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Old 05-28-2018, 11:44 PM   #11
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Anything on the Macedonians of Goritsa (Korce)?
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Old 05-29-2018, 03:37 AM   #12
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Anything on the Macedonians of Goritsa (Korce)?

Still some in the surrounding region but the Slavophone population of Gorica died well back into the 18th century I believe. I know there are still Macedonians in Baliste (Bilisht) not too far from Gorica.
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the Slavophone population of Gorica
Greek terminology.
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Greek terminology.
No, it refers to a speaker of a Slavonic language. Greeks use it to refer to Macedonians in Egej but it is a legitmate term for a speaker of a Slavic language, same as Germanophone, Anglophone, Hispanophone, Francophone, etc.
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I call bullshit. You should know better.
You call bullshit on a the -phone terminology? It is a legitimate linguistic term, not much more I can say than that. Either way, this isn't relevant to the thread nor my statement.
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You call bullshit on a the -phone terminology? It is a legitimate linguistic term, not much more I can say than that. Either way, this isn't relevant to the thread nor my statement.
He calls bullshit on your unnecessary use of the term. So do I. Those people are Macedonians and in this case there was no need to ambiguously characterise them with a linguistic term. He is right. You should know better.
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He calls bullshit on your unnecessary use of the term. So do I. Those people are Macedonians and in this case there was no need to ambiguously characterise them with a linguistic term. He is right. You should know better.

I disagree, Gorica is not apart of Macedonia and its non-Albanian population died off long ago. There is no way of knowing if they spoke Macedonian or another language similar to it, we can't force our identity and language on people who can't speak for themselves anymore. It's recorded "Slavic" was spokein Gorica but its exact relation to Macedonian or any other language is not known for sure. It would be the same as claiming the historical Slavophone population of Epirus and Thessaly were Macedonians as well.
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I disagree, Gorica is not apart of Macedonia and its non-Albanian population died off long ago.
I think the Greeks in particular would take issue with that view.

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There is no way of knowing if they spoke Macedonian or another language similar to it, we can't force our identity and language on people who can't speak for themselves anymore. It's recorded "Slavic" was spokein Gorica but its exact relation to Macedonian or any other language is not known for sure. It would be the same as claiming the historical Slavophone population of Epirus and Thessaly were Macedonians as well.
So who do you personally think these Slavic speakers likely were?, Serbians?, Bulgarians?, Ukrainians?, Poles?, Russians?, Slavophone Greeks?, Greeks?, Albanians?, Turks?, Germans?, Irish?, Swedes?, Iranians?, Japanese?, Brazilians?, Nigerians?
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