50 Percent of Montenegrins Admit their Albanian Origin in Nineteenth Century

Today, half of Montenegro, speaks tales of how their ancestors were noble Serbs, who allegedly fled from the Battle of Kosovo in 1389 and then replaced their noble life with the shepherds one, writes Miroslav Çosoviq for portalanalitika.me. According to these tales, this happened to maintain the Serb feeling (srpstvo), even though the word "srpstvo" did not exist but is revealed by Sarajlija Sima Milutinovic. While earlier, there was no need for this world, because there was no Serbs outside Serbia.

Marko Miljanov in his works (1833-1901) writes about five brothers of Albanian origin, these were Ozriniqët, Vasojeviqët, Piperët, Kastriniqët and Hotët. But, according to documents from the Archives of Kotor, in the nineteenth century, Ozriniqët said they were Vlachs.

Extract from the book "Kuchi Tribe in Stories and Popular Songs I", Titograd 1967.

In the writings of Mark it is also a text that he sent to N. Radovanovic in 1893. It is written that Keç Pontini had the sixtht boy, Bonin, from which Bonkeqët emerged.



"So, as you can see," Çosoviq writes, half of today's population of Montenegro has not hesitated in the nineteenth century and earlier to identify itsel with the Albanian origin. And in this case they originate from Keç Pontini and his six sons: Ozdri, Krasi, Pipi, Vasi, Oti and Boni..
50 Percent of Montenegrins Admit their Albanian Origin in Nineteenth Century 50 Percent of Montenegrins Admit their Albanian Origin in Nineteenth Century Sunday, February 07, 2016 Rating: 5
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