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The Ancient Macedonian Language according to Modern Sources

The Ancient Macedonian Language according to Modern Sources

(2) The Language of Ancient Macedonians according to modern Linguists and Historians * Hammond & Griffith “A History of Macedonia 550-336 BC” Vol II “Macedonian was not a non-Greek language but a dialect of the Greek language in which Alexander spoke for a special purpose; and in the case of his order the vocabulary, as well as the pronunciation, was […]

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Modern historians about Macedonia – Ernst Badian

* Ernst Badian (1982) “Studies in the history of art Vol 10: Macedonia and Greece in Late Classical and Early Hellenistic Times” “We have now become accustomed to regarding MACEDONIANS as northern GREEKS’ and, in extreme cases, to hearing Alexander’s conquests described as in essence GREEK CONQUESTS. The former CERTAINLY became TRUE, in Greek consciousness in the course of the Hellenistic […]

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