Pătrașcu cel Bun
Pătrașcu the Good (Romanian: Pătrașcu cel Bun) was the Lord (hospodar) of Wallachia between 1554 and 24 December 1557, a member of the House of Drăculești.
Pătraşcu was the son of Radu Paisie....
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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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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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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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House of Drăculești
The Drăculești were one of two major rival lines of Wallachian voivodes of the House of Basarab, the other being the Dănești. These lines were in constant contest for the throne from the late fourteen...
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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House of Bogdan-Mușat
The House of Bogdan, commonly referred to as the House of Mușat, was the ruling family which established the Principality of Moldova with Bogdan I (c. 1363 - 1367), giving the country its first line ...
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House of Dăneşti
The House of Dănești was one of the two main lineages of the Wallachian noble family House of Basarab. They were descended from Dan I of Wallachia.The other lineage of the Basarabs is the House of Dră...
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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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...
Hunyadi family
The Hunyadi family was one of the most powerful noble families in the Kingdom of Hungary during the 15th century. A member of the family, Matthias Corvinus, was King of Hungary from 1458 until 1...
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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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Mircea III Dracul
Mircea III Dracul was Hospodar of Wallachia in 1510. He was married to Maria Despina and was the father of Alexandru II Mircea. His father was Mihnea cel Rău and mother, Mihnea's second wife, Voica. I...
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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