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Ancient Macedonia – Experts question claim that Alexander the Great’s half-brother is buried at Vergina

Ancient Macedonia - Experts question claim that Alexander the Great’s half-brother is buried at Vergina

Press release issued 8 September 2010 Claims that a tomb at Vergina, Greece, the ancient burial place of the Macedonian royal family in the fourth century BC, contains the body of King Philip III Arrhidaios, half-brother of Alexander the Great, and not Philip II, Alexander’s father, are called into question by researchers from the Universities of Bristol, Manchester and Oxford. […]

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Evidence of «μακεδονιστί» words in the other greek dialects and some conclusions on the unity of the Northern Greek Group and the inclusion of the Macedonians in it

Evidence of «μακεδονιστί» words in the other greek dialects and some conclusions on the unity of the Northern Greek Group and the inclusion of the Macedonians in it

Evidence of «μακεδονιστί» words in the other greek dialects and some conclusions on the unity of the Northern Greek Group and the inclusion of the Macedonians in it   ********** In this article I’d like to present gathered all the evidence of «μακεδονιστί» words from the other ancient greek dialects that I’ve found during my research so far. My aim […]

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The speech of the Ancient Macedonians, in the light of recent Epigraphic Discoveries

The speech of the Ancient Macedonians, in the light of recent Epigraphic Discoveries

The speech of the ancient Macedonians, in the light of recent epigraphic discoveries By Miltiades Hatzopoulos, VI International Symposion on Ancient Macedonia, 1999. Modern discussion of the speech of the ancient Macedonians began in 1808, when F. G. Sturz published a small book entitled De dialecto macedonica liber (Leipzig 1808), intended to be a scientific enquiry into the […]

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Modern historians about ancient Macedonia - Mogens Herman Hansen

[Mogens Herman Hansen,Polis:An Introduction to the Ancient Greek City-State,Oxford University Press, page 82] Quote: So, the really problematic regions are Epeiros and Macedonia. For these my estimates are definitely much too low, and to reach the total number of Greeks—including Epeirotes and Macedonians, another half a million or rather more have to be added to the result I have […]

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A Thesis on FYROMian Denial Syndrom

Sent by our reader Saertna: Dr. Hilary Knatz, states that “Denial, is a way of coping with unpleasant realities”. Denial, in the psychological/psychiatric vernacular, is a defensive strategy to minimize anxiety. It is defined and conceptualized in a number of ways. In classical Freudian terms, denial is a defense mechanism invoked by a person when there is a danger that […]

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Oxford References Online

Oxford References Online

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