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  Thracians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Archaeological and linguistic evidence supports the observation of Herodotus (5.3) in the 5th century BC, that the Thracians were a multitude of tribes, who, despite a fundamentally common language and heritage, did not ever achieve a unified national consciousness.
Scholars have proposed that the present-day Albanians may be Thracians who maintained their language, but this is controversial.
During the 2000s, Bulgarian archaeologists made discoveries in Central Bulgaria which were summarized as "The Valley of the Thracian Kings".
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 Thracian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Thracian language was the Indo-European language spoken in ancient times by the Thracians in South-Eastern Europe.
Excluding Dacian, whose status as a Thracian language is disputed
The Language of the Thracians, an abridged English translation of Ivan Duridanov's 1975 booklet, Ezikyt na trakite
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thracian_language   (968 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Moesi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Moesoi) were a Daco-Thracic tribe who inhabited part of what would become the Roman province of Moesia, which was named after them.
Thracologists suggest that the Moesi may have spoken a language or dialect intermediary between Dacian and Thracian.
Of their language or dialect, only a few items are recorded; their ethnonym (Moesoi, Moesi), some toponyms and anthroponyms, and a phytonym: Mendruta, the Moesian name for the False Helleborine (L. Veratrum nigrum) or the Beet (L. Beta vulgaris).
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Moesi   (107 words)

  
 HELLAS:NET - History
Macedon was a bit cut off from Hellas: in the south it was bordered by Thessaly and several coastal cities which were allied to Athens, in the west its land was bordered by mountains while it had to deal with Illyrians and Paeonians in the north and east.
The people were a mixture of the Illyric, Thracic and Dorian elements.
Macedon was closely related to Hellas in a linguistic way, as its language was very much alike the dialect which was spoken in northern Hellas, but when you look at the other aspects than they were not much alike.
monolith.dnsalias.org /~marsares/history/classic4/macedon.html   (451 words)

  
 All Empires History Forum: Are Albanians related to Greeks?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The language of the present-day Udis seems to be the modern descendant of ancient Albanian.
The language of the Balkan Albanians however, is an IE language.
IE languages are inflective languages while Caucasian languages are agglutinative.
www.allempires.com /forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=2140&PN=1   (3501 words)

  
 Greeks, Turks and Bulgarians, are they related?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In language, religion, and history, a case could be made for identifying Macedonian Slavs with Bulgarians and to a lesser extent with Serbs.
Thracian language disappeared in 5th or 6th language AD, as Thracians were assimilated by Romans, Slavs and Bulgars, and no scientist now is brave enough to write a monograph about this language (there is just one work - "The Language of the Thracians" by Bulgarian linguist Georgiev).
It is a modern language, not one that has been re-invigorated at the beggining of the 1800's like the greek language.
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 Assembly of Turkish American Associations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
However, during Ottoman administration the Armenians owned land and were free to use their own language and to belief in their own religion within the framework of Muslim law.
They were free in their language, religion, beliefs and the relations among themselves.
The Armenian citizens are praying in churches according to their own beliefs, are educated in their own schools and language, are preparing publications in their own language, and are continuing their social and cultural activities.
www.ataa.org /ataa/ref/arm_book/foreword.html   (6270 words)

  
 NOTES:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The use of the Latin language in its popular form, accesible to the army and administration, with simplifying grammatical formes was the first sign of the Romanization process.
The Latin language and the maintenance of some old words, perpetuated over the centuries, also reflected the socio-political organization of the Romanized population.
The most basic words from romanian language have latin origin and continually using the same agricultural  tools, between II-XII centuries prove that the romanian people kept their occupations, the agriculture was the base of economy.
www.bvau.ro /docs/doc_eng.htm   (5896 words)

  
 The origins of the Bulgarians [Archive] - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The foundation of the Bulgarian state on the territories inhabited by numerous tribes speaking different languages, is definitely connected with the Bulgarians.
The Franks who had founded the France of the antiquity are, in fact, Germans, and the population there consists mainly of Gallo-Romans whose language is still the language spoken by the French.
In other words, the Bulgarians belong to the same ethnolingual group as the Huns, the Avars, the Pechenegs and the Cumans, i.e., the peoples, parts of which are to flow into the Bulgarian nation between the 7th and 14th centuries.
www.stormfront.org /archive/t-117798   (2071 words)

  
 Marketplace - For Sale. - Culture Baltics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Nor, one must admit, have the other parts of the government indicated their...
Since there are many words of Thracic origin in Lithuanian Language it is possible to say that The Lithuanians has something in common with the Thracians?
Aside from the non-stop russkie screaming about the displacement of NATO bases eastward (danger to matushka - ya know whereas the well-intentioned russkie forces now slavering to get back to their previous bases in the formerly...
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 Research: 2001 Annual Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
E. Franconi, F. Grandi, F. Mandreoli, Schema Evolution and Versioning: a Logical and Computational Characterisation, Proceedings 9th International Workshop on Foundations of Models and Languages for Data and Objects: Database schema evolution and meta-modeling, (DEMM'00), January, Springer Verlag, http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~franconi/papers/demm-00.ps.gz.
K. Korovin, A. Voronkov, Knuth-Bendix Constraint Solving Is NP-Complete, Automata, Languages and Programming, 28th International Colloquium, ICALP 2001, pp.979-992, ISBN 3-540-42287-0, Vol.2076, January, Springer Verlag.
J. Sargeant, C. Kirkham, I. Watson, Exploiting Implicit Parallelism in Functional Programs with SLAM, Implementation of Functional Languages, 12th International Workshop, IFL 2000, pp.19-36, ISBN 3-540-41919-5, ISSN 0302-9743, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol.2011, January, Springer Verlag.
www.cs.manchester.ac.uk /Research_subweb/AR01.php   (4448 words)

  
 Re: About Bulgarians nad their grate History
I doubt it very much.If we look at the Russian History we find a Nordic tribe called Rus taking over many Slavic tribes constituted in states by the Vulgar/Vlaks.
The Rus and the Vulgar Vlaks were a minority compared with the Slavs who constituted the majority of the people of the new created state of the Rus.This however wasn't an impediment for the Rus to accept Slavic as the language of the Church and State.
Nations of Europe are a melting pot of diferrent people and languages.But all of them are Indo Europeans.
www.usenet.com /newsgroups/soc.culture.bulgaria/msg01747.html   (1052 words)

  
 Data: 999 BC to 500 BC - The Ethnohistory Project
40 34 -700 -680 A Saii P Thasos L German spelling Saiern or Saien, Thracic tribe.
Was led by Nabopolassar, who had seized Kingship of Babylonia in 625 BC; & was joined by Medes & Scythians; ending the last organized Assyrian resistance.
Chaldean language = Urartian, related to Hurrian, which is an unaffiliated language.
life.bio.sunysb.edu /ee/msr/Ethno/dategen3.html   (9429 words)

  
 UNIFORM INSIGNIA :: View topic - Greek Armed Forces History
Macedonia was closely related to Greece in a linguistic way, as its language was very much alike the dialect which was spoken in northern Greece (i.e.
Dorian dialect), but when you look at the other aspects than they were not much alike.
He discontinued the use of Latin as the empire's official language, replacing it with Greek.
forum.uniforminsignia.net /viewtopic.php?p=10269   (8996 words)

  
 ► » Lithuanian History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Since there are many words of Thracic origin in Lithuanian Language it is
It could be that the Lithuanians were Goths = Daci
I don't believe that anyone takes it very seriously.
www.sitroco.com /Lithuanian-History-9891236.html   (505 words)

  
 Punjabi.net discussions chat forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
as false as the identification of the Germanic Goths with the Thracic
But everyone today knows that 'Scythian' is not an ethnic but geographic concept,Iranian refers to peoples who primordially spoke the Iranian language (namely Medes,Persians and Parthians),Getae were those folk who spoke a Thracian or Baltic + Slavic tongue,Goths were Gernmanics with a German tongue.Obviously all these diverse peoples can't be Jats.
Â…many scholars believe that the proud Rajput clans of Rajputana and stalwart Jats of the Punjab are likewise descended, in part at least, from these ancient invaders [Ephthalites], even though the Gurjaras, the Rajputs and the Jats have long since adopted an Indian language and been absorbed in the vast bulk of Hinduism.
www.punjabi.net /talk/messages/1/50402.html?1065489061   (4842 words)

  
 The Bulgarian Race(A Thracic/Slavic race) - www.ezboard.com
This Slavic invasion, which resulted in a permanent settlement of the country, was followed by a further invasion of still heathen Ugrian tribes under Turkish leadership, similar to the movement which brought the ancestors of the Magyars to Hungary.
The subsequent history of Bulgaria was the opposite to that of Hungary; the Bulgars, who had left their eastern Russian home before the rise of the Bolgar Empire, kept their Ugrian name, but gave up their language, in favor of the speech of their Slavic predecessors.
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