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Old 01-13-2021, 02:58 AM   #121
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Felt this was the most relevant thread for this refugee settlement plan partially funded by the Macedonian Vlach, Konstantin Beli for resettling Macedonian refugees in Greece:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macedo...es_in_Atalanti
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Old 01-13-2021, 10:12 PM   #122
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Felt this was the most relevant thread for this refugee settlement plan partially funded by the Macedonian Vlach, Konstantin Beli for resettling Macedonian refugees in Greece:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macedo...es_in_Atalanti


An important fighter from Voden (Edessa) during the revolution of 1821 was Panagiotis Naum, a merchant associated with the Danube hegemony, where he was initiated into the Philiki Eteria. The Naum family was of Moschopole descent, as were others who settled in Voden after the destruction of Moschopole (1769).

P. Naum fought in Macedonia, participated in various operations. After the destruction of Negus, he landed in southern Greece with his two brothers, Demetrios and Antonios Naum, served as the Macedonian representative in the National Assemblies of Ermioni, Troizina, Argos and Nafplio, fighting for the liberation of Macedonia.

After the founding of the Greek state, Panagiotis Naum remained there trying to support the Macedonian refugees. In 1839 he lived in Athens, where together with Anastasios Polyzoidis, Theofanis Siatisteas and Georgios Chrysidis they established the "Committee on the Settlement of the Macedonians", in the judgment and decision of which the state services had confidence. The main purpose of the Committee was to support the Macedonian refugees who had settled in Nea Pella Atalanti, leaving Skiathos and Skopelos where they had initially taken refuge.

The original nucleus of the Macedonian settlement was the fighters of 1821 and their families, who were forced to create a new homeland to escape the ruthless punishment of the Turkish conquerors. Later other members joined the committee. The founding of Nea Pella mobilized the western Macedonian baron K. Bellios, who was born in Blatsi (Vlasti) where his family had taken refuge after the destruction of Linotopi. In 1837, the baron donated his library, about 2,000 volumes.

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In 1836 K. Bellios visited Athens, the capital of independent Greece, where he was received with honours by King Otto, who decorated him with the Order of the Redeemer. In return, Bellios gave the king an 11th-century sword, and to Queen Amalia a rare edition of Homer.

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Old 01-14-2021, 01:49 AM   #123
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So much lost history here! I wonder what became of this Macedonian community in Greece? Were they still around later in the century or had they been totally assimilated by that point? Is Nea Pella still around in Athens today?
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They would have been a minority in a normal modern country. But that era was different. Even Hungary was mostly Slavic speaking around the same time, then the ruling class imposed their language.
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There's a thread about it
https://www.macedoniantruth.org/foru...light=atalanti
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They would have been a minority in a normal modern country. But that era was different. Even Hungary was mostly Slavic speaking around the same time, then the ruling class imposed their language.
I don't how true this is. But it does make sense genetically.
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Ioannis K. Tsitskas from Voden (Edessa) was born at the end of the 19th century from a (Vlachophone) family from Korcha, as inferred from indirect sources.

His surname is found in the Greek literature in various versions - as Tsitsios, Tsitskas, Tsitsikas and bears the nickname "Vlachos" or "Captain Vlachos". In a tax list of 1854, a taxpayer with the surname Vlachos is recorded in the old district located in the center of Voden, but there is no connection with the family of Ioannis Tsitskas.

Among the avid expatriates from Korcha, who were distinguished for their contribution to the city and the wider area of ​​Korcha, is the active merchant Dimitrios Tsitsikas or Tsitskas, who was settled in Alexandria.


URL - Voden/Edessa fighters from the region of Korcha/Korytsa:
http://vlahofonoi.blogspot.com/2020/12/blog-post.html
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