Trojan Asia Minor population was of Dardanon-Albanian origin

Trojan Asia Minor population was of Dardanon-Albanian origin
By Elena Kocaqi

 The ancient authors have brought a large number of direct or indirect facts, which if you pay a little attention, is reveal the origins of Trojans.

When we talk about Trojans we have in mind all the tribes that inhabited Asia Minor like the Lids, the Frigates, the Myss, the Dardans, the Pelasgians, etc. The facts that show that the population of Asia Minor is a tribe of Illyrians, are revealed by Ancient historians. Let's take a look:

1 - The Paionas were one of the greatest Illyrian tribes
Herodotus in his work History gives the conversation that unfolds between some persons and the king of Persia, Dari, in which he conveys the words Republic when pointing to the origin of their people, "Paionia on the shores of Strymon (in the coastal Macedoni) and its river is not far from Helespont, and they were a colony of Trojans"

2 - Straboni in his Geography says the same thing for Paionas
"Some call Paionas domestic others colonies".
Paionas, one of the most important tribes of the Illyrians, are called Trojans and Friars, by Herodotis and Straboni.

3 - Trojan Paionas are Illyrians and this is told by the ancient authors, including Apianus
"Paionas are a great tribe near Istra and stretches until to Dardans. From the Hellenos they are called Paionas, while from the Romans they are called Panons, which are included in Illyria." So the paionas are Illyrians, but they consider themselves Trojans, then Trojans are the same clan with the Illyrians. From these facts it turns out that since Illyrian Paionas are trojans, then Illyrians and Trojans are the same ethnicity. This great Illyrian tribe, as we shall see, has been stretched from Macedonia to Danub and is divided into Upper and Lower Pannonia.

4 - Trojans are called Dardans from Homer and, according to him, are the first to have lived in Asia Minor after the Great Flood. After the fall of Troy there are evidence that some of them moved to settle in other parts of Pelasgians-illyrian world  or Albanian. It is a fact that was Ene Dardanidi who founded Rome. It is a fact that an Illyrian tribe is called Dardan. They still live today in those lands and are called Albanians. What do Troy Dardans have in common with Illyrian Dardans? Their common sense is that they are the same people and the fact that they speak Albanian today, shows that Troy should have spoken this language. The Illyrian Dardans probably settled in Illyria in Illyrian lands who were of the same nationality with them and named the country in Illyria as Dardan in memory of their homeland. But there are also thoughts that Dardan from the Illyrian Peninsula went to Troja and established there the Trojan civilization, also this may be possible.

5 - Strabone in his book Geography holds such a stance when it says that "Dardan and Jason were two brothers living in Samothrak (the territory of then-Thrace) and after death of Jason, Dardan establishes at the foot of the Mountain Ideas, the city all the mysteries called by His name Dardania. "Straboni shows that the Dardans are of Thrake origin. So, Illyrian Dardans are called Illyrians, Thrakas and Trojans at the same time, consequently there is no ethnic difference between, Illyrians and Trojans. But even if they have come from Troy to Illyria, even if they have fled from Illyria to Troy, this does not make any difference, as it is a population of the same tongue and blood stretching from Asia Minor to Western Europe. However, it is true that the Trojan Dardans are today's Albanians.

6 - An interesting fact that shows that the Illyrian Dardans are of the same ethnicity with the Trojans is the one given in the Roman book "The History of the Emperors". The Roman author points out the origins of the Illyrian emperor, Claudius II, and says that "In this war led by Claudius, the courage of the Dalmatian cavalry is very high, and Claudius implied he was from this province, although others said that he was Dardan and was a descendent of the the king of Trojans, and of Dardan himself". The Illyrian Dardans were considered by the Roman authors as exactly the same people of Troy Dardans, some of them originally from the Dardanian dynasty of Troy.
So according to the Roman authors, Illyrian-Dardans are the same nation with Troy's Dardans. Illyrian Dardanians have the same name as Trojan Dardans, and this is not a coincidence but a sequel to Troy's resurrectionof this population.

7 - Trojans have called themselves Dardans and Albans, and this appears to the names of the new sites they settled after the expulsion of a part of the population from Troy. Thus, Ene Dardanidi, founded the city in Italy and called it Alba. His nephew Briti, after setlled in Britain, called a part of it Albani (the name of Scotland that inherited the New York capital). So there are facts that they consider themselves as Albanians and Dardans, the names that emerged from the two Illyrian tribes of Dardans and Albanians in antiquity. But even nowadays, the only people who are called Albanians and Dardans are the Albanians.

8 - The "Alban" name, according to all historical and scientific sources, means "White". The people living in the North of the Black Sea who were of the same race with Illyrian Trojans say in their chronicles that our blond hair set us the name Alban". In all the dictionaries the word "Albino" means "white man". In other words, the Albanian with which the present Albanians are known from the world, has a white meaning.

9 - Another Trojan tribe is also the one of the Kaonas, who were part ofi the state of Epirus or South Africa. Homer cites Kaonas as an important tribe residing in Lower Asia, but on the other hand, there are facts that a part of Troy's Kaonas, after the war, settled in Italy and Italy as well as the Dardans.
The Kaonians of Epirus are the same people with Trojans of the Troy and of the Illyrian tribes of Italy. Kaoni after came to Epirus sets the name of this place "Heleni", the son of the king of Troy. Italian Kaonians had well preserved their origins during the time of Pyrrhus when htey came to help other Kaonas living in Corfu and Epirus in the war against Macedonia, although had been passed 1000 years since the fall of Troy. Today's Kaonas residing in Llogara, Cami, are nothing more than pure Trojans mixed with the local population of the same ethnicity with them./Oculus News

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