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Old October 21st, 2015, 07:51 AM   #1031
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I was in Turkey: they are many like them!
I was in Turkey too (in 2008), but all the people with whom I talked there were positive and friendly towards Romanians, this is why I was initially surprised to see these two LGBTQ guys' posts.
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Old October 21st, 2015, 09:42 AM   #1032

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There are much more references, in fact, than those known! In general, Romanian historians avoid them because of the description of backwardness. But, I think, now, after 150 years of apparition of Romania, and in the modern world, these preconceptions has to be let away. A good work is this, if not necessarily for author view(even seems pretty objective to me), at least for abundance of primary sources(pag 91 - 129):

https://books.google.fr/books?id=eyR...manian&f=false

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There are much more references, in fact, than those known! In general, Romanian historians avoid them because of the description of backwardness.
On digibuc.ro you may find all the volumes from Călători străini despre Ţările Române. Not all the material there is flattering, but it was still published.
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Old January 4th, 2017, 09:51 PM   #1034

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According to this site:
O lec?ie de istorie oferit? de rectorul UBB, Ioan Aurel Pop: Maghiarii i-au reprosat lui Mihai Viteazul c? emite documente în limba român?, spunând c? ?niciodat? n-a fost a?a în Ardeal ?. R?spunsul lui Mihai: ?De azi, VA FI!? - Nationalisti.ro

, Szamoskozi Istvan:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Istv%C...zamosk%C3%B6zy,

mentioned that Michael the Brave issued official documents in Romanian language
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Old January 4th, 2017, 09:58 PM   #1035

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The same István Szamosközy, mentioned :

https://tiparituriromanesti.wordpres...omanilor-1593/

, the language of the Vlachs from Transylvania has obviously, latin origins, and the Vlachs call themselves "romans"
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Re: Michael the Brave, you can find some excerpts (in the Hungarian original and Romanian translation) from István Szamosközy's History of Transylvania in Mihai Viteazul în conştiinţa europeană, vol. 2, starting with p. 161. The 5 volumes of the series are available on-line at digibuc.ro, these are the links:
Vol. 1
Vol. 2
Vol. 3
Vol. 4
Vol. 5
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