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The unified Principality of Arbër emerged in 1190, established by archon Progon in the Krujë, within the Byzantine Empire.In the late thirteenth century, Charles of Anjou conquered the Albanian territories from the Byzantines and established the medieval Kingdom of Albania, extending from Durrës along the coast to Butrint in the south.The objects found in a cave near Xarrë include flint and jasper objects and fossilized animal bones, while those found at Mount Dajt comprise bone and stone tools similar to those of the Aurignacian culture.The Paleolithic finds of Albania show great similarities with objects of the same era found at Crvena Stijena in Montenegro and north-western Greece.These mentors and idols teach us to use our full potential and do great things, and not only do we love them for it, we imagine nothing could ever tarnish the memory we hold of them......unless you're a fictional character and this trope is in play.The country's coast touches the Adriatic Sea to the west and the Ionian Sea to the southwest that forms the Albanian Riviera.
When the mentor or idol is both worthy of admiration but flawed enough to make them unlikeable, that's Warts and All.
Most of the time, the idol kept his shining image by hiding or suppressing anything damning, but sometimes the fault was in those who worshiped him and saw an overly idealized image instead of the real person. " Anyone who has experienced betrayal at least once in their lives would concur that this trope is Truth in Television.
In fact, this trope just may be one of, if not the single most frequently happening trope in Real Life out there; an average real life Joe will experience this far more than any fictional character you know.
Contrast with Blind Obedience, where this usually isn't the case. Riker: Someone once said, "Don't try to be a great man; just be a man, and let history make its own judgments." Cochrane: That's rhetorical nonsense.
Cochrane: This other guy you keep mentioning, this historical figure? If your idol was your teacher, you'll find yourself repeating — with bitter irony — some maxim or mantra that you still hold but your mentor has since abandoned.