Fernando de Aragón, Isabel de Castilla and the early perception of Turkish danger (1472-1480)
Classical Bulletin, Special Issue 3, 2018; p.18-26
Before accessing the Castilian throne, Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile had very concrete news about the danger represented by the Turks for their domains, the Mediterranean and Christian civilization by the embassy of Cardinal Borja in 1472-1473, during which he published a bull of anti-otoman crusade. Then they followed the information closely by the ambassadors they sent to Rome and by the nuncios stationed in their kingdoms. Therefore, when the siege of Rhodes and the capture of Otranto in 1480 were known, the kings decided to intervene with their help to the hospitable and the kingdom of Naples.
Prophet - the Sacred Hero of Huseyin Javid's romanticizm
Classical Bulletin, Special Issue 3, 2018; p. 124-134
In the article the activity of the great Azerbaijan poet of the 20th century Huseyn Javid is investigated. As it is known one of his works is a poetical play, the tragedy “Prophet”, which was written in 1922-23 years. As in his other works the heroes are usually rebellious thinkers, who empathize stressfully and painfully the contradictions of the era. Huseyn Javid was essentially the pioneer of the genre of the verse drama and tragedy in Azerbaijani literature. The philosophical tragedies, the historical and family-life style dramas by H.Javid, due to their exceptional freshness and originality of the creative style marked a new stage in the development of Azerbaijani dramatic art, had the most beneficial effect on the growth of the national stage culture.
In the article all these problems are investigated on the extensive material of the verse drama “Prophet”.
Key words: Huseyn Javid, play, Prophet, mysticism, mythology, romanticism
Analyzing the Karabakh issue in the Azerbaijani poetry
Marziyya Najafova Allahyar
Classical Bulletin, Special Issue 3, 2018; p.316-329
The article notes that the Karabakh topic in the Azerbaijani poetry is not new, but rather has been used for centuries. Poems dedicated to Karabakh described Karabakh’s magnificent beauty, culture, its being the cradle of poetry and art. The article mainly describes artisitc gatherings which were created, developed and formed in Karabakh at the beginning of the 19th century. It provides interesting information about Karabakh poets who were upbrought by the artistic gatherings like Majlisi-ums, majlisi-faramusham. Their poems devoted to Karabakh are being analyzed. The article also emphasizes the role of the poetry of the 19th century in contributing to the development of the Azerbaijani poetry from the 90s up to nowadays. It also notes the difference between the poetry of the 19th century when Karabakh was the centre of art and that of the 20th century when Karabakh was invaded, the lands were lost to the enemy, many people heroicly died while defending the motherland. The templates whcih were cretaed during the 90s were analyzed. Topic palette and peculiarities of the 90 are the essence of this article.
Keywords: Karabakh, poetry, war, motherland, artistic gatherings.
The «other prince»: piety and charisma of Ferdinand the Catholic in his courtly environment
Mary, Montano Clivera
Classical Bulletin, Special Issue 3, 2018; p.5-17
In the shadow of the 5th Centenary of Ferdinand the Catholic (1516-2016), the present work addresses one of the less known facets of his personality, and more representative of his politics: his religiosity. For this we have reconstructed Fernandino's charisma through its religious models, the ideals of perfection, the moral literature and the spiritual currents that formed the learned pietas of its environment. In this framework of ideas and people, the liturgical and devotional activity of the Catholic King is investigated, developed under the impulse of a more internalized piety, especially sensitive to the Passion of Christ, which had unprecedented consequences in the court care activity.
On the occasion of the 5th centenary of Ferdinand the Catholic (1516-2016) this paper addresses lesser known facet of his personality, and most representative of his policy - his religiosity. The paper attempts to reconstruct the fernandian charism through its religious models, ideals of perfection, moral literature and spiritual currents which shaped the learned pietas of the environment. In this framework of ideas and people we analyze the liturgical and devotional activity of the Catholic King, developed under the impulse of a more internalized piety, particular cognizant of the Passion of Christ, which had unprecedented consequences in the court's welfare activity.
VOLUME 95 * ISSUE 1
Michael Toxites and the multilingual vocabularies of Onomastica
by Parks, Mitchell H.
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.4
Intonation of the assertive statements in the Spanish of Tuxtla Gutiérrez Chiapas
by Albrecht Mendoa
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.29
Readings of the Ancient History of Mexico by Francisco Clavijero in the viceregal press of Buenos Aires 
by Dawson Commager
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.49
Alfonso Reyes reads Nietzsche: classical culture and ethos agonist
by Sergio Capuano
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.67
Russian and European writers' works on children in Azerbaijan Language and their role in the development of national, enlightened children's literature
by Sevinj Rasulova
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.81
Pedinche Nahuatl words, lloriche, etc., or cases of phonosymbolism?
by Morris Kathera
Classical Bulletin, Issue 1, 2019; p.98