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Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#173 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Louvre Museum, Paris, France

http://www.louvre.fr/llv/activite/detail_parc...

Early in his reign, Louis XIV wished to become a new Alexander, but all he retained of the life of the Greek was his great military accomplishments and his generosity. The large paintings commissioned from the painter Le Brun in 1665 were the vehicles for this propaganda. Le Brun was able to recreate the tumult and ferocity of battle through facial expressions. He carefully described an imagined Antiquity, set up carefully centered compositions, and selected colors that emphasized the action of the hero across the vast surface of the canvas.
Crossing the Granicus and The Battle of Arbela illustrate the famous battles between the Greeks and the Persians, while The entry of Alexander the Great into Babylon evokes the triumph of Alexander entering this eastern city, in which we can make out the city's famous hanging gardens

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#174 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Louvre Museum, Paris, France

http://www.louvre.fr/llv/activite/detail_parc...

Alexander was born in 356 BC, the son of Olympias, a Molossian princess, and Philip II, the king of Macedonia. The kingdom, which was located in the north of Greece, was prosperous and possessed a powerful army. Philip was able to impose his will over the OTHER GREEK TRIBES and city-states, but was assassinated in 336 while he was preparing to invade the neighboring Persian Empire

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#175 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Louvre Museum, Paris, France

http://www.louvre.fr/llv/oeuvres/detail_perio...

In the countries of the Levant, the peace that had lasted since the founding of the Persian empire and the arrival of the Greeks under Alexander and his successors, was a source of enduring prosperity

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#176 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia

http://hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/03/hm3_7_1...

The Greek world penetrated deep into Central Asia in the centuries after the invasion of Alexander the Great. The coins of the Greek kings of Bactria and north-western India illustrate the mingling of Greek and native cultures. This coin shows a Greek king wearing a local headdress on the obverse and the Greek god Poseidon, representing the Indian trident-bearing god Siva, on the reverse.

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#177 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Glyptothek, Munich, Germany
III. Hellenism

http://translate.google.com/translate...

Alexander the Great conquered by 330 BC the Persian empire. This was the Greek art of the ancient world. The Hellenistic sculpture plays with the emotions of the beholder. Against the ideal beauty of the previous era put the artists also aspects of horror, violence and the ugly.

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#178 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt

http://www.bibalex.org/english/artsmuseums/an...

During the reign of Ptolemy I, successor of Alexander the Great to the throne of Egypt, Alexandria received a great number of Greek artists who admired the calm and cheerful atmosphere of Alexandria. Gradually, with the mingling of these Greek artists with Egyptians and adopting some of their traditions and beliefs, a hybrid mixture of Greek and Egyptian art emerged.

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#179 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Al Ain National Museum, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

http://www.aam.gov.ae/sections/hellenistie.ht...

The Hellenistic culture was the result of the cultural interaction between the Greek civilization and the civilization of the ancient Near East. This took place after the conquest of Alexander in the Near East. Here in the Arabian Gulf, traces of this culture were evident in the 3rd century BC

Since: Jul 08

Kerkyra - Corfu Island

#180 Oct 2, 2009
adela wrote:
Here are 27 books and which show that Alexander the Great is Albanian
http://alexanderthegreat.wordpress.com/
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia

http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/collection/da...

Many designs use the cross motif, which may have originated from the Greek invasion by Alexander the Great
Basil II The slavslayer

Kavála, Greece

#181 Oct 2, 2009
AlexandrosTheGreatGreek wrote:
<quoted text>
well said brat....$#%$#% him.
Skase re slavo poustara .ti sxesh exeis me tous Ellhnes gamimene slavospore,pigaine gia kanena'' raki ''me tous filous sou tous servoslavous.You TRAITOR,i m sure at your home with your dirty comunist father and your slavic b***h mother you call that MONSTROSITY skopia as ''MAKEDONIA''.I wish the worst for you and take off the hellenic flag from your avatar blasfemer
Basil II The slavslayer

Kavála, Greece

#182 Oct 2, 2009
Alexandrovic The Great Greek. What on earth my eyes are going to see more!!!!!!!!!!
Truth

Corfu, Greece

#183 Oct 2, 2009
Iremise re patrioti tis dekaras, pou exeis parei ampariza ta panta. Alitheia me poio dikaioma vrizeis olo to slaviko plithismo ?
Epeidi vrethikan kapoioi brainwashed metallagmenoi voulgaroi (aka fyromians) nomizeis exeis to dikaioma na vrizeis genika ola ta slavika krati?
Oute o Xilter den eixe toso apolyti kai fasistiki logiki!
Me poio dikaioma kseftilizeis Rosia, Lefkorosia, Oukrania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Tsexia kai genika ola afta ta krati epeidi exoun tis idies rizes me tous voulgaroskopianous??????

Eleos re....
Basil II The slavslayer

Kavála, Greece

#184 Oct 2, 2009
Eno tora esy ti kaneis ,re megale?Diplomatia me tous slavous???Exeis akousei pote ti pisteoun pragmatika oloi autoi oi panagathoi laoi pou eipes, gia tous Ellines???Ego tous vrizo giati autoi to arxisan katalaves truth???????Autoi arxisan tis malakies oxi ego.
Basil II The slavslayer

Kavála, Greece

#185 Oct 2, 2009
A kai kati allo.Ena arxaio rito ellege:''Imimatheia einai xeiroterh tis amatheias''Eseis vrizete tous skopianous kai to paizetai aderfia me tous servous,alla den mporeite na katalavete oti oi servoi kai oi alloi slavoi ftaine gia auto pou einai simera oi skopianoi,me ton imperialismo tous.Emena oi slavoi POTE den tha ginoun aderfia mou
adela

Boston, MA

#186 Oct 2, 2009
The Trojan War: A New History

By Barry Strauss - History - 2007 - 288 pages

A note on ancient History and Archaeology

Ancient Greek history traditionally begins in the year 776 B.C. when the first Olympic Games are supposed to have been held.

By coincidence, the earliest example of the Greek alphabet dates to about 750 B.C. so both tradition and Scholarship would agree in labeling everything that happened before the early eighth century B.C. in Greece as “prehistory”.

Bur thanks largely to archaeology, we know a great deal about the history of the “prehistoric” Greeks. And some of our knowledge even comes from written Sources, because centuries before the Greek alphabet, scribes used a primitive writings system for record – keeping in Greek, called Linear B, it was in use from about 1450 to about 1180 B.C. after which it disappeared.

Much more sophisticated writings also survive from other so- called pre-historic cultures and they offer important historical information about prehistoric Greece. But more on that later: first let us quickly scan the historic period of ancient Greece.

The Greek city-states reached their heyday in the centuries between about 750 and 323 B.C. the period between 750 and 480 is known as the archaic age. While the years from 480 to 323 are called the classical period.

At the end of the classical period king Alexander the great conquered all of Greece as well as the Persian Empire to the cast

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adela

Boston, MA

#187 Oct 2, 2009
Taken from an article in the magazine "The Bridge"

Rej Jackly-Columbia University

"I became a friend of the Church's Council and after some days one of the church advisors called çiko phones me to let me know about their difficult position.

During the conversation he told me that he found that I was interested about the history of Albanians and he wanted to show me what his father or his grandfather had told him. He told to me that his father had graduated at the Cairo University and as a student he went for a walk together with an Albanian student.

A student of another nationality joined them too, their friend. While, they were walking they spoke in Arabic language. When they had to talk about something that was secret they spoke in Albanian in order not to be understood by their friend.

Their friend kept quiet and when they finished the conversation he told them that he understood everything, and that he speaks that language too. Two Albanian students remained amazed and asked him why he didn't tell what he had studied Albanian language. He swore that he had never studied Albanian, but that language was spoken in his birthplace.

They told him how could be spoken the Albanian language there; that he came from the cursed (edituar) in Pakistan near India. He explained them that his country was called Burria(men)(Burushu) and surely all of them were burria (men-soldiers) of Alexander the Great. The two Albanian stubborn students didn't believe to him. The boy became nervous becouse they called him a liar.

He wrote to hsi father that when he will buy him the ticket for sumemr holidays he wanted to take two of his friends from the university who were speaking Albanian language. So, two Albanians went on summer holydays together with their friend in the place called Burria and when they arrived there they remaned senseles when they realized that they were speaking Albanian Langauge(surely in dialect).

The boy's father since he was the Governor of Burria accepted them with a lot of pleasure and explained to them many interesting things and told to them that beyong the monuntains on the Indian part live our people in a place calles Kaushet(Qaushet).
I think that they didn't settle there after the murder of Achilles(Cleats), but they remained there when Alexander the Great decided to come back from India to Babylon and older soldiers who were Phillip's soldiers, bedore leaving he asked them to go through Hindu Kush, an easier way for older people.

Whereas he left himself, Petale, India, through the desert of Makran, a very difficult and dangerous road. Whereas half of the army leaded by Narkos was aksed by him to go through the Indian Ocean, thinking that he will be connected with Nile and will come out in the Mediterranean Sea. I think that those who were sent through Hindi Kush about six thousand soldiers stopped in actual Burria. But, it is not sure yet becouse Alexander in order to protect the rear of the supplies he left many of his soldiers as in Baktria and in any other fortress. Burushu could be any of those soldiers.

Common mistake

Whereas in 1990, in a cocktail in Washington it was my honor to have a long conversation with the Pakistani's abassador in Washington and I asked him: "Tell me does it look like that the family Buta seems to be with European face that it is whiter from other Pakistanis". He told me that they are Greeks and remained there after Alexander, they even have the monument of Alexander the Great in their town and that they are called Pashtun-Pashto-Invader(Conquer or-Albanian).
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Taken from "The Bridge" page25.
homosapien

Bitola, Macedonia

#188 Oct 2, 2009
adela na mbyte me kto komente,pse harxhon kohe kot,ska lidhje cfar mendojn kta per ne

“ein anderer Schauplatz”

Since: Jan 09

Athens

#189 Oct 2, 2009
A D E L A
T H E
O F F I C I A L
A R N A O U T
S Q H I P T A R
S P A M M E R

She is now spamming about the greek language
while admiting that she has some connection[linguistic-strong]w ith the Mongolian-Persian culture of the Pakistanis!
Why would a sghiptar ass come here 'discuss' Greek
language the Trojan War period?
What do Albs who appeared here more that 22 centuries after that War have to do with it?
NOTHING!

Go away spamming adela!
STELLA ROSSA CAMPIONE

Belgrade, Serbia

#190 Oct 2, 2009
lilalo wrote:
A D E L A
T H E
O F F I C I A L
A R N A O U T
S Q H I P T A R
S P A M M E R
She is now spamming about the greek language
while admiting that she has some connection[linguistic-strong]w ith the Mongolian-Persian culture of the Pakistanis!
Why would a sghiptar ass come here 'discuss' Greek
language the Trojan War period?
What do Albs who appeared here more that 22 centuries after that War have to do with it?
NOTHING!
Go away spamming adela!
Well said. Clear as a lake.

And now, the minister of propaganda called Adela Spammer :).....

“ein anderer Schauplatz”

Since: Jan 09

Athens

#191 Oct 2, 2009
I'll follow that advise...wait and see...

“ke bide”

Since: Aug 09

shambala

#192 Oct 3, 2009
adela wrote:
Taken from an article in the magazine "The Bridge"
Rej Jackly-Columbia University
"I became a friend of the Church's Council and after some days one of the church advisors called çiko phones me to let me know about their difficult position.
During the conversation he told me that he found that I was interested about the history of Albanians and he wanted to show me what his father or his grandfather had told him. He told to me that his father had graduated at the Cairo University and as a student he went for a walk together with an Albanian student.
A student of another nationality joined them too, their friend. While, they were walking they spoke in Arabic language. When they had to talk about something that was secret they spoke in Albanian in order not to be understood by their friend.
Their friend kept quiet and when they finished the conversation he told them that he understood everything, and that he speaks that language too. Two Albanian students remained amazed and asked him why he didn't tell what he had studied Albanian language. He swore that he had never studied Albanian, but that language was spoken in his birthplace.
They told him how could be spoken the Albanian language there; that he came from the cursed (edituar) in Pakistan near India. He explained them that his country was called Burria(men)(Burushu) and surely all of them were burria (men-soldiers) of Alexander the Great. The two Albanian stubborn students didn't believe to him. The boy became nervous becouse they called him a liar.
He wrote to hsi father that when he will buy him the ticket for sumemr holidays he wanted to take two of his friends from the university who were speaking Albanian language. So, two Albanians went on summer holydays together with their friend in the place called Burria and when they arrived there they remaned senseles when they realized that they were speaking Albanian Langauge(surely in dialect).
The boy's father since he was the Governor of Burria accepted them with a lot of pleasure and explained to them many interesting things and told to them that beyong the monuntains on the Indian part live our people in a place calles Kaushet(Qaushet).
I think that they didn't settle there after the murder of Achilles(Cleats), but they remained there when Alexander the Great decided to come back from India to Babylon and older soldiers who were Phillip's soldiers, bedore leaving he asked them to go through Hindu Kush, an easier way for older people.
Whereas he left himself, Petale, India, through the desert of Makran, a very difficult and dangerous road. Whereas half of the army leaded by Narkos was aksed by him to go through the Indian Ocean, thinking that he will be connected with Nile and will come out in the Mediterranean Sea. I think that those who were sent through Hindi Kush about six thousand soldiers stopped in actual Burria. But, it is not sure yet becouse Alexander in order to protect the rear of the supplies he left many of his soldiers as in Baktria and in any other fortress. Burushu could be any of those soldiers.
Common mistake
Whereas in 1990, in a cocktail in Washington it was my honor to have a long conversation with the Pakistani's abassador in Washington and I asked him: "Tell me does it look like that the family Buta seems to be with European face that it is whiter from other Pakistanis". He told me that they are Greeks and remained there after Alexander, they even have the monument of Alexander the Great in their town and that they are called Pashtun-Pashto-Invader(Conquer or-Albanian).
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Taken from "The Bridge" page25.
adela you are shiting word albanian comes,many sentury later

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