||He is press
secretary, and then counselor at the Romanian Legacy in Vienna
poet's mother, Nina Blaga, dies in Sibiu at the age of 74
receives the C. Hamagiu prize of the Romanian Academy for his
dramatic and poetic activity from the latest years
9 May Lucian Blaga is born in Lancrăm, near Alba Iulia, as the
ninth son of a family of priests. He will start school in his native
village, but he will attend primary school in Sebes and high school in
Brasov. From this early stage he becomes acquainted with Friedrich Schiller's work
is elected a member of the Romanian Academy, in the Arts section
||He is transferred
to the Romanian Legacy in Berne, as a press counselor.
||He is named
minister in Portugal.
his father's death, the family moves to Sebes. Blaga also makes his
debut this year.
||In Sibiu he
publishes the magazine Saeculum, which will be published until
makes a trip to Italy, where he spends most of his time in book shops
looking for books of philosophy and visiting the ancient sites.
is entrusted by the Romanian Academy to edit two chapters from The
History of Romanian Philosophy
1917 he attends the University of Theology from Sibiu
his brother Login dies in Sibiu.
is named chief-librarian at the Library of the Romanian Academy from
the summer, he visits Vienna, where he comes into contact with expressionism.
He spends his time reading philosophy books in the library.
graduates from the University of Theology, and in the autumn he begins
his studies for his PhD in Vienna
Lionel dies in Sibiu
||He works as a
takes his PhD in philosophy at the University of Philosophy from
deputy-manager of the Library of the Romanian Academy.
begins an intense activity as a journalist, and he is given the Adamachi
prize of the Romanian Academy
volume from G.E. Lessing's Works appears in his translation
1924 and 1925 he lives in Lugoj
hospitalized in Cluj
is named press attaché at the Romanian Legacy from Berne
||On 6 May
Lucian Blaga dies. He was buried on his birthday, 9 May.