WHERE EAST MEETS WEST:
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Gheorghe Bratianu, An Enigma and Miracle of History: The Romanian People, English Edition, Editura Enciclopedica (1996)abe books or amazon
“We must assume the existence of two migrations: one determined by the evacuation of Dacia and the retreat of the last Roman colonists beyond the Danube, into the two ‘Dacias,’ established by Aurelian in Moesia, after the year 271; the other, in the opposite direction, carried out by the Transdanubian Valachs towards the North, no doubt before the 10th century, a slow and progressive migration which had as its effect the re-peoplement of Transylvania.
Bogdan Grigorescu, “Digging Up of the Early Romanian People: A Discussion of the Romanian Archaeologists’ Discourse on Identity and Ethnicity,” Undergraduate Thesis at Harvard College (Cambridge, Mass., 2004).
Ernie Scoffham, ‘Image and identity: Bucharest in the 1930s and 1990s’, Department of Architecture, University of Nottingham (England, 2000). The author offers an interesting urban perspective on the topic of identity with a focus on Bucharest architecture (more) An abstract in his words:
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