Tizsa sa Pavaru

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Tizsa sa Pavaru
Тижа ша Павару
13 AC Portrait
Executive Director of the Id'eskanian Academy of the Arts
Incumbent
Assumed office
March 25, 13 AC
Preceded byPosition established
Personal details
BornSeptember 6, 18 BC (age 32)
NationalityYnemer'an (18 BC–4 AC)
Kherakaran (4 AC-6 AC)
Stateless (6 AC-11 AC)
Idrolian (11 AC-13 AC)
Æskanian (13 AC)
Id'eskanian (after 13 AC)
EducationSelf-educated
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Tizsa Ovana sa Pavaru (Vimhiri: [tiˈʒa ovaˈna ˈʃa pavaˈʋu]; born 7th Moon of September 6, 18 BC) is an Æskanian polymath active as a physicist, geologist, philosopher, poet, and composer.

Early life and education

Pavaru was born on September 6, 18 BC in Ynemer'a, a small barony that was somewhere around modern-day Highnamm. He received a basic education from his family and tutors, but most of the time he was reading books in the family library. This led to his love of philosophy, art, and music.

His father, Pav II, was the baron of Ynemer'a, but he died of necrosis in 4 AC. This resulted in Tanhi, his only brother, taking over, but soon dying that same year because of a peasant rebellion killing him. He and his mother, Ovana, fled north, but she was eventually killed by wild animals near Azuria.

He then fled further north to Kherakar where he lived for two years. After the Thaambaile War he fled to Artachi where he lived alone in the woods for five years. After intense isolation, he was offered residency in Solevant Soros where he continues to live to this day.

Career

In 12 AC, Pavaru published a book On the Nature of the Stars, Heavens, Elements, and Soul. 13 AC saw the largest number of writings, including poetry, published by himself.

Pavaru began his musical career shortly after with the composition Returnal of Hope. He would quickly compose several more pieces with sudden artistic inspiration overtaking him. His next piece was originally titled Spirit of Idrolia, but while composing it, Æskana annexed much of the country, including his home town, so he renamed it Spirit of Æskana as he did not want it to appear as if he was supporting separatism.

He also founded the Id'eskanian Academy of the Arts in 13 AC to "better the intellectual world." The Academy has a book shop and a small library for the arts.

Works

Written works

  • On the Nature of the Stars, Heavens, Elements, and Soul (12 AC)
  • The Study of Minerals, Rocks, Metals, and Earth (13 AC)
  • An Analysis of the Emotions within Aesthetics and How Aesthetic Objectivism Is Used to Control the People (13 AC)
  • An Iron Fighter (13 AC)
  • The Reanimation of Undead and Dead Subjects (13 AC)
  • About Colours (15 AC)
  • The Republic, Its Limitations, and Autocracy (TBA)
  • New Roads of Old Lands (TBA)

Musical works