Macedonia was Slavic speaking in the 8th-10th century!

Macedonia was Slavic speaking in the 8th-10th century.

Macedonia was Slavic speaking in the 8th-10th century.

Taken from the book “The Indo-European Languages” edited by Anna Giacalone Ramat and Paul Ramat, 1998, page 419.

All of the Southern Balkans were Slavic speaking areas in the 8th to the 10th century AD, Macedonia and Thessaly was completely Slavic speaking as was Epirus.

One Response to “Macedonia was Slavic speaking in the 8th-10th century!”

  1. Boss Says:

    Macedonian is the proto slavic language.


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