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    Gagauzes only lived in the Black Sea coast,...

    Gagauzes only lived in the Black Sea coast, namely Budjak.


    And ,these types of dances can be found in the Arbereshe communities as well,La Vala,for example.

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    That's an old dance,inherited in Romanian,we call...

    That's an old dance,inherited in Romanian,we call it braul(the belt).


    If braul comes from brandeum(religious belt),then the holding is ritualistic, assuring the connection with God.

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    Ulrich von Cili's head: ...

    Ulrich von Cili's head:

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-BwPdvw_y-9c/Td0k_rINzQI/AAAAAAAAApg/j8DaNHdI69g/s1600/Ciilei.jpg
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    "Four times the latter missed his aim,and...

    "Four times the latter missed his aim,and Ladislaus,rising up,told him,in a calm voice,that it was against the law to repeat the attempt that often.The king,who was also present,threatened the...
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    Now,the presence of the Tropeum Traiani in...

    Now,the presence of the Tropeum Traiani in Dobruja makes even more sense.



    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mfvDi28hfyc


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    IMO,Romanian trufa comes from Latin...

    IMO,Romanian trufa comes from Latin trophaeum,with the typical o-u shift.


    It would explain why Latin branca turned into the sense of branch in Western Romance,while in Romanian it only means...
  7. The existence of a Dacian river called Sargetia...

    The existence of a Dacian river called Sargetia makes the "Armenian" etymology even more possible.


    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decebalus_Treasure
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    Let's not exaggerate, I don't play the bagpipes...

    Let's not exaggerate, I don't play the bagpipes all day long since childhood,maturity definitely gives you a more peaceful mind.
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    My friends from Constanta have many Greek and...

    My friends from Constanta have many Greek and Turkish channels, among others,KRAL.



    If you, Balkanites, are some sort of Byzantine "samurais",faithful to your community,village,clan,etc.,...
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    She has some meat on her,a very beautiful...

    She has some meat on her,a very beautiful woman...


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    Very nice songs BTW;I like this Southern Balkan style,usually search for something " explosive",entertaining,with faster rhythm.
  11. Getic Babadag pottery found at TroyVIIb2 ...

    Getic Babadag pottery found at TroyVIIb2
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  12. Correction, Thracian uT: ...

    Correction, Thracian uT:


    http://groznijat.tripod.com/thrac/thrac_5.html


    Ut is close to Latin udus,that has suspected few descendants in Romance(basically Romanian-Vlach us);


    This could...
  13. The IE root for water is actually gwed,thus Arm...

    The IE root for water is actually gwed,thus Arm get(an older form),Eng wet.,just like in gwherm(hot),Irish geirid,,Eng warm.


    This could be one of the differences between Dacian and Thracian,the...
  14. The Armenians are the Eastern Mushki,while the...

    The Armenians are the Eastern Mushki,while the Phrygian ,Western ones,probably related to Moesi and Mysi.

    Some of the Illyrian tribes had similar names in antiquity, see the interpretation of the...
  15. Armenian get(river) matches perfectly as the...

    Armenian get(river) matches perfectly as the etymology for both Getae and Sarmizegetusa.



    The Getae tribes lived near the Black Sea coast and along the Lower Danube,while Sarmizegetusa was a...
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    Morlach pipers: ...

    Morlach pipers:


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8d/Valerio_-_Musiciens_Morlaques_%28Salone%29%2C_1864.jpg/200px-Valerio_-_Musiciens_Morlaques_%28Salone%29%2C_1864.jpg
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    And that's why I don't agree with Mr. Isztvan...

    And that's why I don't agree with Mr. Isztvan response:


    https://www.quora.com/Are-the-bagpipes-a-Scottish-invention
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    http://www.pontosworld.com/index.php/pontus/histor...

    http://www.pontosworld.com/index.php/pontus/history/sam-topalidis/94-the-tsabouna-tulum-bagpipe



    http://www.bigloveturkey.com/culture/musical-instruments-tulum.asp


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    Romanian play: ...

    Romanian play:


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=htAQa8hUxfM

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Mo2TrZDqgZo


    Georgian bagpipe
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    ..shows.the Vlachs shepherds gesticulated...

    ..shows.the Vlachs shepherds gesticulated behavior, because this type is specifically only for the Vlachs who knew how to play the bagapipe well".



    "When he blew air into the bagpipe...all his...
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    The early westwards IE migrations were also...

    The early westwards IE migrations were also directed towards the Lower Danube communities, where the pottery,clay figurines,strongly resemble Cucuteni-Tripolye and Middle-Eastern/Mesopotamia.

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    It seems that these roots represent ties between...

    It seems that these roots represent ties between the Indo-European and Semitic languages.


    I have counted them,from an Eupedia thread,most can be found in Germanic (along with Celtic and...
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    Alternatively, from the source of the PIE root...

    Alternatively, from the source of the PIE root kerh(horn) itself, ker,meaning to grow,that gave Latin cresco,Ancient Greek koros(boy,young,son ,soldier,puppet),and goddess Ceres.

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    Carlan,young male sheep in Romanian,has the same...

    Carlan,young male sheep in Romanian,has the same way of formation as some Italo-Celtic words,for instance, Latin cervus,Brythonic karw.


    It ultimately means horned,compare the Latin pair...
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    "commanding to send....the Serbian Hussar...

    "commanding to send....the Serbian Hussar officers to recruit Moldavians,Hungarians and Transylvanians and draft as many possible..."


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