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List of famous Medieval Macedonians

Some Great Macedonians (15th-19th century) Andronikos Kallistos (b.Thessaloniki, 1400 – d. London, 1486). He lived and studied in Constantinople. After its fall he went to Italy where he joined Vissarion. He taught in Bologna (1464), Rome (1469), Florence, Paris and London (1476). From there he began the systematic teaching of Greek literature in France. He communicated the principles of Aristotelian […]

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Byzantine sources about the greekness of Medieval Macedonia

Quote: “…these mountains [the Pindos Mountain-range near Kasto- ria] were the limits between the [despotate of] `Old and New Epeiros’, and our Hellenic lands.” <Georgios Akropolitis, `Annales’, Patrologia Graecae, vol.140 col: 1196a (80)> Quote: “So, I am down here among Bulgarians, a true Constanti- noupolitan, a foreign body, living like a Bulgarian…” <Theophylactos of Ohrid, “To the Despoina Lady Maria […]

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Fyromian lies over Slavic populations genetics Part II

Quote: The Macedonians have a following percentage of Y-haplogroups (male lineages): E3b1 21.4% , I1b 29% , J2 12.2% , R1a 14.7% , R1b 7.8% . Its actually quite funny how people misquote (intentionally?) papers.. According to the paper in question FYROMians have a 6.3% of the subclade J2e-M102 and not 12.2 of J2 which is not entirely presented in […]

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FYROM’s propaganda over Slavic populations genetics Part I

FYROM’s propaganda over Slavic populations genetics Part I

High-Resolution Phylogenetic Analysis of Southeastern Europe Traces Major Episodes of Paternal Gene Flow Among Slavic Populations — Pericic et al. 22 (10): 1964 — Molecular Biology and Evolution http://vetinari.sitesled.com/slavic.pdf Quote: E3b1 comes from East Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia) and got to the Near East after the end of the Ice Age with the bearers of Afro-Asiatic (Semito-Hamitic) languages. Here they mixed […]

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Modern linguists about Ancient Macedonian language

Before the times of the national unity installed by the Macedonians around the middle of the 4th century BC, Greece was composed of many regions or city states[…] That they [Dorians] were related to the North-West Dialects (of Phocis, Locris, Aetolia, Acarnania and Epirus) was not perceived clearly by the ancients. Sylvain Auroux, French linguist, “History of the Language Sciences: […]

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Macedonia: Intellectual and Artistic Center of Pella

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Greek schools of Pelagonia during 19th cent

The first Greek school of Monastiri was founded on 1830 from N. Varnavas. This school initially consisted of 8 grades, 5 of primary school and 3 of Greek. The first graduates were teachers in other educational institutions in the mid 19th c. like in the central Primary school, in 2nd Primary school in the quarter of Meshar Mahala and in […]

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Ancient Philippi – Macedonia – Greece

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Modern historians about Macedonia – P. M. Fraser

Quote: There is no proof that the mint at which Cleomenes’ and Soter’s coinages were struck was situated in Alexandria, but when we bear in mind that Egypt had previously had virtually no coinage, it hardly seems likely that Soter would have established a mint at Memphis; while the new city by the sea, open to Greek commerce, would have […]

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Modern Historians about Macedonia – Graham Shipley

Quote: They continued to trouble Graeco-Macedonian rulers, but were probably not inherently aggressive, rather in search of a homeland. They were available to be recruited as mercenaries The Greek World After Alexander, 323-30 Bc By Graham Shipley, page 53 Quote: Graeco-Macedonian patronage is proved by finds of early Ptolemaic statues at the sanctuary. The Greek World After Alexander, 323-30 Bc […]

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