Ştiinţa sacră la Dimitrie Cantemir, Abstract, Revista de Filosofie, nr. Dimitrie Cantemir şi ezoterismul baroc din Istoria ieroglifică, Trivium, nr.1/, Iaşi. Boboc, Alexandru, Pascal și axiologia contemporană, în volumul: Studii de Cantemir, Dimitrie, Istoria ieroglifică, Editura Litera Internaţional, București, File:Dimitrie Cantemir – Operele Principelui Demetriu Cantemiru, typărite de Societatea Academică Română. Volumul 6 – Istoria ieroglifică.
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Encyclopedist, ethnographer, geographer, philosopher, historian, linguist, musicologist, composer.
Cantemir was a polyglot known as one of the greatest linguists of his time, speaking and writing eleven languages. Copyright Office before January 1, Spiritul Cantemirist in Romanian.
Between and he wrote his most important creations. A few of Cantemir’s ierogliffica forty Ottoman compositions are still performed today as part isstoria the Turkish repertoire but his greatest service was in preserving traditional instrumental pieces by publishing them in a musical notation he developed from the Ottoman Turkish alphabet in his work Edvar-i Musikioffered as a present to Sultan Ahmed III in or and recently reprinted with modern explanations.
Retrieved 29 July This page was last edited on 17 Octoberat He also published the first critical history of Romania as a whole,  the Chronicle of the Antiquity of the Romano-Moldavo-Wallachians Hronicul vechimei a romano-moldo-vlahilorfrom to Believing Ottoman Turkey to be collapsing,  he placed Moldavia under Russian control through a secret agreement signed at Lutsk.
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Later scholarship contests many points owing to the dubiousness of some of Cantemir’s sources. His son AntiochRussia’s ambassador to Great Britain and France and a friend of Montesquieu and Voltairewould go on to be known as “the father of Russian poetry ierogllifica.
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Retrieved from ” https: Ion CreangaBucharest dimifrie Dimitrie learned Greek and Latin to read the classics as a child. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
Cantemir was married twice: This page was last edited on 9 Septemberat Constantin Duca Lupu Costachi. During his second term, he allied his state with Russia in their war against Moldavia’s Ottoman overlords; Russia’s defeat forced Cantemir’s family into exile and the replacement of the native voivodes by the Greek phanariots.
Cantemir’s son Antioch — was the Russian ambassador at London and Paris, a friend of Voltaire and Montesquieuand so influential a poet, satirist, and essayist as to be considered dd father of Russian poetry “. Inhe was named iztoria member of the Royal Academy of Berlin. Another son Constantin — was implicated in the Golitsyn conspiracy against the empress Anna and was exiled to Siberia. It remained the seminal work on the Ottoman Empire up to the middle of the 19th century; notably, it was used as a reference for Edward Gibbon ‘s own Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.
One of the houses inhabited by Dimitrie Cantemir during his exile in Constantinople was restored and opened as cante,ir museum in Descriptio Moldaviae  in  at the request of the Royal Academy in Berlin. Public domain Public domain false false.
Dimitrie or Demetrius   Cantemir Romanian pronunciation: Views Read Edit View history. The Age of Enlightenment.
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The first day showed a clear victory for the Moldovian troops, but as the days passed, a huge 72, army led by Pasha annihilated them and in just 4 days Moldova was occupied.