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Old 06-01-2017, 09:08 PM   #118
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Fanula Papazoglu wrote On some "Thracian" names in Illyria (Sur quelques noms "Thraces" en Illyrie).

On one of the pages it is stated that (it's essentially a summary): Illyrians and Thracians were not the only ethnic groups in the (northern) Balkans. Between them, and among them, there existed one more, even perhaps two ethnic groups.

On the same page: In northern Macedonia, that is - Paeonia, Pelagonia, Mygdonia - there were also remnants of inhabitants who were neither Macedonian, nor Illyrian, nor Thracian. Beside the Paeonians, who were likely close to the Phrygians, the Edonians belonged to the same ethnic family.
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