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Old 07-12-2019, 10:00 PM   #451
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"Celtic tribes moved into Thrace and Illyria, defeating the local tribes, before advancing even further south. In 280 BCE, a large coalition of around 85,000 Celts headed for Macedon and Greece. This figure included women and children, as these were also tribal groups rather than organized armies.

A Celtic leader named Bolgios was sent with the remaining army to Macedon. In 279 BCE, Bolgios plundered the countryside of Macedon and went up against the army of Ptolemy Keraunos (r. 281-279 BCE), who had only just seized the Macedonian throne. Ptolemy Keraunos was killed in battle, and the Celts placed his head on a spear as a bloody trophy. This began roughly two years of anarchy as the Balkans were without strong central leadership, and the Celts were on the warpath."

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This map shows the various Celtic and Germanic tribes around circa 52 BCE (Blue=Celtic, Yellow=Germanic).

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Sarcophagus dating from the Roman era found during road work in Skopje

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A burial sarcophagus dating from the 2nd century AD was found during road work on Skopjeĺs main boulevard Partizanski Odredi, in the western part of the Karpos district. The sarcophagus was made in the Roman period.
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- In the year 358 AD the servile Sarmatian tribe the Limigantes came in revolt against the leading tribe, the Argaragantes in an internal Sarmatian war and they expelled their masters. These warrior nobility received a warm welcome in the Roman Empire and got settlements for them and their families in different provinces in the heartland of the Empire in Thracia, Macedonia and Northern Italy.

- Emperor Valentinian II (375-392) strengthened the borders of Pannonia by concluding new treaties foedera with the Sarmatians and Goths and offers them settlements on the Roman side of the Danube in Pannonia. It is mentioned that the majority of the Sarmatians was still living east of the Don. Sarmatians stayed in the Pannonian Plane still after the time of the Hun invasions.

- 450, in the time of the raids of the Hun Attilla groups of Sarmato-Alans were installed under their leader Candac as Foederati in the Danube valley in Little Scythia, now Bulgaria.

https://www.marres.education/sarmatic_traces.htm


PS: In August 358 a series of earthquakes, accompanied by at least one tsunami, hit Asia, Macedonia (only the coastal areas/towns were likely affected), and Pontus and devastated numerous cities. The most notable casualty was the city of Nicomedia (in what is now Turkey) on 24 August. The earthquake caused extensive devastation to Nicomedia which was followed by a fire which completed the catastrophe. Nicomedia was rebuilt, but on a much smaller scale.

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The Islamization process is held to have occurred in Golo Brdo relatively late in Ottoman times. In 1519, the region was still entirely Christian.

Some authors have held that the Islamization process in Golo Brdo to have occurred in the late 18th century, whereas others asserted that the impetus to mass Islamization in the region was the bedel tax, imposed only on Christians because they were not drafted and initiated in the region in the year 1832. According to this second theory, this tax was particularly harsh and caused many families to turn to Islam as a means of avoiding it. During the same period, a mass emigration process occurred, and many Muslim families settled elsewhere, including in Debar, and in Struga's Drimkol region.

The families that settled in Debar became Albanized, but retain memory of their origins which are denoted by their last names, including Klenja, Trebishta, Ostreni, Torbaši, Serpetova, and others.

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Gardīzī told about the territory of Hungarians: "The Hungarians' country is situated between the territory of bulkars and eskils, who date back to the bulkars. (...) Their country reaches the Rum-sea [Black Sea]. (...) The two rivers, which flow into the Rum-sea, are called Atil [Volga] and Danube."

He wrote the following text about the Hungarian people and their culture: "These Hungarian people are pretty and handsome. Their clothes are made of brocade. Their weapons are decorated by silver and gold. In the time of proposal they have to pay for the girl, mainly they give animals. But it can be the fur of ermine, squirrel, mart or fox."

The records of Gardīzī are similar to the records of Ahmad ibn Rustah. Both of them used the notes of Ibn Harrudadbhi, called Roads and Countries as their sources, but Ahmad ibn Rustah used an older and Gardīzī used a newer one, so Gardīzī's texts contain additional information as well. For instance: "On the left [=western] side of the territory of the Hungarians near the river of Slavs there is a Christian tribe of Rum, and they are known as Wonondur."

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"Wonondur" seems to refer to Onogur-Bulgars.
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"Immediately after his decisive victory over the Persians in 626 the emperor Heraclius turned his attention to the former Balkan provinces of the empire. Certain of the measures then taken had a lasting effect upon the history of the north-western Balkans. The Croats, a people probably of Sarmatian origin and living among Slavonic tribes in Bohemia and Silesia, were encouraged by the Byzantines to revolt against the Avars and to settle in the region south of the Save and behind the Dinaric Alps, where they speedily established themselves as the dominant power. Their rulers accepted Christianity from Byzantium, though they later lapsed, and it was from Rome, via the surviving Dalmatian cities, that the later conversion of the Croat people proceeded. Another half-Slavicised Sarmatian people, the Serbs, also revolted against the Avars, left their home somewhere in Saxony and were settled by Heraclius in the neighbourhood of Thessalonika... They were later, perhaps at their own request, moved to the area south of Singidunum and settled among the Slav tribes there as allies of Byzantium."

-- Byzantium and Bulgaria. A comparative study across the early medieval frontier, Robert Browning
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Nope Bill, I’m with you in this.

I have argued in dozens of cases when Carlin presents an apparently non-Vlach village as a Vlach one.
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Many Greek-speaking (bilingual) Vlachs from Epirus settled in Bogatsko.

Traditions from Bogatsko indicate that, in the late 18th century, Castorians had prevented the settlement of some Epirote refugees in their city. Thus, about 70 families from different places, mainly from Moschopole, Fourka, Souli and Parga, eventually settled in Bogatsko. In 1889 according to the Serbian Spiridon Gopcevic's statistics, Bogatsko is reported to be inhabited by 3,000 Greek-speaking and Vlach-speaking Christians.

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I really wish we had information on the other villages, (and maybe if we dig hard enough we'll find it), but I think the information we have on Bogatsko is a good "sample" or representative for the rest of the Greek speaking villages.
In the book by Dragan Taskovski, "The birth of the Macedonian nation" (in Serbian), Bogatsko is explicitly called a Vlach village. Ultimately it appears to be a source from 1839, Ami Boue. The 500 Vlach households of Bogatsko have declared themselves as Greeks for many many decades.



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According to 19th-century Belgian testimonies that refer to the villages of Korca (Gorica) and Devol, inhabited by ethnic Macedonians, but under Albanian pressure accepted the Albanian language, that is, they Albanized or Islamized in order to receive Ottoman protection.

It is noted that massively, the Macedonian peasants from Korca and Devol, who spoke Macedonian as their mother tongue, adopted the Albanian language around 1870. The leaders of the villages in these areas pledged not to speak their mother tongue and to not speak it to their children.

- Magazine "Albania" Bruxelles, 15–30 June 1898, p. 32.

https://mk.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A8...B5%D1%82%D0%B8

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