Elsa Bruckmann
Elsa Bruckmann (23 February 1865 – 7 June 1946), born Princess Cantacuzene of Romania, was the wife of Hugo Bruckmann, publisher of the writings of Houston Stewart Chamberlain. She held the "sal...
John (knez)
John, also Joan or Ioan, was a cneaz (local chieftain or ruler) mentioned in a diploma issued by king Béla IV of Hungary (1235-1270) on 2 July 1247; the diploma granted territories to the Knights Hosp...
Princess Sophie of Romania
Princess Sophie of Romania, former Princess of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, (born 29 October 1957, Tatoi Palace, Athens, Greece) is the fourth daughter of former King Michael I of Romania and his wife Q...
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Vîrnav
Vîrnav is the name of an old Romanian aristocratic family. Its first notable member, Petrache Vîrnav, established himself in modern-day northern Moldavia in 1802. His descendent Nicu Vîrnav donated on...
Dimitrie Cantemir
Dimitrie Cantemir ([diˈmitri.e kanteˈmir]; 1673–1723) was twice Prince of Moldavia (in March–April 1693 and in 1710–1711). He was also a prolific man of letters – philosopher, historian, composer, mus...
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Vasile Pogor
Vasile V. Pogor (Francized Basile Pogor; August 20, 1833 – March 20, 1906) was a Moldavian-born Romanian poet, philosopher, translator and liberal conservative politician, one of the founders of Junim...
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Prince Nicholas of Romania
Prince Nicholas of Romania (Romanian: Nicolae de România; also known, after 1937, as Nicolae Brana; 5 August/18 August 1903, Peleş Castle – 9 June 1978, Madrid) was the second son of King Ferdinan...
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Ionică Tăutu
Ionică Tăutu (usual rendition of Ion Tăutu; 1798—1828) was a Moldavian low-ranking boyar, Enlightenment-inspired pamphleteer, and craftsman ("an engineer by trade", according to Alecu Russo).