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Macedonia, Greece – The Royal Tombs of Vergina

Macedonia, Greece – The Royal Tombs of Vergina

The Royal Tombs of the Macedonian Kings in Macedonia, Greece.   Vergina (Greek: Βεργίνα) is a small town in northern Greece, located in the prefecture of Imathia, Central Macedonia. The town became internationally famous in 1977, when the Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos unearthed  the burial site of the kings of Macedon, including the tomb of Philip II, father of Alexander […]

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Macedonian Language and Ethnicity – Ancient Testimonies vs Politically Motivated Manipulations

Macedonian Language and Ethnicity – Ancient Testimonies vs Politically Motivated Manipulations

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council          June 01, 2010      This article is a response to Risto Stefov´s article “Ancient versus Slav controversy”    This is what the Macedonian envoy stated when he figured out that a Roman was present at this Hellenic assembly.So who needs the biased view of a certain professor Mr. Tone P. or something […]

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Ancient Greek Symbols – The Sun of Vergina

Sun of Vergina – A Greek symbol Απο το HistoryofMacedonia7 Youtube Channel

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Ancient burial site discovered in northern Greece

AP – Remains of two large ancient silver vessels found in Aigai, northern Greece, are seen in this undated … By NICHOLAS PAPHITIS, Associated Press Writer Nicholas Paphitis, Associated Press Writer – Fri Aug 28, 2:34 pm ET ATHENS, Greece – Archaeologists said Friday they have unearthed a lavish burial site at the seat of the ancient Macedonian kings in northern Greece, heightening a 2,300-year-old mystery of […]

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Photos from the new archaeological findings in Vergina, Macedonia

Photos from the new archaeological findings in Vergina, Macedonia

  Aristotle University of Thessalonike/AP

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Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

Slavic Propaganda about churches and iconographies of FYROM

A usual habbit of Skopjan propagandists is to use Orthodox icons found in churches in modern FYROM as ‘evidence’ of their culture. In reality this is far from truth. The vast majority of churches in FYROM contain iconographies done by Greek iconographies centuries ago. Just a few examples are: Monastery of St Naum In around 1806, the wall decoration inside […]

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