Thursday, March 24, 2016

Ancient Tribes+Cultures of Serbia & Celtic Influence on Temerin's Etymology

Dejana & Stefan Pavlovic. 
They died only 4 & 7 years young.
24+3+2+0+1+6 = 27+9 = 36 = M+C+E+O
2+4+3+2+0+1+6 = 9+9 = 18 = GAIA
36+18 = 54 = LOVE
Melchizedek Cloister Emerald Order
 CelticRoundTrinityDogs
 I started 2 investigate the 2 Celtic tribes Boii & Scordisci
& other Gallic Iron Age Influeces on the Balkans.
  




There are records of Celtic mercenaries in Egypt serving the Ptolemies. Thousands were employed in 283–246 BC and they were also in service around 186 BC. They attempted to overthrow Ptolemy II. The Celts also expanded down the Danube river and its tributaries. One of the most influential tribes, the Scordisci, had established their capital at Singidunum in 3rd century BC, which is present-day Belgrade, Serbia. The concentration of hill-forts and cemeteries shows a density of population in the Tisza valley of modern-day Vojvodina, Serbia, Hungary and into Ukraine. Expansion into Romania was however blocked by the Dacians. Further south, Celts settled in Thrace (Bulgaria), which they ruled for over a century, and Anatolia, where they settled as the Galatians (see also: Gallic Invasion of Greece). Despite their geographical isolation from the rest of the Celtic world, the Galatians maintained their Celtic language for at least 700 years. St Jerome, who visited Ancyra (modern-day Ankara) in 373 AD, likened their language to that of the Treveri of northern Gaul. For Venceslas Kruta, Galatia in central Turkey was an area of dense Celtic settlement. The Boii tribe gave their name to Bohemia, Bologna and possibly Bavaria, and Celtic artefacts and cemeteries have been discovered further east in what is now Poland and Slovakia. A Celtic coin (Biatec) from Bratislava's mint was displayed on the old Slovak 5-crown coin. As there is no archaeological evidence for large-scale invasions in some of the other areas, one current school of thought holds that Celtic language and culture spread to those areas by contact rather than invasion. However, the Celtic invasions of Italy and the expedition in Greece and western Anatolia, are well documented in Greek and Latin history.

The Scordisci (Greek: Σκορδίσκοι, Serbian: Скордисци) were a Gallic Iron Age tribe centered in the territory of present-day Serbia, at the confluence of the Savus (Sava), Dravus (Drava) and Danube rivers. They were historically notable from the beginning of the third century BC until the turn of the common era. The Scordisci consolidated into a tribal state. At their zenith, their core territory stretched over regions comprising parts of present-day Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania, while their influence spread even further. After the Roman conquest in the 1st century AD, their territories were included into the Roman provinces of Pannonia, Moesia and Dacia. The Scordisci was a Celtic tribe formed after the Gallic invasion of the Balkans, or rather a "Celtic political creation" having mixed with the local Thracians and Illyrians. Their tribal name may be connected to the Scordus, the Šar mountain. The personal names are noted to have been subsequently Illyricized, having South Pannonian–North Dalmatian influence. According to onomastic evidence, Scordiscan settlements to the east of the Morava river were Thracianized.In parts of Moesia (northeast Central Serbia) the Scordisci and Thracians lived beside each other, which is evident in the archeological findings of pits and treasures, spanning from the 3rd century BC to the 1st century BC. The Scordisci were found during different timelines in Illyria, Thrace and Dacia, sometimes splitting into more than one group like the Scordisci Major and the Scordisci Minor. Extensive La Tène type finds, of local production, are noted in Pannonia as well as northern Moesia Superior, attesting to the concentration of Celtic settlements and cultural contacts. However, such finds south of the Sava river are scarce. The Scordisci were centered in the territory of present-day Serbia, at the confluence of the Sava, Drava and Danube rivers. The Scordisci consolidated into a tribal state. At their zenith, their core territory stretched over regions comprising parts of present-day Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Romania, while their influence spread even further. The Romans reported that they had the custom of drinking blood and that they sacrificed prisoners to deities equated with the Roman Bellona and Mars. 







Bács-Bodrog County was the administrative county (comitatus) of the Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary from the 18th century to 1918. Its territory is currently in northern Serbia (western Vojvodina) and southern Hungary. The capital of the county was Zombor (Serbian: Sombor).
Bács-Bodrog County
Hungarian: Bács-Bodrog vármegye 
German: Komitat Batsch-Bodrog 

Serbian: Bačko-bodroška županija 
In 1900, the county had 
a population of 766,779 people 
and was composed of the 
following linguistic communities:

I live in Temerin since 2015 ::::  

Hungarian: Temerin
Serbian Cyrillic: Темерин
is a town and municipality 
in South Bačka District of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Temerin town has a population of
round about 20000, & Temerin municipality round about 30000. Temerin municipality encompasses of towns of Temerin and Bački Jarak (where my mother Mirjana was born *21.6.1950) and Sirig village.

In written documents, Temerin is mentioned for the first time in 1332 in the receipt by the pope, issued to Laurentius de Temeri, parish priest, for the payment of pope’s tax. In this time, Temerin was part of the Bacsensis County within the medieval Kingdom of Hungary.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temerin#History 

Hungarian: Iror+szág
szág transaltes to:
odor · perfume · odour · scent · smell · spoor · whiff


 Írország (Hungarian) translates to Erin (poetic).
> Ireland in English 
> Éire in (Gaeilge) Irish 
> Èirinn in (Gàidhlig) Scottish Gaelic 
> Erin is an ancient name of Ireland
from Old English Erinn
dative of Eriu >>>> Ireland.

Emerald Isle is 
an ancient poetic
name for Irleand.
Due to linguistic influences 
by founders from North Europe:
Temme/Temmen (to tame & to domesticate)
> imperativ: Tem

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