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Macedonian Inscription in FYROM
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hry mdas
2013-10-28 03:41:33 UTC
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The region in which FYROM is located was never part of ancient
Macedonia except for the historically Hellenic Monastiri region in the
south. To this date, no inscription, scroll, or any written evidence
has been found suggesting the Macedonians spoke a language other than
Greek.

The region in which FYROM is located was called Paeonia and it's
inhabitants were Paeonians. The Paeonians were not Greeks, but most
likely of Illyrian stock. The citizens of FYROM are unable to read/
comprehend any inscriptions found in the ancient Macedonian palaces of
Aigae or Pella. The reason is because everything is written in Greek,
while they speak Bulgarian, but insist on calling it "Macedonian".

It would be as though a Cypriot is saying "I am not speaking Greek,
but Cypriot".
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Of Macedonian rulers, the homeland and all the world in 181 A.D.
( Gregorian calendar) year
The above inscription founded in Historical Upper Macedonia in Paionia
region (lower FYROM) and now located it in the entrance of the FYROM
goverment building.
http://macedonianontheweb.blogspot.com/2008/07/macedonian-inscription...
The Peeler
2013-11-09 23:41:29 UTC
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Post by hry mdas
The region in which FYROM is located was never part of ancient
Macedonia except for the historically Hellenic Monastiri region in the
south. To this date, no inscription, scroll, or any written evidence
has been found suggesting the Macedonians spoke a language other than
Greek.
The region in which FYROM is located was called Paeonia and it's
inhabitants were Paeonians. The Paeonians were not Greeks, but most
likely of Illyrian stock. The citizens of FYROM are unable to read/
comprehend any inscriptions found in the ancient Macedonian palaces of
Aigae or Pella. The reason is because everything is written in Greek,
while they speak Bulgarian, but insist on calling it "Macedonian".
It would be as though a Cypriot is saying "I am not speaking Greek,
but Cypriot".
No, it's not. It's nothing like that. Macedonia was NEVER Grik!
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Of Macedonian rulers, the homeland and all the world in 181 A.D.
( Gregorian calendar) year
The above inscription founded in Historical Upper Macedonia in Paionia
region (lower FYROM) and now located it in the entrance of the FYROM
goverment building.
http://macedonianontheweb.blogspot.com/2008/07/macedonian-inscription...
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The Peeler
2013-11-10 11:56:34 UTC
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On Sat, 09 Nov 2013 15:41:29 -0800, The Rectum, the housebound resident
psychopath of sci and scj, FAKING his time zone again and IMPERSONATING his
Post by The Peeler
Post by hry mdas
comprehend any inscriptions found in the ancient Macedonian palaces of
Aigae or Pella. The reason is because everything is written in Greek,
while they speak Bulgarian, but insist on calling it "Macedonian".
It would be as though a Cypriot is saying "I am not speaking Greek,
but Cypriot".
No, it's not. It's nothing like that. Macedonia was NEVER Grik!
Keep your STENCH out of newsgroups meant for humans only, Serbian swine!
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