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Greek Ministry of Culture: Archaeological Excavations And Historical Facts about Philip II’s Tomb

Greek Ministry of Culture: Archaeological Excavations And Historical Facts about Philip II’s Tomb

  It was recently published in the American journal ”Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)” a paleoanthropological study by Mr. A. Bartsiokas and Mr. Juan Luis Arsuaga , concerning bones that have been found in the cist tomb (Tomb I) of the Royal Burial Cluster, excavated in the ’70s by the late professor Manolis Andronikos in the Great […]

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The Macedonia Perspective: Geography and History

The Macedonia Perspective: Geography and History By Professor Nina Gatzoulis   Macedonia is one of the regions in Greece and has always been an integral part of the Greek world. The original Macedonians, the Macedonian Greeks, arrived in the area around 2000 BC and they were descendants of the Heracleides (descendants of the mythical hero Heracles). The ancient Macedonians were […]

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Clarifying Plutarch’s Parallel Lives on Alexander and the Macedonians – Part 1

Miltiades Elia Bolaris The following article is being published simultaneously by the AMERICAN CHRONICLE. Following a brief elegy to the greatness of Plutarch, an ancient Greek writer best known for his “Moralia” and the “Parallel lives”, the Slavomacedonian propagandist going by the Italian sounding pseudonym Gandeto proceeded to develop his main theme: “…to revisit some of (Plutarch’s) references about the […]

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Historical Greek Symbols in Macedonian Dress

From DopioiMakedones httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA0CKguu6Nw” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” allowfullscreen=”true” width=”425″ height=”344″> By Makedonas82

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Is history of a people transferable?

By Nick Michael Hodges There are people out there ,self-identified or self-ascribed as “Macedonians” who believe that the history of a people of a neighboring country can be shared with, taken away or transferred to themselves because their country cannot exist or function without a history and, therefore, since the South Slavonian Slavic people of that country don´t have one […]

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From Skopje to Istanbul, an abridged history of revisionism

Dr. George Voskopoulos In international affairs scholars have long scrutinized the issue of conflict and cooperation among state actors. These directly or indirectly refer to the issue of war and peace. Revisionist states are unsatisfied with the territorial status quo and use all means available to pursue what they see as valued ends. In south-eastern Europe this has been the […]

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Modern Macedonian History Index

Modern Macedonian History Index

Modern History of Macedonia   1551 – Nicolas De Nicolay account: Thessalonike is inhabited by Greeks, Jews and Turks 1568 – Mural from Moni Docheiareiou in Mt. Athos 1669 – Monk Robert De Dreux:” Thessalonike is one of the most famous cities of Macedonia and All of Greece“ 1714 – The Greek populations of Thessalonike“ 1796 – Documents speaking about […]

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Ancient Macedonian History – Analysis and Refutation of Jacques Bacid’s “Through the Ages”

Long ago, the so-called “Canadian Macedonian Cultural Lubrary Foundation” published a Jacques Bacid’s Article, entitled “through the Ages” with the aim of justifying the “rights” of the Slavs from FYROM to call themselves as Macedonians. The Greek historian Sarantos Kargakos published in  “Οικονομικός Ταχυδρόμος” on 30th January of 1997, an excellent analysis and Refutation of Bacid’s claims which in general are […]

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FYROM: Albanians are responsible for Skopje liberation

FYROM: Albanians are responsible for Skopje liberation

Albanians were the ones who were responsible for Skopje liberation, according to the National-Democratic Union and Izet Mexheti, the mayor of Skopje’s predominantly Albanian municipality of Cair. NDU and Mexheti will stage a celebration on August 12 for first time for the liberation of the city from Albanians, as Dnevnik mentions.  Their aim is the 12 of August to be declared a National Holiday that […]

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Collecting history and ideas from Greece

Collecting history and ideas from Greece

Dean Kalymniou’s coin collection – part of the Greek collectors exhibition – reflects the impact Hellenic culture has had throughout Asia. Thomas Andronas 3 May 2010   The Hellenic Museum at the former Royal Mint will soon play host to an unusual collection of collections. Launching in mid-May, the exhibition brings together private collections of Greek pottery and coins ranging […]

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