- A little googling and I m convinced! Sarajevo! ...now, doesn t that just fit... all the stuff from their war... (there I was trying for Russian/Slav. UsingMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 24, 2008View SourceA little googling and I'm convinced! Sarajevo! ...now, doesn't that just
fit... all the stuff from their war... (there I was trying for Russian/Slav.
Using Serb or Kosovo turned up lots of confirmation that it's still in the
(any takers on three rivers being *orphans*??)
On 24 Jul 2008 08:27:57 -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
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> 1a. Re: Was asked questions I can't seem to find answers for...
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> by: "drobnock2" drobnock@...
> drobnock2 <http://profiles.yahoo.com/drobnock2> Wed Jul 23, 2008 5:07 am
> (PDT) The city of lost souls may be Kosovo. The myth/tale being referenced
> is to the battle of Kosovo fought on Saint Vitus' Day 15 June (now
> celebrated on 28) 1389 between Medieval Serbia and the Ottoman
> There is an epic poem entitled The Battle of Kosova -- the following
> passage may be part of the myth story of the 'city of lost souls' --
> " Musich Stefan fought and killed three pashas,
> But when he met the fourth that warrior smote him-
> And there he died beside his Servant Vaistina
> And with his army of twelve thousand souls.
> Great Tsar Lazar also perished on that day
> And with him died a good and ancient Empire-
> With him died the Kingdom of this Earth.
> Hope this helps.
> George John Drobnock
> > 2: What was the name of the 'City of Lost Souls'?
> > Asker is really convinced these are both in Slavic myths, and I'll
> > here and now that my books are still in boxes - I'm mid-move.
> > neither of these ring a bell with me.
> > Ideas? Anyone?
> > Thanks!
> > isttd,
> > Mir