In this section you will find chronologically ordered, independent articles connected with the history of Republic of Macedonia. This section is not complete and will never be. It will be constantly updated with new information.
Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon, Alexander of Macedon, Александар Македонски) (Pella, 356 BC. - Babylon, 13 VI 323 BC.) was Macedonian emperor (336-323 BC) from the Argead dynasty, son of Philip II the Macedon and Olympias of Epirus.
The roots of the Macedonian cultural history are set into the work of the Thessaloniki brothers Cyril and Methodius (Кирил и Методиј). They gave the first literacy and the first books to the Slavs and by that they put the first foundations of the librarian works in all Slavic countries.
For the Macedonian and general Slavic culture and education, it is of huge importance the literary and educational activity of Clement Ohridski in Macedonia. He was one of the direct students of the Thessaloniki brothers Cyril and Methodius and the most faithful follower of their work.
The second representative of the Ohrid literary center is Saint Naum Ohridski, who contributed for the speeding of the Slavic book in Macedonia. When we are talking for Clement we also say a lot of works for Naum, because their life path and activity were signified with common marks.