Stefan Ciobanu

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Birthday
11, 1883
Birthplace
Moldova
Death Date
Feb 28, 1950 (66)
Birth Sign
Scorpio
Birthday
11, 1883
Birthplace
Moldova
Death Date
Feb 28, 1950 (66)

About

Famous as both an historian and a high-ranking government official, he published important works such as Un Decument Inedit din Timurile lui Stefan cel Mare (1944) and Manastirea Tiganesti (1931) and served as Romania's Minister of Education.

Before Fame

After graduating from Kiev University, he published early-career historical works such as La Continuite Roumaine dans La Bessarabie, Annexee en 1812 par la Russie (1920) and Cultura Romaneasca in Basarabia sub Stapanirea Rusa (1923).

Trivia

He belonged to the Eastern Orthodox Church.

Family Life

Born in Talmaza, Bessarabia (present-day Moldova), he later relocated to Bucharest, Romania. His marriage to Anna Schmidt resulted in children named Alla and Valeriu.

Associated With

Born four decades apart, he and fellow Romanian scholar Randolph Braham both had prominent careers as historians.