In Romanian mythology, Meșterul Manole was the chief architect of the Curtea de Argeș Among them, Lucian Blaga (in his Meşterul Manole theatre play) brought forth a modern take on the myth. In Blaga’s version, Manole’s self- sacrifice is. Mesterul Manole (). Drama | TV Movie · Add a Plot». Director: Olimpia Arghir. Writer: Lucian Blaga Genres: Drama. Lucian Blaga (Manole the Craftsman: the Creator vs. the Creative Man. My contribution covered the characters of the drama Meşterul Manole (Manole the.

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Lucian Blaga was a commanding personality of the Romanian culture of the interbellum period. He was a philosopher and writer highly acclaimed for his originality, a university professor and a diplomat.

He later described his early childhood, in the autobiographical The Chronicle and the Song of Ages, as “under the sign of the incredible absence of the word”. At the outbreak of the First World War janole, he began theological studies at Sibiuwhere he graduated in He published his first philosophy article on the Bergson theory of subjective time.

From tohe attended courses at the University of Viennawhere he studied philosophy and obtained his PhD. Upon returning to Transylvanianow a part of Romania, he contributed messterul the Romanian press, being the editor of the magazines Culture in Cluj and The Banat in Lugoj. Inhe became involved in Romanian diplomacy, occupying successive posts at Romania’s legations in WarsawPragueLisbonBern and Vienna.

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His political protector was the famous poet Octavian Gogawho was briefly a prime minister; Blaga was a relative of his wife. He was elected a titular member of the Romanian Academy in Inhe became professor of cultural philosophy at the University of Clujtemporarily located in Sibiu in the years following the Second Vienna Award.

During his stay in Sibiu, he edited, beginning inthe annual magazine Saeculum. He was dismissed from his university professor chair in because he refused to express his support to the new Communist regime and he worked as librarian for the Cluj branch of the History Institute of the Romanian Academy. He was forbidden to publish new books, and until he was allowed to publish only translations.

He completed the translation of Faustthe masterpiece of Goetheone of the German writers that influenced him most. Still, the Romanian Communist government sent two emissaries to Sweden to protest against the nomination, because Blaga was considered an idealist philosopher, and his poems were forbidden until He was diagnosed with cancer and died on 6 May The University of Sibiu bears his name today. The fourth work, Cosmologica, was completed but not published at the time because of communist regime censorship.

Before death, Blaga left an editorial testament on how his works are to be published posthumously [2].

The novel Charon’s Ferry is intended to be a companion to the philosophical trilogies. Biography Lucian Blaga was a commanding personality of the Romanian culture of the interbellum period. At the outbreak of the First World War, he began theological studies at Sibiu, where he graduated in Named after the philosopher, poet, and playwright, Lucian Blaga, it was founded in with five schools: The theatre shares the same building with the Romanian Opera.


The last performance of the Hungarian troupe was held on Mesterl 30, and presented Shake Satu Vlaga Romanian pronunciation: Mentioned in the Gesta Hungarorum as castrum Zotmar “Zotmar’s fort”the city has a history going back to the Middle Ages.

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Today, it is an academic, cultural, industrial and business centre in northwestern Romania. The boundaries of the municipality contain an area of Blaga is both a surname and a given name.

Notable people with the name include: Look up Lucian in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Lucian may also refer to: People Lucian of Drams c.

The two hundred lei banknote is one of the circulating denomination of the Romanian leu.

It pictures, on the obverse a poet, Lucian Blaga, and on the reverse a watermill and a figurine known in Romania as the Hamangia Thinker Romanian: History In the past, the denomination was also in the coin form, as follows: First leu coin issues: For table standards, see the coin specification table.

Second leu no issues Third leu – ROL banknote issue: It broadcast initially on kHz with a power of watts. See also Border blaster John R. Texas Monthly Press, Austin. The following is a list of famous or notable Romanian language poets grouped by period of activity years link to corresponding “[year] in poetry” articles: Central University Library of Cluj-Napoca.

Its initial stock, about 18, volumes, was made up by gathering the collections received from the Law Academy of Sibiu, the Medical School and Government Archives of Cluj, and those of Iosif Benigni’s rich private collections. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio AM. Fowler, Gene; Crawford, Bill University of Texas Press. Multimedios Estrellas de Oro.

LBU is a three-letter acronym that may refer to: Romanian literature is literature written by Romanian authors, although the term may also be used to refer to all literature written in the Romanian language. Romanian culture was heavily influenced by the Eastern Orthodox Church, the official stance of the Romanian Church being that Orthodoxy was brought to the Romanian land by the Apostle Andrew. According to some modern Romanian scholars, the idea of early Christianisation is unsustainable, being used for propaganda purposes in the totalitarian era as part of the ideology of protochronism, which purports that the Orthodox Church has been a companion and defender of the Romanian people for its entire history.

The earliest translated books into Romanian were Slavonic religious texts from the 15th century. Gazeta de Transilvania was the first Romanian-language newspaper to be published in Transylvania. It played a very important role in the awakening of the Romanian national conscience in Transylvania, and sowed the seeds for the revolution of Historicity is the historical actuality of persons and events, meaning the quality of being part of history as opposed to being a historical myth, legend, or fiction.

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Historicity focuses on the true value of knowledge claims about the past denoting historical actuality, authenticity, and factuality.

The historicity of a claim about the past is its factual status. Other scholars characterize it as an attribute reserved to certain human phenomena, in agreement with the practice of historiography. Draa Lithuanian bagpipe was traditionally played at a variety of events, including May Day festivities,[2] and spring caroling. Retrieved 30 April This is a list of Romanian philosophers.

It is connected to the Unirii Square through the Eroilor and “21 Decembrie ” avenues. Names that cannot be confirmed in Wikipedia database nor through given sources are subject to removal.


If you would like to add a new name please consider writing about the person first. If a notable Romanian is missing and without article, please add your request for a new article here. However, this is not a list of all famous Romanians. This is a list of some of the most prominent Romanians.

It contains historical and important contemporary figures athletes, actors, directors etc. Most of the people listed here are of Romanian ethnicity, whose native tongue is Romanian.

There are also a few mentioned who were born in Romania and can speak Romanian, though not of Romanian ethnicity. The station initially received authorization to operate on kHz, soon sliding down to The FM migration was authorized in George Bacovia Romanian pronunciation: While he initially belonged to the local Symbolist movement, his poetry came to be seen as a precursor of Romanian Modernism and eventually established him in critical esteem alongside Tudor Arghezi, Lucian Blaga and Ion Barbu as one of the most important interwar Romanian poets.

At only six years of age he began his study of German. One autumn night, an oversight by the sexton led to his being locked overnight in the tower of the Precis This is a list of Romanian writers.

List of Romanian plays: Melnbach is a city in Alba County, central Romania, southern Transylvania. It is at the crossroads of two main highways in Romania: A1 motorway Romania passes north and east of the city. History It is believed that there has been an earlier rural settlement in this area, with Romanian and Pecheneg population, situated east of today’s city.


The city itself was built by German settlers – later referred as Transylvan The following is a list of medical schools or universities with a medical school in Europe.

The subtitles and publication frequency of the journal have changed several times: Mestterul Journal of Multidisciplinary Research in Humanities.

The journal was ranked in by the Romanian National Council for Scientific Research in Higher Education in seven Humanities categories as a periodical having serious cha Logo Main offices Humanitas Drmaa Currently, Humanitas publishes literature, books on philosophy, religion, social and political sciences, history, memoirs, popular science, children’s literature, and self-help books. Hermann Julius Oberth German: He is considered one of the founding fathers of rocketry and astronautics, along with the French Robert Esnault-Pelterie, the Russian Konstantin Tsiolkovsky and the American Robert Goddard.

In his youthful experiments, he arrived independently at the concept of the multistage rocket, but he lacked then the resources to pursue his idea on any mwnole With more than 41, students init is the largest university in the country. It b,aga one of the five members of the Universitaria Consortium the group of elite Romanian universities. He is the father of the composer and conductor Mihai Brediceanu.