This article provides an overview of the history of Romania ; further details are presented in separate articles. The Neolithic-Age Cucuteni area in northeastern Romania was the western region of the earliest European civilization, known as the Cucuteni—Trypillia culture. The earliest written evidence of people living in the territory of the present-day Romania comes from Herodotus in book IV of his Histories written c. Herein he writes that the tribal confederation of the Getae were defeated by the Persian Emperor Darius the Great during his campaign against the Scythians. Under his leadership Dacia became a powerful state which threatened the regional interests of the Romans.
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Together they embarked on the entrepreneurship path in , shortly after the Revolution, creating in what came to be the most sold Romanian IT product on the international market: Bitdefender , a cyber security software with more than million users. She makes time for both playing an instrument and dancing, while still working tirelessly and being a very prominent figure advocating for girls education, so read the whole piece to find out how she does all of this and also to find out her advice for women who want to pursue careers in STEM. How do you find the power to do new things? Time exists. In terms of movement and dance, I have always liked dancing ever since I was a child, and after I managed to persuade Florin into it, we started dancing together almost daily. It brings great joy to our lives and great balance in professional life too. Regarding music, I always wanted to play the piano, but in my childhood I had a jam because of a very severe teacher, so I rediscovered the piano once Florin received an organ as a gift from his colleagues which ended up sitting at home covered, so one day I wanted to see how it sounded and since then I have not stopped.
Romanian Wines in the Eyes of a Master of Wine
Drawing on an ethnographic and anthropologic research on the Romanian communities in Eastern Serbia, this article seeks to contribute to the global scholarship on diaspora and migration. First, the presence of Romanians in Eastern Serbia is looked at from a gender perspective, in the wider context of feminization of international migration. Keywords: diaspora; women and gender; migration; Serbia; Romania. Migrant women, near diaspora and the social fog The spatial movement of people has always involved, to a greater or lesser extent, the participation of women.
They will say the same. The country has more land under vine than Australia, South Africa or Chile, according to OIV figures, more than any other eastern European country, considerably more than its eastern neighbour Moldavia and almost three times as much as the third most important wine producer of the old Soviet bloc Bulgaria. Whereas wine production elsewhere was very much in state hands under the Soviet regime, many Romanians continued, and continue, to grow a few vines and make a bit of wine for domestic consumption.