• TITLU în română: Carpaţii Europeni vs Carpaţii Marginali
  • Subiect: Summary: The author presents the geographical situation of Dacia (the present geographers consider the north of Carpathians being the center of Europe) and the political situation between the period of Augustus and Justinian. Moesia and Dacia were Danubian border provinces on the Danube: Augustinian Moesia and Trajanian Dacia, respectively Aurelian and Constantinian ones. Over 600 years Roman and Roman-Byzantine rules had grounded the Latin language in the Carpathians and at the Danube, and in other order the Roman forma mentis. The solid contacts with the Latinity were strengthened during the paleochristian period in south-eastern Europe (there were 14 bishoprics and 40 paleochristian basilicas along the Danube). Latin and Christian scholars, as Nicetas of Remesiana, Dionysius Exiguus and John Cassian have had an important contribution, which should not be disregarded, to strengthen the relationship (definitively Christian one) between Dacia and the western Latin part of Europe.
  • Limba de redactare: engleză
  • Vezi publicația: Zargidava - Revistă de Istorie
  • Loc publicare: Bacău
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2014
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: XIII; anul 2014
  • Paginaţia: 7-11
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