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10 Many of the symbols on the steci bore significant religious symbolism in Dizdars works.
Retrieved 1 maint: Archived copy as title ( link ) External links edit.Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina.Other symbols used on steci were men with large right hands, spirals, images of a kolo and deer.About Mak make a server from old computer Dizdar, mehmedalija Mak Dizdar ( ) was a Bosnian poet.Archived from the original on Retrieved ward-winning translated by Francis.It regularly is seen in unison with a crescent moon and a star, and also sometimes with other symbols like a shield, sword, spear or flags.After the war, Dizdar was a prominent figure in the cultural life of Bosnia and Herzegovina, working as the editor-in-chief of the daily Osloboenje ( Liberation ).His poetry combined influences from the Bosnian Christian culture, Islamic mysticism and cultural remains of medieval Bosnia, and especially the steci.After the collapse of Communism and following the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dizdar's poetic magnum opus has remained the cornerstone of modern Bosnia and Herzegovina literature.Dizdar spent his, world War II years as a supporter of the Communist Partisans.Islam and Bosnia: Conflict Resolution and Foreign Policy in Multi-Ethnic States.
Through the steci, he discussed themes of "the intimate life journey of origin, of homeland or landscapes, of sources of knowledge, of experiences of the world, of a new and coordinated deciphering of signs, which reach pass their singularity." 15 Dizdar said that the themes.
17 Mak Dizdar also fought against the forced influence of the Serbian language on the Bosnian language, in his 1970 article "Marginalije o jeziku i oko njega".
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11 In addition to carved symbols on the steci, short inscpritoins or epigraphs were also carved into many e inscriptions on the steci characterized the whole life of the deceased, their habits, the manner of their death, the love of their country in which they.
The second most common motif were the cross, which never appears alone.
It articulated a distinctive vision of life and death, drawing on Christian and Muslim Gnostic sensibilities of life as a passage between "tomb and stars expressing both the Gnostic horror of corporeality and a sense of the blessedness of the universe.
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