Pelasgian-Illyrian Music Old illyrian music. 1000 BC

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Old illyrian music. 1000 BC

We could continue infinitely with citations of the Pelasgians, in order to always conclude in almost every case and that the civilizations in general terms begin with the Pelasgians, but the main question that rises to this point is: Who were they?

Nermin Vlora Falaski, in her book “Linguistic and genetic heredities” (written also in English language), has deciphered Pelasgic and Etruscan inscriptions with today’s Albanian language. This would try that the Albanians (Descendants of the Illyrians) are the modern descendants of the Pelasgians, one of the most ancient civilizations that lived Europe. Here we will propose some translations of Falaski.

Therefore, in Italy it exists the locality of the TOSCHI (the Tuscany), therefore note “Toskeria” in southern Albania.
Note: Many authors support that the Tosk word, or Tok, is the “DHE” synonym, modern Albanians use indifferently the word “DHE” and “TOK” in order to say “earth”
In Tuscany an ancient city is founded from the Pelasgians, that is Cortona, (Note, called in Albanian: COR=harvest, TONA=ours, that is our harvests). From the immense and fertile plain of the Val di Chiana it is approached a fast hill, and on the top of that, a beautiful castle is found, transformed in archaeological museum. In a large epigrafic patrimony, there is also one particularly beautiful and interesting registration, on a sarcophagus bearing the following inscription.

A more concrete evidence of the Illyrian-Pelasgian origin of the Albanians is supplied by the study of the Albanian language. Notwithstanding certain points of resemblance in structure and phonetics, the Albanian language is entirely distinct from the tongues spoken by the neighboring natonalities.

This language is particularly interesting as the only surviving representative of the so-called Thraco-Illyrian group of languages, which formed the primitive speech of the inhabitants of the Balkan Peninsula. Its analysis presents, however, great difficulties, as, owing to the absence of early literary monuments, no certainty can be arrived at with regard to its earlier forms and later developments.

In the course of time the Albanian language has been impregnated by a large number of foreign words, mainly of ancient Greek or Latin, which are younger than the Albanian Language, but there are certain indications that the primitive Illyrian language exerted a certain degree of influence on the grammatical development of the languages now spoken in the Balkan Peninsula.

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