Constantine Ypsilantis

Constantine Ypsilantis

“Constantine Ypsilantis ( , Konstantinos Ypsilantis; ; 1760–1816), was the son of Alexander Ypsilanti, a key member of an important Phanariote family, Grand dragoman of the Porte (1796 99), hospodar[1] of Moldavia (1799 1802) and Walachia (1802 06), and a Prince[2] through marriage to the daughter of Alexandru Callimachi.”

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“Alexandru Callimachi was born in Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoman Empire.[1] His family were an established MoldavianGreek Phanariote boyar and princely house. He was the son of Ioan Teodor Callimachi, Prince of Moldavia, and Rali a Chrisoscoleo. Alexandru had three siblings: Grigore Callimachi (1735 1769), Prince of Moldavia; sister, Sevasti a (born 1736), who married Mihai Su u, Prince of Moldavia; and sister, Maria (1740 1831). His uncle Gavriil Callimachi (1689 1786) was a monk at Putna Monastery before he founded the St. George Cathedral in Ia I.”

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