A. ȘMULEAC 1, Laura ȘMULEAC1, R. PAȘCALĂU1, G. POPECU1 1University of Life Sciences "King Mihai I" from Timisoara, 300645, 119, Calea Aradului, Timisoara, Romania
The first known information regarding the existence of this locality is related to the attestation of the church, namely in the tithe record of the Catholic deanery of Timișoara, where it appears under the name of Evsen, and in which it is shown that the priest Nicolae from Evsen paid the sum of 27 banals in 1333. In 1359 the Recaș commune was colonized with Romanian nobles named Stan, Neagu Vlaicu, Nicola and Vlad, who in 1361 were in litigation with the great owner of Izvin Posa Balazs for some lands, which they wanted to occupy. Until the Turkish domination, the great Hungarian owners owned the lands of Izvin: the Zeghary family (1443), Esaky, Bendek and Bennesk, then the Csornay family, the descendants of the Carpathians from Recas. On the maps of the times, until 1937, Izvin appeared under the name of Ósyeny. In 1552, Banat fell under Ottoman rule. In 1552, after the fall of the Timișoara citadel, Pasha Casîm restored the citadel's fortifications, with inhabitants trapped in Romanian villages and taken away by force, among them excused persons. Under Empress Maria Theresa (1770), the population of Izvin was also engaged in breeding. The hills on the northern side of the village are planted with vines; the picking was done only by supreme order, on Saint Michael's day, which corresponds to the day of Pious Paraschiva. The topographic surveys in this thesis were made with Leica equipment, GPS1200 system and the download of data resulting from measurements was made with Leica Geo Office Combined software. The coordinates were obtained in the WGS84 system, which were converted using TransDat 4.0 software into stereographic coordinates in 1970. In order to carry out the situation plan, the stereographic coordinates obtained 1970 were reported in AutoCAD. The farm for which the topographic surveys were made is located in Izvin, Timiș County and has a zootechnical profile. At the time of topographic measurements this farm was in a state of degradation and was not functional and there were no animals or animal feed deposits.
Leica GPS1200, Leica Geo Office Combined, Land Survey, Ortho-photoplane, GPS, Cadastre
geodesy engineering
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