The Prince’s Martyrdom and the End of the World: Constantin Brâncoveanu Romanian Heroic Epic Songs This paper aims to reconstruct the mythical background of the romanian epic-oral song about Constantin Brâncoveanu’s martyrdom. The historical figure of Brâncoveanu, prince of Wallachia between 1688 and 1714, who was beheaded by the Ottomans, in romanian folklore is conceived not simply as a saint and a sacred figure but as a cosmic figure as well.

Il martirio del principe e la fine del mondo: Constantin Brâncoveanu nei canti narrativi tradizionali romeni

CEPRAGA, DAN OCTAVIAN
2015

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The Prince’s Martyrdom and the End of the World: Constantin Brâncoveanu Romanian Heroic Epic Songs This paper aims to reconstruct the mythical background of the romanian epic-oral song about Constantin Brâncoveanu’s martyrdom. The historical figure of Brâncoveanu, prince of Wallachia between 1688 and 1714, who was beheaded by the Ottomans, in romanian folklore is conceived not simply as a saint and a sacred figure but as a cosmic figure as well.
2015
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