Ion Ciocan

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Ion Ciocan
Ion Ciocan.jpg
Born (1850-02-19)February 19, 1850
Mocod
Died September 6, 1915(1915-09-06) (aged 65)
Budapest
Nationality Austrian Empire,
Austro-Hungary
Alma mater University of Budapest
Employer University of Budapest
Spouse(s) Amalia Piciu
Parent(s) Andrei Ciocan
Awards Order of Franz Joseph

Ion Ciocan (born February 19, 1850, Mocod - September 6, 1915, Budapest) was a politician and professor from Austro-Hungary. He served as member of the Parliament of Hungary (1896–1901, 1903–1915).[1]

Biography[edit]

Ion Ciocan was born on February 19, 1850, Mocod, then in the Austrian Empire. He graduated from the University of Budapest in 1874. He worked for Albina in Budapest (1874–1878) and after 1878 for a school from Năsăud. In 1886 became the president of the Fondurile şcolare năsăudene. He was a member of the Parliament of Hungary (1896–1901, 1903–1915). Also, Ion Ciocan taught Romanian language at the University of Budapest (1898–1909).[2]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Gavrilă Tomi, „Ion Ciocan. La 90 de ani de la trecerea sa în nefiinţă” în Arhiva Someşană, nr.4/2005
  2. ^ Katalin Kese, „Istoricul catedrei de Filologie română din Budapesta” in Tribuna, nr 17/1995

Bibliography[edit]

  • Gavrilă Tomi, „Ion Ciocan. La 90 de ani de la trecerea sa în nefiinţă” în Arhiva Someşană, nr.4/2005
  • Ioan Păcurariu, „Ion Ciocan. Viaţa, caracteristica, moartea şi funerariile lui”, în Raportul al LIII-lea despre gimnaziul superior fundaţional din Naszód-Năsăud pentru anul şcolar 1915-1916, publicat de: Ioan Gheţie, director gimnazial
  • Katalin Kese, „Istoricul catedrei de Filologie română din Budapesta” in Tribuna, nr 17/1995