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  Quote Perseas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28-Jun-2006 at 08:34
Greco, restrain from posting in the topic, nationalistic maps as the previous "megali idea" maps who were deleted. This topic wasnt created to provoke anyone and with a minor exception it went really good so far. Either write next to each map the source you got them from or i will have to delete a few of them (the ones named greater Greece) for promoting nationalism.
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Here are few maps of the ancient greek lands.

An example - the Peloponessian war(431-404 BC):

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  Quote bg_turk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05-Jul-2006 at 19:11
Originally posted by Perseas

Greco, restrain from posting in the topic, nationalistic maps as the previous "megali idea" maps who were deleted. This topic wasnt created to provoke anyone and with a minor exception it went really good so far. Either write next to each map the source you got them from or i will have to delete a few of them (the ones named greater Greece) for promoting nationalism.
 
Perseas, I do not think this is necessary. Even if nationalist the maps have some historical value.
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Ptolemaic Map of 1480.It shows the ancient borders of Greece.Located now at Benaki museum in Athens.
 
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Greece in the Archaic Age

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The Kingdom of Macedon and its cantons.Orestis was the initial homeland of the Macedonians.From there(Argos orestikon),the Argeads(from Argos,Peloponesos)  started expanding their kingdom
 

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The geographical boundaries of Macedonia
 
 
 
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The vilayets of the Ottoman Empire.

-.-.- : boundaries of Balkan States (1912)
----- : new boundaries after the treaty of Bucarest (1913)
Shaded area: geographical boundaries of Macedonia.

 
 
 
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  Quote akritas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-Aug-2006 at 12:15
greco what supposed to do a nationalistic FYROMian map in an thread that consern the historical Hellenic geographical boundaries and not the Slavmacedonian dialects???
please when you post something with a unknown language like the Slavmacedonian must be carefull,
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  Quote Anton Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24-Aug-2006 at 12:43
Originally posted by akritas

please when you post something with a unknown language like the Slavmacedonian must be carefull
 
Do you mean the same for every other non-English language, or you somehow make Macedonian language special?
I can translate what is written in it -- it is a map of different dialects of modern Macedonian language in places where Macedonians live.
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Map of ancient Greece

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Map of ancient Macedonia showing the natural geography of the region
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Topographic map of the city of Thessaloniki,during the middle ages.
At the center of the city the complex of the palace is located(palace of Galerius).
Next to the eastern side of the walls the remains of the hippodrome/circus of Thessaloniki can be seen.
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Map of Byzantine Macedonia

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