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GIORGIO CASTRIOTA SCANDERBEG - UN MITO UN SIMBOLO (Coordinamento scientifico di PIERFRANCO BRUNI)
 
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Video realizzato da STEFANIA ROMITO (Ophelia's friends Cultural Projects) in collaborazione con CENTRO STUDI DI RICERCHE "FRANCESCO GRISI" nell'ambito del progetto Etno-linguistico del MIBACT presieduto da PIERFRANCO BRUNI (Resp. Progetto Etnie del MIBACT)
Gjergj Kastrioti-SKANDERBEG
 
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George Kastrioti Skanderbeg (Albanian: Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu; 1405 -- 17 January 1468), widely known as Skanderbeg (from Turkish: İskender Bey, meaning "Lord Alexander", or "Leader Alexander"), was a 15th-century Albanian nobleman.[D] He was appointed as the governor of the Sanjak of Dibra by the Ottomans in 1440. In 1444, he initiated and organized the League of Lezhë, which proclaimed him Chief of the League of the Albanian people, and defended the region of Albania against the Ottoman Empire for more than two decades.[1] Skanderbeg's military skills presented a major obstacle to Ottoman expansion, and he was considered by many in western Europe to be a model of Christian resistance against the Ottoman Muslims. Skanderbeg is Albania's most important national hero and a key figure of the Albanian National Awakening.
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SKANDERBEG WARRIOR KING OF ALBANIA
 
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ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIAS FOR SKANDERBEG !!!!! http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/547262/Skanderbeg http://www.statemaster.com/encyclopedia/George-Kastriota http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skanderbeg http://www.answers.com/topic/gjergj-kastrioti-skanderbeg http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0843870.html SORRY BUT THE VIDEO KEEPS MOVING FORWARD FAST.IN ORDER TO READ THE WHOLE TRUTH PAUSE THE VIDEO AND READ THE HISTORICAL FACTS. SCANDERBEG THE ALBANIAN.THE NATIONAL HERO OF ALBANIA AND ALL THE PROOF YOU NEED TO UNDERSTAND HE WAS ALBANIAN AND NOT GREEK.SCANDERBEG THE ALBANIAN,ALBANIA,SHQIPERIA,EPIRUS,CHAMERIA,TIRANA,ELVASAN,PAOK,IRAKLIS,OLYMPIAKOS,PANATHINAIKOS,AEK,SHQIPTAR Petro Pano Πετρος Πανο
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Il presidente della Repubblica d'Albania a Greci
 
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Calorosa accoglienza al Capo dello Stato da parte della piccola comunità arberesh. La visita del presidente Meta presso i vari comuni popolati dalla comunità arbereshe presenti in diverse regioni in Italia rientra nell'ambito delle celebrazioni internazionali in occasione del 550° anniversario della scomparsa di Giorgio Castriota Skanderbeg, eroe, politico e diplomatico albanese.
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Skanderbeg Museum in albania- amazing for breathtaking places in albania
 
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The Skanderbeg Museum is in Krujë, Albania. It honors George Kastrioti Skanderbeg (1405–1466), a national hero of Albania. The museum is located inside Krujë Castle and the restored bazaar. The citadel includes a restored house from the Ottoman era that is now the Ethnographic Museum. For more detail, please go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skanderbeg_Museum Skanderbeg Museum in albania amazing for breathtaking places in albania Top amazing places to travel in albania
Audio Wikipedia - Distrito de Krujë   Albania
 
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Audio Wikipedia - Distrito de Krujë Albania
Vallje e Rugoves - Sophie Castriota
 
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Vallje e Rugoves A traditional Albanian piece Sophie first played at the 100th year of Albanian Independence celebrations at Federation Square in Melbourne Australia. She also performed with Vellezerit Aliu and Loreta Kaçka - LORI. Sophie is a direct descendant 14th Generation Granddaughter of the Albanian Warrior King Gjergj Kastrioti known as Skanderbeg, Albania's National Hero. She is from the Arbereshe Castriota-Skanderbeg family.
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Skënderbeu (Скандербег) 1953 - [Russian]
 
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A 1953 Albanian-Soviet cinematographic production about the life and freedom wars of the Albanian national hero Skanderbeg (in Russian). Most important roles: Akaki Khorava (აკაკი ხორავა) - Skënderbeu Besa Imami - Donika Avdije Alibali - Mamica Semjon Sokolovski (Семен Соколовский) - Hamzai Veriko Anjaparidze - Dafina Gjeorgij Çernavolenko (Георгий Черноволенко) - Marashi Naim Frashëri - Pali
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INTERVISTE ME STERMBESEN E SKENDERBEUT SOPHIE CASTRIOTA! 03.09.2016 03
 
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INTERVISTE ME STERMBESEN E SKENDERBEUT SOPHIE CASTRIOTA! 03.09.2016 0
All'ambasciata d'Albania la storia e la cultura degli Albanesi in Italia
 
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(Agenzia Vista) - Roma, 3 Ottobre 2017 - L'ambasciatrice d'Albania, Majlinda Dodaj, lancia il convegno su patrimonio storico-culturale di Albanesi in Italia nel quale sarà presente anche il Cardinale Ravasi. Courtesy Retesole
WIKITONGUES: Stefano speaking Arbëresh
 
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Arbëresh, also known natively Arbërisht, Arbërishtja or T'arbrisht, is spoken by some 100,000 individuals, principally the Arbëreshë people of southern Italy. A member of the Albanian dialect continuum, Arbëresh is perhaps the most distinctive from Standard Albanian, containing significant influence from its neighboring Greek and Sicilian languages. It is an example of what sociolinguists call an 'ethnolect'; that is, a language variety associated with a specific cultural or ethnic group. Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/1NTSWRb. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/7MW1/
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Ora News -  Pallati i Skëndërbeut në Romë
 
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Subscribe në Ora News këtu http://bit.ly/1s5j7UT Gjergj Kastrioti është jo vetëm hero i shqiptarëve por dhe një prezencë e përditshme urbanistike e kryeqytetit italian. Duke shëtitur në rrugët e Romës mes ndërtesave antike, jo shumë larg Koloseut e qëndrës historike të qytetit, ndeshesh me monumentin "Skendërbe", pallatin "Skëndërbe", rrugica "Skëndërbe", sheshi "Skëndërbe", sheshin "Shqipëria", Monumenti "Skëndërbeu" në Romë e sheshi "Albania". Në 27 tetor të vitit 1940, Benito Musolini, në praninë e autoriteteve më të larta zyrtare të qytetit inauguroi në Romë Monumentin e Skëndërbeut. Mediat e kohës e komentojnë si një ditë vjeshte e shiu të fortë. Monumenti u vendos në atë që dikur quhej sheshi "Raudusculana", emri i një porte antike të mureve Serviane. Por në 4 korrik të 1940, për të kujtuar aneksimin e Shqipërisë nga Mbretëria italiane (më 16 prill 1939) vendosi që ky shesh të ndryshoi emër, dhe u quajt "Albania". Gjendet në zemrën e Romës antike mes lagjes San Saba e Aventinos, një nga shtatë kodrat ku sipas legjendës u themelua qyteti. Monumenti i Skndërbeut u realizua nga skulptori fiorentin Romano Romanelli. Lindur më 14 maj të vitit 1882 në Firence, ky artist, mik i poetit Gabriele D'Annunzio, rridhte nga një familje skulptorësh. Njëkohësisht ai ishte dhe një funksionar i lartë i Marinës italiane. Aftësitë e tij artistike por dhe lidhjet me shtresën e lartë të politikës italiane të asaj kohe, i ngarkuan detyrën e realizmit të monumentit të heroit Kombëtar të Shqipërisë, në kryeqytetin italian Romë, në sheshin me emrin e vendit fqinj dhe në atë moment kaq të veçantë e historik për dy vendet. Monumenti i Skëndërbeut është realizuar mbi një grup bronxi i rëndë 35 kuintalë. E paraqet heroin tonë kombëtar mbi kalin e tij të pandashëm, veshur nën armaturën e hekurt, me përkrenaren e shpatën gati për luftim. Guvernatorit të Romës (funksionari më i lartë administrativ i qytetit në epokën e fashizmit) iu kërkua që brenda pak kohe të siguronte bazamentin mbështetës të veprës së Romanellit, tashmë i përfunduar e gati për inaugurim. Brenda 26 ditësh u sigurua piedestali i gurtë, i tipit travertino që peshonte rreth 75 kuintalë. Së bashku formojnë Monumentin e Skëndërbeut në Sheshin "Albania" ku më vitin 1968 me rastin e 500 vjetorit të vdekjes së Gjergj Kastriotit Skëndërbe, Komuna e Romës vendosi pllakën përkujtimore. Për më shumë lexoni në: http://oranews.tv/article/skenderbeu-i-romes
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Georgios Kastriotis - The Greco-Serbian Hero (2)
 
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Georgios Kastriotis: http://www.scribd.com/doc/251161131/Georgios-Kastriotis-Skenderbeis I did not make this video and I do not own it. I uploaded it solely for educational purposes. The copyrights (©) belong to the producer of this video, who deserves all my gratitude. GREECE ELLAS ELLADA MACEDONIA MAKEDONIA ALEXANDER PHILIP ALEKSANDROS ALEKSANDAR ΕΛΛΑΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ ГРЦИЈА МАКЕДОНИЈА АЛЕКСАНДАР ФИЛИП HISTORY ΙΣΤΟΡΙΑ ИСТОРИЈА ANCIENT ΑΡΧΑΙΑ АНТИЧКА NAME ΟΝΟΜΑ ИМЕ REPUBLIC ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ РЕПУБЛИКА YUGOSLAV ΓΙΟΥΓΚΟΣΛΑΒ ЈУГОСЛОВЕН TRUTH ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑ ВИСТИНА FYROM F.Y.R.O.M. ΠΓΔΜ Π.Γ.Δ.Μ. БЈРМ Б.Ј.Р.М.
The helmet of Scanderbeg * IN * PE * RA * TO * RE * BT *
 
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The helmet och Scanderbeg Skanderbeg's helmet is made of white metal, adorned with a strip dressed in gold. On its top lies the head of a horned goat made of bronze, also dressed in gold. The bottom part bears a copper strip adorned with a monogram separated by rosettes * IN * PE * RA * TO * RE * BT *, which means: Jhezus Nazarenus * Principi Emathie * Regi Albaniae * Terrori Osmanorum * Regi Epirotarum * Benedictat Te (Jesus Nazarene Blesses Thee [Skanderbeg], Prince of Mat, King of Albania, Terror of the Ottomans, King of Epirus). Thus the inscriptions on the helmet may refer to the unsettled name by which Albania was known at the time, as a means to identify Skanderbeg's leadership over all Albanians across regional denominative identifications. Turkish: Arnaut, Greek: Arbanas, Arbanensis, Italian: Albanian, Epirotarum, Albanensis, Albanian: Arber, Arberesh, Epirotas.[1]) The first element which commands attention is the meaning and symbolism of the horned goat on the helmet. It is difficult to assess with certainty what the horned goat might signify. It might be explained by the cult of the wild goat, the symbol of the "zana" or goddess "Diana".Note: Dhi-ana; Lady of the Goats in Albanian. The 'Z', 'D', 'Th' shift is vey common like Zeus, Deus, Theos. There are signs indicating that the cult of the wild goat is very ancient. The Roman writer and historian of the I-II century A.D., S. Suetom Tanquilli (De Vita Caesarum, L.II, 12, 94.) writes that the Roman Emperor Augustus, after putting down the Illyrian revolt of Bato, cut a coin bearing the head of a horned goat to celebrate the victory There is another possible explanation with serious historical ramifications. According to a report by historians Kamus-al-Alam maintains that the wording "Dhu lKarnejn" (owner of the two horns) was an appellative attributed to Alexander the Great of Macedon, the very name which Skanderbeg bore This second explanation may be the truer, since the theory of the Macedonian-Albanian and Epirot-Albanian continuance is strong Marin Barleti who writes: "When the people saw all those young and brave men around Skanderbeg, then it was not hard to believe that the armies of [Sultan] Murat were so defeated by the Albanians. Indeed, the times when the star of Macedon shone brilliantly had returned, just as they seemed in those long forgotten times of Pyrrhus and Alexander."
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Pope Clement XI (THE 4th ALBANIAN POPE).
 
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Clement XI (23 July 1649 -- 19 March 1721), born Giovanni Francesco Albani, was Pope from 1700 until his death in 1721. Early life: Albani was born in Urbino, into a noble family that had established itself there from northern Albania in the 15th century[1] and were originally soldiers of Scanderbeg against the Ottoman Empire. During his reign as a Pope the famous Illyricum Sacrum was commissioned, and today it is one of the main sources of the field of Albanology, with over 5,000 pages divided in several volumes written by Daniele Farlati and Dom. Coletti. He was governor of Rieti and Urbino, and was created Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Aquiro by Pope Alexander VIII. He succeeded as Pope on 23 November 1700. Medal depicting Clement XI. Pontificate Papal styles of Pope Clement XI Reference style His Holiness Spoken style Your Holiness Religious style Holy Father Posthumous style None Soon after his accession, the War of Spanish Succession broke out. Pope Clement XI with Papal Tiara Despite initially holding an ambiguous neutrality, Clement was later forced to name Charles, Archduke of Austria, as King of Spain, since the imperial army had conquered much of northern Italy and was threatening Rome itself (January 1709). By the Treaty of Utrecht that concluded the War, the Papal States lost their suzerainty over the Farnese Duchy of Parma and Piacenza in favour of Austria, and lost Comacchio as well. It was a blow from which the declining prestige of the Papal States would never recover. In 1713 the bull Unigenitus was published greatly disturbing the peace of the Gallican (French) church. The bull, which was produced with the contribution of Gregorio Selleri, a lector at the College of Saint Thomas, the future Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum, fostered the condemnation of Jansenism by condemning 101 propositions from the works of Quesnel as heretical and as identical with propositions already condemned in the writings of Jansen. The resistance of many French ecclesiastics and the refusal of the French parlements to register the bull led to controversies extending through the greater part of the 18th century. Because the local governments did not officially receive the bull, it was not, technically, in force in those areas -- an example of the interference of states in religious affairs common before the 20th century. During his time as pope, Clement XI made a concerted effort to acquire Christian manuscripts in Syriac from Egypt and other places in the Middle East, greatly expanding the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana's collection of Syriac works. Clement XI also was key in the decision to allow cats back into Christian homes after they were seen as overtly Pagan symbols. Chinese Rites controversies Another important decision of Clement XI was in regard to the Chinese Rites controversy: the Jesuit missionaries were forbidden to take part in honors paid to Confucius or the ancestors of the Emperors of China, which Clement XI identified as "idolatrous and barbaric", and to accommodate Christian language to pagan ideas under plea of conciliating the heathen. Clement XI died at Rome in 1721 and was buried in the pavement of St. Peter's Basilica. Construction activity and patronage Pope Clement shunned nepotism. His nephew Annibale was appointed a cardinal, but only through personal merit citation needed. As a builder, Clement had a famous sundial added in the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri and had an obelisk erected in the Piazza del Pantheon and a river port built on the Tiber River. He established a committee, overseen by his favourite artists, Carlo Maratta and Carlo Fontana, to commission statuary of the apostles to complete the decoration of San Giovanni in Laterano. He also founded a painting and sculpting academy in the Campidoglio. He also enriched the Vatican library with numerous Oriental codices and patronaged the first archaeological excavations in the Roman catacombs. In his native Urbino he restored numerous edifices and founded a public library http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Clement_XI
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Teuta reina y pirata contra Roma
 
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Teuta fue una reina de Iliria en el siglo 3 AC. Fue lá Primera reina pirata contra las embarcaciones romanas. No se olviden de dar like y suscribirse. Gracias
Ep 12: Sorry Skanderbeg - EU4 Let's Play as Byzantium
 
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Hello and welcome to my newest let's play series, Baslieus, where we will be playing Europa Universalis IV. We will be playing as the ancient Byzantine Empire, remnants of what was once Rome! The goal will be to rebuild the eastern part of Rome, thus obtaining the Basileus achievement and if possible rebuild all of Rome, earning the Mare Nostrum achievement. First we need to survive the onslaught if the Turks though! This series is best viewed from the playlist: https://goo.gl/c2UNhR If you like what you see please like the video. This will help me out a lot with the channel. If you would like to see more strategy game videos subscribe to my channel. Also please feel free to comment, i will try to answer the comments asap! ------------------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ahura_86 Facebook: https://goo.gl/61mrtK Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ahura86 ------------------------------------------------- Copyright © 2013 Paradox Interactive AB. www.paradoxplaza.com Thumbnail art by Tara Copplestone: https://twitter.com/gamingarchaeo
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Italo-Albanian Catholic Church | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Italo-Albanian Catholic Church Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= The Italo-Albanian Catholic Church (Italian: Chiesa cattolica Italo-Albanese; Albanian: Kisha Bizantine Arbëreshe), Italo-Albanian Byzantine Catholic Church or Italo-Albanian Church, is one of the 23 Eastern Catholic Churches which, together with the Latin Church, compose the Catholic Church. It is a particular church that is autonomous (sui juris), using the Byzantine Rite and the ancient Greek language (the language that was the principal of all peoples in the tradition of the Eastern Churches) or the Albanian language (the mother language of the community) for the liturgy, whose Italo-Albanian (Arbëreshë) members are concentrated in Southern Italy (Abruzzo, Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria), and Sicily. The Italo-Albanian Church is in full communion with the Pope of Rome, directly subject to the Roman Congregation for the Oriental Churches, but follows the ritual and spiritual traditions that are common in most of the Eastern Orthodox Church. Church members are the descendants of the exiled Albanians who fled to Italy in the 15th century under the pressure of the Turkish persecutions in Albania and the territories inhabited by Albanians in the Balkans and the Peloponnese. The Albanian population in Italy has maintained until today the language, customs and religious rites of their origin. This Church maintains their heritage, the ethnic, cultural and religious tradition of the Albanians fathers, keeping alive the spiritual and liturgical tradition of the Eastern Church from the time of Justinian (6th century). The Church is the only remaining Byzantine-rite community in Italy, unique in the Latin rite-majority Western Europe. It is securely inclined to ecumenism between the Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
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