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History of the Balkans



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ne: 06-08-2010, 01:33:23
Greeks translated Iliad from Illyrian sources

Balkans History

Greeks translated Iliad from Illyrian sources while Illyrians must copied their texts from the Hittites.How do we know whether Troy is mentioned in the Hittite texts?As Troy is an important regional centre, located at the edge of the Hittite Empire, it seemed likely that there would be reference...


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ne: 06-08-2010, 01:25:11
Lord Byron

Balkans History

For Byron, "Greece" was not so much a territory as an idea. He would have considered Albania to be "Greece" at a time when the largest Albanian city was Ianinna (then an important Ottoman center of administration and now the regional capital of Epirus) and Albanian was spoken as far south as the...

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ne: 06-08-2010, 01:01:58
BALKANS AND PONTIC AREA

Balkans History

ILLYRIAN GROUPSSeptentrioanl Balkanic would include Dacian, Thracian, Illyrian, Messapian,and Venet, and would have somesimilar isoglosses with Baltic and Slav.Thraco-Illyro-Phrygians, settled on Balkan peninsula. It took place in theXXIIIth or the XXIIth century BC. Scientists believeit was the...

VM.
ne: 30-06-2010, 13:19:36
EPIRUS – OUR ANCESTRAL LAND

Balkans History

Epirus/Lower Albania, as 19th Century travelers saw itAli Pash Tepelena’s rise brought Albania to the forefront of attention throughout Europe and raised the question with many as to how this area would fit into the great power game. It was an opportune time for the west Europea...

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ne: 07-06-2010, 16:19:26
Travels through Morea, Albania and several other parts of Ottoman Empire

Balkans History

French historian and diplomat François Charles Hugues Laurent Pouqueville (1770-1838), born in Le Merlerault (Orne) in Normandy, was educated in Caen and Lisieux and studied medicine at the Sorbonne in Paris under Antoine Dubois. As a physician, he took part in the French expedition to Egypt. On...


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ne: 17-01-2010, 16:54:28
Greece, the land where myths replaces reality

Balkans History

GREECE, THE LAND WHERE MYTHS REPLACES REALITY(Myths about Epirus)What is myth and what does it serve?Myth is a narrative based usually on a false story which can not be used as a replacement of history, but sometimes myth might be considered a distorted account of a real historical event. The my...

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ne: 17-01-2010, 16:50:28
Montenegrin’s – Their Albanian Origin

Balkans History

Montenegrin’s – Their Albanian OriginSlavic invasions certainly decreased the enormous territory of Illyria, which according to APPIAN(The Foreign Wars Ill. 1.1) extended from Istri (modern Danube) to as far as Chaonia and Thesproti (precisely, Ambracia bay). A large portion of the northern Il...


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Alexander The Great Was Albanian
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The Nationality of Alexander the Great! To which people belonged Mighty Alexander the Great. Both peoples claim for him. Greeks, SlavoMacedonians, Bulgarians, Serbs. But who was Alexander in reality? Which was his nationality? It’s clear by ancient sources that Macedonians were never r



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ne: 31-05-2009, 18:58:43
History of Montenegro

Balkans History

Before the arrival of the Slavonic peoples in the Balkans during the sixth century AD, the area now known as Montenegro was inhabited principally by the Illyrians.Along the seaboard of the Adriatic, the movement of peoples that was typical of the ancient Mediterranean world ensu...

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erlehta
ne: 09-01-2007, 19:38:52
The Balkans!

Balkans History

The BalkansThe identity of the Balkans owes as much to its fragmented and often violent common history as to its mountainous geography. The region was perennially on the edge of great empires, its history dominated by wars, rebellions, invasions and clashes between empires, from the times of the...

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