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Old 02-25-2019, 02:30 PM   #451
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Historian Dr. Ferit Duka states that Scanderbeg's father was named JOVAN, and not Gjon.

URL (video is in Albanian though):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roNmCb_oFvs


Ethnic Albanian MP in the Montenegrin Parliament, Dritan Abazovic states that Skanderbeg's mother and father were Slavs (Serbs):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bei-_YzJa_w


The author of this book was Gavriil Simeonovski, a native of Debar:



Summary:

- Prior to the coming of the Turks the Despot of Avlona and Kanina was a certain Alexander, "Slav" by nationality (Aleksandar "slavianin" po narodnost). Branila served this Alexander, and Branila was grandfather (from father's line) of G. Skanderbeg. Jireček claims that G. Skanderbeg was of Slavic extraction.
- The Miyaks - Мијаци consider themselves as descendants of Skanderbeg.

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How was it deduced that Albanian is closely related to Illyrian and Messapic?
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The now extinct Istrian Albanian language:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istrian_Albanian

The still spoken Arbanasi Gheg dialect of Croatia:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbanasi_dialect
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Saw some Greeks on Facebook claiming the Ottoman word 'Arnaut' denoted a person of banditry similar to how 'Rum' meant Christian.
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Vlach origin of some Muslim-Albanian Beys

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http://rrjetat.com/origjina-aremeno-...aro-myslimane/

"While discussing the same argument I had a pleasant surprise, to hear the stunning stories of some gendarmes accompanying me, that in the commune called Golem of Kurvelesh south of Tepelena, there had been in former times Vlachs who had become Muslims.

They knew they had Aromanian origins, and said that there were even neighborhoods with Vlach names in Golem: the Chendrea, Nicholas and Vasilean neighborhoods, which was later confirmed by another Muslim gendarme."
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Pope Pius II (Enea Silvio Bartolomeo Piccolomini): Albanians are not Illyrians.





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ARBANIA MENTIONED IN 7TH CENTURY

''Fifteenth-century Turkish chroniclers called the Dukagjinis "princes of German origin." Whether this is true or not is difficult to ascertain. Ragusan sources, published by Makushev in "Research on the Chronicle of Ragusa," (12) claim that the Dukagjinis were known as the Dukagjinis of Arbania in the seventh century and ruled over the Albanian part of Montenegro (Piperi, Vasojevich, Podgorica and Kuchi, i.e. Zeta). They apparently rose in revolt against the Slavic invaders but were put down by Bosnian chieftains. In 695 they attempted to interfere in domestic Ragusan issues but were repulsed again and submitted to the local Slavic leaders.''(13)


http://www.albanianhistory.net/1956_Vlora/index.html
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ARBANIA MENTIONED IN 7TH CENTURY

''Fifteenth-century Turkish chroniclers called the Dukagjinis "princes of German origin." Whether this is true or not is difficult to ascertain. Ragusan sources, published by Makushev in "Research on the Chronicle of Ragusa," (12) claim that the Dukagjinis were known as the Dukagjinis of Arbania in the seventh century and ruled over the Albanian part of Montenegro (Piperi, Vasojevich, Podgorica and Kuchi, i.e. Zeta). They apparently rose in revolt against the Slavic invaders but were put down by Bosnian chieftains. In 695 they attempted to interfere in domestic Ragusan issues but were repulsed again and submitted to the local Slavic leaders.''(13)


http://www.albanianhistory.net/1956_Vlora/index.html

Interesting that the Dukagjinis family was founded by a Norman noble that settled there with his people after the crusades.
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