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Numărul 3 / 1999 / ISSN 1608-9057 /ISSNe 1857-3533

 Гетика, которую мы потеряли. (Из антологии хронологических разрывов)

Pag. 274-304

 Ткачук Марк Necunoscută, Moldova Disponibil în IBN: 9 august 2016

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Getica that we have lost. (From the antology of chronological breaks). The goal of the article is to give the arguments of apocryphality and groundlessness of the autochthonous ideology of the cultural development of Moldova that is dominant today. In the suggested reconstruction for the autochthonous versions of the development of the Getian culture there is no room. There is noticed a rather precise coincidence of the information from written and material records. The main territory of formation process of historical Getians of the early VI-V c. B.C. is to the south of Danube in the region of Dobrudja. The first monuments of the Getian culture appeared to the North of Danube not before the end of the VI c. B.C. while the mass settlement of the Carpathian-Dniester lands takes place in the end of the V c. B.C. Somewhere in the middle of the III c. B.C. the Carpathian-Dniester Getica is dying. A part of Getians is leaving under the pression of Scyro-Galatians in the Low Dnieper area and the Crimea, the other part is leaving to the West. That is why Dacians are really “descendents of Getians” or “young branch” of the Carpathian-Dniester Getians. They are coming, they are migrating to Transilvania in the end of the First Quarter of the II c. B.C. and not continue to live there from the Age of Bronze.

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