- From Romanian Muntenia. (Wiktionary)
“Muntenia' (Mountain Land), commonly known as Wallachia and 'Moldavia', came into being.”
“Rumanians of Transylvania rose against the tyranny of the Magyars; those of Moldavia and Muntenia against the oppressive influence of Russia.”
“Wallachia; Bazarambam is certainly the corrupted name of the Ban Bassarab, who ruled as vassal of Hungary over the province of Oltenia, and whose dynasty founded the principality of Muntenia.”
“During an interval of twenty-five years (1521-46) no less than eleven princes succeeded one another on the throne of Muntenia, whilst of the nineteen princes who ruled during the last three-quarters of the sixteenth century, only two died a natural death while still reigning.”
“Michael the Brave, Prince of Muntenia (1593-1601), was the last of the”
“SIF Banat-Crisana's executive board said in a statement to the Bucharest bourse today that it deemed the transaction favorable for the fund, while SIF Muntenia said the transaction is pending shareholders' approval at a meeting on Sept. 21 or Sept. 22.”
“Muntenia is home to the taraf bands (a small instrumental group), which are perhaps the best-known expression of Romanian folk culture.”
“Oltenia's folk music and dance is similar to Muntenia.”
“Long the capital region of Romania, Muntenia has a more diverse set of instrumentation, but presently clarinets and accordions are more often used.”
“Societatea de investitii financiare (SIF) Muntenia”
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