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Robin Lane Fox : ” Macedonia is a Greek-Speaking kingdom in Northern Greece “

Robin Lane Fox : ” Macedonia is a Greek-Speaking kingdom in Northern Greece “

One of the most eminent scholars in ancient Macedonian History, Professor Robin Lane Fox, states the historical truth and stands against the crime that is happening against Greek history by blasting FYROM’s Propaganda. Professor Fox stated: “There is a message that is historical and still politically has to be said…. Macedonia is a Greek-Speaking kingdom in Northern Greece, populated by people using Greek names, Greek months […]

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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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Nigel Guy wilson , Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2006)

Nigel Guy wilson , Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece (2006)

Quote: 1) “The latest archaeological findings have confirmed that Macedonia took it’s name from a tribe of tall , Greek-speaking people , the Makednoi …” 2) “The Macedonian kingdom streched more or less as far north as the present northern border of Greece.” 3) “The “vulgar” Macedonians were not unanimously accepted by “refined” southern Greeks , especialy the Atheneans , […]

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Ilinden Pension Plan – Buying the Memories

Ilinden Pension Plan - Buying the Memories

The Yugoslav Communists implemented many measures to foster a “Macedonian” consciousness amongst the local populace in a historical context and in a region where such an ethno/national identity hardly existed. The Communists manufactured a version of history that lent a historical legitimacy to the new “Macedonian” nation. One measure that they implemented in order to sanitize and reconstruct history for […]

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Macedonian folklore (1903) Abbott, G. F.

Macedonian folklore (1903) Abbott, G. F.

Macedonian folklore (1903) Abbott, G. F.

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