Nicolae Beldiceanu (Romanian pronunciation: [nikoˈla.e beldiˈt͡ʃe̯anu]; 26 October 1844 in Preutești - 2 February 1896 in Iași) was a Romanian poet and novelist. Beldiceanu was the first person to write about the discoveries made at the Cucuteni archaeological site near the town of Cucuteni, Romania. He had helped four other scholars from Iași with the excavation of this site in 1885, and published an article entitled: Antichitățile de la Cucuteni (Antiquities of Cucuteni) the same year. This site was the first discovery of what would later become known as the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture.
His son Nicolae N. Beldiceanu was also a noted poet and writer.
Selected published works
- Tala. Nuvelă contimporană, Iași, 1882
- Antichitățile de la Cucuteni article in the journal: Schiţă arheologică, 1885
- Elemente de istoria românilor, I-III, Iaşi, 1893-1894
- Poezii, Iași, 1893
- Doine, Iași, 1893
- Poezii, Bucharest, 1914
- Partial Bibliography of Nicolae Beldiceanu's works and literary contributions.
- Beldiceanu, Nicolae (1885). "Antichitățile de la Cucuteni". Schiță arheologică. Iaşi.
- Dicționarul literaturii române de la origini până la 1900, Bucharest, 1979
- Dicționarul scriitorilor români, coordonat de Mircea Zaciu, Marian Papahagi, Aurel Sasu, A-C, Bucharest, 1995
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