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Albanisches Athen

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Lazarat

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Spata (Eine Stadt 20km östlich von Athen): Since the Middle Ages, Spata has been inhabited by Arvanites. The town (then village) was repopulated by the medieval Tosk clan of Shpata around the 15th century, after they emigrated from Epirus. It was named after Gjin Bua Shpata, who was despot of Arta in the 14th century.[SUP][4][/SUP]

Plaka (älteste Siedlung Athens): Plaka, on the foot of the Acropolis hill, is mentioned for the first time in the anonymous note “About Attica” of the Paris Library, dating back to the 17th century. It mentions “various Albanian houses” in the area. First, in 1833, J. Hann observed that Plaka comes from an Arvanite (today’s Albanians) word (plak), meaning “old, aged”. As K. Biris writes, it is a “medieval name, which arose after the end of the 16th century, when there was a settlement of Arvanites outside the so-called Valerian Wall. Philip Chrytopoulous.

Metamorfosi (nördlichste Gemeinde Athens): Der eigentliche Ort Koukouvaounes ist erst in der Neuzeit belegt. Er war bis ins 20. Jahrhundert eine arvanitische Siedlung, deren albanischer Name als Fouvaia (Φουβάια, auch Fuvaje, Fuvajat) überliefert ist.[SUP][3][/SUP]
 
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Lazarat

Guest
Ioaninna/Janina:

Sir Arthur J. Evans:
"The truth is that a large number of those described as Greeks are really Roumans. Till within recent years Hellenism found a fertile field for propaganda among the representatives of the gifted Romance speaking race of the Pindus region. Today Janina has quite forgotten its Rouman origin, and has become a center of Hellenism."


Re/Creating a National Identity in 19th Century Greece: National Identity, Education, and European Perceptions of Greece, Ted Zervas ( Ein echter Hellene) North Park University Chicago.


(Re)Creating a National Identity in 19th Century Greece: National Identity, Education, and European Perceptions of Greece | Ted Zervas - Academia.edu
 

Ilir O

Dibran
Besser ein Steuerhinterzieher als ein driogendealer alabanaien und Gechichte= Comedy pur.

PS wir Türkoalbaner haben keine Geschichte also Klauen wir sie von den griechen,

Alter wie du gleich austickst ej :geil:
Komm mal runter gyros radicalos, sonst explodierst du noch.
Du musst mit Konter rechnen mein steuerhinterziehender freund.
 
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Lazarat

Guest
Achilles hat sonderstatus in meinem thread aus gutem grund, also lasst ihn gefälligst in ruhe.
 
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