Маcedonian History Archive

Аnciеnt Macedonia

  • Origin of the Ancient Macedonians – Pelasgians, Venets, others
  • The origin of the name Macedonia
  • Ancient Macedonian Culture – language, religion, army
  • All Ancient Macedonian Kings…

Macedonian kings from the legendary period

01. Karanus (700 BC)
02. Koin
03. Tirimma
04. Perdika I (653 BC)
05. Argej I (623 BC)
06. Filip I (593 BC)
07. Aerop I (563 BC)
08. Alketa (533 BC)
09. Aminta I (503 – 498 BC)


Macedonian kings from the historical period

10. Alexander I (498 – 452 BC)
11. Perdika II (452 – 413 BC)
12. Arhelaius I (413 – 399 BC)
13. Craterus (399 BC)
14. Orest (399 – 398/7 BC)
15. Aerop II – Archelaius II (398/7 – 395/4 BC)
16. Aminta II ‘the little one’ (394/3 BC)
17. Pausanius (394/3 BC)
18. Aminta III (394/3 – 370/369 BC)
19. Argej II (393 – 392/1 BC)
20. Alexander II (370/69 – 368 BC)
21. Ptolomej from Alor (367/6 – 366/5 BC)
22. Perdika III (365 – 359 BC)
23. Aminta IV (359 BC)
24. Filip II (359 – 336 BC)
25. Alexander III Macedonian – Alexander the Great (336 – 323 BC)

Macedonian rule in Macedonia and the Balkan Peninsula

26. Filip III Aridej (323 – 317 BC)
27. Alexander IV ‘son of Alexander the Great’ (323 – 309 BC)
28. Casander (316 – 297 BC)
29. Filip IV (297 BC)
30. Alexander V (297 – 294 BC)
31. Antipatar (297 – 294 BC)
32. Demetrij I Poliorket (294 – 287 BC)
33. Pir (287 – 285 BC)
34. Lisimah (287 – 281 BC)
35. Ptolomej Keaun (281 – 279 BC)
36. Meleager (279 BC)
37. Antipatar Etesij (279 BC)
38. Sosten (279 – 277 BC)
39. Antigon II Gonata (277 – 240/39 BC)
40. Demetrij II (239 – 229 BC)
41. Antigon III Doson (229 – 221 BC)
42. Filip V (221 – 179 BC)
43. Perseus (179 – 168 BC)
44. Filip VI Andrisk ‘false king’ (149 – 148 BC)
45. Alexander VI ‘false king’ (142 BC)

Macedonian rule in Asia – Seleucidae Dinasty
Macedonian rule in Egypt – Ptolemeias pharaoh Dinasty

  • Macedonian wars with Rome – Macedonia under Roman rule
  • Christianization of Macedonia 

Medieaval Macedonia

  • Macedonia and the Slav migrations
  • Macedonian Slav culture, religion, alphabet, literacy

Cyril and Methodius – foundation of glagolitic alphabet
The Slav Scholars Clemente and Naum – foundation of cyrilic alphabet
Foundation of Ohrid Archibieshopry

  • Macedonian medieval kingdoms

The Bogomils, Tsar Samuil, and its kingdom Sklavinia
Macedonian Byzantine Dynasty
Macedonian feudalism estates

Ottoman Macedonia

  • The macedonian uprising of Karpos
  • Macedonian culture during the ottoman rule

1. Joakim Krcovski
2. Kiril Pejcionvic
3. Jordan Hagi Konstatinov Ginot
4. Georgi Prlicev
5. Dimitar i Konstantin Miladinovi

  • The macedonian uprisings in Razlovci and Kresna

1. Dimitar Pop Georgiev Berovski
2. Dedo Iljo Malesevski

  • Berlin Treaty – Macedonia is given an autonomy
  • Macedonian revolutionary organization

1. Goce Delcev
2. Gjorce Petrov
3. Dame Gruev
4. Petar Pop Arsov
5. Pere Tosev
8. Jane Sandanski

  • Macedonian Ilinden uprising
  • Republic of Krusevo – first Balcan State

1. Nikola Karev
2. Pitu Guli

  • Macedonian situation after the Ilinden uprising

Partitioned Macedonia

  • The Balkan wars and the partition of Macedonia
  • Illegal Bucharest Treaty apsurd
  • Genocide Assimilation Denacionalization in occupied Macedonia
  • World War One and Macedonia in it
  • The Macedonian Question between the two world wars

1. Krste Petkov Misirkov
2. Dimitrija Cupovski
3. Macedonian Diaspora

  • World War Two and Macedonia in it
  • The foundation of NOV – national peoples freedoom movement

1. Kuzman Josifovski Pitu ‘the second Goce Delcev’
2. Mihajlo Apostolski 
3. Metodija Andonov Cento
4. Panko Brasnarov

  • ASNOM – Macedonia finaly free

Independent Macedonia

  • Macedonia in Yugoslavia
  • Establishing the Macedonian nation

1. Kosta Solev Racin
2. Blaze Koneski 

Macedonian state: language, alphabeth, church, culture, folklore
The crimes laid by the Yugoslav communists

  • Macedonia – Independent State

Modern Macedonian Issues

  • Bulgarian Macedonian Conflict

Bulgarian falsification of Macedonian History – Voden, Bitola inscriptions, other lies
Who are the Bulgarians – history sources and Bulgarian academics
Modern crisis in Bulgarian identity – They really don’t know who they really are
Macedonian minority in Bulgaria – Fight for Human Rights
Macedonia vs Bulgaria – History Arguments

  • Greek Macedonian Conflict

Ancient Quotes and Sources on the Macedonians as distinct Nation

01. Diodorus
02. Plutarch
03. Justin
04. Livy
05. Arrian
06. Polybius
07. Curtius Rufus
08. Thracymachus
09. Thucydides
10. Herodotus
11. Isocrates
12. Demosthenes
13. Ephoros
14. Josephus
15. Ptolemy
16. Strabo
17. Pausanias
18. Dionysius Periegetes
19. Medius of Larisa
20. Pseudo-Scylax
21. Pseudo-Herodotus
22. Dionysius son of Kalliphon

Modern Historians on the Macedonians as Distinct Nation

01. Eugene Borza
02. E. Badian
03. Peter Green
04. A.B. Bosworth
05. N.G.L. Hammond
06. Werner Jaeger
07. Pierre Jouquet
08. George Rawlinson M.A.

09. Ulrich Wilcken
10. M. Grant
11. F. Reed
12. David G. Hogarth
13. P.A. Brunt
14. American Philological Association

Difference between the Ancient Macedonians and the Ancient Helens
Ancient Macedonian – Distinct Indo European language
Greek genocide – Greek Civil War, Macedonian Children Refugees
Macedonian minority in Greece – Fight for Human Rights
Who really are the today’s greeks

Macedonia vs Greece – History Arguments

  • Albanian Macedonian Conflict

Macedonian Minority in Albania – Macedonian Muslims ‘the Gorans’
Macedonia vs Albania – History Arguments

  • Serbian Macedonian Conflict

Macedonian minority in Serbia – Kosovo is included
Macedonian Church issue – and the person Zoran V.
Macedonia vs Serbia – History Arguments

  • Macedonians everywhere else in the world

Macedonians in Australia
Macedonians in North America
Macedonians in Europe

  • Other Macedonian national issues

Documents – the continued existence of the Macedonian Nation for a 3000 years
Links with sources and proofs, about the mix of todays and Ancient Macedonians
Macedonian symbols – The Macedonian Sun
Macedonian symbols – The Macedonian Lion

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