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    I truly love the total absence of ANY inscriptions that could possible be readable... But then it does not surprise me. I have seen old pictures with shops' inscriptions... and much more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petros Houhoulis View Post
    I truly love the total absence of ANY inscriptions that could possible be readable... But then it does not surprise me. I have seen old pictures with shops' inscriptions... and much more...
    Could you maybe share these photos in this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petros Houhoulis View Post
    I truly love the total absence of ANY inscriptions that could possible be readable... But then it does not surprise me. I have seen old pictures with shops' inscriptions... and much more...
    I have seen old pictures of icons in churches in Greece with their original Old Church Slavonic script scrubbed out by greeks. I have seen the same thing happen to tomb-stones with Slavic script rubbed out. No comment on this Petros?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokol View Post
    I have seen old pictures of icons in churches in Greece with their original Old Church Slavonic script scrubbed out by greeks. I have seen the same thing happen to tomb-stones with Slavic script rubbed out. No comment on this Petros?
    They are Bulgarian. Your language was not codified before 1945, remember?

    We have a mutual history of destroying each other with the Bulgarians. We do not deny it.

    You want comment? Here it is:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitola_inscription



    A translation of only the clearly readable parts is as follows:[citation needed]

    In the year [...] since the creation of the world, this fortress, built and made by Ivan, Bulgarian autocrat, was renewed with the help and the prayers of Our Most Holy Lady and through the intercession of her twelve supreme apostles. The fortress was built as a haven and for the salvation of the lives of the Bulgarians. The work on the fortress of Bitola commenced on the twentieth day of October and ended on the [...] was Bulgarian by birth [...] pious son of Aaron [...] they both defeated [...] where was taken [...] and this Tsar [...] 6..2 since the creation of the world [...] at the end."
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitola_...on#Controversy

    The official state doctrine[citation needed] in the Republic of Macedonia denies any Bulgarian link to medieval Macedonia and especially to Tsar Samuil's state and to its rulers, as Ivan Vladislav for example. The historical and political importance of the inscription were the reason for controversy in the Republic of Macedonia in 2006. The French consulate in Bitola sponsored and prepared a tourist catalogue of the town and printed on its front cover the entire text of the inscription. News about it had spread prior to the official presentation of the catalogue and was a cause for confusion among the officials of the Bitola municipality. The French consulat was warned, the printing of the new catalogue was stopped and the photo on the cover was changed.[12]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petros Houhoulis View Post
    They are Bulgarian. Your language was not codified before 1945, remember?

    We have a mutual history of destroying each other with the Bulgarians. We do not deny it.

    You want comment? Here it is:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitola_inscription





    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitola_...on#Controversy



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    http://www.gate.net/~mango/Bulgarian_falsification.html

    No comment needed.....

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    Macedonia is a beautiful place and I believe that the Macedonian People have a lot to be proud of up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokol View Post
    Wrong... Stone.

    The Stoidis Stone was a DIFFERENT stone found in a DIFFERENT country altogether and once the proper Bulgarian authorities saw it, they declared it a fake ON SIGHT. By the way, this is NOT the only inscription that Stoidis has forged...

    On the other hand, the really Bulgarian inscription has nothing to do with either Stoidis or the Bulgarians, and it is GENUINE - that's why wikipedia and all other decent publications reference it. You see, neither Stoidis nor any other Bulgarian forgerers could have forged it, because it was found in YOUR country at a time when you were/are not exactly-fanmous for your pro-Bulgarian feelings...

    In any case, the case of Czar Samuel being a self-declared Bulgarian has been SETTLED forever, by multiple sources, either you shall ever admit it or not.

    Some day you must start writing about your own history (if you ever manage to generate such a feat...)

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