Re: [tied] Re: for Alvin

From: alexmoeller@...
Message: 14362
Date: 2002-08-17

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Von: "Miguel Carrasquer" <mcv@...>
An: <>
Gesendet: Samstag, 17. August 2002 14:19
Betreff: Re: [tied] Re: for Alvin

> The distribution of the Romanian dialects (Macedo-Romanian
> Megleno-Romanian, Istrio-Romanian and Daco-Romanian) is consistent
with a center
> of dispersal south of the Danube, as is the shared substrate with
Albanian and
> the predominance of Slavic (Bulgarian and or Serbian) loanwords. The
> territories north of the Danube were part of the Eurasian steppe
> during the first millennium, and it indeed seems likely that they were
> occupied by Wallachian farmers after the Gepid-Goths, Huns, Avars,
> Magyars and Pecheneg-Cumans had left or had also adopted a more
> lifestyle (case of the Magyars).
> =======================
> Miguel Carrasquer Vidal
> mcv@...

[Moeller] Your way to see it so. It fits maybe from the lingvistic point
of view from what is called "eastern romanity" but it doesnt fit in
historicaly and arheologicaly and very important too, demograficaly way
of things. Just with the forming of Walachia and a bit later Moldavia,
they were much enough to keep their countries alive and more of this, in
the time of turkish empire, to be the only balcan countries which did
not became a turkisch pashalak.
In fact the mistery is somewhere else. The bigest folk of balcans, the
getae, dissapiered in no where and too from no where appears,some 3-4
centuries later, the biggest folk of the balcans, in this case the
vlachs.. .It seems something for David Copperfield, but never mind, some
things can be explained just trough Mr. Copperfield.Even the fact that
in 300 years the same folk become romanised , but no more grecised in
the next 400 years, and not ungarised in the next 400 years.. 'There are
just curiosity of life, isnt it?:-))))

best regards

a. moeller