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  1. The Albanians: An Ethnic History from Prehistoric Times to the Present- 2 Vol. Set by Edwin E. Jacques, 2009-01-16
  2. The Albanians: Europe's Forgotten Survivors by Anton Logoreci, 1978-07
  3. The Albanians: A Modern History by Miranda Vickers, 2001-06-01
  4. Albanian Identities: Myth and History
  5. Albanian: Webster's Timeline History, 451 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2009-06-06
  6. Albanian Literature: A Short History by Robert Elsie, 2006-01-08
  7. A history of Albanian literature by Koço Bihiku, 1980
  8. Between Serb and Albanian: A History of Kosovo by Miranda Vickers, 1998-05
  9. History of Albanian Literature by Robert Elsie, 1995-05-15
  10. Europe and the Albanian question, (Chicago essays on world history and politics) by P Pipinelēs, 1963
  11. Albanians in Michigan-A Proud People from Southeast Europe by Frances Trix, 2001-06
  12. Albania in the Twentieth Century, A History: Volume I: Albania and King Zog, 1908-39 (Albania in the Twentieth Century: a History) by Owen Pearson, 2005-07-22
  13. Albanian Urban Lyric Song in the 1930s (Europea, No. 2) by Eno Koco, 2004-06-15
  14. Cham Albanians: Cham Albanians. Chameria, Origin of the Albanians, History of Ottoman Albania, Ottoman Greece, Islam in Albania, Pashalik of Janina, Greek War of Independence

1. Chemistry - Category:Albanian History
Subcategories There are 4 subcategories to this category. C. Comecon; I. Illyria; M. Military history of Albania during World War II; O. Ottoman Empire; Articles in category
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2. Timeline Of Albanian History To 1993 - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
2nd century AD 1 to 11th century. In the 150 AD Ptolemy, the geographer and astronomer from Alexandria drafts a map. This map shows the city of Albanopolis (located Northeast
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Timeline of Albanian history to 1993
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  • In the 150 AD Ptolemy , the geographer and astronomer from Alexandria drafts a map. This map shows the city of Albanopolis (located Northeast of Durrës ). Ptolemy also mentions the Illyrian tribe named Albanoi , who lived around this city. The area was part of Roman Macedon , specifically the Epirus Nova subdivision. Epirus nova or New Epirus or Illyria Graeca or Illyris proper was a province of the Roman Empire established by Diocletian (244-311) during his restructuring of provincial boundaries. The province, belonged to the Roman province of Macedonia . Later it became a theme of the Byzantine Empire Dyrrachium (or Epidamnus ) was established as the capital of Epirus nova. The region of Epirus Nova corresponded to a part of Illyria that was now partly Hellenic and partly Hellenized . The area was the line of division between the provinces of Illyricum and Macedonia.

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The Ultimate CategoryAlbanian history Dog Breeds Online Reference Guide
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4. Biology - Category:Albanian History
Subcategories There are 4 subcategories to this category. C. Comecon; I. Illyria; M. Military history of Albania during World War II; O. Ottoman Empire; Articles in category Albanian history
http://www.biologydaily.com/biology/Category:Albanian_history

5. Timeline Of Albanian History - Definition
Timeline Example Usage meiliafauziah Wah keadaan mulai menyeramkan nih. Di Timeline ga ada siapa siapa cuma ada @deryansha , wah mulai mistik nih Timeline
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6. Timeline Of Albanian History
Factindex.com financially supports the Wikimedia Foundation. Displaying this page does not burden Wikipedia hardware resources. This article is from Wikipedia.
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Main Page See live article Alphabetical index
Timeline of Albanian history
Timeline Timeline of Albanian history
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7. Timeline Of Albanian History To 1993
ca. 1000 BC Illyrians, descendants of ancient IndoEuropean peoples, settled in western part of the Balkan Peninsula. 358 BC Illyrians defeated by Philip II of Macedonia.
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Timeline of Albanian history to 1993
Chronology of Important Events of Albania =BC= Table of contents 1 ca. 1000 BC
2 358 BC

3 312 BC

4 229 BC and 219 BC
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ca. 1000 BC
Illyrians, descendants of ancient Indo-European peoples, settled in western part of the Balkan Peninsula.
358 BC
Illyrians defeated by Philip II of Macedonia.
312 BC
King Glaucius of Illyria expels Greeks from Durrs.
229 BC and 219 BC
Roman soldiers overrun Illyrian settlements in Neretva River valley.
165 BC
Roman forces capture Illyria's King Gentius at Shkodr. 1st century AD= Christianity comes to Illyrian populated areas.
AD 9
Romans, under Emperor Tiberius, subjugate Illyrians and divide present-day Albania between Dalmatia, Epirus, and Macedonia.
AD 395
Roman Empire's division into eastern and western parts leaves the lands that now comprise Albania administratively under the Eastern Empire but ecclesiastically under Rome. 4th century seventh century = Goths, Huns, Avars, Serbs, Croats, and Bulgars successively invade Illyrian lands in present-day Albania.
Illyrian people subordinated to the patriarchate of Constantinople by the Byzantine emperor, Leo the Isaurian.

8. Albanian History!
Albania , Albanian Shqipnija or Shqiperia, officially Republic of Albania, republic (1995 est. pop. 3,414,000), 11,101 sq mi (28,752 sq km), SE Europe. Albania is on the
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  • Hyrja Histori ... Albanian Forums Albanian History! Faqe: [ Shko poshtë Përgjigju Keshilloje Printoje Autori Temë: Albanian History! (E lexuar 3646 herë) anëtarë dhe 1 Vizitor po shikojnë këtë temë. M A X Gjinia:
    Albanian History!
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    Albania , Albanian Shqipnija or Shqiperia, officially Republic of Albania, republic (1995 est. pop. 3,414,000), 11,101 sq mi (28,752 sq km), SE Europe. Albania is on the Adriatic Sea coast of the Balkan Peninsula, between Serbia and Montenegro on the north, Macedonia on the east, and Greece on the south. Tiranë is the capital and largest city.
    (4000 B.C.-1000 A.D.)
    Relive the astonishing achievements of the ancient Dorians, Illyrians, Roman and Byzantine Empires. See the great impact Albanians have had on these important empires and people.
    (1500 A.D.- 1912)
    The Ottoman Empire created a vast variation in Albanian culture and the adaptation to Ottoman life had important consequences in Albanian history. This was a time when Albanians thrived and continued to spread their power around the world.
    In the creation of the modern independent Albanian state proved to be a real challenge for the Albanian people. Yet through the strong leadership of King Zog I, the Albanian People persevered

9. History Of Albania - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Timeline of Albanian history to 1993; Timeline of Albanian history from 1994; International rankings of Albania; Historiography and nationalism; History of the Balkans
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History of Albania
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search History of Albania
This article is part of a series Origins Illyricum (Roman province) Albania in the Middle Ages ... Communist Albania Modern Post-Communist Albania Albania Art Constitution ... e The History of Albania emerges from the prehistoric stage from the 4th century BC, with early records of Illyria in Greco-Roman historiography . The modern territory of Albania has no counterpart in antiquity, comprising parts of the Roman provinces of Dalmatia (southern Illyricum Macedonia (particularly Epirus Nova ), and Moesia Superior . The territory remained under Roman ( Byzantine ) control until the Slavic migrations of the 7th century, and was integrated into the Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century. The territorial nucleus of the Albanian state forms in the Middle Ages, as the Principality of Arbër and the Kingdom of Albania . The first records of the Albanian people as a distinct ethnicity also date to this period. The area was conquered in the 15th century by the Ottoman Empire and remained under Ottoman control as part of the Rumelia province until 1912, when the first independent Albanian state was

10. Albanian Information - Albanian.com
From the earliest settlers to the collapse of communism. Includes chronology and historical figures.
http://www.albanian.com/main/history/index.html
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11. Robert Elsie: Texts And Documents Of Albanian History
Documents to 15th century. Documents 16th to 18th centuries. Documents 19th century. Documents 20th century 1900 1944. Documents 20th century 1945 - 1999
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As a geographical and cultural entity, and as a nation, Albania has often been enigmatic and somewhat misunderstood. In the eighteenth century, English historian Edward Gibbon (1737-1794) described it as "a land within sight of Italy and less known than the interior of America." The present collection of texts endeavours to throw light on this corner of Europe, which is often ignored by historians and scholars. This website is not designed as a history of Albania or of the Albanians, but is simply a compilation of historical texts - some important and some less important - from the eleventh to the twenty-first centuries, which will add to an understanding of the history and development of Albania and its people. Many of these works have never appeared before in translation. The Albanian people were originally a small herding community in the mountainous terrain of the southwestern Balkans. They were nomadic tribes in the interior of the country who seem only rarely to have ventured down onto the marshy and mosquito-infected coastline of the Adriatic. As such, they long went unnoticed, and their early history is thus shrouded in mist. Much has been written and speculated about their origins, in particular by the Albanians themselves who are passionately interested in tracing their roots and in establishing their autochthony in the Balkans. Unfortunately, we possess no substantial documents from the first millennium AD which could help us trace the Albanians further back into history. Although the situation improves dramatically in the course of the second millennium, one might nonetheless assert that there is a dearth of information on the Albanians which lasts all the way up to the late nineteenth century.

12. 1997, A Dark Year In The Albanian History
1997, a dark year in the Albanian history. The year 1997 is with no doubt the darkest year in the whole Albanian history. The brake open of the warehouses, anarchy, murders for
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nn. 43 / 29 prill 2003 numrat 1997, a dark year in the Albanian history The year 1997 is with no doubt the darkest year in the whole Albanian history. The brake open of the warehouses, anarchy, murders for political revenge, make the substance still reflected as a consequence of the powerlessness of the state to establish the authority of the law. Over 5000 Albanians have been murdered Zog Hysenaj Albanians hopelessness The most recent murders of the two important Albanian businessmen, Miri i Xhikes and Flovian Vila, have been justly reported, by the Albanian opinion as well as the international press, as the slaughter of business. The murders, rapes, robbery, daily wounding, are hopelessness long before reported as such. The anarchy Sokol Pepushaj Albanian youth threatened Ardit Islam Peraj is seriously in danger. He is one of numerous young people targeted by the anarchist state, to be eliminated. This young boy of clear aspirations for his life is a member of the Democratic Party since August 20, 2002, as well as an activist of the Youth Forum of this party since May 15, 2000. During the hot campaign for local elections of October 1 st 2000, Ardit Peraj was distinguished as a member of the electoral staff of the Youth Forum of DP, supporting Ormir Rusi as a candidate for Mayor of Shkodra. Ardit suffered physical violence as he had to face the attempts of the anarchist state to manipulate the votes. This young boy was also part of the electoral staff of the democrat deputy Astrit Bushati, in the voting center No. 5, during the elections of June 24, 2001. He was an overseer for this deputy in that voting center, and even there he suffered physical and psychological pressure, as well as physical violence. During the year 2001, Ardit was elected chairman of the Youth Forum of DP for the district Naim Gjylbegu. Pressure raised against him as his family too had been giving a great contribution for democracy since the beginning of the democratic processes. This went on until the day he was forced to choose, as the only way of salvation, to leave Albania.

13. WHKMLA : History Of Albania
Chapters on several periods of Albanian history and resources.
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History by Country A B C D ... WXYZ
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Albania since 1989

Albania 1968-1989

Albania 1949-1968

Albania 1944-1949
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Albania 1913-1918

Albania was created as a state by the intervening powers in 1913. For the history prior to 1913, accounts either follow (a) the history of administrative/political entities of that time, or (b) that of the history of the territory which in 1913 would become Albania, or (c) the history of the Albanian ethnicity.
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Larger Entities Rumelia Ottoman Empire (b) Albania 1878-1912 Albania 1831-1878 (c) Albanians until 1912 General Files on the History of Albania, organized by topic instead of by period Historical Encyclopedias : Albania 1809-1904 Timeline : Albania since 1204 Historical Atlas, Albania Rumelia Ottoman Empire Pages List of Wars : Albania Rumelia WEB-BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . EXTERNAL FILES Country Profiles from CIA World Factbook BBC Country Profiles World Desk Reference Country Studies from Library of Congress ; from Nations Encyclopedia Links, General

14. Albanian Information - Albanian.com
Albanian History. Origins The Illyrians The Roman Empire The Byzantine Empire The Ottoman Empire The Rise of Nationalism Independent Albania
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15. Guest Speaker Stresses Importance Of Greek, Albanian History
Addressing international issues pertaining to the effects of colonization in the 20th Century, a professor from Greece gave a vivid picture of the events leading up to the
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16. Albania: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Albania — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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17. The Albanian History
Scanderbeg Barletius Holberg Bjarnason A symposium at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen Arranged by the Embassy of Albania in Denmark
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Scanderbeg - a renaissance prince
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The territory of Albania has been inhabited since Antiquity. Traces of life from the period of middle and late Paleolithic (100 000 - 10 000 years ago) are found in Xare, as well as in the Cave of Saint Marina in Saranda.
Albanians are the direct successors of the Illyrians. The Illyrian tribes stretched along the Western part of the Balkans, and they reached the rivers Sava and Danube in the North, the rivers Morava and Vardar on the East (the border line with Thrake), and the mountain-chain of Pindi in the South and South-East (the border with the Greeks and Macedonians). The very fast economic development, especially that of the metallurgy of bronze and iron (XI - V century BC) created the spiritual and material culture of common values for all the Illyrian tribes. By the end of the fifth century BC, the Illyrians entered the road of slave-ownership, and well-known cities of that time, which exist even today, like Durrahium (Durresi), Apolonia, Butroti (Butrinti), Scodra (Shkodra), Lissus (Lezha), etc, were founded mainly along the sea shore. The Roman invasion (year 168 BC) had very heavy consequences for the Illyrians, but nevertheless, they successfully faced the assimilating policy of the Romans, mainly thanks to the high standard of development and the clearly crystallized ethnic identity.

18. History
Although the exact origin of Albania is not entirely known, records exist that trace their evolution from the ancient Illyrians. The Illyrians, who are believed to have evolved
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Although the exact origin of Albania is not entirely known, records exist that trace their evolution from the ancient Illyrians. The Illyrians, who are believed to have evolved directly from the Stone Age, occupied the western area of the Balkans, from modern Slovenia to approximately half of the way through modern Greece. Shkodra, now the most important city of northern Albania, was the capital. The Illyrians were sociable and hospitable people, much like Albanians today. They were also daring fighters and known for their bravery in war. Around eight to six century B.C., the neighboring Greeks began to create a string of colonies along the Albanian borders. Closer now to the more advanced Greeks, the Illyrians were greatly influenced and began to evolve politically and economically. Unfortunately, the evolution was hampered by what would become a continuous string of foreign attacks. Seeing Albania as a valuable entrance to the Adriatic Sea, Rome attacked and defeated the Illyrians in 229 B.C. The Romans ruled for six centuries, a time in which art and culture flourished. The Illyrians, however, resisted assimilation and allowed their language and traditions to survive. Eventually, the Roman Empire did fall, dividing Albania into halves, and allowing the Byzantine Empire to assume control. Under the rule of the Byzantines, the Illyrians suffered constant devastation by raids from the Visigoths, Huns and Ostrogoths. Once again, however, the Illyrians allowed their language to survive by resisting all attempts by their attackers at assimilation.

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20. Robert Elsie: Texts And Documents Of Albanian History
1000 1018 Anonymous Fragment on the Origins of Nations. What is possibly the earliest written reference to the Albanians is that to be found in an old Bulgarian text compiled
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Albanian emblem engraved in stone, 1190.

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Fragment on the Origins of Nations
What is possibly the earliest written reference to the Albanians is that to be found in an old Bulgarian text compiled around the beginning of the eleventh century. It was discovered in a Serbian manuscript dated 1628 and was first published in 1934 by Radoslav Grujic. This fragment of a legend from the time of Tsar Samuel endeavours, in a catechismal 'question and answer' form, to explain the origins of peoples and languages. It divides the world into seventy-two languages and three religious categories: Orthodox, half-believers (i.e. non-Orthodox Christians) and non-believers. Though the Serbs go unmentioned, the Albanians, still a small conglomeration of nomadic mountain tribes at this time, find their place among the nations of half-believers. If we accept the dating of Grujic, which is based primarily upon the contents of the text as a whole, this would be the earliest written document referring to the Albanians as a people or language group. It can be seen that there are various languages on earth. Of them, there are five Orthodox languages: Bulgarian, Greek, Syrian, Iberian (Georgian) and Russian. Three of these have Orthodox alphabets: Greek, Bulgarian and Iberian. There are twelve languages of half-believers: Alamanians, Franks, Magyars (Hungarians), Indians, Jacobites, Armenians, Saxons, Lechs (Poles)

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