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Transylvania and the Theory of Daco-roman-rumanian Continuity

Transylvania and the Theory of Daco-roman-rumanian Continuity

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Published by Tamás Keszi
This special issue of the Carpathian Observer is being published on the curious occasion of the 2050th
anniversary of a rather obscure event in the ancient history of Dacia which is celebrated by modern Rumanians as
the beginning of their national history in Transylvania. Under such bizarre circum- stances our publication on the
Transylvanian problem cannot but be controversial. Yet in compiling the historical material on Transylvania, our
aim was to scrupulously observe the rules of fairness and honesty in scholarship.
This special issue of the Carpathian Observer is being published on the curious occasion of the 2050th
anniversary of a rather obscure event in the ancient history of Dacia which is celebrated by modern Rumanians as
the beginning of their national history in Transylvania. Under such bizarre circum- stances our publication on the
Transylvanian problem cannot but be controversial. Yet in compiling the historical material on Transylvania, our
aim was to scrupulously observe the rules of fairness and honesty in scholarship.

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Published by: Tamás Keszi on Feb 15, 2013
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