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Description A Romanian-language poster advertising the sale of Romani slaves which includes 18 men, 10 boys, 7 women, and 3 girls. Bucharest, 1852.
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Source Ian F. Hancock, The pariah syndrome: an account of Gypsy slavery and persecution, Karoma Publishers, 1987 p.46
Author Unknown
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Romanian (obsolete spelling)
A VINDE
un prim sălaș de robi sau
SCLAVI
ȚIGĂNEȘTI
Printr-o licitație la Amiaḑă 'a Mănăstire d. sf. Elias
la 8 mai MDCCCLII
cine se compună din 18 Omeni
10 Bajați, 7 Femei & 3 Fete
în condiție fină
English
FOR SALE
A prime lot of serfs or
SLAVES
GYPSY (TZIGANY)
Through an auction at noon at the St. Elias Monastery
on 8 May 1852
consisting of 18 Men
10 Boys, 7 Women & 3 Girls
in fine condition
Hungarian
ELADÓ
Egy kiváló csoport cseléd avagy
RABSZOLGA
CIGÁNY
Egy aukción keresztül, délben, a Szt. Éliás kolostorban
1852 május 8-án
18 férfi
10 fiú, 7 nő & 3 lány
kitűnő állapotban
Français
À VENDRE
Un grand nombre de serfs ou
ESCLAVES
TSIGANES
Grâce à une vente aux enchères à midi au monastère de Saint-Élie
le 8 mai 1852
composé de 18 hommes
10 garçons, 7 femmes et 3 filles
en bon état

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