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Alexei Mateevici

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Alexei Mateevici
Alexei Mateevici - Foto02.jpg
Born(1888-03-27)March 27, 1888
Căinari, Bessarabia, Russian Empire
DiedAugust 24, 1917(1917-08-24) (aged 29)
Chișinău, Moldavian Democratic Republic
Resting placeChișinău Central Cemetery [ro]
OccupationGreek language teacher
LanguageRomanian
Alma materTheological Academy of Kiev
Notable worksLimba noastră (Our Language)
SpouseTeodora Borisovna Novitski

Alexei (or Alexe) Mateevici (Romanian pronunciation: [alekˈsej mateˈevitʃʲ, aˈlekse -]; March 27, 1888 – August 24, 1917) was one of the most prominent Moldovan poets in Bessarabia.

Biography

He was born in the town Căinari, in Eastern Bessarabia, which was part of the Russian Empire, now in the Republic of Moldova. He grew up in Zaim, Căușeni.[1] He studied at the theological school of Chișinău, and published his first poems (Țăranii (Peasants), Eu cânt (I sing), Țara (The Country)) in the newspaper Basarabia, where he also published two articles on Moldavian folklore. Mateevici later published several articles on religion in Moldavia.

Mateevici went on to study at the Theological Academy of Kiev, from which he graduated in 1914. In that year he married Teodora Borisovna Novitski. He returned to Chișinău, and became a Greek language teacher at the theological school. In the summer of 1917 he wrote the lyrics for Limba noastră (Our Language),[2] which has been the national anthem of Moldova since 1994. He also volunteered as a World War One Romanian front prest, at Mărășești great battle.

Mateevici on a 1998 stamp from Moldova; in the background are written quatrains from Limba noastră
Mateevici on a 1998 stamp from Moldova; in the background are written quatrains from Limba noastră

He died a month later of epidemic typhus, and was buried at the Chișinău Central Cemetery [ro]. The street leading to the cemetery now bears his name.

Bust of Mateevici in the Alley of Classics, in Chișinău
Bust of Mateevici in the Alley of Classics, in Chișinău

Honours

References

  1. ^ http://www.natura2000oltenita-chiciu.ro/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Moldova-Pitoreasca-Picturesque-Moldavia-pdf-Vladimir-Toncea.pdf
  2. ^ "De Ziua Limbii Române, "Limba noastră" va răsuna din turnul Primăriei Cluj". Ziua de Cluj (in Romanian). 2017-08-30. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  3. ^ Declarație privind restabilirea monumentului înălțat în grădina Catedralei în memoria eroilor naționali: Simion Murafa, Alexei Mateevici și Andrei Hodorogea
  4. ^ Mario-Ovidiu Oprea, Parliamentary Debates

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