Re: Loans, Slavs, Church (it was : Walachians are placed far North the Danube in Nestor)
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, george knysh <gknysh@y...> wrote:
>This is the first time I hear about that source. Is it taken
> about the "Cronica di Ragusa",
seriously by historians? Is it perhaps from Farlati? If so, has it
been demonstrated to be credible in some way?
- --- In email@example.com, "Abdullah Konushevci"
>Nothing. George just confounded Tosk with Geg, North with South. He
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tolgs001" <st-george@g...> wrote:
> > If the n-rhotacism were to play such a big role in making
> > speculations re. migrations, then the conclusion would be that
> > Transylvanians and Banat people were once next-door neighbors
> > of Northern Albanians, and the rest of the Romanians weren't.
> > George
> I lost my temper, so I like to ask: What on the earth has to do n-
> rhotacism with Northern Albanians?
said previously he has no much idea about Rom-Alb phonetical
corespondances and almost no idea about differences between Albanian
dialects, so one does not need to wonder about him confounding North