Ghica family
The Ghica family (Romanian: Ghica, Albanian: Gjika, Greek: Gikas, Γκίκαs) were a Romanian noble family active in Wallachia, Moldavia and in the Kingdom of Romania. In the 18th century, sev...
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Comănești
Comăneşti ([koməˈneʃtʲ]) is a town in Bacău County, Romania, with a population of 19,568. It is situated on the Trotuş River, which flows between the Ciuc and the Tarcău mountains (10 km (6 ...
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George Ghica
George Ghica (Albanian: Gjergj Gjika, Romanian: Gheorghe Ghika) founder of the Ghica family, was Prince of Moldavia in 1658–1659 and Prince of Wallachia in 1659–1660.George Ghica was born in K...
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Grigore I Ghica
Grigore I Ghica, a member of the Ghica family, was Prince of Wallachia between September 1660 and December 1664 and again between March 1672 and November 1673.
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Alexandrina Cantacuzino
Alexandrina "Didina" Cantacuzino (born Alexandrina Pallady, also known as Alexandrina Grigore Cantacuzino; Francized Alexandrine Cantacuzène; September 20, 1876 – late 1944) was a Romanian political a...
Matila Ghyka
Prince Matila Costiesco Ghyka, K.C.V.O., M.C. (born Matila Costiescu; September 13, 1881 – July 14, 1965), was a Romanian novelist, mathematician, historian, philosopher, diplomat and Plenipot...
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Ion Ghica
Ion Ghica ([iˈon ˈɡika]; August 12, 1816 – May 7, 1897) was a Romanian revolutionary, mathematician, diplomat and politician, who was Prime Minister of Romania five times. He was a full member of the ...
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Albert Ghica
Albert Ghica was a Albanian-Romanian writer and socialite. He was a member of the Ghica noble family,which had Albanian origin. Later in life he changed his name to the Albanian form Gjika, for more c...
Scarlat Ghica
Prince Scarlat Ghica was a Prince of Moldavia (2 March 1757 – 7 August 1758), and twice Prince of Wallachia (August 1758 – 5 June 1761; 18 August 1765 – 2 December 1766). He was a member of the Ghica ...
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Grigore III Ghica
Grigore III Ghica was twice the Prince of Moldavia between 29 March 1764 – 3 February 1767 and September 1774 – 10 October 1777 and of Wallachia: 28 October 1768 – November 1769.A Phanariote ruler (do...
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Alexandru II Ghica
Alexandru II or Alexandru D. Ghica (1796–1862), a member of the Ghica family, was Prince of Wallachia from April 1834 to 7 October 1842 and later caimacam (regent) from July 1856 to October 1858.
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Dimitrie Ghica
Dimitrie Ghica or Ghika (31 May 1816– 15 February 1897) was a Romanian politician. A prominent member of the Conservative Party, he served as Prime Minister between 1868 and 1870.Dimitrie Ghica ...
Grigore IV Ghica
Grigore IV Ghica or Grigore Dimitrie Ghica (June 30, 1755 – April 29, 1834) was Prince of Wallachia between 1822 and 1828. A member of the Ghica family, Grigore IV was the brother of Alexandru Ghica a...
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Matei Ghica
Matei Ghica, a member of the Ghica family, was the Prince of Wallachia between 11 September 1752 and 22 June 1753, and Prince of Moldavia between 22 June 1753 and 8 February 1756.
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Grigore II Ghica
Grigore II Ghica was Voivode (Prince) of Moldavia at four different intervals — from October 1726 to April 16, 1733, from November 27, 1735 to 14 September 1739, from October 1739 to September 1741 an...
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Vladimir Ghika
Vladimir Ghika or Ghica (December 25, 1873 - May 16, 1954) was a Romanian diplomat and essayist who, after his conversion from Romanian Orthodoxy to Roman Catholicism, became a priest. He was a member...
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Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas
Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas (in Greek Νίκος Χατζηκυριάκος – Γκίκας ) (February 26, 1906 – September 3, 1994) was a leading Greek painter, sculptor, engraver, writer and academic. He was a founding me...
Alexandru Ghica
Alexandru Ghica was Voivode (Prince) of Wallachia from 1766 to 1768.
Scarlat Callimachi (hospodar)
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,...
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Al. T. Stamatiad
Al. T. Stamatiad (common rendition of Alexandru Teodor Maria Stamatiad, or Stamatiade; May 9, 1885 – December 1955) was a Romanian Symbolist poet, short story writer, and dramatist. A late arrival on ...
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Grigore Alexandru Ghica
Grigore Alexandru Ghica or Ghika (1803 or 1807 – 24 August 1857) was a Prince of Moldavia between 14 October 1849, and June 1853, and again between 30 October 1854, and 3 June 1856. His wife was Helen...
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Pantazi Ghica
Pantazi Ghica ([panˈtazi ˈɡika]; also known under the pen names Tapazin, G. Pantazi, and Ghaki; March 15, 1831 – July 17, 1882) was a Wallachian-born Romanian politician and lawyer, also known as a dr...
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Alexandru Ghika
Alexandru Ghika (June 22, 1902 – April 11, 1964) was a Romanian mathematician, founder of the Romanian school of functional analysis.
He was born in Bucharest, into the Ghica family, the son...
Dimitrie Ghica-Comăneşti
Dimitrie Ghica-Comănești (also Demeter Ghica, Ghica Comăneșteanu, Prince Ghica de Roumanie; December 31, 1839 – 1923) was a Romanian nobleman, explorer, famous hunter, adventurer and politician. He wa...
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Ghica family
The Ghica family (Romanian: Ghica, Albanian: Gjika, Greek: Gikas, Γκίκαs) were a Romanian noble family active in Wallachia, Moldavia and in the Kingdom of Romania. In the 18th century, sev...
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Dora d'Istria
Dora d'Istria (January 22, 1828, Bucharest – November 17, 1888, Florence), pen-name of duchess Helena Koltsova-Massalskaya, born Elena Ghica, was a Romanian Romantic writer and feminist of Alban...
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