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Dosoftei Dimitrie Barilă, better known under his monastical name Dosoftei (October 26, 1624—December 13, 1693), was a Moldavian Metropolitan, scholar, poet and translator.
Dosoftei In 1648 he became a monk at Probota Monastery, and was later bishop of Huşi (1658–1660) and Roman (1660–1671) to become Metropolitan bishop of Moldavia (1671–1674 and again 1675-1686). In 1686 he moved to Poland where he stayed for the rest of his life.
Dosoftei He was one of the most important ethnic Romanian scholars of the 17th century, the very first important Romanian language poet and the first translator into Romanian of epics, works on history, as well as religious scriptures Moldavia had. His most famous work is the Romanian psalter in verse.
Dosoftei The Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church canonized Dosoftei in July 2005, a fact that was proclaimed on October 14, 2005. His feast day is December 13.
Dosoftei Born in Suceava, he attended the school of the "Trei Ierarhi" Monastery of Iaşi and then at the Orthodox Brotherhood school in Lviv, where he studied humanities and learned several languages.
Roman, Romania A major personality of the city was orthodox bishop Dosoftei who translated the Psalter into Romanian in 1665–1671.
Controversy over ethnic and linguistic identity in Moldova Moldavian Metropolitan Dosoftei printed "Dumnezaiasca Liturghie" ("Divine Liturgy") in Romanian ("tiparita româneste"). In his "Foreword to the Romanian nation" ("Cuvânt depreuna catra semintia rumaneasca"), Dosoftei calls the book a gift to the Romanian language ("acest dar limbii rumânesti") translated from Greek ("de pre elineasca") into Romanian ("pre limba rumâneasca").
David's Psalter Kochanowski's "David's Psalter" won recognition from both Protestants and Catholics in Poland, and also resonated abroad, notably in the work of Moldavian Metropolitan Dosoftei. Some of Kochanowski's renderings of the Psalms are still used in Polish Catholic masses.
Culture of Moldova Varlaam published the first books. Dosoftei founded numerous schools and published a lot. Cantemir wrote the first thorough geographical, ethnographical, and economic description of the country in "" (Berlin, c. 1714).
Vlad Filat Between 1994–1998, Vlad Filat initiated and conducted more business in Romania. He was general director of "RoMold Trading SRL" in Iași (1994–1997) and the president of the Administrative Council of "Dosoftei" company in Iași (1997–1998).