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  • Vlastimil Jansa
    Vlastimil Jansa (born November 27, 1942) is a Czech chess player. He was awarded the titles of International Master, in 1965, and Grandmaster, in 1974, by FIDE. He learned chess while in hospital at...
  • Jansa (deceased)
    GEDCOM Source ===@R503570462@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. === GEDCOM Source ===Ancestry Fami...
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About the Jansa surname

Jansa families in Central Europe may somehow be related to Yanesha tribe in the Holy Land of America ,
known also as Amoesha .

They may well be descended from E-Wa-Sha-Ma-'A ,from the country of Bawa-Te-Lak-Ham-Me ,
after which topnyms and ethnonyms in the region sounding T'hambo may be named .
The ancestor of tribes belonging to it was Ak-Haya-Ra ,son of Ak-Kel-Laya-Bawa ,likely called by Greeks
fostered by the same traditions based on the same historical facts ,Héraklés ,that is Haya-wa-Ra-Ak-Kel .
His mother was A-'An-Para-Teha ,mother of the original Peruvian Arawaks ,as her name was preserved in India
until some time ago as Aparántha ,referring to the territory now called Maharashtra ,that is in turn a Hindu
translation of the Dravidic expression Peru-Nadu ,both meaning Big Country .

Bawa-Te-Lak-Ham-Me was also the place,as it is known from the Byble ,where the ancestors of the king of
the Hoy Land,of Ed-Da-ya-Wa-Da had lieved .Their successors may be among the Harakmbut people of Peru
and among the Campa, called also Ashaningha,likely after one of their founding fathers ,A-Neg-Ha-Sha-yan-Na .
Some Arawakan dialects of Peru may show similarities with Samoyedic langauges ,spoken by people in Asia
probably descended from one of the sons of Ganda ,king of Kashshu,the generica ancestor of "Finno-Ugrians",

brother of A-Wa-Hayat-Daha ,ancestor of Ak-Haya-Ra .

One of Ganda's sons was E-Sha-yan-Nawa ,after whom Skandinavia ,as Sha-Ganda-yan-Nawa may be named .
Yanesha might have got their nam for him too .
Levites of Ganda speak Slavic languages ,whereas those of his brother mainly Iranian ones .

Amoesha and other Peruvian Arawak dialects contain a great deal of Mapuche words ,that may be an Inca

heritage to them .

Such are for example MAPU stone MAPU earth,MACHI sorcerer MACHI sorcerer ,QANTRÖRR seven KAN-TRÜRR
other-being-pair ,and some others .

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Bucurescu,Vajda,Inca,Arauco,Dragovic,Singer,Szynka,Balkhi,Malkar,Seok,Medelpad,Modok,Kim and others !

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