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Alexandru Paleologu Romanian pronunciation: He is the father of historian Theodor Paleologu. Paleologu was born in Bucharestinto an ancient Romanian boyar family that claimed descent from the last ruling dynasty Palaiologos of the Byzantine Empire.

They had moved from Lesbos Island to the Danubian Principalities at the beginning of the 18th century. Alexandru Paleologu’s father, Alexandfu Paleologu was a lawyer and National Liberal Member of Parliamentlater general secretary in the Ministries of Justice and of Finance, who was known for his laexandru with Grigore Iunian.

Inafter the Royal Coup that overthrew Ion Antonescu ‘s dictatorship and took Romania out of the AxisPaleologu took part in the Romanian committee of the armistice with the Allies and, between andworked for the Romanian Royal Ministry of External Affairs. InPaleologu was arrested and sentenced to 14 years of forced labour.

In prison, he met many other important people in Romanian culture such as Constantin Noica and Alexandru Ivasiuc. He was freed inand he worked at the same Institute in the Theatre section.

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He was the literary secretary of the Constantin Nottara Theatre of Bucharest and, inhe became a member of the Romanian Writers’ Union.

After the Romanian Revolution ofhe was named ambassador of Romania to France starting February 1,but he was replaced in June because he was a sympathiser of the Golaniad movement of University Square he was the self-styled “ambassador of the hooligans” – ambasadorul golaniloras well due to his pro- monarchist views. He was a National Liberal senator for Vrancea on Romanian Democratic Convention lists following the electionand reelected for Bucharest during the suffrage serving until Biography Paleologu was born in Bucharest, into an ancient Romanian boyar family that claimed descent from the last ruling dynasty Palaiologos of the Byzantine Empire.

Alexandru Paleologu’s father, Mihail Paleologu was a lawyer and National Liberal Member of Parliament, later general secretary in the Ministries of Justice and of Finance, who was known for his association with Grigore Iunian.

Alexandru is the Romanian form of the name Alexander. Common diminutives are Alecu, Alex, and Sandu. The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek feminine noun a-re-ka-sa-da-ra, transliterated as Alexandrawritten in Linear B syllabic script.

In the Iliad, the character Paris is known also as Alexander.

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Paleologu in Theodor Paleologu Romanian pronunciation: Paleologu may refer to: 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 alexandrh 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 paleollogu in Romania and can speak Romanian, though not of Romanian ethnicity. Mircea Dinescu Romanian pronunciation: This is a list of Romanian writers.

This is a list of Romanian diplomats. Most of these people made at least a significant portion of their career in the Romanian or foreign diplomatic services. He played a major role in the French entry into the First World War, when he was the French ambassador to Russia and supported the Russian mobilization against Germany that led to world war. The family’s relation to the Palaiologos Byzantine Imperial family is doubtful, though Alexandru’s ancestors claimed it at the end of the 17th century.


He worked in many genres, but is best remembered for his parody texts and his epigrams, and less so for his Symbolist verse. After an unsuccessful but scandalous debut in drama, Teodoreanu perfected his work as a satirist, producing material which targeted the historian-politician Nicolae Iorga and the literary scholar Giorge Pascu, as well Freemasonry in Alezandru traces its origins to the eighteenth century.

Following an intricate history, all organised Freemasonry in the country ceased during the Communist era, although some lodges continued to operate in exile overseas. Freemasonry returned to Romania in the s.

During the same period in Transylvania, kno Greeks in Romania There has been a Greek presence in Romania for at least 27 centuries. At times, as during the Phanariote era, this presence has laexandru to hegemony; at other times including the presentthe Greeks have simply been one among the many ethnic minorities in Romania. History Ancient and medieval periods The Greek presence in what is now Romania dates back as far as the apoikiai colonies and emporia trade stations founded in and around Dobruja see Colonies in antiquity and Pontic Greeksbeginning in the 7th century BC.

Starting with the Milesian colony at Aalexandru, the process reached its height after Tomis was founded in the 5th century BC. Although forever subject to the Dacian interference and easily disrupted by changes in the politics of neighbour tribal chieftains, the colonies prospered until being briefly submitted in various forms by King Burebista late 1st century BC.

Immediately after, and for the following centuries, they were alexanndru of their privileges by their The People’s Salvation Cathedral Romanian: Events from the year in Romania.

Having briefly engaged in politics during the early alexandur, after the fall of the Communist regime, he has remained a leading figure of the Romanian civil society. A founding member of both the Group for Social Dialogue and the Civic Alliance, he was the latter’s vice-president between and Nicolae Steinhardt Romanian pronunciation: Due to his lineage from his father side, he was to be subject to anti-semitic discrimination during the fascist governments of World War II Romania.

Between andhe attended Spiru Haret primary school and college in Bucharest, where, despite his background, he was taught Religion by a Christian priest. This is a list of Romanian painters.

This is a list of notable Freemasons. Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation that exists in a number of forms worldwide.

Throughout history some members of the fraternity have made no secret of their involvement, while others have not made their membership public.

In some cases, membership can only be proven by searching through the alexsndru records. Such records are most often kept at the individual lodge level, alexandrk may be lost due to fire, flood, deterioration, paleolog simple carelessness. Grand Lodge governance may have shifted or reorganized, resulting in further loss of records on the member or the name, number, location or even existence of the lodge in question.

In areas of the world where Masonry has been suppressed by governments, records of entire grand lodges have been destroyed. Because of this, masonic membership can sometimes be difficult to verify. Standards of “proof” for those on this list may vary widely; some figures with no verified lodge affiliation are claimed as Masons if reliable sour Paleoloug Zarifopol November 30, — May 1, was a Romanian literary and social critic, essayist, and literary historian.

The scion of an aristocratic family, formally trained in both philology and the sociology of literature, he emerged in the s as a rebel, highly distinctive, voice among the Romanian press and book reviewers.

He was a confidant and publisher of the Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale, building his paleklogu on Caragiale’s already trenchant appraisals of Romanian society and culture. He was also a noted censurer of neoclassical trends, of philistinism, and of inauthentic customs, advocating renewal, but not revolution.


A skeptic reviewer of modernist literature, he reemerged during the interwar as its dedicated promoter, but his preference for literary entertainment over substance and many of his literary bets were shor Sfera Politicii in Romanian for “The Political Sphere” is a monthly political science magazine, published in Romania since History and profile Sfera Politicii was first published in December Retrieved 23 April One of the most prolific Romanian-language writers, he is remembered mostly for his historical and adventure novels, as well as for his nature writing.

His books, critically acclaimed for their vision of age-old solitude and natural abundance, are generally set in the historical region of Moldavia, building on themes from Romania’s medieval and early modern history.

The following is a list of notable people who died in September September 1 Terry Albritton, 50, American shotputter. Manuel Ausensi, 85, Spanish opera singer. Burnside, 78, Allexandru blues musician. Barry Cowsill, 50, American pop-singer and writer, victim of Hurricane Katrina. Marinsky, 87, American chemist, co-discoverer of the element Promethium.

Hermann Michael, 68, German conductor, aplastic anemia. Bob Denver, 70, American actor Gilligan’s Islandcomplications from cancer treatment. Fitter, 92, British natural historian. Geo Bogza Romanian pronunciation: As a young man in the interwar period, he was known as a rebel and was one of the most influential Alexanru Surrealists.

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Several of his controversial poems twice led to his imprisonment on grounds of obscenity, and saw him partake in the conflict between young and old Romanian writers, as well as in the confrontation between the avant-garde and the far right. At a later stage, Bogza won acclaim for his many and accomplished reportage pieces, being one of the first to cultivate alexanddu genre in Romanian literature, and using it as a venue for social criticism.

After the establishment of Communist Romania, Bogza adapted his style to Socialist realism, and became one of the most important literary figures to have serviced the government. With time, he became a subtle critic of the regime, especially un Ornea; August 28, — November 14, was a Romanian cultural historian, literary critic, biographer and book publisher. The author of several monographs focusing on the evolution of Romanian culture in general and Romanian literature in particular, he chronicled the debates and meeting points between conservatism, nationalism, and socialism.

Written as expansions of ;aleologu study were Ornea’s biographical essays on some of the period’s leading theorists: Ornea, who spent much of his career under the communist regime, began by following a dissenting form of Marxism, objecting to the official censors Esteban Baciu; October 29, — January 6, was a Romanian and Brazilian poet, novelist, publicist and academic who lived his later life in Hawaii.

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A precocious, award-winning, young author in interwar Romania, he was involved in editing several literary magazines. Attracted into left-wing democratic politics and the Social Democratic Party PSDRhe camouflaged his views while working for the fascist press under dictatorial regimes, but returned in to manage the PSDR’s Libertatea newspaper.

Witnessing first-hand the gradual communist takeover, Baciu managed to have himself assigned to a diplomatic posting in Switzerland, and ultimately defected in A resident and then citizen of Brazil, and a traveler throughout Latin America, he wrote works in Portuguese, Spanish, English and German, as well as in his native Romanian. Involved with the Congress for Cultural Freedom and a friend of independent socialists such as Juan Bosch, Baciu spok Paul Georgescu Romanian pronunciation: