Friday, 3 May 2019

in 1590 Abraham Ortelius from Antwerpen made a map of Illyria and Pannonia based on books available in his time of ancient tribes and countries around 100 BC to 50 BC.
On this map just around the title in upper right corner is situated BOI tribe which is important in attempt to reconstruct modern etymology of battle, heraldry, military leaders, titles, banners and anything else in this sense.

section with position of BOI tribe

at the same time I noticed Teutoburg, while irrelevant for our subject I thought it's position is interesting, namely today this town is called ERDUT and situated in Bačka, Croatia, next to BANAT and bellow Srem. It is BANat we want in this case.

But tribe BOI down in 100 BC was situated in what is today Hungary, between lake Balaton basin and Danube.

on many historic ocurances of Boii it is said that

They lived in unwalled villages, without any superfluous furniture; for as they slept on beds of leaves and fed on meat and were exclusively occupied with war and agriculture, their lives were very simple, and they had no knowledge whatever of any art or science. Their possessions consisted of cattle and gold, because these were the only things they could carry about with them everywhere according to circumstances and shift where they chose. They treated comradeship as of the greatest importance, those among them being the most feared and most powerful who were thought to have the largest number of attendants and associates.

In short these folk was always ready for the move, to attack or defend, extremely fisty and holds a whole range of ancient military merit because it was a lot writen about them. This map shows some of the encounters with them.

Their accounts show such significant dispersion that one may suspect if it was name of a tribe in sense of blood or family relation (cause tribe is basic unit for everything else that led to modern society we know today) or was it something else behind name Boii?
First tribe had mother as central character because of obvious relation of children to mother and birth kin and also cause men lived apart from women and children, they lived for hunt and some times pillage or herding and marriage as we know it today was invented later and in begin it was a royal thing used as bonding medium, while relations, love and familiar ties always existed. Lifestyle was more loose back in prehistory and ancient times before arrival of Christianity.

Platulus said about captivated Boi;
He is no more Sicilian, he is Boi ,he is with Boi woman. (At nunc Siculus non est, Boius est, Boiam terit)
If this was literal translation it would mean that anyone married into Boi family, even a man from another tribe would became Boi, instead of taking women into his tribe.

But there meaning of "woman of the Boii" is a mockery which actualy is "convicted criminal's restraint collar".... This will say that Boii were also outsiders of legal system where they would intrude or fight.

In this case BOI meant BOJ or VOJ in Slavic tongue which means Battle which Boii have been trough and trough.

Wednesday, 11 July 2018


More than one hundred years ago, an inhabitant of Sinj embedded a stela found in Gardun on the façade of the house he was building located in the present Vrlicka Street. 
The headstone shows a young boy Gaj Laberian holding a ball in his hand. It was later proved and published in the official paper of UEFA that the boy was holding a football in his hand which also reveals that the Cetina region is the ancient homeland of football.

Did football originate in England or in Dalmatia?
Or perhaps even by Thracians who were Illyrian kin folk?

This silver-gilt bowl from Zareva mogila-tumulus near Shipka, Kazanluk region, 3rd c. BC. is clearly showing football design that is kept to this day.

Photo: FIFA

July 1973: The game of football started in Dalmatia and not in England?
The Illyrians Dalmati have been kicking the leather ball even before our era!

Thanks to the persistent research by the archaeologist Josip Britvić, the Dalmatian Zagora has been given a new, unique and for the whole world a somewhat strange attraction. According to what Britvic found, and later confirmed by special envoys of the International Football Federation, football was not born in England - but in the valley of Cetina, near Sinj!

This is evidenced by two thousand years old stone relief. He shows a young man and a football ball, and is housed in a family home. In fact, there is something above the entrance to the sewing machine shop, just across the main city square.

How did a monument with a young man's figure and a soccer ball come to this building in Sinj?

Following the explanations provided by the loving Sini Archeologist Britvić, the monument was excavated in the village of Gardun near Trilja in the middle of last century.

A little later, the first owner of the present home sent him to Sinj and installed it in his apartment building, hoping that his home would be different from the others in the then small place.

How the rules of football played in Cetina Valley were not known to anyone. However, it is certain that all the features of the monument have begun to nurture Iliri Dalmati. They were perhaps the most important of all Illyrian warriors.

It is known that for over 200 years they have been defending successfully before the Roman Empire, not allowing them to plunder them as other tribes and peoples along the Mediterranean coast. And they were not only brilliant warriors, but also, in their spare time, they skillfully bred cattle and dealt with the farm. Especially from their hands were the processing of metal and stone. This is evidenced by the many monuments that left them behind. With all of its activities, much needed to maintain the type, Iliri Dalmati were happy to have fun, and a special leather ball that was frappantly to the today's popular "bubamara"!

They played some kind of football. He was so popular and he conquered the viewers that the members of the Roman legions immediately accepted it once they had succeeded in conquering and subjugating brave warriors from the present Dalmatian Zagora.

It happened in the great war from the sixth to the ninth year before the new era. In it, the brave warriors finally laid down their weapons. In general romance and they accepted all the habits of the lives of many conquerors who also did not dare to accept the habits of the natives. Of course, the ones they liked. So playing with a leather ball got new enthusiasts. Soon it spread to all the Roman legions. It became the most popular party of the lowest representatives of the Roman army, and was nurtured by its commanders.

Like all his peers and a seventeen-year-old son of a Commander of the Centurion, he liked the game with a leather ball. Every day he practiced with friends. So, when he died a bit later in one of the then frequent battles, his father raised his monument, wanted to mark his son's love for a game accepted by the abject tribes.

Thus, on the tombstone, the so-called stela, is depicted by a young man in the sporting equipment of that time - with leather straps. With his right hand he holds a soccer ball consisting of a series of hexagons, which leads to the belief that it is not a ball or some other rounded sports device, but the right ball of ball to play the first football in the world!

Written by: Vinko Bezić (A-Š, 1973)

Friday, 17 November 2017

Etymology of the word SLAVS

Slaveni means Glorious in Slavic.
Slovo is letter.
Skla-Veni is combination of two different groupations Scoloti and Veneti. Scoloti are eastern Scythians or R1a haplogroups and Veneti are of I2 haplogroup or ancestral European male.

Insulting and probably demeaning intentions stood after naming a originaly þeow or þræl as slave so that it sounds like Slavs.

Slave, "to enslave," from slave (n.). The meaning "work like a slave" is first recorded 1719.
Later on Grose's dictionary (1785) has under Negroe "A black-a-moor; figuratively used for a slave," without regard to race.

More common Old English words for slave were þeow (related to þeowian "to serve") and þræl (see thrall).

In late 13c., "person who is the chattel or property of another," from Old French esclave (13c.), from Medieval Latin Sclavus "slave" (source also of Italian schiavo, French esclave, Spanish esclavo), originally "Slav" (see Slav); so used in this secondary sense because of the many Slavs sold into slavery by conquering peoples.

Sclaveni exist much longer, first left is Sklavinia.

Facsimile: Das Evangeliar Ottos III. : Clm 4453 der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München, ed. Florentine Mütherich and Karl Dachs (Munich: Prestell, 2001)

Saturday, 5 August 2017


From a human perspective, perhaps most noteworthy about the Slana Voda burial (as is the case with the mass graves at Mahrevići and Vir) is the fact that the bodies are of male and female ‘warriors’, i.e. of both men and women, arranged together with their weapons.

 The positioning of the bodies, burial ritual, and accompanying archaeological material at Slana Voda indicate that this a war burial carried out at the middle of the 2nd c. BC (Zotović op. cit.), which coincides chronologically with the first historical accounts of conflict between the Roman Empire and the Illyrian tribes (see ‘Scordisci Wars’ article).

The Mass Grave from Slana Voda

“To robbery, slaughter, plunder, they give the lying name of Empire; they make a solitude and call it peace”.
Chieftain Calgacus

In the year 1971 an extraordinary archaeological discovery was made at the locality of Slana Voda (Salty Water), near the village of Krajčinovići, in southwestern Serbia. A mass burial containing 25 partially burnt skeletons was found, along with a wealth of archaeological material, including pottery, bronze dishes, jewelry, 60 iron swords, and other weaponry (Zotović R. Social and Cultural Aspects of the Burial Krajčinovići –Slana Voda (South-West of Serbia, Middle of II c. BC. In: Acta Terrae Septemcastrensis, VI, 1, 2007. Pp. 199-205).

 The site is remarkable for a number of reasons, foremost among them the fact that it had previously been thought that his part of western Serbia was uninhabited in the late Iron Age, i.e. this was the first archaeological material to be found in the area dating between the 5th c. BC and the Roman period (loc cit.). Therefore, the site provided the first confirmation that western Serbia was indeed inhabited in the pre-Roman period.

  1. the archaeological material from the necropolis from Komini near Pljevlja shows, althought from the early time of Roman conquest, autochtonic elements and the similar archaeological material and in some cases the way of burial with the far away territory of the middle part of roman province of Dalmatia, the territory of Japodi and later on Dalmati,
2. the all archaeological material including also the epigraphic from the period from I-IV c. on the territory of the western Serbia and north of Montenegro shows very long stays of tradition of older iron age (for example jewlery, pottery, clouths), and 3. the epigaphic material shows, especially from the surounding of Pljevlja and Prijepolje, appearence and existing of celtic names. So, on the two necropolis around Pljevlja, socalled necropolis Komini I and II, archaeological material shows that the pottery from the period of I c. AD have the shapes which point on the older tradition of halshtat and latene period (Cermanović- Kuzmanović 1980, 231, 228-229). Also, on this territory there are appereance of the scythian pottery, as well as the possible symbiosis of scythian and ilirian cultural elements on the roman grave monuments, if we speak about the style on the relief presentation on it (Зотовић 1995, 83-88).

Epigraphic material from this territory, which we can marked as a part of the eastern part of the roman province of Dalmatia, shows also the analogy with the epigraphic material from the middle Dalmatian coast, and with them made the group which Katičić named as the unique group of the south-east name's territory (Katičić 1962;1963). The appereance of the grave monuments in the shape of cube with the pyramide, which is characteristic only for the eastern part of the province of Dalmatia (to which also belongs with the similar cultural and ethnic characteristics the territory of the eastern part of nowdays Bosnia and Hercegowina), belongs also to the inheritance of the older mediteranian type of cipus which get another morphological picture in the time of the roman rule (Zotović 1995, 30-39; 199).

Illyrian sica amongst weapons,
Scythian style jewelry
while Snake shaped earrings might be Illyrian considering their cosmology .

The material from the burials is also particularly noteworthy, consisting of mostly Scythian material (with older Illyrian influences to be observed in some of the pottery), and imported Hellenistic pottery and jewelry, which illustrates trade contacts between the Scythian  population in this area and the Hellenistic world. Two further burials across the border in modern Bosnia Herzegovina were excavated in the 20th c. at Mahrevići by Čajniče (Truhelka,  Ć. 1909. Gromila latenske dobe u Mahrevićima kod  Čajniča,  Glasnik Zemaljskog muzeja u Sarajevu XXI, p. 425-442) and Vir by Posušje (Marić, Z. 1962. Vir kod Posušja, Glasnik Zemaljskog muzeja u Sarajevu N.S. XVII, p. 63-72). At both of these sites the burial rituals (positioning of the bodies etc.) and archaeological material uncovered were similar to the Slana Voda burial.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017



Skanderbeg is today Albanian national hero,not because he is realy Albanian-Shqipetarian but because our "historians" know so much about him so they let him to Albanians.Lets see crucial evidences of Scanderbeg 100% Slavic and Serbian nationality,based on documents and facts.
Many thanks to Ivan Nusic that helped collecting most of the documents.


Skanderbeg didnt know Albanian language because it didnt exist in that times.There is not one Skanderbegs letter on Albanian language.From his letters can be concluded that he know only Slavic and Latin language.Lets see some of his letters addressed to Dubrovnik on Slavic language and Cyrilic script from book
"Monumenta serbica spectantia historiam Serbiae, Bosnae, Ragusii",author Franz Miklosich,year 1858,link

First letter -

Second letter - 

Third letter -

We see from letters that he name himself as "Georgius" on Latin and "Гјорги"-"Gjorgi" on Slavic.Surname Castriot is not Greek but Latin.Castrum means "Castle" in Latin,and suffix "Ot" is typical for Macedonia,so surname can be translated as "Keeper of castles".Skanderbegs name is Slavic,surname Latin with Slavic-Macedonian elements

His father was Ivan, Slavic name, and he didnt know Albanian language what we can see in his letters addressed to Dubrovnik.Book "Законски споменици српских држава средњега века",Tome 5,page 793,author Stojan Novaković,publisher Serbian royal academy,year 1912
Letter is written on Slavic language and Cyrilic script - 

Skanderbegs great grandfather was Serb Branilo from Montenegro,he served to Tsar Dushan and he made him ruler of city Janina in Epir. Later he is expelled from there by Toma Preljubovic and he escaped in Albania.Book "Allgemeine Encyclopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste, in alphabetischer Folge von genannten Schriftstellern",year 1868,page 122,proves Serbian nationality of Branilo -

"Der Serbe Branilo".

His mother was Vojislava from Polog,Macedonia,she is daughter of Serbian nobleman,probably one of Brankovic royal family.In historical records she is named as "Tribalda" what can be translated as "Tribalka","Triballian".Triballians is second medieval name for Serbs.Venetian historian Marinus Barletius in his biography of Skanderbeg wrote that her father was "Triballian prince" - "pater nobilissimus Triballorum princeps".Karl Hopf in his book "Chroniques Greco-romanes",year 1873 conclude that Vojislava was daughter of Serbian nobleman.Bulgarian historian Vasil Zlatarski conclude same as Hopf.Oliver Smit professor of history on Viena university in his book "Skanderbeg: Der neue Alexander auf dem Balkan" say that Vojislava was Serbian princess from Brankovic family etc

Voislava Kastriot

From; Skender Glasnik Zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini,Kosta Herman, Sveska XIII, Sarajevo, Zemaljska štamparija, 1901, str. 130-131.

Hilandar is well known Serbian monastery on Mount Athos and he proves Scanderbegs family Slavic and Serbian nationality.Scanderbegs father and brother Repos are buried there as some other Serbs.Scanderbeg build in Hilandar "Albanian pirg" because he want to help holy monastery of his people.

Skenderbeg original Eagle from his seal,year 1450

Many foreign authors consider Skanderbeg and his family Slavic and Serbian.
-Byzantine historian Theodore Spandugino Cantakuzinо in his book of Turkish history,year 1551,wrote that "Scanderbeg is physicaly strong man,Serb by nationality" in original "Scanderbeg, huomo valoroso della persona, il qual essendo per natione Serviano".Link…/1982274_2653528003…
-Book "Chroniques gréco-romanes: inédites ou peu connues,pub. avec notes et tables généalogiques",author Carl Hermann Friedrich Johann Hopf,year 1873,page 334.In this page Hopf quotes Albanian nobleman Jovan Muzaka and his chronicle "Breve memoria de li discendenti de nostra casa Musachi" which is published first time in this Hopfs book.Jovan Muzaka says that "Scanderbeg huome valente e per nature Serviano" or "Scanderbeg is Serb by nationality".Link…/17156258_744829072…
-From transcription of "Sarola coat of arms" from 17.century we see Skanderbeg coat of arms with title "Roy de Seruie ou Despote" or "Serbian prince and despot".Link…/10003159_265354766…
-Book "Geschichte der Bulgaren",author Constantin Jos. Jiriček,year 1876,page 368. "Skanderbegs family was Slavic.His great grandfather was Branilo".Link…/18341928_780668935…
-Book "Islamic Desk Reference",author E. J. Van Donzel,page 420. "Skanderbeg was of Serbian origin".Link…/18268494_780674538…
-Book "Hobbes: Leviathan: Revised Student Edition",author Thomas Hobbes,Cambridge University Press.Skanderbeg Serb.Link…/18222693_780698385…
-Book "Encyclopedia Britanica: A new survey of universal knowledge",year 1952,page 726."Royal dynasty was Serbian.Branilo founder of family Kastriot,his grandson Jovan married Serbian princess Vojislava..." Link…/18301979_781116712…
-Books "Encyclopedia Americana",Tome 24,year 1993,page 878 and "Central and Eastern Europe",author John Dornberg,page 200.Skanderbeg was of Serbian origin.Link…/18275181_781135018…
-Book "Denkschriften",Tome 16,year 1869,page 86,author Johan Georg Von Hahn."Mat is homeland of Serbs Castriots,not Albania",link…/18268306_781142618…
-Book "Ursprung und Wirkung der französischen Kultureinflüsse in Südosteuropa",author Franz Thierfelder,year 1943,page 113."Skanderbeg was Slav",Link…/18274926_781123805…
-Book The Heroes of Defeat",аuthor William Jackson Armstrong,year 1905,page 196.Castriot family is Serbian.Link…/18342482_782715815…

Many Serbian authors consider Skanderbeg as Serbian prince.Lets see.
-Book "Glasnik Zemaljskog muzeja u Bosni i Hercegovini",author Kosta Herman,year 1901,Tome XIII,page 130."Branilo is first from family Kastriots who is recorded in historical documents.Next is Pavle Kastriota,next Konstantin and his brother was Ivan.Ivan had wife Vojislava and their son was Skanderbeg(Djura Kastriota) etc" Link…/14045739_636296009…
-Skanderbeg as Serbian knight on first page in one calendar from Zagreb,year 1911.On his shield is written "History of Nemanic dynasty" and islamic moon with star and chains symbolize Skanderbegs victories agains muslims.Link…/15589519_700396843…
-This is only for Serbians,sorry.From "Pigeon,newspaper for Serbian jouth",author teacher Jovan Blagojevic,Sombor.Skanderbeg as Serbian nation hero.Link for reading…
-Book "Illyrian peninsula",second edition,author Jovan Dragašević,year 1901,page 587."Skanderbeg was oly Serb who have international glory".Link…/15541869_700586293…
-Book "Javor,newspaper for fun,science and literature",author Ilija Ognjanović,1891 year,page 623.And this is only for Serbs,sorry.Skanderbeg is Serb here,same story.Link…
-Book "Messenger of Serbian scientist society",Tome 28,year 1879,page 40."Christian armies,Magyars and Serbs,are guided by 2 great heroes of this time-John Hunyadi and Skenderbeg".Link…/15442300_700607406…
-New book about Skanderbegs Serbian origin,visit site ""…/18402937_783975375…
-Skanderbegs coat of arms "Kastriotich" from our Slavic "Illyrian armories",Fojnica Armorial from 17 century.Link…/1780669_2653563003…
-Skanderbegs coat of arms "Kastriotich" from our Slavic "Illyrian armories",Korenić-Neorić Armorial,16 century.Link…/1797408_2653564903…

-Serbian soldiers on Skenderbegs grave in Jafer Kasab,Albania,during First Balkan war.Link…/17498745_756724904…

On numerous drawings of Skenderbeg he is drawn exactly the same, as Dinarid phenotype, same as his mother Voislava easily recognised by characteristic long cranial height and elongated, narrow nose typical for Dinaric race. This phenotype is linked with genetic ancestry to I2 haplogroup which is concentrated amongst South Sklaveni.

Thursday, 20 July 2017


A haplogroup is a group of single chromosomes, or single DNA strands, which share a common ancestor.

Male Y-dna presentation shows that in case of race-mixing ,in this case R haplo all sons of his son will go on carrying same ancestral haplo R as basic single DNA strand to infinity or as long as there is male descendant.
His outer appearance will change due to influence of female Mtdna which is also a carrier of physical features such as colour, health issues, life span, height ,inborn ability to adjust to certain enviroment etc.
When every child is born, doesn't matter where on this big Earth, child will look like a mother or a father or both and sometimes it will look like some of the grandparents even!

Friday, 24 March 2017

PAGANS etymology

6th century Pagania acording to Ptolemy

Pagania was province of Dalmatia situated around river Neretva that is made out of 6 rivers flowing into one and creating fertile valley in between mountain chains.

Later in time it will become synonym for extermination of Pagans in entire Europe.

Crusades started in Europe as murder squads to beat Christianity into those that refused it so far.
Their first attacks are recorded on SE of Europe.
Macedonia's St Lydia was first christian women in Europe.
Macedonia is SE from Illyria or Dalmatia.

So first Crusades are recorded in Pagania, area around Neretva river where 6 rivers flow into one.
Salinas Price wrote a book where he situated Troja acording to Homers description.
A small town called GABELA was suspected not just by it's obvious connection with name Kybele but the megalithic towns like Daorson near by.

No wonder that these people kept their native belief so dear to them and resisted cruel and opressing Christianity.
The Crusaders tossed babies alive into fire or on spears.
In revenge to Paganians they cleared Dalmatia of children.
Acording to other sources this happened more then once but this is not confirmed, it wouldn't be the first case of obscuring documents from side of Vatican as well as falsifying them.
This is why word PAGAN is latin starting from Vatican terminology.

Attacks on Dalmatia, Salona which was ancient pagan center culminated in 16th century when Dalmatian Bischops refused to sanctify a Crusader,
Vatican sends troups and destroy Salona with dinamite/barut explosions.

To this day Pope in Vatican wears a ritualistic tunic called Dalmatica for special occasions.
Wolf got dressed into the sheeps clothes literarly.

9th century Pagania

10th century Pagania