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Macedonian village names

July 23, 2007

THE NAMES OF 804 MACEDONIAN VILLAGES IN AEGEAN MACEDONIA,
occupied by Greece in 1912, that have forcedly been changed from 1926 and forward.
Submitted by Lena Jankovski and Alex Bakratcheff

Following the 1913 Treatry of Bucharest, the Macedonian place names that existed were gradually changed to Greek named, this included people’s family and given names, and was called Hellenization.
1927 Greek Government Legislative Edict
The Greek Government Gazette declared that “there are not any non-Greek people in Greece”. This was part of a process whereby all the names of Macedonian villages, towns, regions, etc. were changed, together with the surnames of ethnic Macedonians, into Greek versions.
1934-1941 Military Dictatorship in Greece
At its height, the Facists regime prohibits the speaking of Macedonian.

MACEDONIAN NAME (District) Greek changed name
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Agova mahala (Ser) Adelfikon
Ahil (Kostur) Agios Ahileos
Aivatovo (Solun) Liti
Ajtos Lerin) Aetos
Akandzhaly (Kukush) Muries
Alchak (Kukush) Hamilon
Alistrat (Ser) Alistrati
Apidija (Ser)
Aposkep (Kostur) Aposkepos
Arapli (Solun) Lehanokipos
Armensko (Lerin) Alonas
Arsen (Voden) Poliplatanon
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Babakjoj (Kukush) Mesja
Babchor (Kostur) Pimenikon
Baldzha (Solun) Melisohorion
Banitza (Lerin) Vevi
Banitza (Ser) Karie
Barakli Dzhumaja (Ser) Valteron
Barovitza (Kukush) Kastaneri
Bejlik mahale (Ser) Valtotopi
Bela Tzarkva (Kostur)
Bel Kamen (Lerin) Drosopigi
Belotintzi (Drama) Levkoija
Ber (Solun) Veria (Imatja)
Berishcha Ptelea
Besvina (Kostur) Sfika
Biraltzi (Kozhany) Perdikas
Bitushe Parorion
Bizovo Megaloplatanos
Blatza (Kostur) Oksies
Blatze Ahladia
Bobishcha (Kostur) Vergas
Boevo Katsanovo
Bogatsko (Kostur) Agios Nikolaos
Bojmitza (Kukush) Aksiupolis
Boreshnitza Palestra
Boriany Agios Atanasios
Borislav Periklia
Borovo Potami
Bostandzievtzi (Kostur)
Bozhetz (Voden) Atiras
Brest (Kukush) Akrolimnion
Breshcheny (Kostur) Kria Nera
Breznitza (Kostur) Vatohorion
Bruhovo Kokina Egri
Buf Akrita
Buf (Lerin) Bufi
Bugarievo (Solum) Karavias
Buk Paranestion
Bukovik (Kostur) Oksia
Bulamasli Akakies
Bultishta Profitis Ilias
Bumboki (Kostur) Makrohori
Butkovo Kerkini
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Chavdar Psomotopi
Chegan (Lerin) Meteora
Chegan (Voden) Agios Atanasios
Chekri (Voden) Paralimni
Cherepljan (Ser) Tserepljani
Chereshnitza (Kostur) Polikerason
Chereshovo (Drama) Tisavros
Chereshovo Pagoneri
Cherkezkjoi (Lerin) Limnohori
Cherkovian Klidohor
Cherna reka (Kukush) Karpi
Chernak Strotis
Chernova Fitia
Chernovishcha (Kostur) Mavrokampos
Chetirok (Kostur) Mesopotamja
Chichigaz (Voden) Stavrodromi
Chiflik(Radogozhe)(Kostur) Triha
Chirpishcha (Ser) Terpni
Chor (Kozhany) Galatija
Chuchuligovo (Ser) Anagenizis
Chuguntzi (Kukush) Megali Sterna
Chuka (Kostur) Puka
Churilovo (Kostur) Tsirilovon
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Dabovo (Kukush) Valtotopi
Dambeni (Kostur) Dendrohori
Darovo Kehrokampos
Dautli (Kukush) Ambelohori
Debretz (Kozhany) Anarahi
Demir Hisar (Ser) Sidirokastron (Sintiki)
Dere Kalitea
Dervent Akritodohori
Dobrolishcha (Kostur) Kalohori
Doksat (Drama) Doksaton
Doleny (Kostur) Zevgostasi
Dolni Poroj (Ser) Kato Poroja
Dolno Drenoveny (Kostur) Kato Kranionas
Dolno Garbali Kato Surmena
Dolno Kalenik (Lerin) Kato Kaleniki
Dolno Kleshtino Kato Klene
Dolno Kotori (Lerin) Kato Idrusa
Dolno Krushevo (Ser) Kato Kerdilion
Dolno Kufalovo (Solun) Kufalja
Dolno Nevoljani (Lerin) Valtonera
Dolno Papratsko (Kostur) Kato Fterias
Dolno Rodivo Kato Korifi
Dovishta (Ser) Papas Emanuil
Drachevo Levkotea
Dragomantzi Apsalos
Dragomir Vapsiohori
Dragosh Zevgolatio
Dragotin (Ser) Promahon
DRAMA DRAMA
Dramendzhik Drakontion
Dranich Antifilipi
Dranichevo (Kostur)
Dravunishta Geraki
Dremiglava Drimos
Drenichevo (Kostur) Kranohori
Drenoveny (Kostur) Kranionas
Drenovo (Kostur) Glikoneri
Drenovo (Ser) Dranovan
Drenovo Monastiraki
Dreveno Pili
Drobishcha (Kostur) Daseri
Druska Drosia
Dudular (Solun) Djavata
Dupjak (Kostur) Dispilion
Durbanli (Kukush) Sinoron
Durdanli (Kukush) Patohori
Durgutli Nigdi
Dutli Eleon
Dzhuma (Kozhany) Amigdala
Dzuma Migdala
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Egri Dere (Drama) Kalitea
Ehatli Kavalaris
Ekshi-su (Lerin) Ksino Nero
Eleovo (Kostur) Lakia
Eleshnitza (Ser) Fea Pitra
Elshen (Ser) Karperi
Embore (Kozhany) Enborion
Enidzhe-Vardar (Voden) Janitza
Enikjoi (Ser) Provatas
Ezeretz (Kostur) Petropulaki
Ezhovo (Ser) Dafni
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Fetishcha Pola Nera
Fotinishcha (Kostur) Fotini
Fotovishcha Valtohoro
Frankovitza Ermakia
Futzeli Semeli
Fustani Evropos
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Gabresh (Kostur) Gavros
Galishcha (Kostur) Omorfoklisia
Garbasel Kastanies
Gariptzi Hloronomos
Garleni (Kostur) Hionaton
Gaskarla Kalohori
Gavalantsi (Kukush) Valtudi
Gavrishcha Dorotea
Gedi-Dermen Eptomili
Georgolik (Kukush) Gorgopi
Gerakartzi (Kukush) Gerakonos
German (Ser) Shistolitos
Gevsekli Rematia
Gjulobasi Pikrolimni
Gjumendzhe (Kukush) Gumenitza (Peonija)
Gjumenich Stiva
Gjundzheli Vamvakuza
Gjupchevo Gipsohori
Gjuredzhik (Drama) Granitis
Gjuvezna Asiros
Globoshchitza Kalohorio
Gola Korifes
Golem Besik Megali Volvi
Golem Sevidrik Megalokampos
Golema Livada (Voden) Megala Livadija
Golishani (Voden) Levkadia
Golo selo (Voden) Gimna
Gorentzi (Kostur) Korisos
Gorjantzi (Drama)
Gorna Nushka Ano Dafnudi
Gorni Kotor (Lerin) Ano Idrusa
Gorni Metoh (Ser)
Gorni Poroj (Ser) Ano Poroja
Gorni Postular Ano Apostoli
Gornitza Kalivrisi
Gornichevo (Lerin) Keli
Gorno Brodi (Ser) Ano Vrondu
Gorno Drenoveny (Kostur) Ano Kranionas
Gorno Garbali Ano Surmena
Gorno Karadzhovo (Ser) Monoklisia
Gorno Klestino Ano Klene
Gorno Krushare Ekso Asladohori
Gorno Krushovo (Ser) Ano Kerdilion
Gorno Kufalovo (Solun) Kuflja
Gorno Kumanichevo (Kostur)
Gorno Nevoljani (Lerin) Skopja
Gorno Papratsko (Kostur) Ano Fterias
Gorno Pozharsko (Voden) Ano Lutraki
Gorno Rodivo (Voden) Ano Korifi
Gorno Selo Ano Vermion
Gosno (Kostur)
Govlishta Krokos
Gradishte Kiros
Gradobor (Solun) Gradeboin
Gradobor Nikopolis
Grache (Kostur) Ftelia
Gramos (Kostur) Gramos
Granichevo Krioneri
Grazhden Vronteron
Grazhdino (Kostur) Vronderon
Gropino Voltolivado
Gugovo (Voden) Viritja
Gulintzi (Lerin) Rodonas
Gurbesh Agriosikia
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Hadzhi-bejlik Vironia
Hadzhi-bajramli Teodosia
Hadzhik Filiros
Hajderli (Kozhany) Klitos
Harava Polikilon
Harbino (Kozhany) Ftelionas
Harman-kjoi Stadmos
Harsovo Herson
Hasanovo (Lerin) Mesohori
Haznatar Hrizohorafa
Hedzik Fikiros
Hodzhovo Karidia
Holeva Amision
Homandos (Ser)
Hristos (Ser) Hristos
Hrupishcha (Kostur) Argos Orestikon
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Ilezli Inoi
Ilidzhievo (Solun)
Indzes Eratni
Ineli (Kozhany) Anatolikon
Ineovo Avrini
Ishirli Platanotopos
Istrane Perasma
Izbishcha (Drama) Agriokerasia
Izglibe (Kostur) Poria
Izvor (Kukush) Pigi
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Jadzilar Ksilokeratia
Janchishcha (Solun) Janisa
Janes Metaliko
Janikia Askos
Janovene (Kostur) Janohori
Janozli Karpofonom
Jaramzli Ajdonia
Javor Diamezon
Javoreny (Voden) Platani
Javornitza Nea Kuklina
Juklemes (Kozhany) Farangi
Jundzhular Kimina
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Kabasnitza (Lerin) Proti
Kadinovo (Voden) Galatas
Kajachaly Triadi
Kajali Vrahia
Kajljari (Kozhany) Ptolemajs (Eordeja)
Kalapot (Drama) Paleon Kalapoti
Kalenik (Lerin)
Kalevishcha (Kostur) Kali Vrisi
Kalinovo (Kukush) Sutojaneika
Kaljany Eani
Kamareto (Ser) Kamaroti
Kamenik Petrias
Kamila (Ser) Ano Kamili
Kandza Aniksia
Kapinjany Eksaplatanos
Kara-bej Karna
Kara-bunar (Kukush) Mavroneri
Kara-bunar (Solun) Angelofrori
Kara-bunar (Kozhany) Mavropigi
Kara-Chali (Solun) Mavrodendri
Kara-Chali (Drama) Mavrovatos
Kara-Chali (Ser) Kaliroj
Kara-chukali Kardia
Karadzha Evangelizmos
Karadzha-kjoi (Solun) Kartera
Karadzha-kjoi (Drama) Tolos
Karadzhova Elafohori
Karagatz Mavrodendri
Kara-ilar Drepanon
Kara-kjoj Kalegiri
Kara-kjoj (Drama) Katafiton
Kara-mahala Koronia
Karamanli Agios Kozmos
Karandzhilari Zarkadia
Kara-sule (Kukush) Polikastron
Kara-tepe Mavrolofos
Karchishta Polianemon
Karchovo Koridohori
Kardzhalar Adendron
Karilova Zardadion
Karladovo Milias
Karlakovo Mikropolis
Karli-kjoi (Ser) Hionohoron
Karpeny (Kostur)
Katranitza (Kozhany) Pirgi
Katun Dipotama
Kavadzhik Levkadi
Kavakli (Drama) Egiros
Kavakli (Kukush) Perintos
Kavakli (Ser) Levkonas
KAVALA KAVALA
Kazanovo Kotili
Kesedzhi Chiflik (Ser) Sidirohorion
Kiklova Kastanies
Kirech-kjoi (Solun) Azevstohorion
Kjospekli (Ser) Skutari
Klabuchishta Poliplatanos
Kladorobi (Lerin) Kladorahi
Klepushna (Ser) Agriani
Klishali Prositis
Klisura (Kostur) Klisura
Kobalishte (Drama) Kokinoja
Kochan Rizana
Kochana Perea
Kochany Kostani
Kokova Polidendri
Kolaritza Manjaki
Kolibi (Kukush) Skinite
Komarjan Kimaria
Komen (Kozhany) Komanos
Kondorbi (Kostur)
Konitza Pevki
Konikovo Stiba
Konomlady (Kostur) Makrohori
Konsko Talakini
Konuj (Kozhany) Elos
Korchak Mirini
Koriten (Kukush) Ksirohori
Kormishta (Ser) Kormista
Kornishor (Voden) Kromni
Kosinetz (Kostur) Jeropigi
Kosinovo Polipetron
KOSTUR KASTORIA
Kosturadzhe (Kostur) Ksifonia
KOZHANY KOZANY
Kozhusany Filotia
Kozlukjoi (Kozhany) Kariohori
Kramtza Mezovunos
Kranishta Dendrari
Krastali Korona
Krechovo Agios Jorgios
Krepeshino (Lerin) Atrapos
Kriva (Kukush) Grivas
Krontzelevo (Voden) Kerasies
Krushari Ampelies
Krushoradi (Lerin) Ahlada
Krushovo (Ser) Ahladohorion
Kuchkari Galini
Kuchkoveny (Lerin) Perazma
KUKUSH KILKIS
Kula Paleokastron
Kulakija Halastra
Kumanich (Drama) Dasaton
Kumanichevo (Kostur) Litia
Kumli (Ser) Amudja
Kurchishcha (Kostur) Polianemon
Kurchovo (Ser) Karidohori (Liebra)
Kushinovo (Kukush) Polipetron
Kushovo Kokina
Kutlesh Vergina
Kula Paleokastron
Kutuger Halastra
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Labanitza (Kostur) Agios Dimitrios
Ladza Terma
Lanki Mikrolimni
Lagino (Lerin) Triandafilia
Lagadina (Solun) Litokastron (Langadas)
Lakavigtza Mikromilia
Langa (Kozhany) Milohori
Latrovo Hortero
Lazheny (Lerin) Mesonisi
Lebishevo (Kostur) Aila
Lehovo (Ser) Krasohori
Lelovo (Kukush) Agios Antonios
Lembed Evkarpia
LERIN FLORINA
Leskovetz (Lerin) Leptokaries
Leskovo Tria Elata
Lestan Farasinon
Leveny Vasiludi
Liban Skaloti
Libanovo Eginion
Libjahovo (Drama)
Lichishta (Kostur) Polikarpos
Likovan Ksilopolis
Likovishta Likojani
Lipintzi (Kozhany) Azvestopetra
Lipush (Ser) Filira
Lise Ohiron
Ljubetino (Lerin) Pedinon
Ljumnitza Skra
Loshnitza (Kostur) Germas
Lovcha (Drama) Kalikarpon
Lovcha (Ser) Akrohori
Lozanovo Palefiton
Lozitza Mezolofos
Ludovo (Kostur) Kria Nera
Luguntzi (Voden) Langadia
Lukovich Sotira
Lunki (Kostur) Mikro Limno
Luvrade (Kostur) Skieron
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Machukovo (Kukush) Evzoni
Mahala (Lerin) Tropeuhos
Mahaledzik Milorema
Malak Besik Mikra Volvi
Malesh (Ser) Vamvakja
Malko-Osmanli Kosmiti
Malovtzi Hilioluston
Mangila (Mogila) (Kostur) Ano Perivoli
Manjak (Kostur) Manjaki
Marchishcha (Kostur) Kato Perivoli
Markoveny (Kostur) Markohori
Mavrovo (Solun) Mavruda
Mavrovo (Kostur) Mavrohori
Mech Mezi
Medovo (Kostur) Milionas
Melnikich (Ser) Melenikitzion
Menteseli Eli
Mentesli Moshuia
Merjan Ligaria
Mertatevo Ksirotopos
Mesely Drias
Mesimer (Voden) Mesimeri
Mezdurek Melisurgio
Mijalovo (Kukush) Mihalitzi
Milovo Megali Gefira
Mirovo Eliniko
Mokreny (Kostur) Variko
Mokro Polikrinos
Morafca Antigonia
Morartzi (Kukush)
Mramor Kapetanudi
Mrsna Gonimon
Munchino Lekani
Munuhy Mavrotalasa
Muralar Pelagros
Muralti Skopos
Murodonli Mirovliton
Mursali Monokaridia
Musacali Aetofolia
Muselim Aedonokastron
Muska Kudunia
Mutulovo Metaksohori
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Negochany Niri
Negovan (Lerin) Flamburion
Negush Nausa
Nered (Lerin) Polipotamon
Nesram (Nestram)(Kostur) Nestorion
Nestime (Kostur) Nastimon
Neukazy (Lerin) Neohoraki
Neveska (Lerin) Nimfeon
Nevoleny (Lerin) Skopia
Nevoleny Vamvaria
Nigoslav Nikoklia
Nigrita (Ser) Nigrita (Visaltija)
Nisia (Voden) Nision
Nivitza (Kostur) Psarades
Novi Grad (Lerin) Ve Gora
Novoseltzi Joromilos
Novo Selo (Kostur) Korfula
Novo Selo (Solun) Nehorion
Novo Selo (Solun) Neohoruda
Novoseljany (Kostur) Nea Komi
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Obor Aravizos
Obsirena Etnikon
Oktzilar Toksote
Oladzhak Platamon
Olishcha (Kostur) Melisotopos
Omotzko (Kostur) Livadotopos
Opaja (Kostur) Opaja
Orchovitza Pevkodazos
Organdzhi (Drama) Organzi
Organdzilar Sapeon
Orizartzi (Kukush) Rizia
Orizari (Voden) Rizarion (Rizo)
Orljak (Ser) Strimonikon
Orman (Kostur) Kato-Levki
Ormanli (Drama) Polikarpos
Ormanli (Ser) Dasohori
Ormanovo Dasero
Orovnik (Kostur) Karie
Orovo (Kostur) Piksos
Osheny (Kostur) Inoi
Oshchima (Kostur) Trigonon
Osin Argangelos
Osljani Agios Fotini
Oslovo Panagitza
Osmanitza Kalos Agros
Osmanli (Pravishta) Hrisokastron
Osmanli (Haldiki) Neromilos
Osnichani (Kostur) Kastanofiton
Ostitza Mikromilia
Ostima Trigonon
Ostrovo (Voden) Arnisa
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Palior (Kozhany) Fufa
Palmes Kastanusa
Papdia (Lerin) Papagja
Papli (Kostur) Levkonas
Paprat Pontokerasia
Pastrovo Kalikrunon
Patele (Lerin) Agios Panteleimon
Patele Pontokerasia
Patichino Patima
Pataros (Kukush) Drosaton
Pazarlar Agora
Pazarli (Haldiki) Dikorfon
Pazarli (Kukush) Melansion
Pejkovo Agios Markoc
Pejzanovo (Solun) Azevstohorion
Pelkati Monopili
Pernovali Agia Ekaterini
Pesjak (Kostur) Amudara
Pesochnitza (Lerin) Amohorion
Petersko (Lerin) Petras
Petgas (Kukush) Pentalofos
Petoritza Hrizohori
Petrovo (Kukush) Agios Petros
Pilkadi (Kostur) Monopilon
Pilorik (Voden) Pilorigi
Piskopija (Voden) Episkopi
Pisoder (Kostur) Pisoderion
Planitza Fiska
Plashnichevo Kria Vrisi
Pleshevitza (Lerin) Kolhiki
Plevna (Drama) Petrusa
Plugar (Voden) Ludias
Pochep (Voden) Margarita
Pod (Voden) Podos
Podgorjany Podohorion
Poljany Polikarpi
Ponor (Kozhany)
Popli (Lerin) Lefkonas
Popolzhany (Lerin) Papajanis
Popovo (Kukush) Miriofiton
Porna Gazoros
Postol (Voden) Pela (Agio Apostoli)
Potores Agia Kiriaki
Pozdivishcha (Kostur) Halara
Pozhari (Solun) Kefalohori
Prahna Aspro
Pravishte (Kavala) Elefteropolis (Pamgeon)
Prebadishte Sosandra
Prekopana (Kostur)
Prekopana (Lerin) Perikopi
Presechen (Drama) Protzani
Pribojna Vunohoron
Prosenik (Ser) Skotusa
Prosochen Pirsopolis
Provishta Palekomi
Pselsko Kipseli
Psore (Kostur) Ipsilon
Puljovo Termopigi
Purlida Konhilia
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Radigoze Agia Ana
Radomir (Kukush) Asvestario
Radovishta Rodjani
Radovo Haropo
Radunishta (Kozhany) Krio Vrisi
Ragjan Vati
Rahmanli (Kukush) Antigoni
Rahmanli (Lerin) Eleuza
Rahmanli (Kozhany) Galina
Rahovitza Marmaras
Rahovo (Solun) Rahia
Rahovo (Drama) Mezorahi
Rajkovche (Ser) Kapnotopos
Rakistan Katahloron
Rakita (Kozhany) Olimpias
Radovo Krateron
Ramel Rahona
Ramna (Kukush) Monoliti
Ramna (Voden) Omalon
Ramna (Kozhany) Omalon
Ranislav Agati
Rantzi (Kozhany) Ermakja
Rapes Drepani
Rasovo Limon
Ravenia Makriplagi
Ravitza Kalifiton
Ravna (Ser) Isoma
Razenik Haradra
Rehimli Mezia
Resen Sitaria
Resilovo Haritomeni
Retini Riakon
Revany (Kostur) Dipotamja
Rizovo Rizo
Rjamentzi (Ser)
Robovo Rodonas
Rudari (Kostur) Ekalitea
Rudino Aloras
Rulja (Kostur) Katohori
Rumbi Lemos
Rum-Saret Vromosiria
Rupel (Ser) Klidion
Rupishcha (Kostur)
Rusinovo (Drama) Ksantogia
Rusovo Makroliti
Ruzheny Rizohori
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Sabotsko (Voden) Ardeja (Almopija)
Sachishcha (Kozhany) Sjatista
Sadina Karavi
Sakaftza Evadohori
Sakulevo Marina
Salamanli Galikos
Salpovo (Kozhany) Ardasa
Samar (Voden) Samari
Samokovo Domatia
Saratzi Falara
Saradza Valtohori
Saraj Sholarion
Sarajli Palatianon
Sarakinovo (Lerin) Sarakini
Sara-pazar (Kukush) Antofiton
Sarashaban Hrisopolis
Sari-gjol (Kukush) Kriston
Sarmusakli (Ser) Pendapolis
Sarmusalari Kokinohori
Savek (Ser) Vamvakofiton
Sborsko (Voden) Revkoton
Sehovo (Kukush) Idomeni
Seljany Mezorena
Semasi (Kostur) Kremaston
Sendelchevo Sandali
Seneleli Rodokipos
SER SERES
Seremeti Fanarion
Serermli Kserovrisi
Seslovo (Kukush) Sevaston
Setina (Lerin) Skopos
Setoma (Kostur) Kefalari
Sevendekli Eptalofon
Severjany Vorino
Sfiltzi Hromion
Shakovitza (Kostur)
Shekerki (Kukush) Zaharaton
Sheshtevo (Kostur) Sidirohori
Shilinos (Ser) Sfelinos
Shijak (Kostur) Komninades
Shkrapar (Kostur)
Shlimnishcha (Kostur) Milica
Shljopintsi (Kukush) Dogani
Shtarkovo (Kostur) Plati
Sicevo Sidirohori
Siderova Mezovuni
Singelevo (Ser)
Sivry Nea Mahala
Skrizhevo (Ser) Skopia
Slatina (Kostur) Hrisi
Slatina (Voden) Hrisi
Sliveny (Kostur) Koromilia
Smol (Kukush) Mikron Dasos
Smurdesh (Kostur) Kristalopigi
Snicheny (Kostur)
Sokol (Ser) Sikja
Sokolovo Parapotomos
SOLUN THESSALONIKI
Sosuri Nimfi
Spantzi (Lerin) Fanos
Spantzi (Kukush) Latomi
Spatjovo (Ser) Kimesis
Spirlitovo Plagiari
Sporlita Elefina
Srebreny (Lerin) Asproija
Starchishta (Drama) Peritorion
Starichany (Kostur) Lakomata
Statitza (Kostur) Melas
Stavros (Solun) Stavros
Stavrovo Stavrodromi
Stensko (Kostur) Stena
Straishta Ida
Strezovo (Kukush) Argirupolis
Strupino Likostomon
Subas-Kjoj Neon Suli
Sufilar (Halkidiki) Angelohori
Sufilar (Kavala) Angelohori
Suha-banja (Tashino ezero) Paliotros
Suha-banja (Ser) Ksilotros
Suho (Solun) Sohos
Sujudzuk Lima
Sulovo Amaranta
Surlevo (Kukush) Amaranda
Surovichevo (Lerin) Amindeon
Sveta Marina (Ber) Agia Marina
Sveta Nedelja (Kostur) Agia Kiriaki
Sveta Petka (Lerin) Agia Paraskevi
Sveti Atanas (Drama) Agios Atanasios
Sveti Ilija (Voden) Profitis Ilias
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Tagramishevo Idromilos
Tarlis (Drama) Vatitopos
Tarlis Sidirohori
Tarnaa (Kostur)
Tarnovo (Kostur) Ankatoton
Tarsje (Kostur) Trivunon
Tehovo (Voden) Karadjas
Tekelievo (Solun) Sindos
Tekri Paralimni
Tekri-Vermisly Kserorevma
Telkili Petralona
Tikisli Talasia
Tikveny (Kostur) Kalokinton
Tiolishcha (Kostur) Tihion
Todorak (Kukush)
Tohova Palionelines
Toilar Peristeri
Toma Avgo
Toptzi Gefira
Topchilar Agios Dimitrios
Topljany Jorgjani
Topola Kiriaki
Topoljan (Ser) Hrisos
Topchievo (Solun) Gerifa
Topolovo Nea Tiroloi
Tranka (Ser) Damaskinon
Trebeno (Kozhany) Kardja
Treboletz Tripolis
Trepishcha (Kozhany) Agios Hristoforos
Tresino (Voden) Ormai
Trifulchevo Trifili
Trihovishcha Kamiohori
Tuhol (Kostur) Pevkos
Tukovo Leptokaria
Tumba (Ser) Neos Skopos
Tumba (Kukush) Tumba
Tumba Emvolos
Turbesh (Ser) Makriotisa
Turcheli Trakiko
Tukitza Trias
Turje (Kostur) Korifi
Turmanli Rodonia
Tursko selo Milopotamos
Tushilovo (Kukush) Statis
Tusin (Voden) Aetohiri
Tzakoni (Kostur)
Tzarmarinovo (Voden) Marina
Tzarvishta (Ser) Kapnofiton
Tzerovo (Lerin) Klidi
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Udzhana (Kozhany) Komninon
Ugurli Peristereon
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Vadrishta (Kukush) Kambohorion
Vadrishta (Voden) Palea Milotopos
Vadrishta Milotopos
Valchshta Domeron
Valgatzi (Kukush) Kambohorion
Valkojanovo (Voden) Liki
Valkovo Hrisokefolos
Vambel (Kostur) Mosohori
Varbeny (Lerin) Itja
Varbnik (Kostur)
Varlankza Agroniri
Vartokop (Voden) Skidra
Vartolom Agios Vartolomeos
Vardarovtzi Aksiohori
Vardino Limnotopos
Vates Nea Epivate
Vatilak (Solun) Vatilakon
Vazheny Sevastia
Vazme (Drama) Eksohori
Veldziler Dimaros
Velishti Levkopigi
Verzhjany Kato Psihiko
Vetrina Neo Petrici
Veshtitza (Solun) Angelohorion
Veznik (Ser) Monikon
Vidulushche (Kostur)
Vichishcha (Kostur)
Vineny (Kostur) Pili
Virlan Anavrito
Vishen (Ser) Visjani
Visheny (Kostur) Vissinia
Visochan Ksiropotamos
Visoka Osa
Vitachishta (Ser) Vitasta
Vitan (Kostur) Votani
Vitivjany Polifiton
Vitovo Delta
Vladikovo Oropedion
Vladovo (Voden) Agras
VODEN EDESSA
Vojvodina (Kozhany) Spilia
Volak (Drama) Volaks
Volchishta (Ser) Domiros
Volchishta Idoea
Volovot Nea Santa
Voronos Kikomidinon
Vosova Sfikia
Voshtarany (Lerin) Meliti
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Zabardeny (Kostur) Melantion
Zabardeny (Lerin) Lofi
Zagoricheny (Kostur) Vasilias
Zahartzi Tagarades
Zarnovo (Drama) Kato Nevrokopion
Zarovo (Solun) Nikopolis
Zdraltza (Kostur) Ampelokipi
Zdravik Draviskos
Zeleniche (Lerin) Sklitron
Zhelegozhe (Kostur) Pentavrison
Zhelevo (Kostur) Andartikon
Zhelin (Kostur) Heliodendron
Zhensko (Kukush) Ginekokastron
Zherveny (Kostur) Agios Antonios
Zhupanishcha (Kostur) Anolevki
Zhuzheltzy (Kostur) Spilea
Ziljahovo Nea Zihni
Ziljahovo (Ser) Filidos
Zimbjul mahala Pevkolofos
Zorbatovo (Solun) Mikro Monastiri
Zulitza Spitea

Macedonia – In all international languages!

July 20, 2007
eng / ast / cym / glg / ina / ita / lat / lld / pol / roh / ron / spa: Macedonia
bre / fin / jav / kal / nor / sme: Makedonia
afr / lim / nld: Macedonië
cat / oci / srd: Macedònia
hrv / lit / slv: Makedonija
arg / eus: Mazedonia
dan / swe: Makedonien
fra / jnf: Macédoine
kaa / uzb: Makedoniya / Македония
kur / zzz: Makedonya / ماکه‌دۆنیا
aze: Makedoniya / Македонија
bam: Maseduwani
bos: Makedonija / Македонија
ces: Makedonie; Macedonie
csb: Macedonijô; Macedońskô
deu: Mazedonien / Mazedonien; Makedonien / Makedonien
dje: Masidoniya
dsb: Makedońska
epo: Makedonujo; Makedonio
est: Makedoonia
fao: Makedónia
fry: Masedoanje
fur: Macedonie
gla: Macadòinia; Masadonia
gle: An Mhacadóine / An Ṁacadóine
glv: Yn Vasseydoan
hat: Masedwan; Masedoni
hsb: Makedonska
hun: Macedónia
ibo: Masedọnia
ind: Makedonia / ماكيدونيا
isl: Makedónía
kmr: Makêdonî / Македони / ماکێدۆنی
lav: Maķedonija
ltz: Mazedonien / Mazedonien
mlg: Makedônia
mlt: Maċedonja
mol: Macedonia / Мачедония
mos: Masedoan
mri: Maketōnia; Makerōnia
msa: Macedonia / ماسيدونيا
nbl: iMakhedoniya
nds: Makedonien / Makedonien
nrm: Basse-Macédouène
por: Macedónia / Macedônia
que: Masidunya
rmy: Makedoniya / माकेदोनिया
rup: Machedonia
scn: Macidonia
slk: Macedónsko
som: Makadooniya
sqi: Maqedonia
srd: Makedònia
swa: Macedonia; Makedonia
tat: Makedoniä / Македония
tet: Masedónia
ton: Masitōnia
tsn: Maketonia
tuk: Makedoniýa / Македония
tur: Makedonya
vie: Ma-xê-đô-ni-a
vol: Makedonän
vor: Makõdoonia
wln: Macedoneye
wol: Masedwaan
xho: iMakedoni
zul: iMakedoniya
got:  (Makidonja)
chu: Македонія (Makedonīja)
abq / alt / bak / bul / kaz / kir / kjh / kom / krc / kum / rus / tyv / udm: Македония (Makedonija)
che / chv / oss: Македони (Makedoni)
bel: Македонія / Makiedonija
chm: Македоний (Makedonij)
kbd: Македоние (Makedonie)
mkd: Македонија (Makedonija)
mon: Македон (Makedon)
srp: Македонија / Makedonija
tgk: Мақдуния (Maqdunija) / مقدونیه (Maqdūniyâ)
ukr: Македонія (Makedonija)
ara: مقدونيا (Maqdūniyā); مكدونيا (Makdūniyā)
fas: مقدونیه (Maqdūnīye); مکادونیه (Makādūnīye)
kab: ماسيدونيا / Masidunya
prs: مقدونیا (Maqedūniyā)
pus: مکدونيا (Makədoniyā); مقدونيا (Maqədoniyā)
uig: ماكېدونىيە / Makédoniye
urd: میسیڈونیا (Mæseḋoniyā); مقدونیہ (Maqdūniyâ)
div: މެސިޑޯނިއާ (Mesiḋōni’ā)
arc: ܡܩܕܘܢܝܐ (Maqdūnyā)
heb: מקדוניה (Maqdônyah)
lad: מאסידוניה / Masedonia
yid: מאַקעדאָניע (Makedonye)
ell: Μακεδονία (Makedonía)
hye: Մակեդոնիա (Makedonia)
kat: მაკედონია (Makedonia)
hin: मैसेडोनिया (Mæseḍoniyā); मखदूनिया (Makʰdūniyā)
nep: म्यासेडोनिया (Mæseḍoniyā)
ben: মেসিডোনিয়া (Mesiḍoniyā)
pan: ਮੈਕਡੋਨੀਆ (Mækḍonīā)
kan: ಮೆಸಡೋನಿಯ (Mesaḍōniya)
mal: മസിഡോണിയ (Masiḍōṇiya)
tam: மசிடோனியா (Mačiṭōṉiyā)
zho: 馬其頓 / 马其顿 (Mǎqídùn)
jpn: マケドニア (Makedonia)
kor: 마케도니아 (Makedonia)
tha: มาซิโดเนีย (Māsidōniya)
khm: ម៉ាសេដូនី (Māsedūnī)
mya: မက္‌စီဒုိးနီယား (Meʿsidòniyà)

Hellenism – Invented in the XIX Century???

July 14, 2007

“We are all Greeks,” said Percy Shelley. While historians may question whether, in the idealized cultural vision of Shelley’s day, even the Greeks were ever really Greeks, the poet nevertheless expresses a powerful conceit, and one that provides an important context for the subject of Max Bruch’s oratorio.

That modern civilization considers many of its greatest achievements to be refinements of classical culture is evident in the markers of historical continuity that surround us still–the architecture of educational and governmental institutions, the language of medicine, the use of myths like Oedipus through which we explain ourselves. Indeed, our reverence for Greek accomplishment is so embedded in our current experience and education, that we might easily forget that the idea of Greece as the birthplace of civilization is really only about two hundred years old. The notion was developed through the course of the nineteenth century, when circumstances in Europe determined the need for an appropriate history and genealogy.

This is not to say that classical culture was not always a fertile imaginative archetype in European thought. Aristotelian philosophy dominated the Roman Church for centuries, and when Europe discovered classical art and literature already known to the Arabs, it sparked a movement known as the Renaissance. An education in ancient literatures and languages was standard for the princes of Europe throughout the sixteenth century and seventeenth centuries, and shortly after that, the Baroque era was ushered in by the so-called “neoclassicists,” who believed their historical mission to be the reinvention in orderly fashion of the best social and artistic elements of the ancient world.

But it was not until after the French Revolution effectively ended the Baroque era that an eruption occurred–sometimes referred to as “Hellenomania–when the shade of Greece began to materialize into its present embodiment as cultural fountainhead. At this point, just when Europeans were anxiously pondering their future, a series of events occurred that inflamed their imaginations about their genealogical past.

Not the least of these were the advancements made in the understanding of Greek philology and art. For the first time, linguists were able to clarify the relation of ancient Greek to modern European languages. This was particularly interesting to the Germans, who immediately noticed specific similarities between Greek and their own language. Earlier, the sculptor Johann Joachim Winckelmann, influenced by the English Lord Shaftesbury, had written an influential treatise reevaluating Greek art, Thoughts on the Imitation of Greek Works in Painting and Sculpture, which was followed by a famous essay of his student, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, entitled Laocon. Additionally, in 1807, Lord Elgin brought the friezes of the Parthenon to England, where multitudes of Europeans marveled at them. And, as interest mounted in this ancient culture, the Greek War of Independence broke out in 1821, striking a blow for the ancients against the “degenerative influence” of the “Orientals.”

It should not surprise us that the first important thinkers to embrace the new Hellenism were the German and English Romantics. We are sometimes prone to think that, in their rejection of the works of the previous age, which they saw as mired in slavish adulation of the classics, the Romantics rejected classicism in favor of nature. But it is far more accurate to say that they rejected the Latinate imitations of eighteenth-century artists as a corruption of Greek principles. For them, the recovery of Greek culture unadorned with Augustan frills was firmly associated with a sloughing off of the old ways–the initial optimism of revolutionary times.

The shift from Roman reason to Greek sentiment is reflected in the shifting attitudes toward the perceived father of Greek literature, Homer. Pope translated Homer’s epics, but considered Virgil and Horace far superior to the crude Greek. Goethe, however, declared Homer his favorite author, and while touring classical sites, contemplated (but never wrote) a play about Odysseus. Keats’s admiration for Homer and the Greeks is evident throughout his work, including two of his most famous poems, “On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer” and “Ode on a Grecian Urn.” Shelley planned to travel to the land of Homer but was prevented by his untimely death. Byron did travel there, and met his own untimely death on his way to fight for the Greeks.

For the Romantics, then, Greek culture symbolized beauty, liberty, and republicanism. As a symbol, Greece did not impart such notions as much as become invested with them by nineteenth-century thinkers. Ancient Greece, in other words, was appropriated and variously interpreted to serve contemporary ends.

This is apparent in what happened to the image of the Greeks later in the century. Disillusionment with the French Revolution by no means lessened the Europeans’ fervor for all things Greek. Instead, Europe merely refashioned the Greeks to suit the changing times. For the German philologist Wilhelm von Humboldt, ancient Greece represented anything but revolution. As Minister of Education, he established the Altertumswissenshaft, the Science of Antiquity (or as its English counterpart was called, the discipline of Classics). Humboldt saw the study of classics as a means of educational reform and social unification that avoided both the destruction of revolution and the oppressive domination of the Roman church. It was a secular alternative that appealed to the Germans, who already felt a special connection to the Greeks linguistically.

Humboldt extended this relation to encompass culture: Our study of Greek history is therefore a matter quite different from our other historical studies. For us the Greeks step out of the circle of history.[AJDE MORE! -OD MODERATOROT] Knowledge of the Greeks is not merely pleasant, useful or necessary to us–no, in the Greeks alone we find the ideal of that which we should like to be and to produce.” To small fragmented states rapidly industrializing, where economic unity was becoming a necessity, Humboldt offered a wondrous vision of a Germany culturally united as heir apparent to the Greeks, ensuring the succession of the glory of the ancients. For the Romantics, the primary figure of Greek lore was Prometheus, the suffering genius bringing fire to the common people. In the latter part of the century, another figure predominated–the wandering, exiled king, the rightful ruler who puts his house in order: Odysseus.

What the eminently adaptable image of ancient Greece offered nineteenth-century Europe, then, was an identity, a means by which Europeans could interpret their past, evaluate their present, and propose their destiny. The Greeks afforded Europe a prolific source of cultural definition. Wagner may have looked north for such definition, but Bruch looked south, and he was not alone. For the Germans, the achievements of Greek culture was a powerful model for their own national identity–regardless of actual circumstances. In 1871, Bismarck succeeded in his plan of uniting Germany, though the unification was more a result of Prussian domination than mutual agreement. By 1873, optimism concerning the unification had vanished in the wake of a devastating market crash. But that year also saw two other events: the premiere of Bruch’s Odysseus, and Heinrich Schliemann’s discovery of the site of ancient Troy. “We are all Greeks,” said Shelley, but perhaps Bruch might have added, “especially Germans.”

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Yes…after all Macedonia is only Macedonian and everyone wants a piece of the cradle of the worlds civilisation…

Alexander the Great of Macedonia – Great Macedonian king!

June 30, 2007

I can proudly present a video made for my ancestor – Alexander the Great!

While you watch the video, you can hear a beautiful Macedonian song dedicated to the Great Macedonian King.

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREEK PROPAGANDA ABOUT THE ORIGIN’S NAME “MACEDONIA”?

June 24, 2007

Michael A. Dimitri-contemporary Macedonian ,gives his EXPLANATION about the origins name of the ancient Macedonian.He first examines the Greek claim that the name Macedonians means *Highest*or *Mountaneous* who came from the mountains to conquer the valleys,or the *Highest Mountains* which is also reference about their original location.He dismissed the support of this claim that is derived from the SET UP geneology of the Macedonian Dinasty Ardead,who offered the ancient historians Herodotdus and Tycidius in 5 b.c.He independently REPEATS THE POINT OF BADIAN:THAT SUCH GEONOLOGIES WERE MADE UP WITH POLITICAL BACKGROUNDS.He ADVOCATES EASIER AND MORE BACKED UP AND MOST POSSIBLE DERIVATION ABOUT THE NAME “MAKEDONIA”�,which : LIES in the Prehistory. Dimitri says:During that period in many parts of the world THE MAIN WORSHIPIING THAT WORSHIPED THE EXISTING CIVILIZATIONS, while they educated how to cultivate, settle, and unwild the land where they lived, Was THE LAND they DEFINED AS GODESS. This **EARTH GODESS** was SHE as a MOTHER, who BROUGHT them FOOD, CEILINGS UPON THEIR HEADS, who were UNCONDITICIONAL for SURVIVAL. AS A GIFT FOR HER BLESSING, huge part, from this cultures named their LAND as EARTH in ACCORDANCE with THEIR version of **MOTHER EARTH**. A well known example about this is Italy ,which name originates from *ITALIA* – ancient MOTHER of the same PENINSULA. In indo-european languages, where BELONGS AND THE MACEDONIAN,THE BASIS *MA* quite OFTEN, ASSOCIATED WITH **FEMININE, WOMEN, AND MOTHER*. The following examples are : *MATER* in latin, *MADRE* in spanish, *MAMA* in english and *MAJKA* in Macedonian. As well the basis of the word *DON* means *GIFT(PODAROK)*. The following examples are: *DO DARE* in latin, *DAR* in Spanish, and *DONATE* in English and *DONESE* in Macedonian. If we ADD the word *MAJKA-MOTHER* upon the thus formed base *DON* along with it is TYPICAL INDO-EUROPEAN END on the nouns *JA* we will OBTAIN the word *MAJKADONIA* OR *MAKEDONIJA*. The name Macedonia ORIGINATES from the prehistory and its meaning is **THE MOTHER’S GIFT* OR *MOTHER DOMAIN*. The are other evidences which would support this FACT as are the writings written whereas the MACEDONIAN MOTHER-EARTH is NAMED AS *MA*. Also there are present historic references old few millennia related to the so CALLED people *MACEDONIANS*

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREEK PROPAGANDA ABOUT MACEDONIA? 4

June 24, 2007

While the Macedonians in the north (that’s all of *geographical* Macedonia today) have always referred to themselves simply as Macedonians, the various races that have inhabited the territory south of Mt. Olympus have referred to themselves by different names over the ages: Mycenaeans, Dannoi, Peloponnesians, Yunan, Achaea, Greci, Romanoi, HELLas, etc, etc! When the recent ancestors of the “current inhabitants” of *Modern Greece* illegally annexed 51% of the Ottoman occupied Macedonian nation in 1913 they referred to the territory as *New Territories*, then not long afterwards changed the name to *Northern Greece*, then once again in August 1988 to *Macedonia*! (the Greek province of) (it seems that they have a bad habit of changing names and falsifying history!)
Actually, not only do they have a bad habit of changing names and falsifying history, but they also have a knack of taking other people’s symbols and putting them onto flags of their own design and imagination! (thus provoking those people) Then they change the flag design at their own whim and fancy! (to match current political trends and to offset their northern neighbour!)
There were sculptures which depicted lions. (and lion’s heads!) There was King Philip II’s body armour. It contained three small lion heads which were molded into it! Philip=Ph-ili-p=Iliy Leo=Lion=Ilion=Iliy (The Sun God in the form of a Lion on earth!) Tsar Samoil was a medieval Macedonian King who managed to establish a short lived Macedonian State/Empire. His symbol was a two-tailed lion with a crown on its head! Samoil=Samo/Only, Il = Iliy=Only Iliy. The Modern Macedonian coat of arms has the same two-tailed lion with a crown on its head.
There was this coin which had the inion BACILICCAKLEOPATRA forged around a female head!? This I made out to be Queen Cleopatra (69 – 31 BC) who was the last monarch of the ruling Macedonian Ptolemaic Dynasty in Ancient Egypt. Basil- B=V,Vasil-Va =Vo =In,Sil=Power,*Vo Sil* means *In Power* in Modern Macedonian! Vasilicca=Vo-Sil-i-cca =(cca, tsa, is the female gender referring to Queen!) Thus Basil means King and Basilicca means Queen! (Notice Sila=S-il-a=Iliy. As in the *power* of the Sun God Iliy!) Many centuries later, at the time of the ruling Macedonian Dynasty of the Byzantine Empire around 1000 AD there were the (Macedonian Emperors) Basil I & Basil II.
As I was trying to comprehend all this, I noticed that there was this tour guide who was escorting a dozen or so elderly people around the place. He was trying to explain to them what the artifacts meant! (allegedly!) I couldn’t believe it when he introduced himself as Mr. Ilias Vassilakis! Ilias=Iliy and Vassilakis=Vo-Sil=In Power=King.
By the mention of his name Ilias Vassilakis I began to realize that the people of the Ancient City-States not only inherited proto-Slavic blood, but also proto-Slavic culture as well! (I think the Greek government knew this all along but was trying to prevent this leaking out at all costs!) *Modern Greeks* then are mere *hybrids*(and/or mongrels). Not that there is anything wrong with that by all means. The *Modern Greek* genetic make-up (referring to the territory south of Mt. Olympus) must contain the yoke of the numerous invaders, occupiers and settlers who have inhabited this land over the ages, including the indigenous *southern*Aegean proto-Slav Pelasgians! (Yes Slav *Yoke*, the very same people they so loathe and despise!)
Thus, by using the name *Greek* to refer to both the Ancient and Modern people, the Greek State (founded in 1829) falsely implies direct descent for the Modern Greeks from the Ancients!

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREEK PROPAGANDA ABOUT MACEDONIA? 3

June 24, 2007

In the making of the ancient *Internati Koine*or *Common Language* (which has been hijacked by the Modern State of Greece and called *Greek* today) the Ancient Peloponnesians or the people of the Ancient City-States started to add phonemes and symbols onto foreign/indigenous words in the evolution of their own language! In this language (Koine) the overwhelming selection of words were of indigenous proto-Slavic origin (i.e. *southern* Aegean Pelasgian and/or Phoenician) and a lesser amount were Arab words. (i.e. Sub-Saharan/Afro-Asiatic Mycenaean Colonists/Invaders and/or Egyptian words). However, some words were not translated and left as original! These words are similar to today’s Macedonian words! (I also informed my Maltese friend that Malta too was a Phoenician colony!) On the other hand US Scientists today are not counting on Modern Greeks as even belonging to the Indo-European peoples because the Modern Greek Language, a bastardized form of the ancient International Mediterranean Koine or Common Language, has so many Arabisms!)
As mentioned, the Modern State of Greece (not to be confused with the Ancient City-States) has adopted (hijacked) the ancient International Mediterranean Koine language of the time and has classified (falsified) it as *Greek* today! This would be like the African, former French colony of *Niger* taking the French language and claiming it as theirs! By doing this, the Modern Greeks (not to be confused with the people of the Ancient City-States) may also think they can claim a stake on many other countries around the Mediterranean, even the Jewish! (remember the Old Testament was translated from Hebrew to Koine!)
The Greek government’s intention was to victimize the Modern Macedonians, remembering they don’t speak any Koine at all today! (so-called *Greek* today) The inions unearthed were written in a form that *Modern Greeks* could not comprehend! As mentioned, Koine had evolved so much and had acquired so many foreign elements over the years that it had become bastardized and hardly resembled the original!
We know from history that the Ancient Macedonians also spoke another language besides poor and/or broken Koine (later becoming somewhat bi-lingual!) Evidence of this also comes from the Ancient Macedonians enemies, the Ancient City-States themselves and the likes of the Athenian Demosthenes who called King Philip II of Macedon a *barbarian*, meaning a *babbler* or *blubberer* of foreign speech!
Too bad the Greek government didn’t reveal what this *other* language was by showing even older, very Ancient proto-Slavic ini which they are no doubt hiding from the eyes of the world! (which is what Koine itself is overwhelmingly created from! After 1,600 BC!) In the artificial borders of the Balkans today, how can one on the side of The Republic of Maced find an abundance of very ancient proto-Slavic inions in the ground (which is the root language of the Modern Macedonians) and over the border in artificial Greece nothing has been found that we know of!? Hmmm!? I smell a rat! You don’t have to be Einstein to figure out what Greece is really hiding before the eyes of the world!
There were prominent displays of the Ancient Macedonian sun-symbol which appeared on coins and vases. However, throughout their history the Sub-Saharan/Afro-Asiatic Mycenaean Colonists and many centuries later the Ancient City-States themselves had never used this symbol! It had never appeared on an Ancient City-State coin or other relic! Likewise, the Modern Greeks had never seen or knew anything about this symbol before! (that is before 1978!) Across the artificial border in The Republic of Macedonia the Macedonian sun-symbol, on the other hand, can be found engraved on century old churches and monasteries! It is also common in the handmade centuries old fabric designs etc!
In 1988 we had the provocative situation when the Turkish Christians (settlers in the Greek occupied part of Macedonia from the 1920′s) began displaying a flag with a “blue” Macedonian sun-symbol on a white background. (This therefore matching the Modern Greek flag or Bavarian flag which depicts blue and white stripes!).
In 2006 we have the pathetic situation where the Turkish Christians (and other impostors) are flying proudly a new version of this flag! It is now the golden Macedonian sun-symbol on a blue background! What next?

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREEK PROPAGANDA ABOUT MACEDONIA? 2

June 24, 2007

The golden sixteen pointed sun-symbol is an indication that the Ancient Macedonians revered/worshiped the Sun God *ILIY*. So did the proto-Slav Illyrians who lived to the north-west of Makedon, and the *southern* Aegean proto-Slav Pelasgians who lived south of Mt Olymp-us (Note. Mt Olymp-us =Iliy’s Mountain) stretching to the Morea peninsula (modern day Peloponnesus) and inhabiting the Aegean islands. Many millennia later (around 1,600 BC) when the Sub-Saharan / Afro-Asiatic Colonists arrived, they simply jumped on the band-wagon and adopted Iliy for themselves calling him *Hellios* (and many centuries later, around 800 BC, so did the heterogeneous people of the Ancient City-States).
Filip=Philip/Phillip and Aleksandar/Alexander ARE INDIGENOUS PROTO-SLAVIC (MACEDONIAN) NAMES THAT HAVE REFERENCE TO THE SUN GOD ILIY. THEY ARE NOT SUB-SAHARAN / AFRO-ASIATIC NAMES!
Philip = Ph-ili-p, Aleksandar = Ale/Ile/Iliy, San > Sun, Dar > gift (Gift of Iliy, the Sun God). *Note > Ilija > a Macedonian *male* name= Ili-ja, and Ilinka = a Macedonian *female name*=Ili-nka. (Also the name of the former Macedonian Foreign Minister)
The Sub-Sharan/Afro-Asiatic Mycenaean Colonists, the *heterogeneous* people of the Ancient City-States, and the “hybrid” Modern Greeks simply “Hellenized” these names! Eg: Philip = *Phillipos*, Aleksandar = Alexandros, Ilija = Ilias.
Even the name *Helen* from which is derived *Hellene* has reference to Iliy! Ellena > Helen = Elle = Iliy.
My friend and I (reluctantly) paid the entry fee then walked inside. It was a typical set up you would expect to see. The area was roped off. There were numerous coins, vases, and many other artifacts bearing *Koine* inions that were behind glass screens. (Hmmm? funny there were no very ancient proto-Slavic inions to be seen anywhere!) There was a plaque above each glass cabinet which contained a briefing note that explained (allegedly) where the artifacts were found and what they meant. (I wasn’t convinced) There were a couple of Security Guards as well!
I saw the *Linear A* tablet (which was found in Crete) and recognized the Modern Macedonian word *Zet*! (meaning Son-in-law). The accompanying *Linear B* tablet made no sense to me. The Sub-Saharan/Afro-Asiatic Mycenaean Colonists/invaders took the alphabet of the indigenous proto-Slav Pelasgian inhabitants of Crete (Linear A) after conquering them around 1450 BC and used this to write an early form of *Koine* (Linear B). The *southern* Aegean proto-Slav Pelasgians were the creators of the culture of Mycenae!
In the Republic of Maced one of the oldest sources of evidence written on stone in the *Ancient Macedonian* phonetic language/alphabet dates back to the Neolithic period, to the time of the *Zets*. As mentioned, a Zet (in Modern Macedonian) is a Son-In-Law. From the deciphered inions it appears that the Zets of various tribes seemed to be involved in some sort of conflict with each other. *A deion that dates back between 2100 BC and 1200 BC tells a boastful story of how the Zet Ig’lal (eagle) destroyed the Ege kingdom. (Aegae was the capital of Ancient Macedonia before it was moved to Pella) It appears that being a Zet had its privileges. It was common practice in those days for a young man to leave his own family, marry and become a Zet. Marriages were a powerful symbol for bonding family ties and for forging powerful alliances. A good example of this is Philip II’s marriages to various women from his annexed worlds.
The artifacts (supposedly found in the Greek occupied part of Macedonia) had some very badly spelled and poorly worded inions in the ancient *Internati Koine* or *Common Language* which was present in Ancient Maced after 500 BC. The inions were identical to those found in Athens, clearly indicating their non-indigenous origin! To be a dialect of the Ancient City-States there needed to be some divergence in the inions, just like there was in the other City-States further south and in the Peloponnesus! There was none! So, whatever Koine the Ancient Macedonians spoke was taught to them by teachers from Athens!

HOW TO DEAL WITH GREEK PROPAGANDA ABOUT MACEDONIA?

June 24, 2007

In August 1988 the Modern State of Greece (a Great Power fabrication strategically created in 1829, a state which is neither related to the Ancient People nor their City-States) decided to change the name of its illegally annexed northern province from *Northern Greece* to *Macedonia*!?
Why did the Greek government do this? Why didn’t they do this a decade earlier? The reason is because they knew that Communism was about to collapse, and the winds of change would sweep throughout Eastern Europe. They knew that the *indigenous* Macedonians from across the border in the Socialist Republic of Maced would declare their independence and resurrect *part*of their Ancient State! Communism collapsed in Europe in the late 80′s and early 90′s. The indigenous Macedonians in Yugoslavia achieved their independence in 1991.
The name change by Greece was a ploy to *muddy* the waters in order to suppress the Republic from using the name Macedonia and proclaiming that it was the only one with exclusive rights to the name! From then on a Greek state sponsored propaganda campaign was put in action!
As part of their world-wide (anti-Macedonian) propaganda campaign the Greek government in 1988 organized (would you believe) a so-called gift for Australia as part of their bi-centennial celebrations! It was an exhibition of archaeological treasures which included items supposedly found in King Philip II of Macedon’s tomb in 1978 (by an Archaeology Professor who was born in Asia Minor! Need we say anymore!?)
The exhibition was deliberately dubbed *THE TREASURES of MACEDONIA*! This choice of title had sinister intentions and was cleverly chosen! After the local Macedonian community protested, the Australian government insisted that Greece drop the word *MACEDONIA* from this title. But instead of dropping the name, Greece threatened to cancel the so-called gift to the Australian people and the Australian government bowed to Greek demands, allowed the exhibition to go ahead as was, thus sparking further protests from the Macedonian community. Other countries declined the Greek offer to show the treasures in their respective countries!
Sporting *greasy* wet looking hair do’s a Maltese friend of mine and I went to see the exhibition which was held at the museum in Melbourne to see what the fuss was all about! I had my trademark distinctive *hair-part* which only hair-styling *grease* could maintain! Plain water sprayed through my hair, then combed failed to achieve this desired look. My friend (whom I call *Malta*) had and still has shoulder length black curly hair! Hair-styling *grease*is not appropriate for him! Rather, he *lathers* *hair-mousse* through his hair. *Mousse* (he tells me) meets the requirements of his hair needs!
At the entrance there was this big sign which read in blue writing TREASURES OF MACEDONIA. It was accompanied by a blue sixteen pointed sun-symbol on a white background. (funny, I thought the Sun was yellow in colour?) Blue and White stripes are the colours on the Modern Greek flag! I immediately knew that something fishy was going on!

Macedonia =Makedonija is a *Slavic* name. Make =Mother, Don =Domain, Make-Don = Mothers Domain.

*MAKE-DON* IS NOT A SUB-SAHARAN / AFRO-ASIATIC NAME! Who’s *Mothers Domain*? The (highly civilized) indigenous Pelasgian, Venets/Enets, Lyncestians, Paeonians, Brygian/Phrygian, etc tribes that lived on the territory of *geographical* Macedonia. They spoke dialects of the same *word*/’Slov’/proto-*Slav* language from at least 7,000 BC. (according to Cyrillic like inions found in the Republic of Macedonia, formerly the Socialist Republic of Macedonia within federal Yugoslavia) Later, from around 800 BC (according to mainstream history) they united in a single kingdom/state under the name Makedon. (Notice the *Dom* in Kingdom!) *MAKE-DON* IS NOT THE *MOTHERS DOMAIN* OF THE SUB-SAHARAN / AFRO-ASIATIC MYCENAEAN COLONISTS AND/OR THE HETEROGENOUS PEOPLE OF THE ANCIENT CITY-STATES (WHO WERE FORMED LATER AROUND 800 BC) NEITHER OF THESE ENTITIES PENETRATED PAST THE COASTAL REGIONS OF CHALCIDICE. SO HOW CAN MAKE-DON BE THE *MOTHERS DOMAIN* OF THE OFFSPRING OF THE TURKISH CHRISTIAN REFUGEES WHO WERE SETTLED IN THE 51% GREEK OCCUPIED PART OF MECEDONIA FROM THE 1920′s ONWARDS?! (NOT TO MENTION *OTHER* IMPOSTORS FROM 1913!)


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