Callimachi family
Callimachi, Calimachi, or Kallimachi (originally Calmaşul or Călmaşu) was a Moldavian-Greek Phanariote boyar and princely family, originating with a group of free peasants living in the Orhei area of ...
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Soutzos family
The Soutzos or Soutsos (Romanian: Suțu or Sutzu) is a Greek Phanariote family which grew into prominence and power in Constantinople (present-day Istanbul) during the last centuries of Ottoman Emp...
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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Hurmuzachi
Hurmuzachi (Hurmuzaki, Hurmuzache) is a noble Romanian family from Bukovina of Greek origin. During the 17th-19th centuries they were associated with the Cernauca estate in Bukovina.The most prominent...
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Hâjdău
Hâjdău (with several spelling versions, such as Hâjdeu, Hasdeu, Hîjdău, etc.) was the name of a Romanian boyar family from Bessarabia, who activated in Poland, Russian Empire, and Romania. The founder...
Văcărescu family
The Văcărescu family was a boyar family of Wallachia (now part of Romania).According to tradition it is one of the oldest noble families in Wallachia.
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Emil Racoviță
Emil Racoviță ([eˈmil ˈrakovit͡sə]; also spelled Racovitza; 15 November 1868 – 17 November 1947) was a Romanian biologist, zoologist, speleologist, explorer of Antarctica and the first biologist...
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Ștefan Racoviță
Ștefan Racoviță was Prince of Wallachia, Romania, between 8 February 1764 and 29 August 1765.
Movilești
The Movileşti (Polish: Mohyła, Cyrillic: Могила) were a family of boyars in the principality of Moldavia, which became related through marriage with the Muşatin family - the traditional House of M...
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Kogălniceanu family
The Kogălniceanu, Kogălniceanul or Cogâlniceanu family ([koɡəlniˈt͡ʃe̯anu]; Romanian: Familia Kogălniceanu, Kogălniceni or Kogălnicenii; Francized de Kogalnitchan) was one of the major political, ...
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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...
Alexandros Mavrokordatos
Alexandros Mavrokordatos (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Μαυροκορδάτος; February 11, 1791 – August 18, 1865) was a Greek statesman and member of the Mavrocordatos family of Phanariotes.In 1812, he went to the ...
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Pârvu Cantacuzino
Pârvu or Pîrvu Cantacuzino (died 1769) was a high-ranking Wallachian boyar, ban of Oltenia, and anti-Ottoman rebellion leader who also briefly served as an officer in Russia's Imperial Army during the...
Craiovești
The Craiovești ([krai̯oˈveʃt̪ʲ]), later Brâncovenești ([brɨnkoveˈneʃt̪ʲ]), were a boyar family in Wallachia who gave the country several of its Princes and held the title of Ban of Oltenia (whether of...
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Sturdza family
Sturdza, Sturza or Stourdza is the name of an old Romanian aristocratic family, whose origins can be traced back to the 1540s.
The Sturdza family has been long and intimately associated with the g...
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Mavrocordatos family
Mavrocordatos (also Mavrocordato, Mavrokordatos, Mavrocordat or Mavrogordato; Greek: Μαυροκορδάτος) is the name of a family of Phanariot Greeks, distinguished in the history of the Ottoman Empire,...
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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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Racoviță
The Racoviţă or Racovitza family were a partially hellenized family of Moldavian and Wallachian boyars which gave the Danubian Principalities several hospodars, becoming influential inside the Ottoman...
Cantacuzino family
The Cantacuzino or Cantacuzène family is a princely family of Wallachia, Moldavia and Russia, who are descend from a branch of the Greek Kantakouzenos family, descended from the Byzantine Emperor John...
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Julia Dent Cantacuzène Spiransky-Grant
Julia Dent Grant Cantacuzène Spiransky, Princess Cantacuzène, Countess Spiransky (6 June 1876 - 4 October 1975), was an American author and historian. She was the eldest child of Frederick Dent Grant ...