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DYK for Photios of Korytsa[edit]

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DYK for Poliçan, Gjirokastër[edit]

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DYK for Massacre of Phocaea[edit]

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DYK for Eritha[edit]

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DYK for Kyra Vassiliki[edit]

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DYK for Dormition of the Theotokos Church, Labovë e Kryqit[edit]

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DYK for Military of Mycenaean Greece[edit]

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DYK for Mycenaean Greece[edit]

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Your GA nomination of Northern Epirote Declaration of Independence[edit]

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DYK for Manthos Papagiannis[edit]

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Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 11:29, 9 June 2016 (UTC)

DYK for Lyngiades massacre[edit]

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Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 12:02, 10 January 2017 (UTC)

DYK for Samsun deportations[edit]

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Alex ShihTalk 12:02, 23 July 2017 (UTC)


A middle solution to the dispute[edit]

I have decided to intervene to the dispute you and Calthinus are having, by merging the two different maps and their sources into one single map. Please could you give me some time? I am working on that map right now. --SILENTRESIDENT 22:05, 29 December 2017 (UTC)

Sure. Thank you SR.Alexikoua (talk) 22:10, 29 December 2017 (UTC)
(edit conflict) The updated map of Calthinus will contain the sources from Philippe Rekacewicz and George Soteriadisthat from the other map, which are missing, to balance it per WP:NPOV. I expect you and Calthinus to stop with this fight once and for all. --SILENTRESIDENT 22:34, 29 December 2017 (UTC)
I appreciate your effort & it sounds actually interesting.Alexikoua (talk) 22:29, 29 December 2017 (UTC)
The missing sources have been restored on the new map. I shall note that the blue line is thinner in portions where there are more than two population groups inhabiting these areas at once, for obvious reasons. Please make a Cache Refresh on your web browser (the shortcut usually is SHIFT+REFRESH) to see the updates on the map. Now that all the sources are included, I expect this compromise to settle the dispute between you and Calthinus once and for all. If there is anything else I can do, please let me know. --SILENTRESIDENT 22:53, 29 December 2017 (UTC)
Also I highly recommend that the new map by Calthinus is allowed on all topic articles where due to disagreements, was removed/reverted. OK? it is a pretty good map and I can't see what other problems there may be, especially now that all the missing sources have been included. --SILENTRESIDENT 22:58, 29 December 2017 (UTC)

Review request[edit]

Hello! Would you mind reviewing my article about the Origin Hypotheses of the Albanians? It's not exactly finished yet, though your suggestions would be welcome. Aleksandër I Madh Është Shqipëtar (talk) 12:55, 31 December 2017 (UTC) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Origin_Hypotheses_of_the_Albanians


Discussion at Talk:Gjirokastër[edit]

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DYK for Candia massacre[edit]

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— Maile (talk) 00:12, 10 March 2018 (UTC)

moscopole[edit]

Hi Alexikoua, could you please provide me some sources about the spiritual centres of Aromanians. thxVerginia's star (talk) 18:45, 27 April 2018 (UTC)

Aromanians were spiritually attached to the Eastern Orthodox Church of Constantinople. The spiritual centers of the Aromanians coincide with the ones of this Church.Alexikoua (talk) 18:54, 30 April 2018 (UTC)

DYK for Evacuation of Ayvalik[edit]

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— Maile (talk) 00:26, 31 May 2018 (UTC)

Wrong userpage[edit]

Hey, didn't you notice you've been editing the wrong userpage? User:Skylax is not the same as User:Skylax30. Other than that, giving the latter person barnstars for their tedious POV-pushing shows pretty poor judgment on your part, but that's of course hardly a surprise. Fut.Perf. 15:12, 17 June 2018 (UTC)

Unfortunately I have to disagree about the POV-pushing. I believe a better example may be the Resnjari-Ktrimi case: as soon as Ktrimi calls someone a troll [[1]] then Resnjari ASAP grabs the opportunity to offers Barnstars [[2]].Alexikoua (talk) 15:26, 17 June 2018 (UTC)
(edit conflict) The first part of your message is understandable, given that the wrong user was given a barnstar by Alexikoua. The sarcasm contained in the second part is completely unwarranted. Alexikoua is a respected editor who has helped for years oppose heavy POV-pushing in Balkan articles. What makes your criticism even more callous is that his article creation history is far better than yours. Instead of wasting time on petty sarcasm directed at prolific and constructive editors such as Alexikoua, I suggest you go write a few articles. But I won't hold my breath. Dr. K. 15:38, 17 June 2018 (UTC)

May I know what exactly happened, since my username is mentioned here?--Skylax30 (talk) 20:47, 18 June 2018 (UTC)

I had the intention to post you some advice about the use of 19th century sources. My fault was that I've posted the text to the wrong userpage (to talk:Skylax instead of you). It appears that my initiative triggered controversy [[3]].Alexikoua (talk) 21:20, 18 June 2018 (UTC)

Yes, by a user/admin who specializes in articles where Albanian or Turkish views are a bit weak.--Skylax30 (talk) 13:04, 19 June 2018 (UTC)

For the record[edit]

I didn't [[4]]. And I'm pretty confused. You emailed me once and if I remember properly you just sent me a (good, thanks) source from Skendi so I'm entirely unaware why even if I forwarded a source you once sent me that would be somehow sinful. --Calthinus (talk) 22:50, 31 July 2018 (UTC)

I wonder if that's the first time Ktrimi attempts Wikipedia:OUTING, posting personal details publicly in wikipedia (in this case posting exact text "" where all 20 google hits point exactly that).Alexikoua (talk) 22:58, 31 July 2018 (UTC)
??? WP:OUTING, what? Diff please?--Calthinus (talk) 23:12, 31 July 2018 (UTC)

Candia massacre article[edit]

A couple of points;

About 370 men of the HLI were present in Candia on 6th September 1898. See L.B. Oatts, Proud heritage, the story of the Highland Light Infantry Vol. 3 Chapter 3 (Glasgow 1961) In addition there were a small number of men from other assorted arms present.

Only one Victoria Cross was awarded for activity during the massacre and that was to Surgeon William Maillard, Royal Naval Medical Service. See Londion Gazette 2 December 1898.

I'm not sure that there was a 'blanket bombardment of the city. The only warship to open fire was H.M.S. Hazard and she fired a relatively small number of shots.

There was no evidence found by the British court of Enquiry that Edhem Pasha 'was involved in the outbreak of violence'. There was plenty of suggestion that he might have known about it but there was also evidence that the British were aware of the possibility of violence on the takeover of the Dime. The details of the British enquiry are in the national Archive at Kew, London, at ADM 116/93 Vol.2 Unfortunately Pritchards account in Carey is somewhat inaccurate in a number of places; for example he states that Edhem Pasha was executed by the British when in fact he left the island several day after the massacre.

Mickmct (talk) 09:28, 13 August 2018 (UTC)

I'd realized that there was something wrong with both primary and secondary sources about the subject.Alexikoua (talk) 21:43, 14 August 2018 (UTC)

DYK for Petros Lantzas[edit]

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Cas Liber (talk · contribs) 00:02, 4 September 2018 (UTC)
What does this sentence 'say'?
As a result, the Greek confidantes of the Venetians and their agents in Corfu and the Ottoman Empire passed after Naples, then part of the Spanish Empire.
What is a 'confidantes'? Is it a land possession?
What does "passed after Naples" mean?
Looking at Ottoman–Venetian War (1570–1573)#Peace settlement and aftermath isn't helping me decode this sentence. Shenme (talk) 05:54, 4 September 2018 (UTC)

"Fire of Manisa" etc[edit]

If you check the article about Massacres during Greek War of Independence you can find the previous version before my last edit. Still the article is in need of revision as I only changed the order of the massacres - the Turkish are still exaggerated and use 50-50 space... Also, checked the Massacre of Phocaea...Beickus (talk) 23:28, 21 September 2018 (UTC)

Hello again I need your help. I tried to change the article in question and Pablomartinez reverted it on formality grounds. This is my edit:

The alleged "Fire of Manisa" by the Turkish side story is a good example of the 50-50 well known Turkish position regarding alleged massacres committed either by Armenians or Greeks to justify not only the Turkish "justified" retaliation and atrocities but also the Armenian and the Greek genocides. This is indeed a perfect example and the Genocide deniers provide it themselves. The story that follows is the Turkish position as explained already and it has not been altered. The problems of accepting this position as true are many. While on the Great Fire of Smyrna (notice the "Fire of Manisa" as opposed to the Great Fire of Smyrna) there was no safe way to ascertain casualties, and thus range from 10.000 up to 100.000, here there is an exact number provided by the Turkish side. The story has to appear as a real one by those who fabricated it. Nothing below has been altered and the conclusions may come naturally.

I put it on the top so that the Genocide deniers' allegations would follow... Something has to be done about that article, maybe it has to be deleted as you suggested... Beickus (talk) 22:44, 26 September 2018 (UTC)

In my experience as soon as I see large scale discrepancies in an article I prefer to change all problematic sections of the main text first. When the main body of the text is almost fixed then it will be possible for other editors to be convinced that it's time to change the lede in order to reflect what's really going on.Alexikoua (talk) 13:28, 27 September 2018 (UTC)

You are no doubt more experienced to suggest this and you should go for it if you believe it will work. I just thought by exposing the current article we could make a point. Pablomartinez deleted that paragraph because it didn't look constructive and neutral to him. Of course he has his reasons and I have mine. I don't believe his actions were neutral as he would like to think. I don't necessarily deny there might have been an incident of "minor scale" as Churchill pointed in the other instance but look at what we have here, thousands of deaths, this is not a mistake this is not a POV it is a policy that Genocide deniers employ. If we are to alter the article we still have to expose this policy, this is the most important thing I think. By just replacing one figure with another we miss that.Beickus (talk) 23:09, 27 September 2018 (UTC)

EOKA[edit]

Hi Alexikoua, I have just started a discussion in EOKA's Talk Page. Among other things, I am discussing Political Perception and made an indirect mention to your contribution (adding the perception of F. Castro). I feel sourcing news articles is not the way forward in History articles. It is undue. Please have a look and I 'd appreciate any feedback. Cheers Τζερόνυμο (talk) 08:02, 28 September 2018 (UTC)

Thanks for the notice. I just wonder why the entire section is based on news articles (huryiet, NYT, Chinese media etc.). Maybe this part needs to be written from scratch.Alexikoua (talk) 09:02, 28 September 2018 (UTC)

Hi! Seen your edit in eoka's article, citing this thesis, but no page was mentioned. Can you please fill it? Cheers, Τζερόνυμο (talk) 21:41, 29 September 2018 (UTC)

Ok, it 's page 56.Τζερόνυμο (talk) 21:51, 29 September 2018 (UTC)

Those citation tags are too complicated sometimes. Thanks for the notice.Alexikoua (talk) 10:49, 30 September 2018 (UTC)

Byzantine Greeks[edit]

Interesting the latest developments to this article, some users would like to change the name to Byzantines claiming that there is no connection to Greeks and placing POV tags. The same users have been reverted lately various times due to POV pushing. Thanks for your latest additions though. Othon I (talk) 18:07, 1 October 2018 (UTC)

Newsinger97[edit]

A triviality: Can you have a look at the EOKA article. You cited Newsinger97, maybe it was a spelling mistake for Newsinger95. Or did you try to cite page 97 of Newsinger's book? Thanks Cinadon36 (talk) 09:31, 16 November 2018 (UTC)

I'll re-check the pages. Thanks for the notice.Alexikoua (talk) 16:59, 16 November 2018 (UTC)
It's about the page, pages 95&97 are cited in the specific section from this work.Alexikoua (talk) 21:30, 18 November 2018 (UTC)

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EOKA[edit]

Seems there are no objections to your latest suggestion on EOKA. Would you like to insert your comment and proceed with the next phase? Cheers. Cinadon36 (talk) 15:46, 25 November 2018 (UTC)

Hi! IMO this sentence of yours "Far from moderates emerging with whom Britain could do a deal" needs revisiting. Also, please have a look at my latest proposal on the talk page. Anticipating your comments, additions, and reshaping. No rush though! Cheers. Cinadon36 (talk) 06:43, 30 November 2018 (UTC)

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ΕΟΚΑ[edit]

Hi - this is just a friendly reminder. (New proposal: === From August 1958 to the Zurich and London Agreements === )Cinadon36 (talk) 22:10, 11 March 2019 (UTC)

DYK nomination of Pavlos Kouroupis[edit]

Hello, I completed a review at Template:Did you know nominations/Pavlos Kouroupis, and noted one question. Please respond there if you're able to help. I look forward to seeing this nomination on the main page. Thanks! Flibirigit (talk) 04:44, 5 May 2019 (UTC)

Regarding the "massive" changes to Kavalliotis entry, they are not massive, just the correction of some inconstancies: 1. As the main text of the entry shows, he is not born in Kavalla but in Moschopolis; 2. At his time, ethnic identity was irrelevant, he was an Orthodox educated and acculturated in Greek/Romaios/Eastern Orthodoxy, of Albanian or Vlach, or hyphenited Albanian-Vlach origin; 3. The aim of his work at "at the Hellenization of the non-Greek-speaking Christian communities in the Balkans" is confused with the aim of a similar work, the Greek-Vlach-Albanian-Bulgarian lexicon by his own student, Daniel of Moschopolis, published in 1802; 3. According to Paschalis Kitromilides, his work is the earliest evidence for the transformations that disrupted and subverted both Ottoman rule and Orthodox unity of early modern society in the Balkans.

I believe these corrections are worth considering in the collectively contributed Wikipedia.

Best regards, Albert Doja

Regarding the "massive" changes to Kavalliotis entry[edit]

There are not massive changes, just the correction of some inconstancies: 1. As the main text of the entry shows, Kavalliotis is not born in Kavalla but in Moschopolis; 2. At his time, ethnic identity was irrelevant, he was an Orthodox educated and acculturated in Greek/Romaios/Eastern Orthodoxy, of Albanian or Vlach, or hyphenited Albanian-Vlach origin; 3. The aim of his work at "at the Hellenization of the non-Greek-speaking Christian communities in the Balkans" is confused with the aim of a similar work, the Greek-Vlach-Albanian-Bulgarian lexicon by his own student, Daniel of Moschopolis, published in 1802; 3. According to Paschalis Kitromilides, his work is the earliest evidence for the transformations that disrupted and subverted both Ottoman rule and Orthodox unity of early modern society in the Balkans.

I believe these corrections are worth considering in the collectively contributed Wikipedia.

Best regards, Albert Doja

His birthplace is indeed Moschopolis, but the person in question signed his work as Αναστάσιος Καβαλιώτης, it appears that you mistakenly deleted this. Sure, ethnicity is irrelevant but his Aromanian background is good to be part of this article.Alexikoua (talk) 20:25, 8 May 2019 (UTC)

Dear Alexikoua (though I prefer to address your real name instead of a virtual nickname),

Thank you for your reaction, including for your correcting his birthplace.

Of course, the person we are writing about signed himself as "Theodoros Anastasios Kavalliotis of Moschopolis" and it is my mistake if I have deleted any of this.

A major problem with this article still remain the confusion with another work by Daniel of Moschopolis published in 1802. This latter work was commissionned to "Hellenize non-Greek-speaking Orthodox communities in the Balkans". See Paschalis Kitromilides about that. Regarding the irrelevance of ethnicity, the problem is not with his Aromanian background, but with his Albanian or hyphenated Aromanian-Albanian background, which is also good to be part of this article. Another problem is his "Greek identity", which is certainly not an ethnic Greek identity, but a cultural Greek/Romaios/Orthodox background, which is also good to be clearly stated in this article. This will avoid the unpleasing tendency to equate everything Greek/Romaios/Orthodox with the cultures and identities of Greece.

I hope my comments will help your understanding and provide more flexibility in collectively contributing to Wikipedia. Best regards, Albert Doja

DYK for Pavlos Kouroupis[edit]

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 — Amakuru (talk) 00:02, 13 May 2019 (UTC)

Why are you blocking me from adding informations on Pileus ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by LeonDardan (talkcontribs) 13:49, 18 August 2019 (UTC)

Pileus[edit]

Why do you keep deleting the things about Pileus under Illyria page, when it is known that the Pileus was worn by the Illyrians ? — Preceding unsigned comment added by LeonDardan (talkcontribs) 09:51, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

I do not disagree with your edits, however you need to follow Wikipedia:Verifiability, which means that even if you're sure something is true, it must be verifiable before you can add it. By the way the information about Illyrians wearing a similar hat is still there.Alexikoua (talk) 15:46, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

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