Voivode on the western side of the Olt River. Di, Cookies help us deliver our services. Basarab I (Romanian pronunciation: ()) (also referred to Ivanco Basarab, Bassaraba și Bazarad in medieval doccuments), also known as Basarab the Founder (Romanian: Basarab Întemeietorul), (c. 1270 – 1351/1352) was a voivode and later the first independent ruler of Wallachia who lived in the first half of the 14th century.Many details of his life are uncertain. With a SensagentBox, visitors to your site can access reliable information on over 5 million pages provided by Sensagent.com. Regent on behalf of her son, Mihnea II. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search Sign In Don't have an account? Deposed by Peter II. Wallachian rulers, like the Moldavian rulers, bore the titles of Voivode ("duke") or/and Hospodar ("lord, master"). Add new page. The system itself was challenged by usurpers, and became obsolete with the Phanariote epoch, when rulers were appointed by the Ottoman Sultans; between 1821 and 1878 (the date of Romania's independence), various systems combining election and appointment were put in practice. Vlad III, known as Vlad the Impaler (Romanian: Vlad Țepeș [ˈ v l a d ˈ ts e p e ʃ]) or Vlad Dracula (/ ˈ d r æ k j ə l ə /; Romanian: Vlad Drăculea [-ˈ d r ə k u l e̯a]; 1428/31 – 1476/77), was Voivode of Wallachia three times between 1448 and his death. legendary voivode of Wallachia; some historians consider it to be just a nickname of Thocomerius or Basarab I, son of Thocomerius; first non-legendary ruler of Wallachia; later also called, illegitimate son of Mircea cel Bătrân; member of the, nephew of son Radu cel Mare; also known as, illegitimate son of Radu cel Mare; allied with Craioveşti; 1st rule, illegitimate son of Petru Pătraşcu cel Bun; also ruled, 162. ○ Lettris All rights reserved. Add new content to your site from Sensagent by XML. Joint Ottoman and Russian occupation. He was blinded and buried alive by Hunyadi in 1447. son of Dan II; In civil war against Radu III;1st rule, In civil war against Basarab III; 2nd rule, In civil war against Basarab III; 3rd rule, In civil war against Basarab III; 4th rule, Returns, but is killed shortly after; 3rd rule, illegitimate son of Radu cel Mare; allied with Craiovești; 1st rule. Radu Negru is legendary voivode of Wallachia; some historians consider it to be just a nickname of Thocomerius or Basarab I. son of Thocomerius; first non-legendary ruler of Wallachia. Company Information English Encyclopedia is licensed by Wikipedia (GNU).
This page was last modified on 6 January 2016, at 21:54. | Most rulers did not use the form of the name they are cited with, and several used more than one form of their own name; in some cases, the ruler was only mentioned in foreign sources. Wallachian rulers, like the Moldavian rulers, bore the titles of Voivode or/and Hospodar. Filipescu, elected ruler of Wallahia on Jan 24, 1859. Find out more, an offensive content(racist, pornographic, injurious, etc. This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia.
Ruled with his father; 2nd time. illegitimate son of Petru Pătrașcu cel Bun; also ruled. From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. ○ Anagrams Tell), under Austrian military administration until March 1856, Caimacam Alexandru D. Ghica (fostul domn), The three Caimacams: Ioan Manu, Emanoil Băleanu and Ioan Alexandru |
son of Mircea cel Bătrân, co-ruled with his father since 1408. illegitimate son of Mircea cel Bătrân; member of the, son of Vlad II Dracul, sometimes not counted; he ruled while his father was absent, on his way to pay the tribute to the Ottoman Empire; Deposed by. Returned to the throne, and won against John Hunyadi, deposing also Basarab II. English thesaurus is mainly derived from The Integral Dictionary (TID). List of rulers of Wallachia.
Vlad was born in Sighisoara in 1431, but he spent most of his childhood in the Ottoman Empire, which he sought to destroy his whole life. son of Vladislav III. son of Dan II; Placed in the throne by John Hunyadi, in war with Vlad II. son of Mircea III Dracul; popularly called.