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Russian Television Documentary About Alexander the Great Confirms Hellenism of Macedonians

Russian Television Documentary About Alexander the Great Confirms Hellenism of Macedonians

Bellow, an integral brief Russian television documentary is included, which, among classical, chronologically ordered editorial concept, offers statements on Greek character of Ancient Macedonia and Alexander himself. 1. [0:56 -1: 02] Macedonia, placed on the northern part of the Greek world, aspired to straighten its links with the Hellenic culture. 2.[4:59 – 5:10] Alexander was building temples in honor of […]

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Tsouflia School, Gevgeli

Tsouflia School, Gevgeli

  Black-and-white photograph showing the ‘Tsouflia School’ at Gevgeli, one of the many schools founded with funds donated by expatriate Greeks, communities,or wealthy individuals, 1850-1913, Athens, Gennadeios Library. From the surviving Greek community regulations (for Thessaloniki, Monastir, Veroia, Kavala, Edessa, Krousovo, etc.), which were worked out within the framework of the reforms of 1856 (Hatt-i-Humayun), it becomes obvious that the […]

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The first Macedonians in US Cencuses were of course Greeks

The first Macedonians in US Cencuses were of course Greeks

The first Natives from Macedonia who went as immigrants in American Soil and were recorded in US cencuses were of course Greeks. In the 1880 US Census we find Thomas Protopsaltis,  Antonis Protopsaltis and Konstantinos Trico or Traikos. These Persons identified themselves in the US cencus as being born in Macedonia. Thomas was a 32-year old physician and a widower who was born in Macedonia. […]

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Serbian Scholar Gojko Subotić Confirms the Greek Character of Ohrid Archbishopric [28-IV-2009]

18 April 2009, Serbian scholar Gojko Subotić, hosted by MANU*, states that the historical Ohrid Archbishopric had a Greek cultural character. *”Makedonska Akademija na Naukite i Umetnostite” (“Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences”), highest academic institution of FYROM. From the Youtube Channel of Srbolog  

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Emperor Theodore II Laskaris : Alexander the Great – ‘Emperor of the Hellenes’

Emperor Theodore II Laskaris : Alexander the Great – ‘Emperor of the Hellenes’

– The Hellenism during Nicaean Period –  The use of the terms “Graikoi” and “Hellenes” in Byzantium. – The Emperor Theodore II Laskaris in the panegyric of his father calls Alexander the Great as “Emperor of the Hellenes“ Thanks to Kostas68 for providing the images.

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AMAC annual dinner a success

AMAC annual dinner a success

29 Jun 2009 Dina Gerolymou The need to disseminate information on the truth surrounding the Macedonian issue was highlighted in the Australian Macedonian Advisory Council’s (AMAC) annual dinner. Hundreds of Greek Australians attended AMAC’s fundraiser on Friday and were treated to a marvellous speech by Sydney University Professor Vrasidas Karalis. Prof Karalis outlined the history of the ancient region of […]

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An academic response to Professor Joseph on Modern Greek Studies Association

An academic response to Professor Joseph on Modern Greek Studies Association

The critical input by Professor Brian Joseph, a respected linguist and an authority on South Slavic Linguistics  is greatly appreciated. Let me state from the outset that I recognize the hard work behind the late Vasko Karadza’s dictionary. Obviously, this was a labour of love. It should be noted though that this dictionary which is promoted by Vinozhito,  the self-described […]

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French self-witness account of 1910 – Macedonians prefer to be crucified rather than to deny Hellenism

French self-witness account of 1910 – Macedonians prefer to be crucified rather than to deny Hellenism

“Greece in evolution..”, 1910 by Abbott, G. F. (George Frederick)   Account by a Frenchman self-witness who found himself in Macedonia and specifically “to Demir-Hissar, to Barakli-Djoumai’a, to Serres, to Nevrocop, to Razlog, to Djumal-Bala, to Melnik, to Petritch, to Drama, to Cavalla, to Niaousta, to Vodena, to Sorovitch, to Clissoura, to Kastoria, to Monastir, to Megarovo, to Tirnovo, to Florina, […]

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FYROMian Archaeologists Unearth Macedonian Artifacts [18-IV-2009]

Discovery of Macedonian coins and other finds during archaeological excavation near Carevi Kuli, South-Eastern FYROM. Pay attention from 0:37 to 0:40.

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Branko Geroski Criticizes the Dogmatism of FYROMian Government [16-IV-2009]

Branko Geroski, editor-in-chief of “Sega” weekly, attacks the stubborn lack of desire by the Government of FYROM to find a compromise solution in the name dispute between Skoplje and Athens.

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