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Old 11-06-2019, 07:31 AM   #31
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Greek scientific publication from Athens 1907 on the potential presence of Macedonian features in ancient Homeric.

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Greek scientific publication from Athens 1907 on the potential presence of Macedonian features in ancient Homeric.

Even though potential presence of Macedonian features might have been discussed in this publication - sadly - it was not "scientific" in nature or objective.

The publication was written by Konstantinos Tsioulkas, in 1907, and is titled "Contributions to the bilingualism of the Macedonians through a comparison of the Slav-seeming Macedonian language with Greek". Tsioulkas was born in Gorenci (after 1919 renamed to Korisos). According to Tsioulkas:

- The goal of the book was to show how the so-called Bulgarian language in Macedonia was in reality a Greek, and not a Slavic language;
- Tsioulkas did not attempt to demonstrate and prove that this language was not "Macedonian", but to show that it was not Bulgarian.

Tsioulkas is arguing and "proving" that the Slavophone Macedonians are Greeks since their language is Greek in a genetic sense, and origin. Tsioulkas states:

"The modern so-called Slav-seeming Macedonian is in fact Macedonian and the sister of Greek, and consequently the Macedonian people is autochthonous and of genuine Macedonian blood".

More on this here (Peter Mackridge):
https://www.academia.edu/2085871/The...ther_in_Greece

According to Mackridge "most of the inhabitants of Gorenci were native speakers of Macedonian".

Link to the pdf:
https://anemi.lib.uoc.gr/php/pdf_pag...pagenobottom=3

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Old 11-07-2019, 07:05 PM   #34
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The way I see it if the baboon managed to prove what he intended to prove, all it would actually confirm is that Macedonians are native to the region even in their current shape and form. Couple that with the fact that we know the ancient Macedonians differentiated themselves from Greeks, and we have a one two punch.

So Macedonians were similar to Greeks, big deal, why wouldn't they have been similar. I welcome that comparison, It only proves we have roots in the region and that we are not just a bunch slavs form the north.

Imagine if that theory caught on with Greek nationalists? We would be ancient Grik speakers.

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Even though potential presence of Macedonian features might have been discussed in this publication - sadly - it was not "scientific" in nature or objective.

The publication was written by Konstantinos Tsioulkas, in 1907, and is titled "Contributions to the bilingualism of the Macedonians through a comparison of the Slav-seeming Macedonian language with Greek". Tsioulkas was born in Gorenci (after 1919 renamed to Korisos). According to Tsioulkas:

- The goal of the book was to show how the so-called Bulgarian language in Macedonia was in reality a Greek, and not a Slavic language;
- Tsioulkas did not attempt to demonstrate and prove that this language was not "Macedonian", but to show that it was not Bulgarian.

Tsioulkas is arguing and "proving" that the Slavophone Macedonians are Greeks since their language is Greek in a genetic sense, and origin. Tsioulkas states:

"The modern so-called Slav-seeming Macedonian is in fact Macedonian and the sister of Greek, and consequently the Macedonian people is autochthonous and of genuine Macedonian blood".

More on this here (Peter Mackridge):
https://www.academia.edu/2085871/The...ther_in_Greece

According to Mackridge "most of the inhabitants of Gorenci were native speakers of Macedonian".

Link to the pdf:
https://anemi.lib.uoc.gr/php/pdf_pag...pagenobottom=3
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