South East Europe History pages

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These pages summarise the history of the Balkans and the peoples who have lived there from the Neolithic age to the present times. This is a work-in-progress extension of our Romanian History interests to understand the region to put the folklore in context.

References

History of Transylvania, Akademiai Kiado, Budapest 1994

Words, Victor Stevenson, Macdonald

Atlas of the Roman world, Tim Cornell & John Matthews, Andromedia 1982

The Bulgarians in their historical, ethnographical and political frontiers, Sofia

Atlas of Classical history, Richard Talbert, Croom Helm 1985

The Roman World, Martin Goodman, Routledge 1997

The Nomads of the Balkans, Wave and Thompson, Cambridge 1913

The Vlachs - The History of a Balkan People, Winnifrith, Duchworth 1987

Transylvania, History and Reality, Milton Lehrer 1906

Maramuresul, Alexandru Filipascu, editura Echim 2002

From ancient Dacia to modern Romania, Mircea Musat &  Ion Ardeleanu, Bucharest 1985

The Dawn of European Civilisation, V Gordon Childe, 1925

The origins of the changos, Dumitru Martinas, Iasi 1999

Catholic din Moldova, Ion H. Ciubotaru, Iasi 1998

Chronological History of Romania, Constantin Giurescu, Bucharest 1972

Hutulii o minoritate din Bucovina, Mugur Andronic, Suceava

Ghid despre Slovacii din Romania, Ondrej Stefanko, Nadlac 1998

Ethnic Continuity in the Carpatho-Danubian Area, Elemer Illyes, New York 1988

Expozitie arta eneolitica Cucteni, Muzeal Judetean Neamt, 2002

Cetati Dacice din Moldova, Nicolae Gostar, Bucaresti 1969

Balkan Prehistory, Douglas Bailey, Routledge 2000

The Thracians, R. F. Hoddinott, Thames&Hudson 1981

The Cambridge Ancient History 2nd Ed vol III, Cambridge Univeristy Press, 1982

Archeology and Language, Colin Renfrew, 1987

Genes, Peoples, and Languages, Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, North Point Press

The contribution of the HLA-A, -B, -C and -DR, -DQ DNA typing to the study of the origins of Spaniards and Basques. Martinez-Laso J, De Juan D, Martinez-Quiles N, Gomez-Casado E, Cuadrado E, Arnaiz-Villena A.

The origin of Cretan populations as determined by characterization of HLA alleles. A. Arnaiz-Villena1*, P. Iliakis2*, M. González-Hevilla1, J. Longás1, E. Gómez-Casado1, K. Sfyridaki2, J. Trapaga1, C. Silvera-Redondo1, C. Matsouka2, J. Martínez-Laso1

Population genetic relationships between Mediterranean populations determined by HLA allele distribution and a historic perspective. Arnaiz-Villena A, Gomez-Casado E, Martinez-Laso J.

The origin of Palestinians and their genetic relatedness with other Mediterranean populations. Arnaiz-Villena A, Elaiwa N, Silvera C, Rostom A, Moscoso J, Gomez-Casado E, Allende L, Varela P, Martinez-Laso J.

HLA genes in Macedonians and the sub-Saharan origin of the Greeks. A. Pacho, A. Arnaiz-Villena, K. Dimitroski, J. Moscoso, E. Go´mez-Casado, C. Silvera-Redondo, P. Varela, M. Blagoevska, V. Zdravkovska, J. Martı ´nez-Laso

The Origin of Palestinians and Their Genetic Relatedness With Other Mediterranean Populations. Antonio Arnaiz-Villena, Nagah Elaiwa, Carlos Silvera,
Ahmed Rostom, Juan Moscoso, Eduardo Gómez-Casado, Luis Allende, Pilar Varela, and Jorge Martínez-Laso

The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in Extant Europeans: A Y Chromosome Perspective. Ornella Semino, Giuseppe Passarino,  Peter J. Oefner, Alice A. Lin, Svetlana Arbuzova, Lars E. Beckman, Giovanna De Benedictis, Paolo Francalacci, Anastasia Kouvatsi, Svetlana Limborska, Mladen Marciki, Anna Mika, Barbara Mika, Dragan Primorac, A. Silvana Santachiara-Benerecetti, L. Luca Cavalli-Sforza, Peter A. Underhill
 


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