Project 4

The Romanian religious imaginary

The fourth ROMIMAG project is about the Religious Imaginary of the Romanians. Contemporary anthropologists regard religions as autonomous and self-sufficient systems capable of providing a complete and complete understanding of the world that give the identities of those communities. The analysis of religious beliefs in Romania, from the cults of antiquity to Christianity, in all its forms and confessions, is not only a way of preserving cultural diversity but also a form of social practice for learning mutual respect and acceptance of difference. It also makes it possible to evaluate not only the spiritual religious heritage but also the material, consisting of settlements, icons, stained glass, frescoes, bibles, manuscripts, printed texts, etc.

List of articles

Depuneri de piese de aur în sanctuarul în aer liber de la Oarţa de Sus (Carol Kacsó, Mărturii arheologice, Muzeul Judeţean Maramureş, seria „Colecţii muzeale” 1, Editura Nereamia Napocae, Baia Mare, 2004)

Vase cu protome de tauri de la Lăpuş, jud. Maramureş (Carol Kacsó, Mărturii arheologice, Muzeul Judeţean Maramureş, seria „Colecţii muzeale” 1, Editura Nereamia Napocae, Baia Mare, 2004)

Epifania lui Dionysos

Tumulul Sveshtari (Foto: c a by Interact-Bulgaria)

Mănăstirea de la Cârţa, jud. Sibiu

Judecata de Apoi, Biserica Mănăstirii Voroneţ, jud. Suceava (Foto: Sorin Marţian)

Biserica din Prejmer, jud. Braşov (Institutul Naţional al Patrimoniului, http://www.cimec.ro/Monumente/UNESCO/UNESCOro/Album/Transilvania/Prejmer/Album/imagini/B02_Prejmer.jpg)

Mănăstirea Putna, jud. Suceava, carte poştală (din arhiva personală Mircea-Gheorghe Abrudan)

Constantin Brâncoveanu cu familia sa şi voievozii Matei Basarab şi Neagoe Basarab. Tablou votiv, Biserica Sf. Împăraţi Constantin şi Elena, Mănăstirea Hurezi, jud. Vâlcea, 1694 (Foto: Elena Dana Prioteasa)

Cupola Catedralei greco-catolice Sfânta Treime, Blaj, jud. Alba (Foto: Cristian Barta)