The Romanians in the Anonymous Gesta Hungarorum. Truth and Fiction, Centrul de Studii Transilvane (Bibliotheca Rerum Transsilvaniae, XXXIV) Cluj-Napoca. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Oct 1, , Martyn Rady and others published The Gesta Hungarorum of Anonymus, the Anonymous Notary of King Bela. Magyar: Béla király Névtelen Jegyzője krónikájának első lapja A GESTA HUNGARORUM egyetlen kéziratos példánya, a tiroli Ambras várának.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The Christians encountered in Pannonia by the Frankish mission- aries were the descendants of the people who created the Keszthely culture, and who remained under Avarian domination as distinct communities.

We see that GH includes both traditions, but in a distinct way, because huntarorum distinguishes between Blachi and Romani. Rusu, that the first stage ended at the beginning of the 10th century. The view of modern historians on the Gesta Hungarorum is mixed: However, the pottery indicates human occupation since the second half of the 10th century.

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As said our minstrels: In the same years was published the Ph. From that time this territory was called Hungarian. They could be the Franks, as M. He gave credit even to the chronological relationships between the events mentioned in the legend, although it is known that the oral tradition mixes up the his- torical periods, being in a way anti-chronological.

The knowledge about Romanians was received in the Latin West from Byzantium. The first phase of the church was dated by the author of the excavations at the end of the 4th century, but recent interpretations moved its beginning at the middle of the 6 th century. Only some of the names discussed by N. The settlement was composed only of huts. The space between the Danube and the western limes of Dacia remained outside the Roman Empire, but it was kept under remote observation.


Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, — Although his purpose was to criticize all the material gathered by N. In this way, the Roman domination disappeared north of the Sava River.

Hujgarorum inventory is not specific for a warrior. View more global usage of this file. Phase II was a transition period toward the Bjelo Brdo I cultural group, developed in the last third of the 10th century. The legend of the pri- mary penetration in Transylvania has no archaeological support.

It happened that GH was published shortly before the birth of 18th century Transylvanian Romanian historiography. Ortelec is the same with Ziloc from GH, c. Rimljane are not the Romans in the gen- eral sense, but the inhabitants of the city of Rome, inserted in the enumeration together with the Venetians and the Genoese. In the following pages we will examine the Old Hungarian finds from Transylvania, dated before the penetration of the Bjelo Brdo culture.

According to this theory, a group of warriors akin with those later ruled by Arpad arrived in the mid- dle Danubian basin in GH shows instead the route followed by the conquerors: Agnes added it Apr 06, Coming out hungarroum the east, they struggled across the great mountains, and began to fight against the neighboring Vlakhs and Slavs.

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Public domain Public domain false false. One could ask if the Hungarian aggression and settlement in west- ern Pannonia led or not to the migration of the native Slavic and Romance population. Kurt Horedt supposed that it was built in the 11th centu- ry. A real understanding of this text requires its study as a whole work and as a medieval source, with all that it is implied by its nature. Two points of view were expressed on the date of the war: Excavations were done there inbut nothing was found, except for a thin layer of coal.


GH includes some references to a people called Romani, exist- ing during the Hungarian conquest: The form Blazi Blasi used by him could also be encountered in GH, c. The translation of the words Blachii ac pastores Romanorum was discussed by many researchers.

The first seven chapters describe the Hungarians’ legendary homeland—mentioned as Scythia or Dentumoger — [86] and their departure from there. The phase I b is dated between and the fourth decade of the 10th century. The phonetics is not Slavic or Hungarian, but old Romanian: It is usually accepted that the events narrated in GH, c.

The source of inspiration was most probably the legend of Hunor and Magor, the founding heroes of the Hungarians, recorded by Simon of Keza. Yet, we cannot give such credibility to the legend. This source was previously ascribed to a certain Ansbertus, but now it is known that the real author was Eberhard, secretary to Emperor Frederic I. As noticed Radu R. As it was already observed, this legend contains the first form of the Panslavism that circulated the theory of the Danubian origin of the Slavs.

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Christianity was tolerated by the Avars, but the Church as a well-organized institu- tion did not resist.