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Old 02-09-2016, 04:41 AM   #281
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There are a number of threads under history that have threads i illyrians.
Most of the other threads relating to the Illyrians have been consolidated into this one.
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So in general, can anyone here explain too me who the "Illyrians" are, and what ethnic groups have a ties too them today??
They're an ancient people who lived in the western part of the Balkans. All of the nations who live there today have some ties to them, but in varying degrees. Have a read through this thread then come back to us with your own opinion, it may generate some more discussion on the topic.
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Ludovicus Cerva Tubero (Croatian: Ludovik Crijević Tuberon, Italian: Ludovico Cerva Tuberon, his surname is also written Cervarius; 1459–1527), was a Ragusan historian, known for his historiographic work on the Jagiellon period in Hungary.

Tuberon's chief work Writings on the Present Age (Commentaria temporum suorum) was first published in 1603 and was printed a few times.

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Ivan Ostojić (1999). The Terms Croats Have Used for Their Language (PDF). II. Ontario: Folia Croatica-Canadiana. p. 33. "Nomades Illyricis quos Valachos vulgo dicunt, simulque Cossuli, ex eo genere Illyrici hominis qui es Romanos putant."








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