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Was the Greek language spoken by ancient Macedonians? Is the Slavic language spoken in modern Greece? Two maps showing the spread of languages in Macedonia and Greece, one from the old "ancient times" and one of the modern times...
Polyaenus called himself a Macedonian … and made a clear distinction between Macedonians and Greeks! He lived in Rome but obviously he was very aware of his Macedonian origins. Probably for purpose to (mis-)use the “fame of Alexander” for...
“Alexandros is a Greek name”, this is inevitably one of the sentences you hear as a Macedonian when you argue with a Greek. From their point of view, everything about Alexander is Greek: his ancestry, his name, probably also...
Many sagas and legends still accompany the Macedonians under Alexander the Great today. But even in the Middle Ages there were more legends about Alexander's army spreading around. According to some authors, the Saxons are descendants of Macedonian warriors...
General historical hand atlas, or General Historical Handbook, is the name of a historical atlas created by historian Gustav Droysen, published 1886. It contains 96 cards with explanatory text. It was published by the publishing house of Velhagen &...
One of the biggest recent misconceptions regarding the Macedonians is about to be resolved today - the alleged antiquisation of Macedonia.
In the common "Ancient Macedonia" research, the vast majority of findings and researches are based on so-called "Greek and Roman" sources. Academics and researchers rarely devote themselves to other available sources. But, this "other sources" also left behind important...
Alexander I of Macedon was King of Macedonia from 498 to 454 BC. He was the son of Amyntas I of Macedon. He was the first Macedonian king to take part in the Olympic Games. As he is often...
A 1972 CIA report testifies the suppression of Macedonians in Bulgaria. As can be seen from the document, the current policy of the neighboring country of Macedonia is a legacy of "the Bulgarian communist regime". We should not forget that...
Greek and philhellenic academics tried to push the so called "Pella curse tablet" as a proof, that ordinary Macedonians spoke & wrote Greek.