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    Kosovo minorities are possibly largely of Albanian origin Y-DNA study finds

    And to go a little bit off topic here, regarding the so called ''Great Fairytale migration of the Serbs from Kosovo 1690'' , it's an invented fairytale: https://academic.oup.com/book/37426/chapter-abstract/331513844?redirectedFrom=fulltext&login=false Not only is it an invented fairytale...
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    Kosovo minorities are possibly largely of Albanian origin Y-DNA study finds

    If we look at these registers from the 15th-16th century (and even sources earlier) there was an Albanian population spread out in the entire territory of what was 'Dardania' , a picture below of Dardania: There were also Albanians in the Presheva Valley, Toplica and the Nish area and in...
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Sources from the years of 1689-90 mention Prizren in Kosovo as the capital of Albania: http://www.albanianhistory.net/1689_Kosovo-Turkish-War/ Also from the writer Lazaro Soranzo in the 16th century earlier:
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Llapi region in North-East Kosovo and the Llapi river: The quote itself from Evliya Celebi in the 1660's where he mentions the Llapi river in North-East Kosovo as having it's source in ''Albania'': https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llap_(region)
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    These ones had majority or significant Albanian names too: Celina: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Celina/@42.3377446,20.4753713,11z/data=!4m6!3m5!1s0x1353bca039eeeb77:0x479ef3d033cf765a!8m2!3d42.3377452!4d20.6298665!16s/g/120j3r44?entry=ttu Xerxe...
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    There are more villages. I will maybe post later. I don't have all my hands on these registers, for some of the 1582 for some other areas, taken from wiki: SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peja For the region of Opoja: SOURCE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opolje
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    These were also mentioned in the 16th century (which were also mentioned as Albanian villages in 1348) and which we know were Albanians: Gjinoc: https://mapcarta.com/13928644 Shpenadi: https://mapcarta.com/13916970 Caparc: https://mapcarta.com/N2386169748 Novake: https://mapcarta.com/13920912
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    Village Polluzhe 1591 https://mapcarta.com/N3418167536 Papa Lika Gjoka Damjani Cvetko Prizreni Bojo Vucrini Evrenoz Jahja Lika Papa Stojan Gjoni Tanush Cvetko Ugrin Vucrini Iljas Seferi Gjin Papa Ilja Vukashini Radsav Cvetko Ahmed Hasani Jovan Gjoni (Bashtina) Seferi (Bashtina) Dada...
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    VIllage Zojz from 1591, this one is even an Albanian toponym, mainly Albanian names with some Slavic: https://mapcarta.com/13913318 Bojca Goga Stojan Nova Kola Lazari Koka Daba Petra Kola Deda Marko Daba Jovani Memi Abdullahu Nova Kola Duka Gika Bojo Gjura Pepa Bici Vojo Jovani Marko Andrija...
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    Village Sarosh, 1591: https://mapcarta.com/14010548 Also Albanian: Gika Koja Gac Koka Pepa Gjoni Biba Lika Petri Dejani Gjin Prendi Prend Kola Gjon Vuka Pal Gjoni Prendi Pal Koka Deda Vladi Prend Lika Papa Lika Rajko Stepan Pepa Bici Nika Vukashini Stepa Branko Prend Duja Gika Gjoni Stojan...
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    Kosova 1452-1480 - Ottoman Register

    'Goga' is possibly an Albanian name too. There are more villages which indicate they were Albanians which I have not posted. Source for the villages mentioned in 1452: https://docplayer.net/57183612-Vilajet-pastric-pashtrik-1452-53-godine.html I don't have my hands on all the registers, there...
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    Village Vranjak mentioned in 1591, also Albanian majority Albanian: https://mapcarta.com/13914134 Becin Pepa Prend Becini Bic Andrea Hasan Koka Gjon Andrija Lika Becini Kojcin Smili Gac Mici Kurd Becini Kurd Karagjoz Baca Kojcini Andre Pepa Marko Zhivko Gjon Bici Andre Kola Typical Albanian...
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    Kosova 1571 Ottoman register

    Village Plajnik https://mapcarta.com/N1839595222 Nina Gika Gika Kola Pal Gika Dida Maza Nezha Nina Doda Maza Peka Doda Doda Nina Doda Kola Koka Gjika Nina Dida Dida Papa Peca Maza Mica Doda Koka Nina Koka Gika Koka Maza Dida Nina Mark Papa Dida Koka
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    We can obviously see who the most ancient inhabitants of Kosovo are. Can any of these so called Slavs or Serbs care to explain to me why every single town in Kosovo according to these registers had an Albanian population or why these registers from the 16th century for example which cover the...
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Prishtina, also Albanian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pristina
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Registers also show Trepca had an Albanian population: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trep%C4%8Da_Mines
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Town of Prizren: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prizren The town was entirely Islamised and there is evidence to show most of the people in this town were Albanians that were all eventually Islamised...
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    The town of Vushtrri: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vushtrri
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Town/village of Janjevo https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janjevo
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    Towns of Kosova, 1582 - 1591 Registers and Historical Sources

    Town of Novo Brdo, I won't post the names for this one but there is a quick explanation on wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novo_Brdo
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