[XeTeX] An (almost) complete cyrunicode.tex

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Jul 1 23:37:15 CEST 2007

Am 01.07.2007 um 21:19 schrieb Apostolos Syropoulos:

> I was under the impression that Macedonians
> were Greek people and not slavic people and of course Aristotle did
> not speak and write using Je or Kje.

I think that never was. The ancient Makedonia* is a part of Greece.  
North of this area a Slavic country existed in which 1,000 years ago  
Glagolithic and later Cyrillic script was used. It became Turkish  
(Osmanian), just as Makedonia before. After WW II Macedonia was one  
of the six (?) republics of the Yugoslavian federation. In autumn  
1991 it became a republic and a member of the UN.

I thought American TV was offering documentary and science (or only  
fiction?) channels ...

* There were many ancient voices that agreed that Makedonians never  
could be Greeks or their descendants. And Makedonians thought of  
themselves as of those on solid ground. (Which can lead to the  
question, whether on un-solid ground others, Greeks for example,  
could exist ...)



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