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Arxileas
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Re: Vasos Mavrovouniotis. Serb who played important role in Greek resistance against Turks

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March 5 2007, 2:51 PM 

Learned from you KOMI but I do it right and very unbiased Maybe you can learn from us Greek Mods now.

 
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Niklianos
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Re: Vasos Mavrovouniotis. Serb who played important role in Greek resistance against Turks

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March 6 2007, 1:55 AM 

Komi, why don't you show us the same respect here as you show us in the MACONTHEWEB forum?? We are all in both forums!

 
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Pavle
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Re: Vasos Mavrovouniotis. Serb who played important role in Greek resistance against Turks

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March 8 2007, 3:18 PM 

Komitadji,

STA BRE SERES OVDE????!!!!!

get a life!

 
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Arvaniti
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Vaso Mavro(crni)vouni(gora)itis

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January 28 2009, 6:53 AM 

Vaso's real last name was not Mavrovouniotis. This name was created as part of the so called the history of "greek revolution", which in reality is the history of "arvaniti revolution". Greeks use name Arvanitis for Albanian, a related word from Arberesh (greek spelling of letter V instead of letter B).
It is hard to say that Vaso was a Montenegrin (and not a Serb) or Albanian Malsuer, but we know for sure that his wife Helena Pangalou was an Albanian from the wellknow arvaniti family of general Pangalos. Also his best friends in Atika (a region in Greece c/w 100% of arvanitis villages) were Anton Krieziu(Black-head in Albanian) and Gjon(Yannis after the greek historian) Goura(which mean stone in Albanian) were Arvanites from Atika and none of them speak greek. There is only one question to ask. What language Vaso spoke to his friends and to his wife. They all were albanian and speak no other language than Albanian.

 
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