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Old March 12th, 2013, 04:20 PM   #521
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Dany, I cannot imagine a ROMAN, who is going to forget Latin letters!!!

The only data we do have is about a Latin speaking native people, living in the Mountains in Tessaly and Carpatian mountains, moving with the herds, stock breeders - that is in the beggining.
That is what is positively and historically proved.
Than the development of the Vlah people and Romanian nation started.

Where are the Romans arthefacts in Vlahs culture???

We simply do not have so.

So we can only assume, that because Romans here were Christian, so the Vlahs are. Only to assume...
But than - why not in Latin??? Why not Roman Catolic???? Why not in Greek, after all???

The historical picture is that Romans in the Balkans were crushed by The Barbarians... this is total distruction, Rome disapears - Byzantian, Bulgarian, Serbian and Vlahian culture appear and this is their order.
This is already Mediavel, not Ancient world....

Vlahian cultere comes later than all the rest /this is no offensive or something, just chronology/- this is what all the historical summary shows to us, this is the picture.


It is not about nations, as Ficino is affraid - Romanian nation has great achievemnts, no need of myths, I think.
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Old March 12th, 2013, 04:24 PM   #522
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If someone cannot write - well, may be. But therephore there is no Rome anymore....

Where is Rome after 5-th century:

1/ In the Roman catholic church in the West;
2/ In Byzantia in the East;
nowhere else....

Yes, may be in the Latin speaking ppl in the Balkan mountains, but this is only Latin based lanuage, it is not even Latin, it is Romanian...

And only that - all the rest is not Roman - it is comming from Rome, but it is something different - It is Romanian. It starts with Bulgarian impulse.
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Dany, I cannot imagine a ROMAN, who is going to forget Latin letters!!!

achievemnts, no need of myths, I think.
How many of the Roman population knew to write?????

It is just wrong to say that they were pagans before bulgarians and vlach people take ortodox church under the rule of Bulgarians...and not take the proofs of their connexion before that whit Jessus. This is a very long discution between experts to..i believe..

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A discussion without end

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Sf Andrei is a good proof that daco-romanians lived in Dobrogea.
Why?

In Late Roman times Dobrudja was inhabited by "Scythians", ie nomadic Iranian people, hence the Roman name "Scythia Minor".
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Old March 13th, 2013, 09:21 AM   #526

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What can we conclude, than...
almost nothing, nada, nichts, niente, nihil, nitchevo
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for ever
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Old March 13th, 2013, 09:35 AM   #528

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For our western friends - This is the first Bulgarian historical book, written in 1762.....
when bulgarians were friends of wallachians...
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Dany, I cannot imagine a ROMAN, who is going to forget Latin letters!!!
romans who joined the highlands herders were common people. the elite left the place, as slavs did in nowday romania, after 11 cnt. what you expect they evoluated, living in remoted places, with no ties with cities and civilised world?
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Dany, I cannot imagine a ROMAN, who is going to forget Latin letters!!!
romans who joined the highlands herders were common people. the elite left the place(the regio romagna medieval name was Rumānia - exactly like latin balkans called themselves), as slavs did in nowday romania, after 11 cnt. what you expect they evoluated, living in remoted places, with no ties with cities and civilised world?

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