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Scarlat Callimachi (hospodar)

Scarlat Callimachi

Scarlat Callimachi (Istanbul, 1773 – December 12, 1821, Klaudioupolis, Bithynia) was Grand Dragoman of the Sublime Porte 1801–1806, Prince of Moldavia between August 24, 1806 – October 26, 1806, August 4, 1807 – June 13, 1810, September 17, 1812 – June 1819 and Prince of Wallachia between February 1821 – June 1821.

A member of the Greek War of Independence broke out in 1821, and Callimachi died poisoned later that year, under suspicion of being pro-Greek.

Preceded by
Alexandru Moruzi
Ruler of Moldavia
1806
Succeeded by
Alexandru Moruzi
Preceded by
Alexandru Hangerli
Ruler of Moldavia
1807–1810
Succeeded by
Iordache Ruset-Roznovanu
Preceded by
Veniamin Costache
Ruler of Moldavia
1812–1819
Succeeded by
Mihail Sutu
Preceded by
Tudor Vladimirescu
Ruler of Wallachia
1821
Succeeded by
Grigore IV Ghica

References

  1. ^ http://www.christopherlong.co.uk/gen/callimachigen/fg11/fg11_423.html
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