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  Neagoe Basarab
Neagoe Basarab was the ruler of Wallachia between 1512 and 1521.
Born in the boyar family of the Craiovesti as the son of Basarab cel Tanar ("the young"), Neagoe Basarab was a wise and balanced ruler.
Neagoe Basarab wrote one of the old Romanian literary masterpieces, called "Învaturile lui Neagoe Basarab catre fiul sau Teodosie" ("The Teachings of Neagoe Basarab to his son, Theodosie"), in which he touches various subjects as philosophy, diplomacy, morals and ethics, etc.
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 St Nephon and Voivode Neagoe Basarab   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On the left, in an attitude of prayer, is the ruling Prince of Wallachia, Neagoe Basarab, wearing a crown.
Neagoe was also responsible for the construction in 1515 of a gilded silver reliquary in the shape of a church, which contains the saint's relics and is still in the monastery today (Millet - Pargoire - Petit 1904, no. 465, pp.
In 1518, Neagoe took Nephon's head and right hand to the capital of Wallachia, Curtea de Arges, where, at the invitation of Neagoe's predecessor, Radulu, the saint had worked to sustain the Orthodox faith of his subjects.
www.culture.gr /2/21/218/218ab/e218ab38.html   (290 words)

  
 Site Template -- Geneology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It was during the Basarab dynasty.s succession crisis of the 1509-1511 years that the Craiovescu decided to request the Wallachian throne again, after a century of being apart from the Principality.s politics.
Natural son of the Prince Basarab III *the Young* and of Neaga Craiovescu (wife of the Viceroy of Oltenia), Neagoe Craiovescu used the lineage to claim the throne.
But Matei Brancoveanu Basarab*s most outstanding accomplishments are related to the vast cultural work that he embarked upon, which may be compared to that of Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521), whose political and dynastic model he followed, and to Constantin Brancoveanu*s (1688-1714), descended, like he was, from the Brancoveanu family of boyars.
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 Culture - Architecture - Curtea de Arges Monastery
Coonsidering all the monuments of the residence of the Wallachian princes in Arges, the church founded by the pious prince Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521) is one of the most important contructions of art and religious architecture.
Begun in 1514 by Neagoe Basarab's will to have a wonderful monument built, the church was erected on the very place of the first Metropolitanate of Wallachia, under Prince's supervision and following master Manole's advice, being built in stone of Albesti, marble and mosaic brought from Constantinople.
Considering the present image of the monastery, Neagoe Basarab's foundation is still keeping its past splendour and greatness, being an evidence of the creative spirit of the Romanian nation over the centuries.
www.ici.ro /romania/en/cultura/a_curteadearges.html   (481 words)

  
 Comenius - Transnational Learning Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Considering all the monuments that used to be residences of the Wallachian princes in Arges county, the church founded by the pious prince Neagoe Basarab is one of the most important constructions illustrating art and religious architecture.
Although unfinished, in 1517 Prince Nagoe Basarab decided that the Monastery of Curtea de Arges should be consacrated on the Assumption of the Virgin.
Neagoe Basarab's follower, Radu from Afumati did everything that had still to be done for the church,as by his marriage to Ruxandra (Neagoe Basarab's daughter) he had taken over not only the rights, but also the duties of founder of the monastery.
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 Neagoe Basarab - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neagoe Basarab pictured on the murals of the Curtea de Argeş Monastery
During his reign the Curtea de Argeş Monastery was built in 1517 by the legendary craftsman Meşterul Manole.
Neagoe Basarab wrote one of the old Romanian literary masterpieces, called "Învăţăturile lui Neagoe Basarab către fiul său Teodosie" ("The Teachings of Neagoe Basarab to his son, Theodosie"), in which he touches various subjects as philosophy, diplomacy, morals and ethics, etc.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neagoe_Basarab   (237 words)

  
 Cultural Romtour - Welcome to your virtual guide, if you want to travel in Romania
The Episcopal Church, or the Monastery of Curtea de Arges, was founded by prince Neagoe Basarab between 1514-1517, on the site of a metropolitan church which had been raised in the 14th century and acknowledged by the Archbishopric of Constantinople in 1359.
Indeed Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521) would be known in history as the Black Prince, and it is a real fact that the church master builder's name whom he had brought from Nicosia was Manole.
Neagoe Basarab and his wife Stina are also buried in the pronaos.
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 Lidia's Romani Journal
The church was repaired in 1517 by prince Neagoe Basarab and the fountain in front of the monastery that bears his name was made at the same time.
The Monastery of Curtea de Arges, was founded by prince Neagoe Basarab between 1514-1517, on the site of a metropolitan church which had been raised in the 14th century and acknowledged by the Archbishopric of Constantinople in 1359.
Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521) is known in history as the Black Prince, and it is a real fact that the church master builder's name whom he had brought from Nicosia was Manole.
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 Neagoe Basarab -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Neagoe Basarab was the ruler of (additional info and facts about Wallachia) Wallachia between 1512 and 1521.
Born in the (additional info and facts about boyar) boyar family of the Craiovesti as the son of Basarab cel Tânăr ("the young"), Neagoe Basarab was a wise and balanced ruler.
He encouraged the development of crafts and trade, while on the foreign policy, he tried to maintain good relations with the other powerful neighbour, (A republic in central Europe) Hungary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/n/ne/neagoe_basarab.htm   (158 words)

  
 Voyager tourism
The church was painted in 1514 during the reign of Neagoe Basarab.
Matei Basarab (1632-1654) reinforced the walls of the city, repaired the old churches and built new ones.
In an extension of the main enclosure the St. Friday's Church and Princess Balasa's Houses are to be found, near the ruins of Dionisie Lupu's House.
www.onlineservice.ro /voyager/en/targoviste.html   (489 words)

  
 Portrait of Neagoe Basarab and his son Theodosios   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
n this small panel are portrayed, turning three-quarters to the right, the busts of the ruling Prince of Wallachia, Neagoe Basarab (1512-21), and his son Theodosios.
The spiritual bond between Neagoe and Nephon is illustrated in icon no. 2.38 from Dionysiou Monastery, which is displayed in the exhibition.
his portrait of the monastery's founders, Neagoe Basarab and his son Theodosios, is distinguished by its realism and was part of a trend for painting similar portraits of the rulers of Romania and Russia in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (Pucko 1987, pp.
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 Prince Matei Basarab
But Matei Basarab’s most outstanding accomplishments are related to the vast cultural work that he embarked upon, which may be compared to that of Neagoe Basarab (1512-1521), whose political and dynastic model he followed, and to Constantin Brâncoveanu’s (1688-1714), descended, like he was, from the Brâncoveni family of boyars.
Following the example of his forefather, Neagoe Basarab, Matei Basarab raised churches and monasteries abroad too, whether south of Danube (St.Petca of Vidin and St.Peter and Paul in Svishtov) in Moldavia (Soveja and Dobromira Monasteries) or Transylvania (Porcesti Church).
The architecture of Matei Basarab’s churches and monasteries epitomizes the Wallachian art style in the 17th century, which is coherent and unitary.
www.nrw2000.de /comenius/romania/mateibas.html   (788 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Wallachia
In the 14th century, along with the decline of the neighboring Byzantine, Bulgarian, Hungarian and Tatar states, several feudal states formed in the south and the east of the Carpathian Mountains - Wallachia under Basarab I (around 1330) and Moldavia under Bogdan I (around 1359).
Posada Battle Basarab I was an early ruler of the principality of Wallachia, known as ÃŽntemeietorul (The Founder) (c.
Neagoe Basarab and his son Theodosie (greek icon from the Dionysiou Monastery) Neagoe Basarab was the ruler of Wallachia between 1512 and 1521.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Wallachia   (3124 words)

  
 Voyager Tourism
– the old capital of Wallachia, the residence of the first Basarab princes, boast valuable monuments of art due to which the town is known as an important tourist center, a genuine museum of the Romanian history placed in a picturesque natural scenery.
A treasure of the Romanian painting, the monument preserves frescoes from three periods, the most valuable being the original painting from the time of princes Vladislav I Vlaicu and Radu I. The masterly harmonized colors, the diversity of human physiognomies confers a great artistic value to these frescoes besides their historical significance.
Just as his forefathers, Neagoe Basarab linked his name to Curtea de Arges forever, founding one of the artistic masterpieces in Romania and even in Europe-the Arges Monastery, becoming a ballad hero.
www.onlineservice.ro /voyager/en/arges.html   (229 words)

  
 Princess Roxanda at Curtea de Arges   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The fresco on the stamp above, displayed on the left, shows the Walachian prince Neagoe Basarab, the initial founder of the cathedral and the first prince who was buried there, in 1521.
Apart from some seventeenth and eighteenth century retouches (partially removed during the restoration) the quality of his art is still noticeable in the precise and delicate drawing of the faces with oblong eyes and curved eyelashes, the warm and light modeling of the flesh.
The votive painting in the pronaos of the cathedral in Curtea de Arges fully reveal the atmosphere at the court of Neagoe Basarab (see again the stamp on top, on the left side), a prince whose strong personality influenced the south-eastern Christian orthodox civilization at the beginning of the sixteen century.
www.marci-postale.com /Romania/Bucharest/Roxanda/roxanda.htm   (530 words)

  
 The Letter of Neacsu from Campulung
is built from the order of Neagoe Basarab.Built entirely of smoothed stone, it presents a complex plan resulting from the enlarging of the funeral space that frames the pronaos ; it has four spires and a very rich sculptured decoration of Caucasian and Moslem inspiration.
The re-building of the Snagov monastery, an important monument of the time of Neagoe Basarab, building of the athonit type, with a remarkable apparent-brick decoration.
Neagoe sustains one of the claimants to the throne, Trif
archweb.cimec.ro /Istorie/neacsu/eng/referinte.htm   (571 words)

  
 Historical of Aninoasa commune
In the time of the regency of Vlad The Monk (1482 - 1495), the Aninoasa village was lost with "bad cunning" ("cu rea hiclenie") by the grandfather of Hamza The Turk ; the regnant gave it to an crony of his named Miclo.
At the beneficence of Neagoe had benn added afterwards that of Radu vodă Bădica, that gave the perperii (coins) received from the village vineyards (8 november 1523).
Those that continued the workmanship were Vlăduţ waivode and, afterwards, Neagoe Basarab (1512 - 1521), the regnant so linked to the Târgovişte history trought his buildings.
www.primariaaninoasa.ro /en/istoric.php   (4195 words)

  
 Architecture in Craiova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cosuna Monastery, built in 1483, amoung its founders is Neagoe Basarab, prince of Wallachia (1512 - 1521).
The Church St Apostoli, dates from the 15th century, and it is reminded in a document from Matei Basarab -1635.
It was built in 1652, Matei Basarab's principal foundation, in Banie area of Craiovesti.
www.oltenia.ro /cv/architecture.html   (327 words)

  
 Churches and monasteries
The monastery was built by Neagoe Basarab in 1517 and amazes by richness, pomp and glamour.
It was rebuilt by Matei Basarab in 1640 and By Constantin Brancoveanu in 1699.
It was built by Vlaicu Voda Basarab, at the advice of Serb Monk Nicodim, between 1375 - 1378.
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 Turism.ro - Descopera Romania !   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This church, with a Byzantine structure, was built by the ruler Basarab I approximately in 1352.
The legend tells that the church was built by a team of ten workers supervised by the Master Manole who immured his living wife in the church's walls - the supreme sacrifice for creation.
An island of the lake Snagov, 35 km away from Bucharest, reveals a church built in 1521 by Neagoe Basarab.
www.mtromania.ro /oferta_eng/descopera_romania/manastiri/muntenia.htm   (664 words)

  
 Exterior Painting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The cultural Romanian patronage was a side of our civilisation, the sign of the assuming of a noble mission in an era of difficult trials for the civilisation of a big part of the Mediterranean basin.
It was a characteristic feature for Stefan cel Mare, a protector of the monasteries of big and old culture from Athos, for Neagoe Basarab and Vasile Lupu as well.
Their contemporaries compared them, in the hyperbolic manner of the age, with the famous emperor Justinian of the early Byzantium, for their extraordinary munificence.
www3.europole.u-nancy.fr /anglais/RO/romania/4_3_2_4.htm   (455 words)

  
 TABLOUL daniilor în bani (cunoscute) făcute de Voevozii români la Athos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Matei Basarab pays the taxes for the whole of Athos.
Neagoe Basarab: 7,000 aspros [each year on Epiphany]
Neagoe Basarab: increased annual donation to 10,000 aspros, 500 aspros for the travelling collector, 700 aspros for the hospital
www.csbi.ro /gb/tablou_athos_1.html   (617 words)

  
 ARGES County   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Situated in the central part of Romania, near by the Carpathians, about 150 km far from Bucharest, Curtea de Arges was the first capital city of our country in 1330 and here there are valuable art monuments, a true museum of the Romanian history in a wonderful landscape.
The Princely Church, built by the Basarab family in the XIV-th century as a Byzantine classical church, is a valuable Romanian mediaeval monument of art and architecture.
Here there are frescos from there different periods of times but the most valuable is the one dating back from rulers Vladislav I Vlaicu and Radu I. The monastery of Curtea de Arges built in stone of Albesti, by Neagoe Basarab (1512 1521) is one of the finest historic monuments of Romania.
clubromania.ro /romania/counties/arges   (881 words)

  
 Tourism - Northern Oltenia - Tismana Monastery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On the same place Radu cel Mare built one of the most important monuments of the Wallachian architecture from the begining of the 16th century.
During Neagoe Basarab's times the church is looked with interest and is covered with lead.
The surrounding walls were restored during the ruling of Neagoe Basarab, rewarding Tismana that defended his against enemy attacks.
www.ici.ro /romania/en/turism/no_tismana.html   (288 words)

  
 First of Romania's Red Scorpions leave for Iraq
Dubbed the Red Scorpions -- the name that made them famous in Afghanistan -- the troops from the Neagoe Basarab 26th Infantry Battalion based in Craiova, southern Romania, will be stationed in the Al-Nassiyria area in Iraq.
Their task is to patrol the area, monitor traffic, escort missions in urban areas, support humanitarian missions and to guard fixed and mobile check-points.
The Neagoe Basarab Battalion has previously taken part in peace-keeping missions in Angola, Albania, Afghanistan and the Balkans.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/library/news/iraq/2004/01/iraq-040120-pla-daily04.htm   (187 words)

  
 Wallachia
A specific characteristic of Romanian history in the Middle Ages, until the Modern Period, is that they lived in three adjacent, but autonomous principalities - Wallachia, Moldavia and Transylvania.
In the fourteenth century, along with the decline of the neighboring empires (Poles, Hungarians, Tatars), several feudal states formed in the south and the east of the Carpathian Mountains - Wallachia under Basarab I (around 1360) and Moldavia under Bogdan I (around 1359).
In the second half of the fourteenth century, a new threat appeared - the Ottoman Empire.
usapedia.com /w/wallachia.html   (289 words)

  
 ECO VALAHIA - Valcea: Touristic roads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is a lords' place for rest: Vlad Dracu, Neagoe Basarab, Michel The Brave.
It is the highest Monastery of the country (840 m) settled on a mountain road, nothing outruns it in wildness.
This "nest of eagles" where the lord Matei Basarab, is resting, has a legendary history.
www.ecovalahia.ro /v_roads.html   (340 words)

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