Alexandru Pînzar


The Outbreak of the Political Dynastic Crisis in Moldavia in 1447. A New Analysis of the Sources
XIV, 2018, 1 p. 35–44
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Tradition and Innovation: The Succession to the Throne of Moldavia in 1517
XIII, 2017, 2 p. 43–53
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Father and Son. About Blood and “Metaphorical” Kinship of Moldavian Princes with Grand Dukes of Lithuania
XIII, 2017, 1 p. 251–264
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Several Pieces of Unused Small News, from Foreign Sources, about the Reign of Stephen the Great
XII, 2016, 2 p. 53–60
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Accessibility and Centrality. Moldavia’s Market Towns Within the Internal Network of Great Commercial Roads in the 15th Century
XII, 2016, 1 p. 287–306
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“The Donation on Ceremuş”
XI, 2015, 1 p. 87–98
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“El Capitano Generale del Re dʼUngheria et del Valacho chiamato Stefano Vajovoda”. Status and Prestige Reflected in the Diplomatic Language of the Reign of Stephen the Great
X, 2014, 1 p. 143–156
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Several Remarks about the “Place” of St. Demetrius Church from Suceava and “the Princely Yard” in the Second Half of the 18th Century
VIII, 2012, 1 p. 7–16
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Metropolitan Jacob of Putna and the 18th Century Revival of Suceava
VI, 2010, 1 p. 135–142
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A diptych from Suceava and his author from Putna
V, 2009, 2 p. 307–428
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Suceava in the medieval imaginary
IV, 2008, 2 p. 25–50
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An unpublished document from the prince Michael Racoviţă
II, 2006, 1-2 p. 167–170
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