Apostol Mărgărit

Apostol Mărgărit (Avdella, 5 August 1832 – Bitola, 19 October 1903) was an Aromanian school teacher and writer.

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Aromanians - Self-Identification - Awakening of The Aromanian Identity, and Romanian Sponsorship
... One of the greatest figures during the Aroumanian awakening was Apostol Margarit, a native of Avdela in southern Macedonia, on the slopes of the Pindus mountains ... As early as 1862, Apostol Margarit introduced the vernacular in the school of the large prosperous town of Klissoura (Vlaho-Klisura), in the Kastoria region of Macedonia ... attacked the village of Avdela in the Pindus, birthplace of Apostol Margarit, and razed it to the ground ...
Aromanian People - Self-Identification - Awakening of The Aromanian Identity, and Romanian Sponsorship
... One of the greatest figures during the Aroumanian awakening was Apostol Margarit, a native of Avdela in southern Macedonia, on the slopes of the Pindus mountains ... As early as 1862, Apostol Margarit introduced the vernacular in the school of the large prosperous town of Klissoura (Vlaho-Klisura), in the Kastoria region ... In December, 1879, the first unsuccessful attempt on the life of Apostol Margarit took place ...
Apostol Mărgărit - Life
... Mărgărit was born in Macedonia, the Ottoman Empire ... In 1862, Mărgărit became a school teacher in Vlaho-Clisura, near Grevena and taught the children in Aromanian, and Greek ... Under this position, Mărgărit founded many of the Vlach schools of Macedonia and Albania sometimes along with French priest Jean-Claude Faveyrial ...