Category Archives: Etnogeneza Rumânilor

Țara / Cetatea Ciceului


”Toată culmea aceasta a Ciceului e plină de trecut, începând de pe terasă, unde este o aşezare fortificată din secolul al X-lea î.Hr. — una dintre cele mai mari, are 35 hectare. Apoi este nivelul de locuire începând cu mileniul … Continue reading

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Cetațile Huedin, Șimleu. Poarta Meseșului.


Pe teritoriul judetul Salaj se gasesc în pestera de la Cuciulat desene rupestre care dateaza din anii 10.000 – 7.000 î.Hr., unice pe teritoriul României. Ele sunt primele manifestari de acest gen cunoscute în sud-estul Europei. Primele asezari de pe … Continue reading

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Cimpoiul și căciula – Origin of Bagpipe


wikipedia: It is generally accepted today, that the Roman army introduced their bagpipe, the Tibia Utricularis, to the British Isles. The original pipes in Scotland probably had, at the most, a single drone. The second drone was added to the pipes … Continue reading

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Crucile Solare din Apuseni – “Celtic Crosses” in Transylvania


Am nimerit candva peste poza asta si mi s-a pus pata. Dupa luni de zile am reusit sa ma duc sa .. “imi caut crucea”. Nu am gasit-o inca (!), dar am gasit altele. Si cautand povestea lor am aflat … Continue reading

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The Vlaho-Bulgarian Empires. I2/E1/J basic OldEurope layer, R1a warriors, R1b metallurgy. Culture & technology fusion.


Golden ox figurine found in Maykop kurgan/mid-3rd millennium BC., Hermitage Museum & 3000 B.C(!?!), golden figurine of the Beddeni Culture, Alazani Valley in Georgia. Extraordinary kurgan burial shines new light on Sarmatian life, of the Early Iron Age, in the … Continue reading

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Postulatele Petre Morar – Noi nu sîntem Latini, latinii sînt Noi


Postulate (I) Morar: “A surname comes from that language and culture where it has significance as a common noun, adjective or verb. ” Postulate (II) Morar: “Names of places survive after the disappearance of a culture. ” Postulate (III) Morar: … Continue reading

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7000 years of history. Ro DNA:68% Old Europe & 29.5% Kurgan


Present day Y-haplogroups in Romania: Before Farming Ro DNA – 33%: I1-4.5%, I2/I2a-26%, I2b-2.5% Middle East Farmers DNA – 35%: J2/J1-15%, E1b1b-15%, G-5% Old Europe DNA – 68% : I1/2-33% + J1/E1/G – 35% Kurgan, Celt & Slav DNA – … Continue reading

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Getes – the story to be told – Quotes


Source – A story never told – DECEMBER 19, 2015 / PRIMUS GETARUM 1. Sumerian researcher A. Kisifim: “The ancestors of Rumanians had a powerful influence upon the whole ancient world, respectively upon old Ellada, old Egypt, Sumer and even … Continue reading

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Banat & Vojvodina – Timiș, Mureș, Tisa, Drava, Sava (Bosna,Drina), W/S/Great Morava, Vardar, Danube – Starcevo, Vinca, Vucedol, Scordisci/Celts, Dacians/Thracians, Scythians


The Vinča Culture – is the is the oldest Neolithic culture in South-eastern Europe – the First European Metallurgists, the First European Writing. The ‘Old European’ Vinca pottery, artefacts and writing all show an immediately noticeable similarity to what was … Continue reading

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I2+R1a+R1b Contact Area – PIE Urheimat


In the archaeology of Neolithic Europe, the burned house horizon is the geographical extent of the phenomenon of intentionally burned settlements. This was a widespread and long-lasting tradition in what is now Southeastern and Eastern Europe, lasting from as early … Continue reading

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