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Η Μακεδονία και η Αδέκαστη Ιστορία του Μανώλη Ανδρόνικου

Η Μακεδονία και η Αδέκαστη Ιστορία του Μανώλη Ανδρόνικου

Ο Μανώλης Ανδρόνικος ([email protected] mlahanas.de) Ο Μανώλης Ανδρόνικος μιλάει για Bernal, Hammond, Borza και για την Αδέκαστη Ιστορία. Αντιμετωπίζοντας κάποιο σύγχρονο ιστορικό γεγονός με αμηχανία και μη θέλοντας να ριψοκινδυνεύσουμε την κρίση μας καταφεύγουμε στην τυπική έκφραση: αυτό θα το κρίνει η αδέκαστη Ιστορία. Τι σημαίνει μια τέτοια έκφραση δεν το θεωρούμε απαραίτητο να το διευκρινίσου­με, ωσάν να είναι κάτι αυτονόητο. […]

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The Macedonian Royal House according to Modern Historians

The Macedonian Royal House according to Modern Historians

* E Borza (1990) “In The Shadow of Olympus: The Emergence of Macedon”  pg. 80.          “There was a PERSISTENT, WELL ATTESTED tradition in antiquity that told of a group of Greeks from Argos-descendants of Temenus, kinsman of Heracles–who came to Macedonia and established their rule over the Makedones, unifying them and providing a royal house.”      pg. 84.   […]

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Who were the Ancient Macedonians?

Who were the Ancient Macedonians?

It is almost impossible for an admirer of the Ancient Macedonian History not to be involved, one way or another, with one of the questions which still remain crucial in our days. Who were the Ancient Macedonians? The aforementioned question has emerged into an object of scholarly research for a really long time. Many eminent scholars discussed the various manifestations of the Macedonian identity mostly […]

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Modern Historians write about the Greek Ethnicity of ancient Macedonians

Modern Historians write about the Greek Ethnicity of ancient Macedonians

(1) A rare collection of sources verifying the Greekness of Ancient Macedonians *  Bury & Meiggs (1985) “A History of Greece”       page 415             “The Macedonian people and their kings were of Greek stock,              as  their traditions and the scanty remains of their   language combine              to testify.”   *  H. Bengston  (1988) “A History of Greece: from the beginnings  to […]

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Aleksovska’s Rantings

Aleksovska’s Rantings

By Chris Philipou The latest propaganda piece authored by “Alexandra Aleksovska” was published on the “American Chronicle” website: http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/104453 In the ‘article’ Aleksovska attempted to lambaste Prof. Stephen G. Miller over a letter that he wrote to President Obama. In the letter Prof. Miller outlined several historical innacuracies being perpetuated by The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M) in order […]

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Συλλογή Νο2 – 100 σύγχρονοι Ιστορικοί και Διανοούμενοι για την Ελληνικότητα των Αρχαίων Μακεδόνων

Συλλογή Νο2 – 100 σύγχρονοι Ιστορικοί και Διανοούμενοι για την Ελληνικότητα των Αρχαίων Μακεδόνων

    Η ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΗ ΣΥΛΛΟΓΗ  ΕΧΕΙ ΩΣ ΣΚΟΠΟ ΝΑ ΣΑΣ ΠΑΡΕΧΕΙ ΑΠΟΔΕΙΞΕΙΣ ΑΠΟ ΤΙΣ ΠΛΕΟΝ ΕΓΚΥΡΕΣ ΠΗΓΕΣ ΕΝΑΝΤΙΑ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΘΛΙΑ ΔΙΑΣΤΡΕΒΛΩΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑΣ ΠΟΥ ΣΤΟΧΟ ΕΧΕΙ ΕΝΑ ΑΝΑΠΟΣΠΑΣΤΟ ΚΟΜΜΑΤΙ ΤΟΥ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΣΜΟΥ, ΤΗΝ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΗΝ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑ ΤΗΣ. 100 ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΟΙ ΣΥΓΓΡΑΦΕΙΣ, ΑΝΑΜΕΣΑ ΤΟΥΣ ΔΙΑΣΗΜΟΙ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΟΙ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΑΝΟΟΥΜΕΝΟΙ ΑΠΟ ΟΛΟΝ ΤΟΝ ΚΟΣΜΟ…   130 ΒΙΒΛΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΕΚΔΟΣΕΙΣ ΑΠΟΔΕΙΚΝΥΟΥΝ ΠΕΡΙΤΡΑΝΑ ΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟΤΗΤΑ ΤΩΝ ΑΡΧΑΙΩΝ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ. […]

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Modern historians about ancient Epirus – Ethnicity of ancient Epirotes

Modern historians about ancient Epirus – Ethnicity of ancient Epirotes

  “Speakers of these various Greek dialects settled different parts of Greece at different times during the Middle Bronze Age, with one group, the “northwest” Greeks, developing their own dialect and peopling central Epirus. This was the origin of the Molossian or Epirotic tribes.”  E.N.Borza “In the shadow of Olympus; The emergence of Macedon” (revised edition, 1992), page 62   […]

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Modern historians about Macedonia – Eugene Borza

Quote: During medieval and modem times, Macedonia was known as a Balkan region inhabited by ethnic Greeks, Albanians, Vlachs, Serbs, Bulgarians, Jews, and Turks. Quote: The emergence of a Macedonian nationality is an offshoot of the joint Macedonian and Bulgarian struggle against Hellenization. With the establishment of an independent Bulgarian state and church in the 1870s, however, the conflict took […]

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