, Simeun Mil. Simović, Simša M. Sirotan, Simo Milutinović, Čubro Čojkovič, Čubro Čojković-Crnogorac, Srbo Srbović, S. M. Crnogorac, Si. M. Saraj. Černogo. Herak, S. M. Simović, Č.Č.Č. Exauditus (en)
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  • Serbian writer and historian (en)
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  • Sima Milutinović (auch Simeon Milutinowitsch geschrieben) (* 3. Oktoberjul./ 14. Oktober 1791greg. in Sarajevo; † 30. Dezember 1847jul./ 11. Januar 1848greg. in Belgrad) war ein serbischer Dichter und gilt als Begründer der neuserbischen Literatur, zusammen mit Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. (de)
  • Simeon "Sima" Milutinović "Sarajlija" (Serbian Cyrillic: Сима Милутиновић "Сарајлија", pronounced [sǎːʋa milutǐːnɔʋit͡ɕ sarǎjlija]) (3 October 1791 – 30 December 1847) was a Bosnian Serb poet, hajduk, translator, historian, philologist, diplomat and adventurer. From his birth his life was a constant adventure. It began with his family's flight from the plague and the Turks. Its zenith came during the Serbian insurrections, and it ended in the unmatched glory of a poet and his grandiose political plans. (en)
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  • Sima Milutinović (de)
  • Sima Milutinović Sarajlija (en)
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