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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They belonged to the warriors who conquered Cluj. Anonymus tried to re constru PContains two very different narratives; both are for the first time presented in an updated Latin text with an annotated English translation.

They settled in the puszta between the Danube and the Tisza, in Walls I and III sported a palisade, and were separated from the ditches by berms. Their place as masters of Pannonia was taken by the Romans, because a victory over the Romans was much more glorious than one over Moravians.

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. They are attested by the place-name Kozar, near Carei, recorded in documents since no longer anonymue existence.

The rest of the Pannonian territory especially Pannonia Prima had closer relations with Noricum and Dalmatia. The theory of the Pannonian origin of the Balkan Vlachs was expressed by B. One of the achievements was the periodization of the Hungarian graves, on the basis of their inventory, through a dis- tinction between the Old Hungarian and the Bjelo Brdo type ceme- teries.


The round chapel from Alba-Iulia does not prove the location of Gylas, because it could also be dated in the second half of the 9th century.

The Pannonian origin of three monks from the Disentis monastery southern Germanyall of them called Pannonius in a document from 86 is uncertain.

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It seems that the Anony- mous Notary still knew the significance of the title gylas, forgotten by the later chroniclers. The phonetics is not Slavic or Hungarian, but old Romanian: Despite this evidence, G. The data about the Transylvanian Romanians ruled by Gelou6 must be discussed together with those on yungarorum so-called Blachii from Pannonia, because the Anonymous Notary wrote a unitary work, from which the short part about Transylvania cannot be detached.

The last theory that accepted the existence of the Blaci in Tran- sylvania during the Hungarian conquest, but not of the Roma- nians, was expressed by Imre Boba.

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In this circumstance they mentioned the existence among the peo- ple of Pannonia of some Christians who were baptized by clerici illiterati, priests who ignored the right baptism ritual. This exception highlights the par- ticular position of Transylvania in relation with Hungary, as it was perceived by the Anonymous Notary.

The text continues by telling how this territory was con- quered by the Goths and Gepids. In this respect, Pannonia represents an intermediate case between Dalmatia or Noricum, and Dacia. Anonymsu theory on the origin of the name Gelou was recently put forward by Stelian Brezeanu.


The Gesta Hungarorum of Anonymus, the Anonymous Notary of King Béla: a translation.

After he arrived, he told many things about the richness of that land: Because no sabres were found, the date can be placed after the middle of the 10th century. The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Because the Blaci were Romanians, it could be supposed that the name of their dominus was recorded in the Romanian form. He concluded that the author was a Dominican friar called Pousa, later bishop in Bosnia, active in Hungary between and In the following pages we will examine the Old Hungarian finds from Transylvania, dated before the hungarormu of the Bjelo Brdo culture.

This means that the conquest of Transylvania was outside the scope of the work. On the other hand, the Church was involved in their survival by its social work. Ohio State University Press. This confusion is not surprising. It is possible that they were colleagues somewhere in Italy. From the chronological point of view, survival becomes a problem after the first decade of the 5th century, when hungatorum first emigrations of the natives in Dalmatia and Italy are attested.

Remaining in Erdelw to rest, they restored their livestock