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Old 02-18-2010, 10:44 PM   #101
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No this isn't the book. The book you're thinking about is from a linguist named Dalby. My library has it. Pretty expensive book to get so thank God for libraries lol.
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Old 02-19-2010, 08:33 AM   #102
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i dont know if you can use this, here is anyway

Louis Cousin

"Histoire de Constantinople depuis le rιgne de l'ancien Justin..." Band 1

published in 1685

page 186 ; Chapter 27 / Chapitre XXVII



Notice the Macedoniens and Magedoniens, and remember Magdonija / Migdonija in Makedonia / Macedonia.

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Old 02-19-2010, 12:14 PM   #103
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Old 07-27-2010, 02:57 PM   #104
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This is two sources stating Macedonians were differentiated by ethnicity.
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That is interesting TM.
Do we have any more information on the Chronicle of the Morea?
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RTG this is brief info on the Chronicle of the Morea that I found;

http://www.oup.com/us/catalog/genera...=9780199557004

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The Chronicle of Morea, one of the most important and controversial historical narratives written in the late Middle Ages, tells the story of the formation and government by the Villehardouin dynasty of a remarkably successful Crusader State following the conquest by western invaders of the capital - Constantinople - and the provinces of the Byzantine Empire. By examining all the Chronicle's surviving Greek, French, Spanish and Italian versions, this study, the first of its kind, explores in depth the literary and ideological contexts in which the work was composed, transmitted and re-written. The result is a fascinating analysis of cultural exchange in a rich and vibrant eastern Mediterranean world where different ethnicities were obliged to live alongside each other, and outside political interests frequently intruded in dramatic fashion. Translations into English have been provided of all the material discussed.
What interests me more is Kantakuzenos and Pachymeres (two Byzantine historians) material differentiating Macedonians as a seperate ethnic group.
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Has anyone got pictures of Macedonian knights or army from the middle ages thanks.
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Has anyone got pictures of Macedonian knights or army from the middle ages thanks.
Found these

Early Phalanx introduced.




Some Medieval sites in Macedonia i found
Megalithic Observatory. Kokino





Megalithic Observatory Kokino spreads on both platforms each of them possessing own typical contents. Observatory length is around 90 metres and its width is around 50 metres.
Thrones are the most impressive and can be immediately seen on the site. As we have already mentioned, the thrones are oriented in north-south direction, so the person sitting on the throne is oriented towards the east and east horizon.
This provided the base for the archaeologists’ assumptions that from this place people observed the rise of celestial objects on the horizon.he Megalithic Observatory Kokino is located some thirty kilometers on the northeast of Kumanovo. This site has a diameter of 100 meters; it is scaled on two levels, underneath of the mountain peak Tatikev Kamen, at an altitude of 1013 m. At the moment of its discovery in 2001, it was believed to be a special mountain sanctuary from the Bronze Age.
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