A biography of Konstantinos Ypsilantis (1796)


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Alexandru Callimaki-Father-in-Law of Constantine Ypsilantis.




Alexandru Callimachi (1737 – 12 December 1821) was Prince of Moldavia during the period of 6 May 1795 through 18 March 1799.

He was succeeded by son-in-law Constantine Ypsilantis.


Maria Ipsilanti


Storia del Risorgimento della Grecia, Volume 1

By Luigi Ciampolini (1846) 




Eizabeth (Safta) Vacarescu-Constantin Ipsilantis

“Constantin Vacarescu married Ana, daughter of the founders of Kretzulescu Church ( Grand Chancellor Iordache Kretzulescu amd Princess Safta Brancoveanu, herself Constantin Brancoveanu’s daughter ). They built the Magureanu Priory Church ( no longer a priory ) in Bucharest. Their children:
*********- Safta, married to Constantin Ipsilanti, Lord of Wallachia ( 1802-1806; 1807 under Russian occupation ) and Moldavia ( 1799-1801 ) and son of Alexandru Ipsilanti; he is famous for his strong Russian sympathies ( in fact his and Alexandru Moruzi’s sacking by the Sultan in 1806 prompted the Russo-Turkish War 1806-1812 ). …”

Source: Romanian Aristocratic families:http://aristoromania.blogspot.com/


Constantine Ypsilantis (web books , 1829)

Zeitgenossen: ein biographisches Magazin für die Geschichte unserer Zeit
– January 1, 1829
Brodhaus Publisher

Insurrection et régénération de la Grèce

By Georg Gottfried Gervinus et al., 1863

The Hellenin herald Vol 1-2 , 1906
“The descendant of a noble Phanariot family, Alexandre Ypsilantis, son of that … Constantin Ypsilantis, who first dreamed of the political unity of the Danubian …”