Traian Herseni
Traian Herseni (February 18, 1907 – July 17, 1980) was a Romanian social scientist, journalist, and political figure. First noted as a favorite disciple of Dimitrie Gusti, he helped establish the Roma...
Alexandrina Cantacuzino
Alexandrina "Didina" Cantacuzino (born Alexandrina Pallady, also known as Alexandrina Grigore Cantacuzino; Francized Alexandrine Cantacuzène; September 20, 1876 – late 1944) was a Romanian political a...
Mircea Eliade bibliography
This is a bibliography of works by Mircea Eliade.
Radu Gyr
Radu Gyr (pen name of Radu Ștefan Demetrescu; March 2, 1905, Câmpulung-Muscel – 29 April 1975, Bucharest) was a Romanian poet, essayist, playwright and journalist.
Gyr was the son of actor C...
Sky father
In comparative mythology, sky father is a term for a recurring concept of a sky god who is addressed as a "father", often the father of a pantheon. The concept of "sky father" may also be taken to inc...
Deus otiosus
In theology, a Deus otiosus or "idle god" is a creator god who largely retires from the world and is no longer involved in its daily operation, a central tenet of Deism. A similar concept is that of t...
Constantin Petrovicescu
Constantin Petrovicescu ([konstanˈtin petroviˈt͡ʃesku]; October 22, 1883 – September 8, 1949) was a Romanian soldier and politician, who served as Interior Minister from September 14, 1940 to Ja...
Horia Sima
Horia Sima (July 3, 1907 – May 25, 1993) was a Romanian nationalist-fascist politician. After 1938, he was the second and last leader of the fascist-nationalist and antisemitic para-military mov...
Horia Sima - Wikipedia
Eugen Țurcanu
Eugen Țurcanu (8 July 1925 – 17 December 1954), Romanian political prisoner, was executed for his role in the Pitești Experiment. Initially sentenced to seven years' imprisonment for his members...
Ion Moța
Ion I. Moța [or Motza] (5 July 1902, Orăștie, Austria-Hungary—13 January 1937, Majadahonda, Spain) was the Romanian nationalist deputy leader of the Iron Guard killed in battle during the Spanis...
Ion Moța - Wikipedia
Dumitru Coroamă
Dumitru Coroamă (1885-?) was a Romanian soldier and fascist political activist, who held the rank of Major-General of the Romanian Army during World War II, and was especially known for his contributi...
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu ([korˈneliu ˈzele̯a koˈdre̯anu]; September 13, 1899 – November 30, 1938)—born Corneliu Zelinski and commonly known as Corneliu Codreanu—was a Romanian politician of the far rig...
Corneliu Zelea Codreanu - Wikipedia
Vasile Marin
Vasile Marin (Bucharest, January 29, 1904 - Majadahonda, January 13, 1937) was a Romanian politician, public servant and lawyer. A member of the National Peasants' Party until 1932, Vasile Marin becom...
Vasile Marin - Wikipedia
History of Religions (journal)
History of Religions (HR) is an academic journal published by the University of Chicago Press. It was founded in 1961 by Mircea Eliade. It publishes articles that study religious phenomena from prehis...
History of Religions (journal) - Wikipedia
Leon Șușman
Leon Șușman was a member of the Fascist paramilitary organization Iron Guard who, after the Soviet occupation of Romania, became the leader of an armed anti-communist resistance group in the Apuseni M...
Ion Gavrilă Ogoranu
Ion Gavrilă Ogoranu (January 1, 1923 - May 1, 2006) was a member of the fascist paramilitary organization The Iron Guard, who between 1948 and 1956, after the Soviet occupation of Romania, became the ...
Valerian Trifa
Valerian Trifa (monastic name of Viorel D. Trifa, known in Eastern Orthodox Church records as Valerian (Trifa); June 28, 1914 – January 28, 1987) was a Romanian Orthodox cleric and fascist political a...
Bartolomeu Anania
Bartolomeu Anania (March 18, 1921 – January 31, 2011), born Valeriu Anania, was a Romanian Orthodox bishop, translator, writer and poet; he was the Metropolitan of Cluj, Alba, Crişana and Maramureş.