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The Muslims of Serbian race in Bosnia

Posted in повесница, EN, религија by Соларић on 4 марта, 2009







The Turks got up the quarrel at Belgrade in order to kill off the Christians. The Servians got it up themselves.
The Turks bombarded the town in a panic. They bombarded it because they had orders from Constantinople. They bombarded it because it’s their
nature to. The Mussulmans of Servian race in Bosnia, a million of men more or less, are the haughtiest and most fanatical of European Moslems. …


Опис Срба кроз миленијуме

Posted in повесница, EN by Соларић on 15 јануара, 2009

CCCC 09. novembar 2008.

Opis Srba kroz milenijume:

* Rig Veda – ancient religious Sanskrit text (3000-1500 b.c.)in book VIII., 32., 2.:

„2 Strong God, he slew Anarsani, Srbinda, Pipru, and the fiend, Ahisuva, and loosed the floods.” From all the European peoples the Serbs are the only race from the construction of the wording of their name, according to the Austrian sanskritologist Walter Wust who are composed in the Vedic hymns as the characteristic SRBINDA, in which almost letter to letter is identical to the modern form SRBENDA used by Balkan Serbs.

In the Vedic manuscripts, Wust interprets, SRBINDA as its own original to say patented name with a predetermined meaning. Which is in complete harmony to thinking of today’s SRBENDA expression in Serbs, because Srbenda is always the best, the most respected, most brave, the greatest for respecting tradition: in short a man who is used and shown as an example to others.

* Herodotus (11,6) (5th century BC), and Diodor from Sicily (1,30) mention the lake named Serbonis (Σερβυνιδοζ) in lower Egypt. However taking the large distances into the account it is highly unlikely that today’s Serbs have anything to do with that particular toponym.

* Strabo (63 – 19 BC): „the river Kanthos/Skamandros is called Sirbis (Sirbika) by the natives.” ( Strabonis rerum geographicarum libri septendicini, Basileza 1571 s. 763).

* Tacitus (ca. 50 AD): described the Serboi tribe near the Caucasus, close to the hinterland into the Black Sea. Many consider this theory as a very probable one taking some distant linguistic similarities with today’s Caucausus people’s such as Ingushi, Chechens etc.

* Pliny (69-75 AD): „beside the Cimerians live Meotics, Valians, Serbs (Serboi), Zingians, Psesians.” (Historia naturalis, VI, c. 7 & 19 Leipzig 1975). It coincides with the Tacitus’s view on Serbian ancient homeland among the Iranian peoples of the Caucasus.

* Ptolemy (150 AD): „between the Keraunian mountains and the river Pa, live the Orineians, Valians and Serbs.” (Geographia V, s. 9). Ptolemy also mention the city in Pannonia named Serbinum (present day GradiÅ¡ka in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina). This well known ancient scientist one more time points out to the Caucasus placing Serbs close to Black Sea riviera.

* In the third century Roman emperor Licinius referred to the Carpathians as ‘Montes Serrorum’ („Serb mountains”). This also sounds reasonable taking that South Carpathians end in Eastern Serbia, colliding with the Balkan Mountains.


Извор: SerbianCafe.com (Дискусије)

Albania, inhabited more by the Albanois, then by the Seruians (Serbs)

Posted in повесница, EN by Соларић on 24 новембра, 2008

Morlacco 21. oktobar 2008.

Lazzaro Soranzo: „L’Ottomanno … dove si dà pieno ragguaglio della potenza del presente Signor de’ Turchi Mehemeto III. de gl’interessi, ch’egli hà con diversi prencipi, di quanto machina contra il Christianesmo … con altri particolari di stato necessarii a sapersi nella presente guerra d’Ongheria”, Ferrara, 1599.

Engleski prevod iz 1603. godine, „The Ottoman of Lazaro Soranzo”.



1. „These Ducagini dwell in the mountains of Scadro…upon the borders of Albania, inhabitet more by the Albanians, then by the Servians..”


2. „…the Seruaini, being the Nation that inhabiteth in the mountaines de Albania, euen to the Danow:; among whom those are in the Dardania, and most near unto the saide Mountains, are best able to make greatest stirres. And they be the Piperi, the Cucci, the Clementi, the Bellopauligi, and Others in the Countrey of Plaua, and among them there are many Albanians that liue after the Romitsch rite.”


Evo detaljnijih i relevantnih tekstova:

„These Ducagini do dwell in the mountain Scardo, Note in marg: The Ducagini. at the confines of Preseremo, called in times past Parrecopoli, or Perenopoli which is in Dardania vpon the borders of Albania, inhabited more by the Albanois, then by the Seruians: Note in marg: Preseremo is not Iustendili. neyther is it that which is called Iustendil, as some doe think: for the one Cittie is distant from the other by the space of three dayes iourneyes, and yet they bee in one and the selfe same Prouince. Note in marg: Iustendil is not Instiniana the first.

They are are also greatlie deceyued in my iudgement, which are of opinion, that Iustendil is Iustiniana the first, and not the second, and that Preseremo or Iustendil, was the naturall Countrey of Iustinian the Emperour, and not O crida, which is in truth Iustiniana the first, and was called in the old time Lycbindo. Those that do dwell somewhat farre off out of the common highway, doe pay no tribute, because they are defended by the rough and craggie passage of their mountaine scituation. The mountaine is called Nero, Blacke, and so are many mountaines in Turkie, called likewise by the same name. Note in marg: Albania described.”


But farre aboue all others, it is most desired by the Seruiani, being a Nation that inhabiteth in the mountaines of Albania, euen to the Danow: among whom those that are in Dardania, and most neare vnto the saide Mountaines, are best able to make the greatest stirres. And they be the Piperi, the Cucci, the Clementi, the Bellopauligi, and others in the Countrey of Plaua, and among them there are many Albanians that liue after the Romish rite. And these be they, that because they haue a strong site for dwelling, and are by nature verie fierce and hardie, haue not as yet suffered themselues to bee subdued by the Turkish forces.”

The Ottoman of Lazaro Soranzo, London, 1603.

Izvor: SerbianCafe.com (дискусије)