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Romani Writers: Constantin S. Nicol?escu-Plop?or, Ian Hancock, Delia Grigore, Ronald Lee, Caren Gussoff, Veijo Baltzar, Louise Doughty Books LLC

Romani Writers: Constantin S. Nicol?escu-Plop?or, Ian Hancock, Delia Grigore, Ronald Lee, Caren Gussoff, Veijo Baltzar, Louise Doughty

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Published May 20th 2010
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Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Constantin S. Nicol escu-Plop or, Ian Hancock, Delia Grigore, Ronald Lee, Caren Gussoff, Veijo Baltzar, Louise Doughty, Ceija Stojka, Rajko uri, Ali Krasniqi, Bajram Haliti, Katarina Taikon, Regina Milbourne. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Constantin S. Nicolescu-Plopor or Nicolaescu-Plopor (Romanian pronunciation: April 20, 1900 May 30, 1968) was a Romanian historian, archeologist, anthropologist and ethnographer, also known as a and folkorist and childrens writer, whose diverse activities were primarily focused on his native region of Oltenia. Primarily interested in the Balkans prehistoric period, he researched various Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic sites in his native country, placing them in a larger European context while producing his own systems of Prehistoric chronology and typology. His main contributions to archeology include the classification of Oltenian microliths, the study of local cave paintings, and the disputed claim that a site in Tetoiu evidenced a regional contribution to anthropogenesis. Nicolescu-Plopor was also a politician and activist for the welfare of the Romani-Romanian minority, to which he belonged. Before World War II, he was one of the regional Oltenian leaders for the emerging Romani political movement, and a contributor to some of the first Romani-language newspapers in local history. His work in Romanian literature includes collections of Romanian folklore and Romani mythology, as well as original anecdotes and fairy tales with folkloric roots. An active collector of traditional items, he was also known for his activity as a museologist and head of the Museum of Oltenia in Craiova. Nicolescu-Plopor was born in Slcua, Dolj County. Of partial Romani Romanian ancestry, he was the descendant of Din...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=24233847