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„Barbarii” și Imperiul Romei – Occidentul și Orientul Europei romanice

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Publication: Dacoromania. Serie nouă, XVII (1), p. 7
p-ISSN:1582-4438
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:Cluj-Napoca
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Abstract:The article’s purpose is to clarify certain aspects of the transition from Latinity to Romance during the decadent times of the migratory populations’ invasions from the North-East and the East of Europe into the Roman Empire territories. We highlighted the idea that the “barbarians” determined, first of all, the alterity of the Romanian Romanity, namely “the other Latinity” (l’altra latinità). The Romanian language constituted itself based, firstly, on the Greek and Latin cultures, due to the historical conditions that supported the millenary connection to the Orient, the Greek culture, pre-Roman, Byzantine or post-Byzantine. Having as a starting point Karol Modželewski’s book, L’Europe des Barbares, the author accepts the idea that the Germanic “barbarians” contributed more than the Christianity to the construction of the (Western) Rome.
The “barbarians” were also victorious in the East: the Slavs did not subject completely to the Greek-Orthodox confession and did not create a unitary Christian area. Rome’s domineeringpragmatic fame was stronger than the Byzantium’s abstract religious attraction. Closely knowing these historical circumstances, we can define better the Romanian Romanity, whose main feature is ambiguity of a double affiliation. It began under the Rome’s Empire in Dacia Felix but it constantly benefited from the important contribution of the Byzantium-Slavic East, namely from the long lasting presence of the “barbarians”. Thus, our ethno-linguistic identity is eastern-western.
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