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Old November 10th, 2007, 12:30 AM   #1
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COMPARISON OF HUNGARIAN AND WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CHAPELS/CLOISTERS IN TRANSYLVANIA REGARDING THE TIME OF THEIR BUILDING

COMPARISON OF HUNGARIAN AND WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CHAPELS/CLOISTERS IN TRANSYLVANIA REGARDING THE TIME OF THEIR BUILDING



(Tables complementing the work: Kosztin, Árpád, A dákóromán legenda - Keresztény kultuszhelyek Erdélyben [The Daco-Roman legend - Christian cultic buildings in Transylvania], Budapest: Népszava, 1989)



Name of locality in Hungarian; in brackets: in Rumanian
Time of building of Hungarian place of worship
Time of building of Wallachian/ Rumanian place of worship



Arad (Arad)
1139
1865

Beszterce (Bistrita)
1288
19th cent. (bought)

Bethlen (Beclean)
15th cent
19th cent

Bonchida (Bontida)
13th cent.
18-19 cent.

Brassó (Brasov)
1223
1495*

Fogaras (Fâgâras)
16th cent.
17th cent. (late)*

Fugyivásárhely (Osorheiu)
13th cent.
18th cent.

Gyulafehérvár (Alba-Iulia)
11th cent.
1600-1601

Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca)
12th cent.
1796-1797

Lugos (Lugoj)
15th cent.
1759

Marosvásárhely (Tirgu-Mures)
14th cent. (early)
1750

Nagyenyed (Aiud)
14th cent.
20th cent.

Nagyszeben (Sibiu)
12th cent.
17th cent.

Nagyvárad (Oradea)
1093
1784

Piskolt (Piscolt)
14th cent.
1869

Temesvár (Timisoara)
prior to 1323
1936

Tövis (Teius)
13th cent.
17th cent

Vizakna (Ocna Sibiului)
13th cent.
16th cent.*







Note: * indicates that the church was built in Transylvania by voivodes of Moldavia or Wallachia as vassals of the Hungarian Crown.


TIME OF BUILDING OF SOME OTHER OLD Hungarian CHURCHES IN Transylvania (Wallachian/Rumanian name of locality in brackets)
Alvinc (vintu de Jos)

13th cent.

Aranyosgerend (Luncani)
1290

Árapatak (Araci)
14th century

Boroskrakkó (Cricâu)
13th cent.

Bögöz (Mugeni)
13th cent.

Csíkménaság (Armâseni)
13th cent.

Érmihályfalva (Valea lui Mihai)
prior to 1284

Gelence (Ghelinta)
1245

Gernyeszeg (Gornesti)
13th cent.

Kerc (Cîrta)
1202

Kisdisznód (Cisnâdoara)
12th cent.

Kistorony (Turnisor)
13th cent.

Kolozsmonostor (Mânâstur)
1059-1063

Magyarvista (Vistea)
13th cent.

Marosnagylak (Noslac)
prior to 1298

Nagycsür (Sura Mare)
13th cent.

Nagydisznód (Cisnâdie)
13th cent.

Réty (Reci)
11th cent.

Székelyszáldobos (Doboseni)
13th century

Torda (Turdu)
12th cent.

Vadász (Vinâtori)
13th cent.





TIME OF BUILDING OF SOME OTHER OLD WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES IN TRANSYLVANIA
(The original Hungarian name of the locality is given first, the Wallachian/Rumanian name is given in brackets)

Alsólugas (Lugasu de Jos)

18th cent.

Bánlaka (Banlaca)
1700 (approx.)

Demsus (Densus)
13th cent.

Füzesmikola (Nicula)
1700

Kristyór (Cristior)
1404

Lesznyek (Lesnic)
14th cent.

Lippa (Lipova)
14th cent.

Nagylupsa (Lupsa)
1421

Oravicabánya (Oravita)
1872

Pártos (Partos)
14-15th cent.

Ribica (Ribita)
1417

Szelistye (Sâliste)
18th cent.

Sztrigyszentgyörgy (Streisînghergiu)
1313

Zeykfalva (Streiu)
13th cent.




EARLY WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CLOISTERS IN
WALLACHIA (just south of Transylvania)

Name of locality

Designation of place
Time of building of worship



Buzâu
bishop's church
1500

Câciulata
Cozia Cloister
1388

Cîmpulung Muscel
Voda Negru Cloister
14th cent.

Curtea de Arges
princely church
14th cent.

Horezu
Varatec Cloister
17th cent.

Pitesti
princely church
17th cent.

Rîmnicul Sârat
cloister church
1691

Snagov
Snagov Cloister
14th cent.

Tismana
cloister
14th cent.

Tîrgoviste
princely cloister
15th cent.







EARLY WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CLOISTERS IN MOLDAVIA (just east of Transylania.)
Name of locality

Designation of place
Time of building of worship

Arbore
church
16th cent.

Bacâu
church
15th cent.

Cotnari
church ruins
15th cent.

Dolhestii Mari
church
after1450

Galati
fortified church
15th cent.

Hîrlâu
church
1492

Iasi
church
1495

Piatra-Neamt
St. John Church
1498

Probota
cloister
16th cent.

Putna
cloister
1466-1470

Râdâuti (Bukovina)
church
14th cent.

Siret
church
1384

Sucevita
church
1584

Vaslui
church
1490

Vinâtor Neamt
cloister
1375

Voronet cloister church

1488
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COMPARISON OF HUNGARIAN AND WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CHAPELS/CLOISTERS IN TRANSYLVANIA REGARDING THE TIME OF THEIR BUILDING



(Tables complementing the work: Kosztin, Árpád, A dákóromán legenda - Keresztény kultuszhelyek Erdélyben [The Daco-Roman legend - Christian cultic buildings in Transylvania], Budapest: Népszava, 1989)



Name of locality in Hungarian; in brackets: in Rumanian
Time of building of Hungarian place of worship
Time of building of Wallachian/ Rumanian place of worship



Arad (Arad)
1139
1865

Beszterce (Bistrita)
1288
19th cent. (bought)

Bethlen (Beclean)
15th cent
19th cent

Bonchida (Bontida)
13th cent.
18-19 cent.

Brassó (Brasov)
1223
1495*

Fogaras (Fâgâras)
16th cent.
17th cent. (late)*

Fugyivásárhely (Osorheiu)
13th cent.
18th cent.

Gyulafehérvár (Alba-Iulia)
11th cent.
1600-1601

Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca)
12th cent.
1796-1797

Lugos (Lugoj)
15th cent.
1759

Marosvásárhely (Tirgu-Mures)
14th cent. (early)
1750

Nagyenyed (Aiud)
14th cent.
20th cent.

Nagyszeben (Sibiu)
12th cent.
17th cent.

Nagyvárad (Oradea)
1093
1784

Piskolt (Piscolt)
14th cent.
1869

Temesvár (Timisoara)
prior to 1323
1936

Tövis (Teius)
13th cent.
17th cent

Vizakna (Ocna Sibiului)
13th cent.
16th cent.*







Note: * indicates that the church was built in Transylvania by voivodes of Moldavia or Wallachia as vassals of the Hungarian Crown.


TIME OF BUILDING OF SOME OTHER OLD Hungarian CHURCHES IN Transylvania (Wallachian/Rumanian name of locality in brackets)
Alvinc (vintu de Jos)

13th cent.

Aranyosgerend (Luncani)
1290

Árapatak (Araci)
14th century

Boroskrakkó (Cricâu)
13th cent.

Bögöz (Mugeni)
13th cent.

Csíkménaság (Armâseni)
13th cent.

Érmihályfalva (Valea lui Mihai)
prior to 1284

Gelence (Ghelinta)
1245

Gernyeszeg (Gornesti)
13th cent.

Kerc (Cîrta)
1202

Kisdisznód (Cisnâdoara)
12th cent.

Kistorony (Turnisor)
13th cent.

Kolozsmonostor (Mânâstur)
1059-1063

Magyarvista (Vistea)
13th cent.

Marosnagylak (Noslac)
prior to 1298

Nagycsür (Sura Mare)
13th cent.

Nagydisznód (Cisnâdie)
13th cent.

Réty (Reci)
11th cent.

Székelyszáldobos (Doboseni)
13th century

Torda (Turdu)
12th cent.

Vadász (Vinâtori)
13th cent.





TIME OF BUILDING OF SOME OTHER OLD WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES IN TRANSYLVANIA
(The original Hungarian name of the locality is given first, the Wallachian/Rumanian name is given in brackets)

Alsólugas (Lugasu de Jos)

18th cent.

Bánlaka (Banlaca)
1700 (approx.)

Demsus (Densus)
13th cent.

Füzesmikola (Nicula)
1700

Kristyór (Cristior)
1404

Lesznyek (Lesnic)
14th cent.

Lippa (Lipova)
14th cent.

Nagylupsa (Lupsa)
1421

Oravicabánya (Oravita)
1872

Pártos (Partos)
14-15th cent.

Ribica (Ribita)
1417

Szelistye (Sâliste)
18th cent.

Sztrigyszentgyörgy (Streisînghergiu)
1313

Zeykfalva (Streiu)
13th cent.




EARLY WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CLOISTERS IN
WALLACHIA (just south of Transylvania)

Name of locality

Designation of place
Time of building of worship



Buzâu
bishop's church
1500

Câciulata
Cozia Cloister
1388

Cîmpulung Muscel
Voda Negru Cloister
14th cent.

Curtea de Arges
princely church
14th cent.

Horezu
Varatec Cloister
17th cent.

Pitesti
princely church
17th cent.

Rîmnicul Sârat
cloister church
1691

Snagov
Snagov Cloister
14th cent.

Tismana
cloister
14th cent.

Tîrgoviste
princely cloister
15th cent.







EARLY WALLACHIAN/RUMANIAN CHURCHES/CLOISTERS IN MOLDAVIA (just east of Transylania.)
Name of locality

Designation of place
Time of building of worship

Arbore
church
16th cent.

Bacâu
church
15th cent.

Cotnari
church ruins
15th cent.

Dolhestii Mari
church
after1450

Galati
fortified church
15th cent.

Hîrlâu
church
1492

Iasi
church
1495

Piatra-Neamt
St. John Church
1498

Probota
cloister
16th cent.

Putna
cloister
1466-1470

Râdâuti (Bukovina)
church
14th cent.

Siret
church
1384

Sucevita
church
1584

Vaslui
church
1490

Vinâtor Neamt
cloister
1375

Voronet cloister church

1488
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Old November 10th, 2007, 01:27 AM   #3
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Thanks for the info F. But just be careful with your references! Corvinus Library !!!!
Wasn’t this guy member of a family with strange wlach origins (remember….those f.king barbarians!)

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