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Posted: November 13, 2015 06:03 pm
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Just found this map on a Bulgarian forum. I wasn't aware the extent of Bulgaria in 836-852 AD.
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Posted: November 14, 2015 06:06 am
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Denes,

I was asking myself how are you.
Thank you for helping me having a good laugh.
It is said that having a good laugh is good for health.
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Posted: November 16, 2015 03:10 pm
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I don't know very much about this topic, but it appears to be the Bulgarian Khanate, which left on present day territory of Romania the so called Dridu culture
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan%E2%80%...anubian_culture
After its recession, the Cuman influence spread across the area.
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Posted: November 17, 2015 03:07 am
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QUOTE (dragos @ November 16, 2015 10:10 am)
I don't know very much about this topic, but it appears to be the Bulgarian Khanate, which left on present day territory of Romania the so called Dridu culture
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan%E2%80%...anubian_culture
After its recession, the Cuman influence spread across the area.

The Mongol invasion from 1241 was very useful for the people that can be named the ancestors of the Romanians.
For a long time the Cumans were thought to be a nomadic culture that would have drift anyway from what later became the Romanian space.
Research from 1980's proved that actually the Cumans were about to settle permanently in their controlled territory and they were about to start their own social development and organization.
If the Mongols would not have wipe them out in 1241, it is hard to predict what would have happen in the space that today we call "Romania".

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Posted: November 18, 2015 06:16 am
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I think I caught a Bulgarian joke related to the situation depicted above:

- Мони, мама, коя е столицата на България?
-Преслав!
- Коя е столицата на Сърбия?
-Преслав !
- Коя е столицата на Румъния?
-Преслав !
- Коя е столицата на Албания?
-Преслав !
- Коя е столицата на Молдова?
-Преслав !
- Коя е столицата на Черна гора?
-Преслав, Преслав, Велики Преслав, мамо!
- Браво, Симеонe, много съм доволна, браво...
~ В семейството на Борис и Мария, лето 877-о ~


- Moni, mom, which is the capital of Bulgaria?
-Preslav!
- What is the capital of Serbia?
-Preslav!
- What is the capital of Romania?
-Preslav!
- What is the capital of Albania?
-Preslav!
- What is the capital of Moldova?
-Preslav!
- What is the capital of Montenegro?
-Preslav, Preslav Veliki Preslav, Mom!
- Bravo, Simeone, I am very pleased bravo ...
~ In the family of Boris and Maria, the year of our 877 th ~

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