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Lică Vlahul
Byzantine Latin wondering about all things Vlach & the peoples they have met in their history; likes and retweets are not necessarily endorsements!
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Today In History 1h
3 Dec 1912: Balkan League members, Bulgaria, , , and , sign an armistice with the Empire, halting the First War. The expired on February 3, 1913, and hostilities resumed.
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Gareth Harney 1h
Replying to @chapps @V_and_A
And the National Museum in Bucharest surely?
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Lică Vlahul 2h
When did it go back to Rome? For S Italy it was probably the Norman conquest 1060s or thereabouts. Dalmatia the same? & how about Venice?
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Live tweets from 1942 21h
In a disused squash court under a University of Chicago football field, Allied scientists have created the first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction in human history.
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Lică Vlahul 3h
Replying to @bopanc
Only now? Has it got worse than 10-15yrs ago? The concern should have been then, by now should have strong institutional anti-corruption action. & it applies to 🇷🇴, too.
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Today In History 16h
2 Dec 1804: Bonaparte has himself crowned Emperor of at the Notre Dame in Paris, France.
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Lică Vlahul 16h
Replying to @ECiocu
fermentata? gen provolone ( care e consumata in diverse grade de "maturatie"?
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Arnold Platon Nov 30
Replying to @Arnold_Platon
🗺️ Day 30 - "A Map" The curious case of 🇷🇴 Romania's "Gheorghe Doja" streets - Why Southern Romania is full of streets named after a 🇭🇺 Hungarian revolutionary I know it's not exactly 1️⃣ map but it's an interesting story to end the month with.
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Lică Vlahul Dec 1
Replying to @BogdanMateescu3
Was Hotin area still a raya in 1812?
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Purpura Nov 30
Constantinopolis received its final boost on native Latin speakers around 554 CE, when the Emperor Justinian resettled the final batch of old Senatorial families from Rome, in recognition of their suffering due to the three sieges of Rome that occurred during the Gothic War.
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Lică Vlahul Dec 1
Bucharest, Dec 1st
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Andreea Enache Dec 1
La mulţi ani, români! La mulţi ani, România! 🇷🇴 (poza nu-mi aparţine)
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Today In History Nov 30
30 Nov 1939: The Union attacks Finland, starting the Winter War three months after World War II began. The League of Nations later declared the attack illegal and expelled the from the organization.
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Lică Vlahul Nov 29
working hands became more valuable. as majority of population were serfs they had better economic deals (got to keep more of their work's fruits).
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Lică Vlahul Nov 29
Replying to @ECiocu
Se zice ca furculita nu a fost inventata pana aprox 800AD in Bizant. Dar iaca ca exista deja cu 600 ani in urma. Ma intreb insa cum au facut datarea acestui obiect?
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Lică Vlahul Nov 29
Thx. That's something did not get to be used N of Danube. standard formula was "veliki voievoda" (Велики Воевода).
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Lică Vlahul Nov 29
Replying to @Purpura57912934
I am not aware of the signification of the name Golem. Another ? is the use of "voievode" in S Balkans. did it have the meaning of military commander, or was attached to a certain land posession?
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BojicM89 Nov 6
Church of St John in Dići near Ljig, central Serbia. Built during the reign of King Milutin (1282-1321) by local nobleman Vukdrag. He was buried in a tomb inside the church, and his gravestone was set by his wife Vladislava (nun Ana). The largest medieval necropolis in Serbia.
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Lică Vlahul Nov 28
Replying to @Retuz2
as long as both countries had significant armies ( late 1600s). clashes were not very frequent but not very rare either. war is politics with other means.
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Cezar Buterez Nov 10
| Day 10 | Grid - A quick experiment: 's settlement density from 1904. There were quite a lot of villages in the Subcarpathian regions.
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