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Technical University of Bucharest, Dept. Language Engineering,
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In 1877 the United Principalities fought the war of independence from
the suzerainty of the Ottoman Empire and in 1878 became the
independent Romania. As a political act, by special law, on March
29/April 10, 1879, the Romanian Academic Society changed its name to
become the Romanian Academy (Academia Română 2007, p. 33-24), thus
making a bold step forth. In the new era of independence so opened,
developing the national industry, science and technology was a
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According to the Statute of the Romanian Academy from 1879, (see
Statutes of the Romanian Academy, 1879, in (Academia Română 2007), pages
“Article 14. The Academy periodically publishes the Annals that will
include both its proceedings and administration works and the literary
and scientific works approved by the Academy for this purpose.
The general form and the division of this publication will be
determined by a special procedure.” [Our translation.] i
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Table 1. (Style: mss_AR_Table-Title)
Historical evolution of the publications of the Romanian Academy
Titles BOLD , Times New Roman 11
1867 - 1878
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1879 to 1886
Desbaterile Academiei Române Series II
Beyond the Annals and the three series of Memoirs – all these included
under the generic name of Annals – starting 1879 the Academy also
published independent reports as brochures and books, like “Materials
for the Climatology of Romania, by Şt. C. Hepitesii, or reports on
plants like that authored by C. Istrati (see Fig. 1).
Issues of the Annals and other publications of the Romanian
Academy still available at the publisher, in 1894
The number of reports has varied from year to year. The reports,
authored by members of the Romanian Academy, were extensive and the
reason for publishing them apart the Memoirs was, probably, twofold:
the reports constituted papers not presented in the sessions of the
Academy; moreover they were intended to address a larger audience than
that interested in the whole Annals of the Academy.
The covers of Tomes XVIII and XXV from Series II of the Memoirs of
the Scientific Section – Annals of the Romanian Academy. (Style:
During Series II, the name of the journal was “Memoirs of the
Scientific Section” (Memoriile Secţiunii Sciintifice) and appeared in
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Content of the Memoirs during Series II
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corpului, Şedinţa dela 11 iunie 1904. Analele Academiei Române.
Memoriile Secţiunii Ştiinţifice, Seria II, Tom XXVII, 1904-1905, 1905,
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Service Commun de la Documentation Médicale de l'UPMC, Catalogue de la
BIUSJ et du SCDM,
(Accessed 14 July 2009)
Received February 12, 2009
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54, Splai Independentei Bd., Building X, Room 34, 700111 Bucharest,
Romania. E-mail: [email protected]
Second author (SA) e-mail: [email protected]
i All translations herein are our translations.
ii We also found (at
accessed May 3, 2009) a mention on the volume “Serviciulŭ
meteorologicŭ in Europa, by Stefan C. Hepites. Published in 1884,
Tip. Academieĭ române (Laboratoriĭ românĭ) (Bucuresci)”. Yet, it
does not result that the volume was published under the aegis of the