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Alexander der Große ein Albaner?

Erstellt von Albanesi2, 15.05.2005, 22:13 Uhr · 781 Antworten · 52.867 Aufrufe

  1. #271
    Avatar von illyrian_eagle

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    Zitat Zitat von Arvanitis Beitrag anzeigen
    Mann bin ich stolz sagen zu können das ich Arvanite bin ist ein herrlisches Gefühl

    höhöhöh

  2. #272
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    Zitat Zitat von marigona Beitrag anzeigen
    Er war Makedonier...
    Hab gestern dein Avatar im Posterformat bei Nanu Nana Bielefeld gesehen. Die Frau erinnert mich an eine verstorbene griechische Schauspielerin. Naja, hab mich dann doch für das Poster entschieden, wo verschiedene Sexstellungen in einer Toilette dargestellt werden.


    Macedonian

  3. #273
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    Zitat Zitat von Taulant Beitrag anzeigen
    Hauptsache du siehst dies ein.

    Arvanite ka kendoni gjuhen tane mos harroni.
    Thread zum Thema:
    Lustiger Zeitgenosse ... - Balkanforum


    Macedonian

  4. #274
    bonbon
    Zitat Zitat von Macedonian Beitrag anzeigen
    Hab gestern dein Avatar im Posterformat bei Nanu Nana Bielefeld gesehen. Die Frau erinnert mich an eine verstorbene griechische Schauspielerin. Naja, hab mich dann doch für das Poster entschieden, wo verschiedene Sexstellungen in einer Toilette dargestellt werden.


    Macedonian

    Das ist Audrey Hepburn... keine Albanerin, keine Griechin haha

    Einfach bezaubernd... ich an deiner Stelle hätte ihr Poster genommen.

  5. #275
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    Zitat Zitat von marigona Beitrag anzeigen
    Das ist Audrey Hepburn... keine Albanerin, keine Griechin haha

    Einfach bezaubernd... ich an deiner Stelle hätte ihr Poster genommen.
    Sie erinnert mich an die verstorbene griechische Schaupielerin Aliki Vougiouklaki
    http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m...uglouklaki.jpg
    http://www.melwilliams.biz/images/Aliki.jpg
    http://i88.photobucket.com/albums/k1...3/aliki047.jpg

    Mehr Infos: Aliki Vougiouklaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Naja nächstes mal ... kaufe auch immer den entsprechenden Rahmen für 17 Euro (Der einfachste und günstigste).

    Gruß
    Macedonian

  6. #276
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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2 Beitrag anzeigen
    Famous Albanians | Alexander the Great

    There are few places where Alexander the Great's influence has not been felt. His vast empire spread from the Atlantic shores of Spain to the plains of India. His example has been admired and followed for generations to come, and his legacy has been deeply felt by the entire world. It is said that Julius Ceaser himself began to weep as he stood under the shadow of a statue of Alexander the Great, for Alexander had conquered half the world by 19, and Ceaser not even made a name for himself by that age.
    And how was he Albanian in any way? Well, first of all Alexander was son of Philip II and Olympia. Olympia, was the princess of Epirus, a province in Northern Greece, considered to be modern day Albania, and an ancient territory of Albanian tribes. This relation of Alexander having Albanian blood is considered somewhat feasible and acceptable by the history books, but we want to stretch out the enigma of Alexander.
    Initially there is the question of where and to what people Alexander belonged to. It is known that Alexander the Great, was really Alexander of Macedon, and the current flag of Macedonia is the ancient sun flag of Alexander's army. This seems reasonable, but what really were the "Macedon" people. As stated in the Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia, "the Slavs, occupied much of the area [Balkans] by the 6th century AD", so it cannot be possible for the now largely Slavic Macedonia to be a descendant from Alexander the Great. Slavic tribes did not come into the region of Northern Greece until well after Alexander's death, which leaves only two people left, the Albanians and the Greeks. It is important tot note that the history books have not labeled Alexander Greek, and therefore he can only be Albanian. Albanian tribes are the earliest known to occupy northern Greece, and that allows Alexander only one nationality. Alexander did not have Albanian blood, he was an Albanian. To Albanians this fact seems very clear, for we have named our currency lek, after Leka I Madh.
    The Barbaric war style of the Illyrians was deeply rooted in Alexander's spirit, which is good reason for his expertise as a general and a conqueror.
    More proof of Alexander's Albanian ancestry would have to be the close relations he had with the King of the Illyrians, practically a man of his own kin. There is an ancient legend that the Illyrian king gave Alexander a large, beastly, dog to commemorate his achievements. The beast was so ferocious, Alexander decided to make it hunt bears. The dog showed no interest in this endeavor and lay lazily without moving. This angered Alexander and he had the dog killed. When the king of the Illyrians heard of this he sent him another dog, this time with a message of "not wasting the dog's time with small things". This time Alexander had the dog fight a lion, which the dog quickly broke the back of, and then an Elephant, who the dog forced off a cliff. The extensive diplomacy between Alexander and the Illyrians only suggests that Alexander was an Albanian himself.
    Also, there is the conquered territory of Alexander. When looking at a map of his advances, oddly enough Illirium and Northern Greece is not touched by his armies. Yet, the Illyrian and Northern Greek tribes did not have armies capable of facing the Great Alexander. But Alexander considered them as one, they were all Albanian. Alexander could not possibly conquer his own land. That is why this area remained untouched.
    Accepting Alexander's Albanian ancestry opens a vast world of possibilities. There is of course the long Ptolemy dynasty of Egypt that followed after Alexander's death, started by one of Alexander's generals and childhood friend. Accepting Alexander as an Albanian, would mean accepting a big part of Egypt's history to be determined by an Albanian dynasty, that of Ptolemy.
    Alexander's genius and accomplishments opened a great chapter in the history of Albania. A chapter that has never been forgotten.

    Haa ich lach mich tot ich lach mich wirklich tot. wie Oliver Kahn zu pflegen sagt. Vor ein paar Monaten habe ich gelesen das Karadjordje, Kraljevic Marko und nun Alexander der Grosse Albaner sind, also wirklich ,ist das euer Ernst ??? Aber ihr seit ja überhaupt nicht hegemonistisch eingestellt . Alle sind Albaner und alles ist Albanien ihr seit ja nboch schlimmer wie unser Seselj.
    Aber die Geschichte verdrehemn das könnt ihr gut (Kosovo)
    Und was ich auch gemerkt habe : In jedem Staat wo Euer Grossalbanien Territorium mit einbezieht habt ihr einen Helden ausgesucht aus dem ihr einen Albaner macht. Billige Propaganda
    nene ich sowas Leute das ist lächerlich,was ist das nächste schätze mal njegos war auch albaner oder tito vieleicht auch

  7. #277
    Popeye
    Zitat Zitat von coveculjak16 Beitrag anzeigen

    Haa ich lach mich tot ich lach mich wirklich tot. wie Oliver Kahn zu pflegen sagt. Vor ein paar Monaten habe ich gelesen das Karadjordje, Kraljevic Marko und nun Alexander der Grosse Albaner sind, also wirklich ,ist das euer Ernst ??? Aber ihr seit ja überhaupt nicht hegemonistisch eingestellt . Alle sind Albaner und alles ist Albanien ihr seit ja nboch schlimmer wie unser Seselj.
    Aber die Geschichte verdrehemn das könnt ihr gut (Kosovo)
    Und was ich auch gemerkt habe : In jedem Staat wo Euer Grossalbanien Territorium mit einbezieht habt ihr einen Helden ausgesucht aus dem ihr einen Albaner macht. Billige Propaganda
    nene ich sowas Leute das ist lächerlich,was ist das nächste schätze mal njegos war auch albaner oder tito vieleicht auch

    Endlich noch einer, der es gecheckt hat...


    Atatürk, kolombus, tesla oder tadic und goethe ...alles albaner

  8. #278

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    Karadjordevic hatte albanische Wurzeln

    Das sagen nicht ALbaner, sondern serben selbst, und dass ist erwiesen.





    Wenn man mehr lesen würde,anstatt so viel zu lachen, dan hätte man wohl nichts mehr zu lachen.

  9. #279
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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2 Beitrag anzeigen
    Famous Albanians | Alexander the Great

    There are few places where Alexander the Great's influence has not been felt. His vast empire spread from the Atlantic shores of Spain to the plains of India. His example has been admired and followed for generations to come, and his legacy has been deeply felt by the entire world. It is said that Julius Ceaser himself began to weep as he stood under the shadow of a statue of Alexander the Great, for Alexander had conquered half the world by 19, and Ceaser not even made a name for himself by that age.
    And how was he Albanian in any way? Well, first of all Alexander was son of Philip II and Olympia. Olympia, was the princess of Epirus, a province in Northern Greece, considered to be modern day Albania, and an ancient territory of Albanian tribes. This relation of Alexander having Albanian blood is considered somewhat feasible and acceptable by the history books, but we want to stretch out the enigma of Alexander.
    Initially there is the question of where and to what people Alexander belonged to. It is known that Alexander the Great, was really Alexander of Macedon, and the current flag of Macedonia is the ancient sun flag of Alexander's army. This seems reasonable, but what really were the "Macedon" people. As stated in the Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia, "the Slavs, occupied much of the area [Balkans] by the 6th century AD", so it cannot be possible for the now largely Slavic Macedonia to be a descendant from Alexander the Great. Slavic tribes did not come into the region of Northern Greece until well after Alexander's death, which leaves only two people left, the Albanians and the Greeks. It is important tot note that the history books have not labeled Alexander Greek, and therefore he can only be Albanian. Albanian tribes are the earliest known to occupy northern Greece, and that allows Alexander only one nationality. Alexander did not have Albanian blood, he was an Albanian. To Albanians this fact seems very clear, for we have named our currency lek, after Leka I Madh.
    The Barbaric war style of the Illyrians was deeply rooted in Alexander's spirit, which is good reason for his expertise as a general and a conqueror.
    More proof of Alexander's Albanian ancestry would have to be the close relations he had with the King of the Illyrians, practically a man of his own kin. There is an ancient legend that the Illyrian king gave Alexander a large, beastly, dog to commemorate his achievements. The beast was so ferocious, Alexander decided to make it hunt bears. The dog showed no interest in this endeavor and lay lazily without moving. This angered Alexander and he had the dog killed. When the king of the Illyrians heard of this he sent him another dog, this time with a message of "not wasting the dog's time with small things". This time Alexander had the dog fight a lion, which the dog quickly broke the back of, and then an Elephant, who the dog forced off a cliff. The extensive diplomacy between Alexander and the Illyrians only suggests that Alexander was an Albanian himself.
    Also, there is the conquered territory of Alexander. When looking at a map of his advances, oddly enough Illirium and Northern Greece is not touched by his armies. Yet, the Illyrian and Northern Greek tribes did not have armies capable of facing the Great Alexander. But Alexander considered them as one, they were all Albanian. Alexander could not possibly conquer his own land. That is why this area remained untouched.
    Accepting Alexander's Albanian ancestry opens a vast world of possibilities. There is of course the long Ptolemy dynasty of Egypt that followed after Alexander's death, started by one of Alexander's generals and childhood friend. Accepting Alexander as an Albanian, would mean accepting a big part of Egypt's history to be determined by an Albanian dynasty, that of Ptolemy.
    Alexander's genius and accomplishments opened a great chapter in the history of Albania. A chapter that has never been forgotten.
    Zitat Zitat von Dani_TIR Beitrag anzeigen
    Karadjordevic hatte albanische Wurzeln

    Das sagen nicht ALbaner, sondern serben selbst, und dass ist erwiesen.





    Wenn man mehr lesen würde,anstatt so viel zu lachen, dan hätte man wohl nichts mehr zu lachen.


    Und Napoleon ist sicherlich auch Albaner oder was !!!!!!!
    Also bitte wenn ihr so denkt und die Geeschichte einfachzu euren Gunsten verdreht kann man wirklich daran zweifeln ob bei Euch wirklich alles in ordnung ist .

  10. #280
    Avatar von Macedonian

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    Sind wir nicht alle ein bisschen->



    Macedonian


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