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    Albanian Alps the White Heights of Snow Apparently Pelasgian Word Like Laban Lebanon Lemnos

    Lavanna, a word for the moon in Hebrew, is from the “canaanite” l-b-n root meaning white, same as Lebanon and Laban, and the white heights of the Albanian Alps were named of the same hebrew root, brought to Albania, Alban of Italy, and Albion of England, by the Pelasgians of a language like the Hebrew (Heber was the father of Peleg) for whom was named the Iberian peninsula, and the Pelasgian language linked to the ancient Albanian.

     

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