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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Several historians from the older gen- erations have written remarkable works that clarified various aspects of this chapter of the Romanian Middle Ages.

There they prepared seven earthen fortresses for their wives and for the preservation of their goods, remaining there for some time. It is very important that the so well-informed work of Constantine Por- phyrogenitus does not mention anything about Transylvania.

Glad could be either Romanian, or Bulgarian. The destruction of stage I had no relation with the conflict in which Gelou was involved. Their inven- tory presents analogies with those from Cluj, except for the horses and the harness pieces specific to the oldest graves.

The first inroad of the warriors called Ungari is recorded in The assimilation of the population of Roman origin became possible only when many newcomers shared the same religion, in direct proportion with the demographic sit- uation.

He was superposed by the palisade; this means that the hut was filled and levelled when precinct no. Another argument for the date around was drawn from the prologue. All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from September All accuracy disputes Articles with disputed statements from January CS1 Romanian-language sources ro CS1 Hungarian-language sources hu Commons category link is on Wikidata.


The Byzantine sources recorded a dangerous Hungarian inroad in the Byzantine Empire, in hunngarorum The four provinces created by the reform of Diocletian at the end of the 3rd century Pannonia Prima, Pannonia Secunda, Savia, and Valeria were later included in the Western Roman Empire, namely in the Pannonian diocese together with Dalmatia and Nori- cum.

The real problem is whether some individuals or events recorded by GH were invented by the author or by his sources. This form of the name gssta of Slavic origin.

Unfortunately, the piece was found in the earth that filled a later pit, not in a close context. In the next chapter we will see that the first Hungarian archaeological remains found in Transylvania could be dated up to the middle of the 10th century. Who they were, this is another question, which seems to be not yet clarified. hungaorum

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On the contrary, it seems that these medieval annonymus were aware of the real value of these data. The Pannoni were men- tioned only in a work that presented events from the 6th century, Historia Langobardorum, xnonymus by Paulus Diaconus in the 9th cen- tury: This attack was the first directed south, after dozens of westward raids.

Simon of Keza mentioned the Blacki once more, in another con- text. Glad accepted to surrender the fortress. Boba contributed to a better understan- ding of a controversial fragment from GH, but not all of his ideas can be accepted. To ask other readers questions about Anonymus and Master Rogerplease sign up. No doubt, the source is a tendentious and propagandistic gexta that left aside events not suitable with this exultation over the Hungarian past.


However, his work has some importance, since it establishes the identity between the Balkan Vlachs and the Blachii from Pannonia, about whom he found out from GH.

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Preview — Anonymus and Master Roger by Anonymous. Kniezsa did not find any etymo- logy for the name Bereve which recalls an old Romanian name, Be- rivoiand consequently he ignored it, as well as the village Chobanka attested in near Budawhich is obviously derived from Rom.

The river Tisza, with its many meanders and swamps not drained until the 18th centurymade anonymu difficult the contacts bet- ween the provinces. One could claim that the Anonymous Notary invented all or some of the events and persons from c. Macartney con- sidered that the interpolation was due to the recourse to another source a genealogical tradition of the Gyula family.

They were nomads like the Po- lovcians. Quapropter Teutonici partem illam ab illo die Simburg, id est septem castra vocaverunt. GH dif- fers as concerns the name of the conqueror: The Roman Pannonian population survived especially there, in the western Transdanubia, near the Balaton Lake.

Our opinion is that the existence of the name Blaci cannot be used as an argument for the dating of the work.