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Romanian dance maps

Hora mare

Sârba

Danubian Brâul

Carpathian Brâul

Banat Brâul

Rustemul

Schioapa

Geampara

Men’s group dances

Ritual dances in Europe

Calus and Caluseri ritual dances

Hilt & point sword dances (non-Romanian)

Breaza

Învârtita

Purtata & De-a lungul

Ardeleana

Chain dances in Europe

Walking dances in Europe

Turning dances in Europe

Men’s group ritual dances in Europe

Romanian music development charts:

Line & chain dances

Men’s dance summary

Transylvanian men’s dances

Walking dances

 

Romanian costume maps

Women’s gathered chemises

Women’s straight chemises

Women’s gathered chemise decoration

Women's double apron map

Women's pleated skirt map

Women's single apron map

Women's wrap round map

 

Romanian music maps:

Cobza - short neck lute

Tambal mic - cimbalom

Caval - long pipe

Taragot & Saxophone

Nai - panpipe

Fluier - simple pipe

Fluier - end blown pipe

Tilinca

Violins

Cimpoi - bagpipe

Guitar & Zongora

Clarinet

Romanian music development charts:

Short neck lute - Cobza

Dulcimer - Tambal

Long pipe - Caval

Woodwind - Clarinet, Saxophone, Taragot

Bowed strings

Panpipe - nai

Bagpipe - cimpoi

Zither - Titera

Instruments historical summary

 

Ethnographic zones in Romania

Bran

Bucovina

Buzau

Chioar

Codru

Dambovita

Dobrogea

Faget

Gurghiului

Hateg

Intorsura Buzau

Lapus

Lovistea

Marginimea Sibiului

Maramures

Meses

Nasaudului

Oas

Oltului

Padureni

Prahova

Trotus

Vrancea

Hungarian zones:

Aranyosszek

Csikszek

Gyimes

Haromszek

Kalotaszeg

Kason

Marosszek

Szilagysag

Udvarhelyszek

Saxon zones:

Buzenland

Nosnerland

Siebenburgen

 

Vlach outside of Romania

Vlachs in southern Poland

Vlachs in Hungary

Vlachs villages in Serbia

Vlachs in 19C Serbia

 

Minorities in Romania

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Saxon and Swabian regions of Transylvania, 1910

Hungarian regions in Transylvania

Moldavian Csango (Ceanga)

Hungarians in Bukowina

Migration of the Hutul

Ukrainians in Bucovina

 

Southern Balkan Vlachs

Vlachs in the southern Balkans

Pindus mountains

Mount Olympus

Prespa lake

Vermion mountains

Meglan Vlachs

Sax, Austria 1877

Kiepert, Germany 1876

Dr Ischirkov, Sofia 1912

 

History of the Balkans

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Paleolithic people from Asia 40,000 - 35,000 BC

Paleolithic peoples from Middle east 25,000 - 20,000 BC

Mesolithic 10,000 - 7,000 BC

Early Neolithic 6,500 BC

Middle Neolithic 6,000 BC

Developed Neolithic 5,500 BC

Late Neolithic 5,000 BC

Early Eneolithic 4,500 BC

Middle Eneolithic 4,000 BC

Late Eneolithic 3,500 BC

Eneolithic-Bronze age transition 3000 BC

Early Bronze age 2,500 BC

Middle Bronze age 1,800 BC

Late Bronze age 1,400 BC

Transition to Iron age ~1,000BC

Transition to Iron age 1,000 to 800 BC

First Greek city states, 7th BC

Further Greek cities, 6th BC

Persian empire, 5th BC

Macedon empire into Thrace, 4th BC

Celtic invasions, 3rd BC

First Germanic peoples, 2nd BC

Dacia empire, 1st BC

Romans enter the Balkans, late 1st BC

Roman Empire invades Illyria, 1st AD

Romans invade Dacia, 2nd AD

Visigoths arrive, early 3rd AD

Romans leave Dacia, late 3rd AD

Huns arrive, Roman splits to East & West Empires, 4th AD

Hun Empire, early 5th AD

End of the Hun Empire, late 5th AD

Slavic migration, 6th AD

Slav Moravia founded, early 7th AD

First Bulgar state, late 7th AD

Danube Bulgaria, 8th AD

1st Bulgar Empire, early 9th AD

Magyar tribes arrive, late 9th AD

Croatia and Hungary founded, early 10th AD

Magyar settle in Transylvania, late 10th AD

Cumans, early 11th AD

Bulgaria falls to Byzantium & Patzinaks enter, late 11th AD

Szeklers to Transylvania, early 12th AD

Rascia (Serbia) and Bosnia founded, Slavic 2nd Bulgarian empire, late 12th AD

Mongols devastate Magyars and Cumans, early 13th AD

Serb take Macedonia, Wallachia founded, late 13th AD

Serbian empire, Ottoman Empire, early 14th AD

Ottomans take Macedonia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Moldavia founded, late 14th AD

Wallachia under Ottomans, early 15th AD

Ottomans invade Serbia & Bosnia, late 15th AD

Ottomans invade Hungary & “trisection”, 16th AD

17th AD

Austrian “Habsburg” take Hungary & Transylvania, 18th AD

Expansion of Russia, early 19th AD

Decline of Ottoman, Romania created, late 19th AD

Hungary independent, early 20th AD

Post Balkan war, 20th AD

 

Age of Migrations

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Germanic migrations, 2nd to 6th century

Slav expansion, 6-7th century

Bulgar migration 7th century

Magyar (Hungarian) migration, 9th century

Pecheneg migration, 10-11th century

Cumman migrations, 12-13th century

Gypsy migration, 12th to 16th centuries

 

Romania

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Bronze age archaeology sites

Hallstatt archaeology sites 6th-5th BC

Latene archaeology sites 2nd-1st BC

Geto-Dacian archaeology sites 1st BC-1st AD

Roman archaeology sites 2nd - 3rd AD

Dacian-Roman archaeology sites 3rd - 4th AD

"age of migrations" archaeology sites 4th - 6th AD

 

Transylvania

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Archaeological sites from Dacia and Roman periods

Roman towns & military camps in Transylvania

Gepids and Goths 3rd to 4th century

Gepids 5th-6th century

Avars 6th to 8th century

Slavs 6th to 10th century

Pre-Hungarian conquest

Hungarians 11th century

Hungarian 12th century

13th century Transylvania

Transylvania 15th-17th century

Szekely lands 1872

Minorities in Transylvania 1910

Hungarian regions in Transylvania 1910

Saxon and Swabian regions of Transylvania, 1910

Romanian population 1910

Population statistics

Administration 1913

Current administrative regions in Transylvania

 

Moldavia

Austrian Bukowina

Romanian majority in Austrian Bukowina

Slavic and Romanian place names in north Moldavia

Romanian place names in north Moldavia

Moldavia of Stefan cel mare

Moldavia's 14th to 16th churches

 

Greece and southern Balkans

Mycenaean Greece

Greek colonisation 8th - 6th BC

Archaic Greece

Aegean language 5th BC

Growth of Macedonia 4th BC

 

Romania political

Historic regions

1939 regions

1939 judetul

Current regions

Current judetul

 

General history maps

Language distribution

 

Thracian tribes and towns map

Latin to Greek language divide during the Roman Empire

Byzantium vs Western Europe culture during Slavic times

Dacian & Thracian place names

6th century Slavic settlements

Romanians outside Romania

Carpatho-Rusyns

Places ending -esti or similar

Places ending -esti

Slavic tribes ~9th century

Sarakatsani regions in Greece

Sites of ancient treasure & tomb discoveries

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