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Old 11-12-2009, 05:40 PM   #1
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Source: Bintliff, J.L. (2003).
The ethnoarchaeology of a 'passive' ethnicity: The Arvanites of Central Greece. In K.S. Brown & Y. Hamilakis (Eds.), The Usable Past. Greek Metahistories, pp. 129-144.

This book is a real eyeopener for those who are in denial of the real ethnic makeup of Greece.

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Old 11-12-2009, 09:19 PM   #2
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This is remarkable.

I sense that "Slavic" was always native to the region.
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Old 11-12-2009, 10:06 PM   #3
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i had a feeling that there was Slavic influence on Greece but not to this extent.As a matter of fact Greece has tried to hide her slavic roots of her past.It has done a lot of highlighting of Macedonias.So all in all you can say Greece has had more of her fair share.Greece is more slavic than Macedonia.Proof that Greece is not as pure people as they thought
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Hey ... I just read a good name for Greece once this compromise is sorted out .... The "imagined community" of Greeks.
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So even the 14th century Greek-speakers who lived among the Albanians were basically descendants of Slavs. All of these Slavs and Albanians, with the Vlach factor not even considered, so many different groups, how significant could 'Hellenic' blood be?
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So even the 14th century Greek-speakers who lived among the Albanians were basically descendants of Slavs. All of these Slavs and Albanians, with the Vlach factor not even considered, so many different groups, how significant could 'Hellenic' blood be?
Not much if any. Daskale this is a great text. Thanks for putting in the time to post these.
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