Caradja
Caradja, Karadja or Caragea (also known as Caratzas and Karatzas) is an aristocratic family of Byzantine and Phanariote Greek origins, present as dignitaries in the Ottoman Empire, and established as ...
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Joannicius III of Constantinople
Joannicius III (Greek: Ιωαννίκιος Γ΄, Serbian: Јоаникије III), born Ioannis Karatzas, was Archbishop of Peć and Patriarch of the Serbs from 1739 to 1746 and Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantino...
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John Caradja
John Caradja or John George Caradja (Greek: Ἰωάννης Γεώργιος Καρατζάς, Ioannis Georgios Karatzas; Romanian: Ioan Gheorghe Caragea; French: Jean Georges Caradja; 1754, Constantinople – 18...
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Nicolae Caradja
Nicolae Caradja (1737–1784), also known as Nicolae Vodă Caragea, was a Phanariote Prince of Wallachia, who reigned between 15 January 1782 and 17 July 1783. Previously, he was the great Dragoman of th...
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Constantin Karadja
Prince Constantin Jean Lars Anthony Démétrius Karadja (November 24, 1889 in The Hague – December 28, 1950 in Bucharest) was a Romanian diplomat, barrister-at-law, bibliographer, bibliophile and ...
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Catherine Caradja
Princess Catherine Olympia Caradja (born Ecaterina Olimpia Creţulescu on January 28, 1893 – May 26, 1993) was a celebrated Romanian aristocrat and philanthropist. Born in Bucharest, she grew up ...
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Rallou Karatza
Domniţa (Princess) Rallou Caragea (Greek: Rallou Karatza Greek: Ραλλού Καρατζά; 1799–1870), was a Romanian culture personality. She was the daughter of the Prince of Wallachia, Ioan Caragea, (r. 1...
Jean Karadja Pasha
Prince Jean Constantin Alexandre Othon Karadja Pasha (March 9, 1835, Nauplia – August 11, 1894, The Hague) was a Phanariot army officer and diplomat of the Ottoman Empire. He was a talented pia...
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Patriarch Joannicius III of Constantinople
Joannicius III (Greek: Ιωαννίκιος Γ΄, Serbian: Јоаникије III), born Ioannis Karatzas, was Archbishop of Peć and Patriarch of the Serbs from 1739 to 1746 and Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantino...
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Caradja
Caradja, Karadja or Caragea (also known as Caratzas and Karatzas) is an aristocratic family of Byzantine and Phanariote Greek origins, present as dignitaries in the Ottoman Empire, and established as ...
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