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Mysterious leader and his forgotten empire

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    Posted: 27-Jan-2011 at 03:11
I agree with you about possibilities spoken above.Main premise is that languages were institutionalized after Charlemagne on territories of Western Empire.Creation of so called Slavic language was logical response of this.Reasons are previously described above.We have only few ancient languages from scripts.
 I claim that parallel with other languages ,existed one, which syllables were basement for Slavic language.This one was reformed in 9th century,with influences of many others(languages),was pronounced Slavic.Name shows us destiny of greatest ancient civilization of the world and there population.After its fail this population became main slave power in Empire,out of any kind of statistic.People that once built pyramids  still  like historical entity have to carry names that literary show us, that their status do not change until today.They have to be proud about this even.Such a ironical Avatar story!!!

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  Quote theartofhistory Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27-Jan-2011 at 10:10
According to Fredegar it bordered in the west with Thuringia in the north with Saxonyit contained slavic tribes from Alps to the Upper Elbe. It did not inclide Lusatian Serbs under Dervan rule and friendly Karnten under the duke Valluk. In the southeast it bordered with Avar kaganate.
According to some historians the center of Samo empire was in Moravia, maybe somewhere near of Olomouc, according to others in Czechia-maybe Vysehrad or Zavist u Zbraslavi.
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No slavs doesn't mean slaves it is common missunderstunding, because slava has not come from latin, but from actually slavic language, and in ALL slavic languages slava means literally "glory", and slavs were called slavs because most of the names ends with "slav" for example: Jaroslav (celebrating spring) Vladislav (celebrating rule) etc etc really most of slavic names ends with "slav" it has nothing to do with slavery, "slavit" or "oslava" means literally "celebration", "slave" is latin word and it has absolutly NO connection with slavic words, and Samo ruled from Moravia :)

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