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FACULTATEA DE ISTORIE, RELAŢII INTERNAŢIONALE, ŞTIINŢE POLITICE ŞI ŞTIINŢELE COMUNICĂRII

ANALELE
UNIVERSITĂŢII DIN ORADEA
ISTORIE – ARHEOLOGIE
TOM XVIII
2008

CONTENT

Florin SFRENGEU, SETTLEMENTS FROM 8TH - 9TH CENTURYES DISCOVERED WITHIN THE SOIL FORTRESS AT BIHAREA, p. 7

Abstract: This article presents the settlements in the 8th - 9th centuries discovered at Biharea in 2004, near the southern wave of the soil fortress. Other settlements previously discovered in different locations near the fortress of Biharea are mentioned, as well as the analogies with the discoveries in other areas in Crisana dating back to the same period. These new discoveries correlated with the previous ones may bring new arguments to date the fortress built by the natives back to the 8th - 9th centuries.

Keywords: archaeological, research, fortress, Biharea, Crişana



Adrian DUME, SKETCH OF A PORTRAIT, THE LIFE OF AN ATYPICAL MONARCH: LADISLAU IV THE CUMAN (1272-1290), p. 13

Abstract - The article shows the main factors contributing to outlining the Hungarian King Ladislau IV's (1271-1290) personality, one of the atypical monarchs of the dynasty of Arpad. The controversial king is shown in his un-Catholic entourage, as well as his relationship with the Hungarian nobility and the representatives of the Catholic clergy. The swinging of the monarch between the Papal and Golden Horde requirements is explained through the political situation and the internal structure of King Ladislau the Cuman's personality.
Keywords: Ladislau al IV-lea, Cumans, Hungary, church, portrait


Alexandru SIMION, FROM RĂKOS TO SUCEAVA: THE HUNGARIAN AND WALACHIAN ROADS OF THE HABSBURGS IN THE EARLY 1500', p. 25

Abstract - The Eastern (Hungarian and Ottoman) connections of the House of Habsburg prior to the year 1526 and its consequences are still a major topic of research. Most of the data is still in the archives, a fact which consequently leads to several changes in perspective. In this respect, we draw the attention to relations between Maximilian I and the Walachians inside and outside of the Hungarian realm. Aimed namely against the 'East-Central Euro¬pean hegemony' of the Jagiellonians, these ties and the plans built around them played a significant part in the events which shaped regional power relations in the early 1500'.

Keywords: Crusade, Habsburgs, Moldavia, Diet, Matrimony


Florina CIURE, THE PLACE OF VENICE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN IN THE VISION OF FERNAND BRAUDEL, p. 59

Abstract - In this survey, we have tried to present Fernand Braudel's vision on Venice in the context of the political and economic events in the 15th to 17th centuries that he analysed in his synthesis entitled La Mediterranee et le Monde Mediterraneen ă lEpoque de Philippe II. In this synthesis, the French historian provided a general framework of the Venetian society in the period mentioned above, bringing to the foreground the role this republic played in the universal history. At the end, Braudel expressed his conviction that, despite the many difficulties, Venice managed to preserve its domination in the Mediterranean Sea. They managed to do it through a skilful diplomacy ending in a series of treaties with the great powers of the time (Spain, Portugal, the Ottoman Empire) through which the Venetian republic preserved its commercial privileges.

Keywords: Venice, Braudel, Mediterranean, commerce, piracy



BODO Edith, THE ESTATES IN BIHOR AFTER THE THERESA URBAN REGULATIONS. CASE STUDY: THE ESTATE OF HOLOD, p. 67

Abstract - After the urban regulations in 1770-1772, there was an increasing number of rent contracts signed by the landowner and the community, or by the landowner and individual peasants. In the county of Bihor, on the Oradea domain, there were 27 estates, 16 on the Beliu domain, only one on the Beius domain and none on the Vascau domain. This survey is based on three rent contracts on the Holod estate. The first rent contract dates back to 18 January 1793, the second to 1 January 1808, while the third to 1 January 1814; they were all signed in Beius.

Keywords: rent, allodial, domain, Holod, Vaşcău



Cristian APATI, ASPECTS ON THE ACTIVITY OF THE ORTHODOX CLERGY IN THE FIELD OF POPULATION STATISTICS (END OF 18TH CENTURY - FIRST DECADES OF THE 19TH CENTURY), p. 71

Abstract - This survey is an analysis on the involvement of the Orthodox Church in certain activities relating to population statistics at the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the following century. We began this endeavour by introducing the imperial norms and their dissemination on the territory, showing in the footnotes the distance they covered until they reached the Romanian rural world. By using new and old sources, form letters, statistic charts, or the voluntary notes of the priests on the civil status records, we pursued the enforcement of law.
The conclusion induced by the testimonies preserved is that the Orthodox Church played the role of an administrative office of the State, while priests responding to the official requirements can be considered as imperial bureaucrats.

Keywords: Orthodox, Church, reform, population, statistics



Emilia-Adina GALE, THE RELIGIOUS SONG IN CHURCHES IN CRISANA (18TH - 19TH CENTURIES), p. 83

Abstract - The religious song, an expression of devoutness practised during the weekly liturgy, is a proof of the collective religious fervour uniting in mind and feeling ordinary believers. Brought together by the exercise of singing, people, both adults and young, are more careful about the divine service. It is also a pleasant way to be trained in religious matters and particularly it is a reason not to miss from church. The song does not only support the usual Sunday liturgy, it can be imposed by the ecclesiastic authorities with a scope; they also give instructions (what, how, and when to sing). An important role for the religious song is played by the church singer, the spiritual leader of the community that elects him.

Keywords: religious, song, church, devoutness, community



Cristian CABĂU, AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS IN THE APUSENI MOUNTAINS (18TH CENTURY - FORMER HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY) (I), p. 91

Abstract - The article aims at studying the dynamics of crop systems in the Apuseni Mountains in a period covering 250 years by using a multidisciplinary methodology (historical, ethnological, agronomical, and geographical). The knowledge on the crop system from this perspective favours two methodologicalperspectives: one going from the present to the past, while the other goes back to the history of the Apuseni Mountains.
As far as the factors influencing crop systems are concerned, they can be grouped in two categories: physical-geographical factors (geomorphologic structure, pedological and hydrological conditions) and socio-historical and cultural factors (demography, interdependence of the elements of the traditional occupational system, degree of agricultural technical system, culture plants, habitat, or tradition).

Keywords: crop, system, Apuseni, subsistence, multidisciplinary



Mircea BRIE, FAMILY AND SOCIETY IN NORTH-WESTERN TRANSYLVANIA (2ND HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY -BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY). GENERAL FRAMEWORK: CONCEPTS, METHODS AND APPROACHES, p. 105

Abstract - In the latter half of the l9h century and the beginning of the 20h century, in north-western Transylvania there was a traditional rural society, except for some urban centres and their neighbouring areas (the urban character is also proved by the analysis of the marital behaviour). The village was a world of constraints and standards to which all individuals belonging to the group had to conform. Social deviances of any nature were considered with scepticism, while moral and religious perceptions were defining social and societal norms at the time. The community strictly controlled the family through diferent "rituals" of interference in its internal affairs. Due to its feature as a fundamental social group, the family has different characteristics specific to the community under external influence. From the perspective of such an approach, any major change on the level of the society is able to influence the family either directly or indirectly. The study of society shows diferent means of family expression entailed by the framework and norms specific to that particular society. Thus, the family is the "micro " expression of society. However, on the other hand, the family generates the social order and the consensus within society due to its biological and socialising functions. It is the one providing the transmission of society's norms and values. Such a situation entitles us to divide the main features of the corresponding societal type after a family survey. Beyond the sociological perspective of a research on the society-family relationship (primary social group), we intend to make a quantitative and qualitative analysis on family and behavioural mechanisms generated by the effects of the external influence of the society. The relationship family - community was deep. It could not be perceived through a fragmented and segmented analysis. From the perspective of the family, the community was the general framework providing the "pattern". On the other hand, the community finds its emotions and sensitivity in the crucial moments of family life.

Keywords: community, family, society, marriage, confession







Vasile TODORICI, THE ORTHODOX PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE IN CARANSEBEŞ, p. 129

Abstract - Considering that the author had new, rich and diversified information, he reconstructed in this survey the main moments in the history of the Romanian Orthodox Pedagogical Theological Institute in Caransebes from its establishment to 1918. In this context is revealed the great contribution of the institute to preserving, developing and promoting the Romanian language and the Orthodox faith in the area of Banat and Crisana.

Keywords: Caransebeş, theology, pedagogy, national, education


Radu ROMÎNAŞU, ASPECTS OF THE INDEPENDENCE WAR (1877-1878) AS SHOWN IN THE BISERICA ŞI ŞCOALA (CHURCH AND SCHOOL) NEWSLETTER, p. 145

Abstract - In this article, we have identified a series of accounts from European newspapers as quoted by the Biserica şi Şcoala (Church and School) newsletter on the behaviour of the Romanian army on the battlefields south to Danube in the war of 1877-1878. Most of the correspondences focused on the military actions carried out by the Romanian and Tsarist armies in the area of the Plevna redoubts. According to the accounts of the foreign correspondents, the young Romanian army proved to be organised and brave on the battlefield. They acted in the most difficult areas of the military confrontations; this has been acknowledged by all eyewitnesses. Many of these accounts show the arrogant attitude of the Tsarist army towards the young Romanian army by assigning them the most difficult missions, thus attempting to avoid exposing their inferior training when facing complicated war situations. Through their resolute attitude, the Romanians showed their spirit of national solidarity to a fundamental idea: getting State independence.

Keywords: independence, war, Romanian, redoubt, newspaper



Florin ARDELEAN, ACTIVITY IN THE ASTRA SECTIONS IN BIHOR TO DELIVER CONFERENCES AND POPULAR LECTURES (1898-1918), p. 153

Abstract - The survey shows the dynamics of organisation - by the Astra Bihor sections - of conferences for intellectuals and popular lectures for peasants at the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century. Special attention is granted to revealing the topics approached. Some of them had an economic, legal, ethnographic, cultural, and historical topic. They enjoyed great receptivity and interest from the Romanians in the area.

Keywords: Astra, sections, conferences, lectures, culture



Daciana Monica ERZSE, THE BRITISH WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT, 1900-1914, p. 163

Abstract - In the present paper, the author presents the evolution of the British suffrage movement from 1900 to 1914 using information found both in published works and in the Romanian papers from Banat and Crişana. At the beginning of the 20th century, the suffragists, who were members of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, campaignedpeacefully, yet inefficiently: they organised into groups, held meetings, sent petitions trying to convince MPs to change the law in order to enable women to vote. The suffragists' activities were too insignificant for the politicians to pay attention to them in the context of the domestic and international affairs. The period is dominated by the militancy of the Women's Social and Political Union whose activities became increasingly violent in the years before the World War One as successive governments failed to reform the voting rights. The suffragettes took it to the streets, harassed politicians, sent petitions, burnt down buildings and churches, attacked works of art, smashed windows. These activities created a very negative view of the suffragettes, but they made women more and more aware of the necessity of having the right to vote. The suffragettes were thrown into jail and since they went on hunger-strikes, they had to go through the ordeal of force-feeding. These extreme measures were firmly disapproved of by the population and contributed to the growing public sympathy for the cause of women's suffrage. Their tactics gained national and international recognition. Mass militancy and the suffragettes' contribution during the war played an important part in granting the women the right to vote by the Liberal partty in 1918.

Keywords: suffragettes, militant, campaign, Great Britain, vote


Alina STOICA, PORTUGUESE - MOROCCAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS AT THE END OF THE 19TH CENTURY AND THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY, p.177

Abstract - Belonging to a broad research, the article introduces a core stage in the diplomatic career of Martinho Teixeira Homem de Brederode de Cunha, a Portuguese diplomat who represented Portugal in Bucharest for 15 years. His monarchist political orientation made him prefer Romania to the republican Portugal, where he never returned.
His first steps in the diplomatic career were made in the Belgian capital. Everything he learned there helped him in Tangier, Morocco, as Head of Mission. There, he defined himself as a diplomat and became familiar with all subtleties of the job during the Moroccan Crisis and the Algeciras Conference.
A member of the aristocracy, Martinho de Brederode was involved in the most select circles in Tangier. There, he found everything on the confrontation between the interests of France, Spain, and Germany.

Keywords: diplomacy, colonialism, conference, domination, territory





Mihai D. DRECIN, PROFESSOR VICTOR JINGA. FAMILY AND SCHOOL, p. 189

Abstract - The survey shows the family environment where Professor Victor Jinga was born. They belonged to the minor elite of the Transylvanian Romanian village at the end of the 19th century - beginning of the 20th century. Raised in a family of shepherds and farmers, he was in close connection with the Romanian Kingdom and Bessarabia, where transhumance was practised.
After economic studies at the secondary-schools in Brasov and Galati, he pursued his academic studies at the renowned Ca' Foscari Superior Institute of Economics in Venice (autumn 1920 - December 1924). Having good results, he defended his BA thesis in July 1924, then his doctoral thesis in December 1924 under the coordination of Professor Alfonso di Pietri-Tonelli. The topic of the two theses focused on the agrarian situation in general, the agrarian reforms and the popular credit development in the first years of the Great Romania.
Returning to Romania in 1925, the young economist Victor Jinga was actively involved in the endeavours for development and modernisation of the Romanian unitary national state as a bank clerk. On 1 July 1929, he got a position as a senior lecturer at the Commercial Academy in Cluj.

Keywords: origin, transhumance, school, doctoral, studies



Viorel FAUR, THE HISTORY OF THE ROMANIAN THEATRE IN BIHOR (THE INTERWAR PERIOD). NEW MAIL BELONGING TO ACTOR DINU MACEDONSKI, p. 201

Abstract - In 1928, the actor Dinu Macedonski, who was part of the Western Theatre in Oradea, sent Stefan Marcus, the director of this permanent theatrical institution, a mail that the author of this article is using for its informational-documentary value. In this mail, we find references to the lack for material support to cover the functioning of the Western Theatre, as well as the fact that he made concrete proposals in this respect, that is, they could find the material support and complete the company with the help of some actors from Bucharest. It was one of the initiatives to save the Romanian theatre in Oradea in the interwar period on whose results no concrete information has been found so far.

Keywords: Oradea, actor, theatre, company, mail



Ion ZAINEA, INDUSTRY, PROFESSIONS AND TRADE IN BIHOR IN THE
INTERWAR PERIOD, p. 207

Abstract: The Union in 1918, having important and multiple effects in all fields, changed the aspects relating to issues concerning industry, crafts, and commerce. It made it necessary to revise the principles lying at the basis of the existing law and a new regulation adapted to the Romanian national economic and social needs.
The Bihor County was one of the most developed areas of Great Romania from the industrial and commercial points of view. According to the investigation carried out in 1927, in the Bihor County there were 441 industrialfacilities, out of which 35 engine mills, 9 steam mills, 321 water mills, one cement factory, 7 lime factories, one furniture factory, 8 sawmills, 15 tile factories, one weaving mill, 15 oil factories, 9 frame saws, one asphalt factory, 6 mines, 11 forest exploitations and one spirits factory. The statistics concerning crafts and craftsmen in the summer of1927 showed that in the urban and rural communes of the Bihor County there were 183 shoemakers, 81 tailors, 91 cobblers, 125 butchers, 68 carpenters, 94 wheelwrights, 81 masons, 189 blacksmiths, 61 wood workers, 40 locksmiths, 32 joiners, 29 coopers, 35 barbers, 25 bakers, 16 tanners, and 14 tinkers. Some of the less exercised professions were gardener (5), dyer (5), painter (7), roper (4), watchmaker (7), furrier (3), border (2), and bookbinder (1). On the whole, there were 1,361 crafts. In 1922, there were 24 weekly and annual fairs in the Bihor County. They were managed by the communes: Alesd, Borod and Fechetau (Alesd borough), Beius and Uileac (Beius borough), Beliu and Ucuris (Beliu borough), Ceica and Holod (Ceica borough), Salonta, SAcuieni, Diosig and Saniob (Aacuieni borough), Valea lui Mihai, Piscolt and Salacea (Valea lui Mihai borough), Vascau, Baita and Sudrigiu (Vascau borough). Some of these fairs had been established for tens, even hundreds of years, while others were established after the Union. It was the case of the fairs at Vascau, Capalna, Uileac de Beius. In the following years, other fairs were established in the Alesd borough at Bratca, at Popesti (Marghita borough), Tileagd (Central borough), Dobresti (Ceica borough). The number of country fairs increased. In 1929, the number of fairs reached 30. The fairs at Oradea, Salards, Vad, Biharea, Pietroasa were added to the old ones.
Besides the damage caused by the war and the hardships faced to restart production, the industrial and commercial enterprises and craftsmen were confronted with several other issues. Some of them were related to the geopolitical and economic framework, to their relation to the new Romanian law, while others were caused by the connections with the old coordination centres and theirorientation towards Bucharest. They all generated a sense of confusion, disorientation especially because the Hungarian law was partly preserved and the Romanian law was superposed on the Hungarian law. It was introduced either as an extension to laws belonging to old Romania, or through a new legislation. In the case of some counties, such as Bihor, there was also the lack of means of communication with Bucharest and the difficult collaboration of the Romanian authorities with the Hungarian population whose hostility, that could be understood up to apoint, was fuelled from both inside and outside the country.

Keywords: economy, integration, industry, crafts, commerce



Monica POP, ASPECTS REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OF THE ROMANIAN-ENGLISH RELATIONS DURING THE INTERWAR PERIOD, p. 219

Abstract - The paper is a succinct presentation of the importance of the concept of evolution of the relations between Romania and Great Britain during the interwar years, meaning the period comprised between 1919 and 1939. After a light analysis of the progress of the Romanian-English relations during the interwar period, as it appears in the specialized literature (historiography), with the specific interpretations given to each and with the differences between them, the article briefly researches the fields in which this process was manifest in Romania and Great Britain during the period in question, from politic, diplomatic, economic and fnancial to cultural and military relations.

Keywords: aspects, evolution, interwar, Romania, historiography






Gabriel MOISA, TERRORIST NUCLEI" IN VALEA LUI MIHAI AND CURTUIUŞENI (BIHOR COUNTY) IN THE SUMMER OF 1940, p. 227

Abstract - As early as the autumn of the year 1939, the Romanian authorities noticed the existence on the Transylvanian territory of several terrorist nuclei. Most of them were detected in north-western Romania. Their number exponentially increased from one month to another in the spring and summer of 1940, as the revisionist attitude of Hungary regarding Romania became more and more obvious. They were directly coordinated from Budapest, by the General Staff of Horthy's Hungarian army.
Oradea played a vital role from this point of view as it was the base plate of the Hungarian intelligence. It was here that the coordinating centre for all terrorist nuclei in Transylvania was established. In the summer of 1940, Budapest appointed Major Szalkay Laszlo as commander of the nuclei. He was experienced in organising clandestine labour. He coordinated terrorist nuclei in Oradea and Bihor; the best organised ones were under his command: Alba Iulia, Braşov, Huedin, Sibiu, Timişoara, and Cluj. I will describe below aspects relating to the activities in Valea lui Mihai and Curtuiuseni, both under the command of the same Szalkay Laszlo.
According to the information provided by the archives, in the summer of 1940, there were two nuclei of the kind in Valea lui Mihai. The leader of the first nucleus was solicitor Jakab Erno; the second nucleus was led by solicitor Bolony Pal. The more numerous group was the one coordinated by Jakab Erno. According to the data we have so far, 10 people are known to have belonged to the group. They were as follows: Szilagy (Borbely) Balint, farmer, Szekely Bela, Radio trader, Kovach Emeric, farmer, Varady Emeric, farmer, Szabo Antal, farmer, Kovach Ladislau, farmer, Olah Karoly, ploughman, Kovach Gabor, Szabo Ludovic and Szalanki; the last two were missing.

Keywords: Romanians, conviction, terrorist, Bihor, Curtuiuşeni


Anca OLTEAN, ASPECTS REGARDING THE ACTIVITY OF THE JEWISH DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE'S BRANCH OF ORADEA DURING 1945 – 1946, p. 233

Abstract - The activity of the Jewish Democratic Committee of Romania during its existence (1945 - 1953) is considered by many authors as controversial. The Communists tried to subordinate the Jewish Community by creating this organization. But the documents found in the local archives concerning the Jewish Democratic Committee's branch of Oradea reveal us that, in spite of gradual communist indoctrination, the Jewish Community remains united during the years 1945 - 1946. The Jews try to recuperate their property and to organize themselves on the country's and county's level, as well.

Keywords: Jews, organization, committee, Oradea, communism



Antonio FAUR, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC REALITIES IN TRANSYLVANIA AS SHOWN IN A FRENCH DIPLOMATIC DOCUMENT (1947), p. 239

Abstract - On 6 October 1947, the French consul Gabriel Richard sent a report to the French minister for Foreign Affairs, Georges Bidault, in which he informs on the most important economic and political realities in Romania, particularly in Transylvania. He noticed the fact that the measures adopted by the Romanian Government (such as, for instance, the cleaning of state officers, the monetary stability and the nationalisation of the great enterprises) aimed at deteriorating the material situation of those representing, one way or another, the opposition against the newly instituted regime in Romania after 6 March 1945. At the same time, the French diplomat noticed the ascent of the "left wing elements" in the leading bodies of the U.P.M. and the party control exerted on this Hungarian organisation in Romania.

Keywords: realities, economic, diplomatic, French, Transylvania



Sorin ŞIPOS, ON THE AVATARS OF THE WRITTEN WORK OF SILVIU DRAGOMIR AT THE ROMANIAN ACADEMY LIBRARY IN THE „POST-COMMUNIST" PERIOD, p. 245

Abstract - After intense endeavours of seven years, we were finally granted permission to consult Silviu Dragomir's documents on the Diploma of the Ioannite Knights in 1247. All these years, we have had the opportunity to see for ourselves what the fight against the post-communist censorship means.
The attempts to consult a manuscript donated to the Romanian Academy Library to be part of the scientific circuit, but inaccessible due to the leaders of the library have shown us that sometimes the communist ghosts still haunt Romania.

Keywords: History, Dragomir, manuscript, „Post-communist", Romania





Sergio NETO, CAPE VERDE BETWEEN EUROPE AND AFRICA MYTHS, UTOPIAS AND INSULARITY, p. 251

Abstract - During the 20th century, the archipelago of Cape Verde was object of a series of cultural and ideological constructions. Point of an Atlantic Portuguese-Brazilian triangle, Cape Verde represented, for the colonial politics of the "Estado Novo" [designation for the dictatorship period between 1933 and 1974, meaning New State], the best materialization of Gilberto Freyre's sociological theories and, therefore, a propaganda issue. It was also subject of speculation for writers, who looked forward to see in the archipelago the multiple perspectives of the utopian thought.
The present communication aims to analyze and to point out the origin of these constructions, relating them with the complex history of the archipelago.

Keywords: Propaganda, Ideology, Miscegenation, Insularity, Utopia



Clara Isabel SERRANO, TOWARDS THE 27. THE ENLARGEMENT IN SCHOOLBOOKS, p. 259

Abstract - Since the date on which the Six have joined efforts to create the European Economic Community, a long journey has been made by the European Union. Each enlargement has brought benefits to the European citizens and has brought new opportunities for those who shared the designs emerged from Rome, as well as has reinforced the wide cultural and linguistic diversity, hallmark of the European Union.
With the detailed study of the school manuals of basic and secondary education it is intended, therefore, to observe this period marked in the Contemporary History, always bearing in mind the highlight of their most significant aspects and, simultaneously, the reflection on the most important issues.

Keywords: History, Enlargement, Europe, Path, Rome



Sever DUMITRAŞCU, KURT HOREDT – IN MEMORIAM, p. 269

Abstract - Ipublish these two documents into Romanian as a respectful homage to our professor, particularly because, after his family's departure from Munich, "there were several disciples" who started to "gossip", making impermissible and unjust allegations against the one who could not defend himself (it was after 1973). Those who unjustly were using and had used the support of the Great Old Man, Constantin Daicoviciu, were attacking again. The world was as it is today - we know that from Eminescu - and we are like it. Gramaticii certant!

Keywords: Professor, Horedt, disputes, memoriam, documents
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