Macedonian Language E-Learning Center

Macedonian Language E-Learning Center

Macedonian (македонски) is a South Slavic language spoken by about three million people. There are some two million speakers in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), and perhaps another million or so in other countries, especially in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, the USA, Australia and Canada. Macedonian is recognised as a minority language in Albania, Romania and Serbia, and is taught at university in a number of countries. (...)

Macedonian (македонски) is a South Slavic language spoken by about three million people. There are some two million speakers in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), and perhaps another million or so in other countries, especially in Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Serbia, the USA, Australia and Canada. Macedonian is recognised as a minority language in Albania, Romania and Serbia, and is taught at university in a number of countries. (...)

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STONE OF ROSETTA - written in MACEDONIAN language

STONE OF ROSETTA - written in MACEDONIAN language

Tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia, 3rd century BC, showing Alexander the Great.

Tetradrachm from Amphipolis, Macedonia, 3rd century BC, showing Alexander the Great.

Macedonian Language.  A Scientific+Analysis+of+the+Pella+Curse+Tablet+by+James+L.+O'Neil,+(University+of+Sydney)

Macedonian Language. A Scientific+Analysis+of+the+Pella+Curse+Tablet+by+James+L.+O'Neil,+(University+of+Sydney)

Macedonian Language  #Macedonian #Language 136-137 BCE  Tablet with Greek Inscription of a Letter from Emperor Hadrian to the Common Assembly of the Macedonians (136 - 137 CE)  In the letter, Hadrian states that in accordance with the request of a delegation from Macedon, all Macedonian politicians must inform their chosen successors thirty days in advance when leaving office.   Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece

Macedonian Language #Macedonian #Language 136-137 BCE Tablet with Greek Inscription of a Letter from Emperor Hadrian to the Common Assembly of the Macedonians (136 - 137 CE) In the letter, Hadrian states that in accordance with the request of a delegation from Macedon, all Macedonian politicians must inform their chosen successors thirty days in advance when leaving office. Macedonia the ancient kingdom of Greece

Ancient Greek coin of Alexander the Great (b. Macedonia, Greece, 356-323 BC)

Ancient Greek coin of Alexander the Great (b. Macedonia, Greece, 356-323 BC)

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