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Kosmas Aitolos

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Missionary

Greek


Missionary

Greece


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Greek schools

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www.maknews.com

The pressure on Aromanians to assimilate can be traced back to the 18th century, when assimilation efforts were encouraged by the Greek missionary Kosmas Aitolos (1714-1779) who taught the Aromanians to speak Greek because as he said "it's the language of our Church" and established over 100 Greek schools in northern and western Greece.


nationalist.revolutionary.movement.en.wikimiki.org

The pressure on Aromanians to assimilate can be traced back to the 18th century, when assimilation efforts were encouraged by the Greek missionary Kosmas Aitolos (1714-1779) who taught that Aromanians should speak Greek because as he said it's the language of our Church and established over 100 Greek schools in northern and western Greece.


dreamweaver.zh.wikimiki.org

The pressure on Aromanians to assimilate can be traced back to the 18th century, when assimilation efforts were encouraged by the Greek missionary Kosmas Aitolos (1714-1779) who taught that Aromanians should speak Greek because as he said it's the language of our Church and established over 100 Greek schools in northern and western Greece.


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