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Luko Zore

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Birthplace: Cavtat, Općina Konavle, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
Death: Died in Cetinje, Montenegro
Place of Burial: Boninovo Cemetery (Sveti Kriz), Dubrovnik/Lapad, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
Immediate Family:

Son of Antun Zore and Marija Zore
Husband of Lucija Zore
Father of Marija Zore; Amalija Ljubica de Bona/Bunic; Jelica de Bona/Bunic; Antun Ivan Pasko Zore; Milica Marcic and 1 other
Brother of Pavica Zore; Pero Zore; Ana Zore; Mate Miho Antun Zore; Marija Zore and 2 others

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About Luko Zore

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luko_Zore

Luko Zore (January 15, 1846, Cavtat – December 9, 1906), Luko involved into a Serb-Catholic circle, with all the big intelectuals of the XIX cenrury in Dubrovnik and Montenegrin philologist and Slavist, and was one of the leading opposition fighting against the foreign forces of Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy in Dubrovnik.

At that time there were two major intellectual trends in Dubrovnik as well as in the whole Croatia: one favoured the union of all the Slavic peoples, believing that they were of one nation (Illyrian movement), which was prevailing in Dubrovnik. Luko Zore was an active part of all the Slavic associations available in that time in Dubrovnik, trying to fight the foreign political power and to develop the idea of national identity of the language and slavic origins. Zore was a professor in the High School in Zadar after 1878 he founding with Niko Pucic-Pozza the review Slovinac (Slav), dedicated mainly to literature and the arts. Luko Zore was the editor. It was discontinued in 1884. He died in Cetinje, Montenegro. He was buried in Boninovo Cemetery in Lapad, Dubrovnik.

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http://www.cpi.hr/download/links/hr/6959.pdf

Pokretač časopisa i kreator ideologije novoga dubrovačkog slovinstva bio je jezikoslovac i književnik Luko Zore, kasniji gorljivi Srbin katolik koji, unatoč tome, nije pristupio Srpskoj stranci, a ostao je u redovima narodnjaka i kao zastupnik u bečkome Carevinskom vijeću. Vođe i ideolozi srbokatoličkog pokreta u Dubrovniku bili su Vice Adamović, Antun Fabris, Mato Gracić, Vlaho Matijević, Antun Pugliesi i Miho Vachetti, a podupirali su ih profesori Dubrovačke gimnazije Mato Budmani, Stijepo Castrapeli i L. Zore te katolički svećenik dum Ivan Stojanović i potomak stare vlastele N. Gradi.

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Luko Zore's Timeline

1846
January 15, 1846
Cavtat, Općina Konavle, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1870
June 15, 1870
Age 24
Dubrovnik, Općina Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1872
September 7, 1872
Age 26
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1875
March 5, 1875
Age 29
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1876
December 26, 1876
Age 30
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1878
July 19, 1878
Age 32
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1887
November 10, 1887
Age 41
Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1890
August 24, 1890
Age 44
Dubrovnik (Pile), Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia
1906
December 9, 1906
Age 60
Cetinje, Montenegro
December 13, 1906
Age 60
Dubrovnik/Lapad, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia