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Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

After Skoplje’s conquest by Theodore of Epiros, it was constituted as a theme with a Greek bishop (Dem. Chom. no. XIV, col. 63; no. CXXXI, col. 536. Akrpolites, ed. Heisenberg, 78, Zlatarski, III, 435). But in 1230 it passed into the Bulgarian Empire of John Asen, his son Kaliman, and its appointed governor was the PanSebastos sebastos Pribo (or Primpos) . In […]

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Serbs of FYROM: Historical Presence and the Current Status

Serbs in FYROM are an extension from the central parts of Serbian ethnicity, related to archaic groups in Kosovo and Metohija as well to a larger degree, with the basin of river Morava. That Serbs are found among early medieval Slav settlers of the Vardar/Axios region is confirmed by sources which identify the city of Gordoservon in Asia Minor as […]

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