Tropaeum Augusti (France) and Tropaeum Traiani (Romania): A Comparative Study

Two Roman trophees, Tropaeum Augusti (or Trophée des Alpes) and Tropaeum Traiani, survived the time in France and Romania. They are considered to be the birth certificates of the French and Romanian peoples. The edifices, preserved in different ways over time, are particularly attractive tourist attractions in both countries. The two monuments are not only an ancient edifice dedicated to the victories of the Romans over the defeated peoples, but it is also a summum of scientific thought, of the age applied in the art of construction. The analysis of the technique of accomplishment of the two monuments highlights the Romans’ understanding in architecture. Moreover, the two monuments stand out for the same destiny. The two edifices outline the history of the two countries. The architects applied the principles set up by Vitruvius Pollio in De Architecture. The restoration works of the trophees from La Turbie and Adamclisi are emblematic. The trophies dedicated to Augustus and Trajan signify the honors devoted to the two emperors; the Romans attributed them the feeling of the deity, so that the fate of the emperors is assimilated as sons of God, promised to be divine. Both trophies record the deeds of their heroes.

Dezvoltarea subsecventă a termenului de canon în primele secole creștine

Sunt ferm convins că într-un fervent al societății actuale, caracterizat de haos și dezbinări, Biserica  poate deveni  colacul de salvare pentru noi toți atâta vreme cât aceasta prin sfintele canoane asigură un echilibru spiritual conducător către apropierea de Hristos. Numai în aceste condiții se poate accepta unul dintre adevărurile  potrivit căruia Biserica  prin concomitența dintre canonicitate și legea administrativ eclezială poate fi acceptată ca  o  realitate pe care toți credincioșii trebuie să o urmeze respectând principiile canonice.

Putinjugend: The Pro-Kremlin Youth Movement Nashi

This study investigates the dialectic between party politics and contentious street politics. a concept central to the personality of the youth organisation Nashi, also known as Putinjugend, which supports the Kremlin. Following the Colour Revolution, the movement was created in Russia in 2005, with the Putin administration’s support. As a result, the study is based on a theoretical framework that emphasises the growing significance of divided politics in forming Nashi’s worldview. Nashi’s responsibilities grew over time to include fostering youth involvement in party politics. They do, however, enjoy government support. Nashi’s continued participation in contentious politics in support of the Putin administration. In addition to the theoretical framework, the paper focuses on a case study: backing demonstrations in Moscow in December 2000, when Nashi declares its support for President Putin.

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