Rohonczi Codex – an exceptional testimony about the Dacian state, Wallachian and the Dacian alphabet with 150 letters
A 1,000-year-old book, kept in Budapest, overturns all historical theories about the culture of our ancestors.
The Dacians wrote from right to left, and the reading was done from the bottom up.
There were no written sources left from the Dacians.
Little was known about the inhabitants of the Carpatho-Danubian area after the Romans’ withdrawal.
Dacia was conquered by the Romans in a proportion of only 14% and for a very short historical period of 164 years.
86% of Dacia’s territory was not trampled by a Roman legionnaire.
A nearly 1,000-year-old book, kept in Budapest, overturns the theories of historians. The manuscript contains the first documents written during this historical period. It was written in Dacian characters, from right to left, and reads from the bottom up.
Talk about the Vlachs and their kingdom.
Many tried to decipher the Rohonczi Codex, but they could not.
Archaeologist Viorica Enachiuc translated, for the first time, the pages of the mysterious manuscript.
Gifted by a grof in 1982, Viorica Enachiuc learned from a magazine published in Hungary about the existence in the archives of the Hungarian Academy of the Rohonczi Codex.
It was said to be written in an unknown language. He got a copy. For 20 years, he worked to decipher his mysteries.
The manuscript was in the Archives of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Hungary. It’s a book tied in the skin. It was kept in Rohonczi until 1907. The batthyany gusytav grof gave it to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 1838. It is not known how many hands he has gone through over the centuries.
After the Second World War, Dr. Vajda Joysef, a missionary priest, wrote to researcher Otto Gyurk about the Codex:
“A rare book, the Rohonczi Codex, is found in the Archives of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. This Codex is written with a secret writing, which no one has been able to decipher until now. And I tried.”
The letters are similar to the Greek writing. I thought it looked like Phoenician letters, then I tried on the basis of the old Hungarian writing, but it didn’t work. All the trials we have thrown into the fire.” After studying the Codex, researcher Otto Gyurk published, in 1970, some of his observations in an article, in which he tried to identify those signs in the manuscript that could signify figures.
Dacian alphabet with 150 characters
Viorica Enachiuc discovered that the texts of the Codex were written in the XI and XII centuries, in a vulgar Latin language (Daco-Romana), with characters inherited from the Dacians.
“There are signs that belonged to the Dacian alphabet, which included about 150 characters, with the respective links.
The texts from Rohonczi were written in Vulgar Latin, but in a Dacian alphabet, in which dominant are the ancient signs used by Indo-Europeans in the Bronze Age,” she says. Messages and songs of the Vlachs The Codex has 448 pages, each with about 9-14 strings. In the text are interspersed miniatures with secular and religious scenes. It’s written in purple ink. It includes a collection of speeches, messages, songs and prayers, which includes 86 miniatures.
Records the establishment of the centralized state blak (Vlach), under the leadership of prince Vlad, between 1064 and 1101. “There are reports about the administrative and military organization of the country that was called Dacia.
It had the borders from the Tisza to the Dniester and the sea, from the Danube to the north to the springs of the Dniester. The metropolis of blakilor had its headquarters in Ticina – the fortress on the island of Pacuiul lui Soare”, discovered Viorica Enachiuc. “The oath of the young blaki”.
The codex also contains the lyrics of a battle song, called “The Oath of the Young Blaki”, which was translated as follows:
“A life, the fathers of the Serpent, strong watchman,/
Deceptively, do not get to unite/
With the prophecies of the Serpent, annual, because it struck/
You will be/ The song of the city I hear at length/
Go briskly, swear on the hat, on the powerful hat!/
To swear with maturity and conviction!/
To be your living power, I live, in battle to be!/
The chosen oath cherishes your falcon, go with a strong oath!”
Who wrote the mysterious Rohonczi Codex?
The Rohonczi Codex (alternative spellings: Codicele and Rohonczy or Rohonc, in all combinations) is a controversial document whose writing system is novel and not yet convincingly deciphered.
It is named after the small town of Rohonc (Rohoncz is the Old Hungarian script; on German Rechnitz, on Croatian Rohunac), now in the eastern Austrian province of Burgenland.
UNESCO member Viorica Enachiuc is a graduate of the Faculty of Philology, department Romanian-History, of the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, class of 1963.
He got his undergraduate work in archaeology. She has been a member of UNESCO since 1983. For many years he led archaeological sites in Oltenia, Muntenia and Moldavia.
He researched the ancient writings of the Middle Neolithic and the Dacian era. He presented his works at conferences in the country and abroad: Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Israel.
He received scholarships in Italy, on issues of archaeology, and in Denmark, where he studied runic writing. These facts are not secret.