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Skenderbeg & the Kastrioti clan: Slavic noblemen

Erstellt von Venom1, 19.10.2008, 04:19 Uhr · 5 Antworten · 1.204 Aufrufe

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    Skenderbeg & the Kastrioti clan: Slavic noblemen

    Skenderbeg & the Kastrioti clan: Slavic noblemen

    QUOTE #1:

    In Albania, a prince of Serb origin, George Kastriotovoitch Skenderbeg, fought the Turks with great valour as the prince of Albania.


    Count Leopold Ranke
    History of the Servian People
    1848
    Leipzig, Germany


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    QUOTE #2:

    "...in the time of national awakening for the Albanians - Skenderbeg was as much of a Serb as he was an Albanian...in him there was much Serb blood. His mother Vojislava was a Serb princess and the names of most of Skenderbeg's sisters were Serb...
    Mara
    Jela
    Angelina
    Vlajica
    and his brothers were:
    Stanisa
    Konstantin

    Skenderbeg's sister Mara was married to Stefan Crnojevic, lord of Zeta, who with the Zetans helped Skenderbeg for 24 years in the wars against the Turks. According to the Catholic priest of Shkodra Marin Barleci, the Turks unearhed Skenderbeg's remains and distributed them amongst themsleves 'as souveniers'.


    Paul Rovinski
    Russian emmisary and historian
    quoted from: "Glas Crnogorca"
    1899


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    QUOTE #3:

    "Skenderbeg's family was of Serb descent" and married to Danica daughter of Vojvoda Golem. (golem is an old Slav word, meaning "great".)


    L. Defenbah
    "Zeine Familie War Slavishen Ursprungs"
    Brlin, Germany
    1895

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    QUOTE #4:

    The Catholic Albanian priest Marini Barleci says that Skenderbeg wore Serb clothing and wrote in 'Serb letters and Italian language' because the illiterate Albanians at that time could only write in Greek or Serb just as Skenderbeg "carried all discussions in the Serb language".


    Kacic Miosic (Croatian scribe)
    17th Century

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    QUOTE #5:

    "Skenderbeg, a personally brave man was of Serb descent and was so useful, that he was respected by the Albanians, as well. He was the son of Ivan Kastrioti. His mother was Vojislava, daughter of the Prince of Polog"



    Teodoro Spanduci 16th century Italian
    quoted by: P. Rovinski
    see: above source for Mr. Rovinski


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    QUOTE #6:


    Biography of Skenderbeg in Serbian language published in Budapest in 1828 by a Hungarian: Josip Milovuk


    Biography of Skenderbeg in Serbian language published in Belgrade in 1848 by a Croatian: Andrija Kacic Miosic


    Biography of Skenderbeg in Serbian language published in Novi Sad in 1855 by the Serb Popovic brothers
    The only book about Skenderbeg written by an Albanian before the World War I was written by Catholic Albanian priest Marin Barleci who is quoted by Paul Rovinski. As shown above - even M. Barleci an Albanian designates Skenderbeg a a Serb and not an Albanian at all.

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    KASTRIOTI FAMILY CANNOT BE OF ALBANIAN ORIGIN!!!

    ALBANIANS DID NOT ARRIVE IN KASTORIA (ACTUALLY A REGION GREEK MACEDONIA) UNTIL 1380s


    Kastoria city first appears in history during a period of Bulgarian incursions which were successfully repulsed in 1018. It was captured by the Normans in 1081 and liberated soon afterwards by the emperor Alexios I Komnenos. Armed forces of Bulgarians and from the neighbouring state of Epirus and the empire of Nicaea were active in Kastoria and its vicinity during the 13th century. In the next century (14th century; 1300s) the city was occupied first by the Serbs, then by the Albanians and finally, in 1386, by the Turks.
    History of Kastoria





  2. #2
    Feuerengel
    Auf jeden Fall, glaubwürdige Lügen stehen da auf deinen
    Beitrag. Ich bin nämlich fast reingefallen.

  3. #3
    Pejani1
    Klar doch, nun ist Skenderbeg auch noch Serbe!

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    was haben die serben, mazedonier und griechen "zusammen"?

    geschichtsfälscher

  5. #5
    Feuerengel
    Zitat Zitat von Marko Boqari Beitrag anzeigen
    was haben die serben, mazedonier und griechen "zusammen"?

    geschichtsfälscher
    Nicht nur das!

  6. #6
    Pejani1
    Venom, das glaubst du wohl selber ned, oder?

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