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The history of the Székely people, a Transylvanian subgroup of the Hungarians, spans nine centuries, although many historians consider that the formation of the Székely people had taken place before the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895-896.
Services provided to the King of Hungary
The Székely light cavalry fit perfectly into the medieval Hungarian military forces, supplementing the army of armoured knights. They were especially effective against nomadic invaders from the East, using similar fighting methods and strategies. One of their first recorded military victories is from the 1280s, when Székelys of the Aranyos Seat attacked and partly destroyed the Tatar troops returning to Moldova packed with loot. But Székelys were not only defending Transylvania, they took part in campaigns abroad, too.
In 1499, when armed clashes with the Ottoman Empire and its vassal states became regular, a diploma issued by King Vladislaus II (II. Ulászló) reaffirmed the conditions under which the Székelys provided military services:
There is no doubt that Tugomir Basarab, known as Radu Negru (Rudolf the Black), was followed by the Jews when he left Transylvania, crossed the Carpathians in search of a new country, and founded Wallachia in 1290. This is the explanation given to the statements of the chroniclers, who say that Radu Negru, duke of Amlash and Fogarash, left the country with a large following of Roumanians, Catholics, Saxons, and all sorts of individuals, in order to found a new state. Another immigration of Jews into Wallachia took place at the beginning of the reign of Vladislav Basarab, between 1365 and 1367, when they were driven from Hungary by Louis the Great. Many of them came to Wallachia, and were well received by Vladislav, who assigned to them the town of Turnu. According to some historians, Turnu was built by the Jews, They made it a commercial centre from which they reached all the Danubian countries.
In the two or three counties inhabited by the Szekely [hungarian population living in Romania], almost all the population has blood of type B. This is a blood type specific to Asia, because they [the Szekely] are of turanic (turkic) origin
Székely people, a Transylvanian subgroup of the Hungarians, spans nine centuries, although many historians consider that the formation of the Székely people had taken place before the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895-896.
The Cuman influence in Wallachia and Moldavia was very strong, according to some historians who claim that the earliest Wallachian rulers bore supposedly Cuman names(e.g. Tihomir and Bassarab). This hypothesis is though disputed (Tihomir sounding like a Slavic given name), while the toponymy of the most densely populated regions of Romanian settlement shows strong evidence of Cuman place-names. In lack of convincing archaeological evidence of a Cuman civilisation, it appears the Cumans were just a minority within the local population, but they made up part of the ruling élite in Wallachia. As in the case of Bulgaria, they were assimilated by the majority, the present-day Romanians.
Basarab I, son of the Wallachian prince Tihomir of Wallachia obtained independence from Hungary at the beginning of the 14th century. The name Basarab is considered by some authors as being of Cuman origin, and meaning "Father King".
Tugomir Basarab, known as Radu Negru (Rudolf the Black), of the reign of Vladislav Basarab, between 1365 and 1367, when they were driven from Hungary by Louis the Great. Székely people, a Transylvanian subgroup of the Hungarians, spans nine centuries, although many historians consider that the formation of the Székely people had taken place before the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895-896.
Tugomir Basarab and Vladislav Basarab were of Jewish or Gypsy descent and very sympathy to Jews especially in Wallachia and Moldavia. The Basarab family who they say were Cumans were Jews Khazars with high B blood type like the Mongols but unlike other Cumans and Mongol the Basarab family was Rh negative like Vlad Dracula who B Rh negative instead of O or A. Vlad Dracula is a Szekely from Wallachia and Moldavia who are almost all B blood type that including Rh negative.
O and A is really rare the Szekely people especially among Szekely Jews or Gypsies who very high amount of B blood type. Plus the fact Rh negative in Hungarian and Romania is extremely rare about 3% and in Hungarian as well as Romanian it is mostly B- Blood type or B Rh negative which Hungarian are known having very high amount of. So who is really related to Vlad Dracula Prince Charles who is O Rh negative and or the Late Lady Diana Spencer who B – Blood type or B Rh negative like her sons William and Harry who one of both are B- Blood type or B Rh negative. The Facts are the Lady Diana who related Vlad Dracula threw her ancestor Eramus Dryden. The has been many tale of Vampires from Dryden Castle. So it the Dryden that Vampire bloodline come from from Szekely and Saxon, Yes ! Saxons living in midevil Transylvania. So Prince Charles may the Vlad Dracula bloodline but it Lady Diana and he sons who carry his blood,. Vlad Dracula was Basarab who B Rh negative blood not O or A or AB which is nowhere to found among Szekely from Wallachia or Moldavia. The B Blood type is high just like the B Rh negative is amoung Szekely or Hungarians.
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