Anthroponymy in Ineu between the XIII-XVI Centuries Cover Image

Anthroponymy in Ineu between the XIII-XVI Centuries

Author(s): Melinda Gabriela Keresztes
Subject(s): History, Middle Ages, 13th to 14th Centuries, 15th Century
Published by: Asociaţiunea Transilvană pentru Literatura Română şi Cultura Poporului Român - ASTRA
Keywords: anthroponymy; Ineu; ethnic culture; Christian names; family names;

Summary/Abstract: In this article I set out to analyze Ineu from an anthroponomical perspective starting fromthe thirteenth century until the sixteenth. I will take into account multiple research objectives.Firstly, I would like to study anthroponyms whose origin can be found either in the OldTestament, the New Testament, the name of God, name of saints and military holy figures as wellas mendicants to show the degree of Christianization, what were the most favoured Christiannames and the influences that have influenced and shaped Ineu. Secondly, I attempt to elaboratenot only upon the role that these nicknames have had in the community of Ineu, but also on theevolution of anthroponomy from a personal name to the appearance of a second name. Lastly, Iwould like to discuss the multiethnic and multicultural particularities which have founded theanthroponomical culture of Ineu during the Middle Ages.

  • Issue Year: 6/2020
  • Issue No: 6
  • Page Range: 35-48
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Romanian
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