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Encyclopedia > List of rulers of Wallachia

Below is the list of Wallachian rulers, since the first mentioned until the unification with Moldavia in 1859. Map of Romania with Wallachia in yellow. ... Moldavia (Moldova in Romanian) was a Romanian principality, originally created in the Middle Ages, now divided between Romania, Moldovan Republic and Ukraine. ... 1859 is a common year starting on Saturday. ...

Years Name
1247-1277 Litovoi, voivode on the western side of the Olt river.
c.a.1247 Seneslau, voivode on the eastern side of the Olt river at Argeş.
c.a.1277-c.a.1290 Bărbat
c.a.1290-c.a.1310 Tihomir
c.a.1310-1352 Basarab I Întemeietorul (The Founder)
1352-1364 Nicolae Alexandru
1364-c.a.1377 Vladislav I or Vlaicu-Vodă
c.a. 1377-c.a.1383 Radu I
c.a. 1383-1386 Dan I
1386-1418 Mircea cel Bătrân (Mircea the Elder)
1394-1397 Vlad I Uzurpatorul (Vlad I the Usurper)
1418-1420 Mihail I
1420-1421 Dan II 1st rule
1421 Radu II Prasnaglava 1st rule
1421-1423 Dan II 2nd rule
1423 Radu II Prasnaglava 2nd rule
1423-1424 Dan II 3rd rule
1424-1426 Radu II Prasnaglava 3rd rule
1426-1427 Dan II 4th rule
1427 Radu II Prasnaglava 4th rule
1427-1431 Dan II 5th rule
1431-1436 Alexandru I Aldea
1436-1442 Vlad II Dracul (Vlad the Dragon or Vlad the Devil) 1st rule - Vlad Ţepeş
1442 Mircea II
1442-1443 Basarab II
1443-1447 Vlad II Dracul 2nd rule - Vlad Ţepeş
1447-1448 Vladislav II 1st rule
1448 Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Ţepeş - Vlad the Impaler) 1st rule - the same Vlad Ţepeş, great patriot
1448-1456 Vladislav II 2nd rule
1456-1462 Vlad III Dracula 2nd rule
1462-1473 Radu cel Frumos (Radu the Fair) 1st rule
1473 Basarab Laiotă cel Bătrân (Basarab Laiotă the Elder) 1st rule
1473-1474 Radu cel Frumos 2nd rule
1474 Basarab Laiotă cel Bătrân 2nd rule
1474 Radu cel Frumos 3rd rule
1474 Basarab Laiotă cel Bătrân 3rd rule
1474-1475 Radu cel Frumos 4th rule
1475-1476 Basarab Laiotă cel Bătrân 4th rule
1476 Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Ţepeş) 3rd rule
1476-1477 Basarab Laiotă cel Bătrân 5th rule
1477-1481 Basarab Ţepeluş cel Tânăr (Basarab Ţepeluş the Younger) 1st rule
1481 Mircea
1481 Vlad Călugărul (Vlad the Monk) 1st rule
1481-1482 Basarab Ţepeluş cel Tânăr 2nd rule
1482-1495 Vlad Călugărul 2nd rule
1495-1508 Radu cel Mare (Radu the Great)
1508-1509 Mihnea cel Rău (Mihnea the Wrongdoer)
1509-1510 Mircea
1510-1512 Vlad cel Tânăr or Vlăduţ (Vlad the Younger)
1512-1521 Neagoe Basarab
1521 Teodosie 1st rule
1521 Vlad Călugărul 3rd rule
1521-1522 Teodosie 2nd rule
1522-1523 Radu de la Afumaţi 1st rule
1523 Vladislav III 1st rule
1523-1524 Radu Bādica
1524 Radu de la Afumaţi 2nd rule
1524 Vladislav III 2nd rule
1524-1525 Radu de la Afumaţi 3nd rule
1525 Vladislav III 3rd rule
1525-1529 Radu de la Afumaţi 4rd rule
1529 Basarab V
1529-1530 Moise
1530-1532 Vlad Înecatul (Vlad the Drowned)
1532-1535 Vlad Vintilă de la Slatina (Vlad Vintilă of Slatina)
1535-1545 Radu Paisie
1545-1552 Mircea Ciobanul (Mircea the Shepherd) 1st rule
1552-1553 Radu Ilie Haidăul (Radu Ilie the Cowherd)
1553-1554 Mircea Ciobanul 2nd rule
1554-1559 Pătraşcu cel Bun (Patrascu the Kind)
1559-1568 Petru cel Tânăr (Peter the Younger)
1568-1574 Alexandru II Mircea 1st rule
1574 Vintilă
1574-1577 Alexandru II Mircea 2nd rule
1577-1583 Mihnea Turcitul (Mihnea the Turned-Turk) 1st rule
1583-1585 Petru Cercel (Peter Earring)
1585-1591 Mihnea Turcitul 2nd rule
1591-1592 Ştefan Surdul (Stephen the Deaf)
1592-1593 Alexandru cel Rău (Alexander the Wrongdoer)
1593-1601 Mihai Viteazul (Michael the Brave)
1601-1602 Radu Mihnea 1st rule
1602-1611 Radu Şerban
1611-1616 Radu Mihnea 2nd rule
1616 Gabriel Movilă 1st rule
1616-1618 Alexandru Iliaş 1st rule
1618-1620 Gabriel Movilă 2nd rule
1620-1623 Radu Mihnea 3rd rule
1623-1627 Alexandru Coconul (Alexander the Child-Prince)
1627-1629 Alexandru Iliaş 2nd rule
1629-1632 Leon Tomşa
1632 Radu Iliaş
1632-1654 Matei Basarab
1654-1658 Constantin Şerban
1658-1659 Mihnea III
1659-1660 Gheorghe I Ghica
1660-1664 Grigore I Ghica 1st rule
1664-1669 Radu Leon
1669-1672 Antonie Vodă din Popeşti (Anthony Vodă of Popeşti)
1672-1673 Grigore I Ghica 2nd rule
1673-1678 Gheorghe II Ghica
1678-1688 Şerban Cantacuzino
1688-1714 Constantin Brâncoveanu
1714-1715 Ştefan Cantacuzino
1715-1716 Nicolae Mavrocordat 1st rule
1716-1719 Ioan Mavrocordat
1719-1730 Nicolae Mavrocordat 2nd rule
1730 Constantin Mavrocordat 1st rule
1730-1731 Mihai Racoviţă 1st rule
1731-1733 Constantin Mavrocordat 2nd rule
1733-1735 Grigore II Ghica 1st rule
1735-1741 Constantin Mavrocordat 3rd rule
1741-1744 Mihai Racoviţă 2nd rule
1744-1748 Constantin Mavrocordat 4th rule
1748-1752 Grigore II Ghica 2nd rule
1752-1753 Matei Ghica
1753-1756 Constantin Racoviţă 1st rule
1756-1758 Constantin Mavrocordat 5th rule
1758-1761 Scarlat Ghica 1st rule
1761-1763 Constantin Mavrocordat 6th rule
1763-1764 Constantin Racoviţă 2nd rule
1764-1765 Ştefan Racoviţă
1765-1766 Scarlat Ghica 2nd rule
1766-1768 Alexandru Ghica
1768-1769 Grigore III Ghica
1770-1771 Emanuel Giani Ruset, Manole or Manolache Giani Ruset (Rosetti)
1774-1782 Alexandru Ipsilanti 1st rule
1782-1783 Nicolae Caragea
1783-1786 Mihai Suţu 1st rule
1786-1790 Nicolae Mavrogheni
1791-1793 Mihai Suţu 2nd rule
1793-1796 Alexandru Moruzi 1st rule
1796-1797 Alexandru Ipsilanti 2nd rule
1797-1799 Constantin Hangerli
1799-1801 Alexandru Moruzi 2nd rule
1801-1802 Mihai Suţu 3rd rule
1802-1806 Constantin Ipsilanti 1st rule
1806-1812 Constantin Ipsilanti 2nd rule
1812-1818 Ioan Gheorghe Caragea
1818-1821 Alexandru Suţu
1821 Tudor Vladimirescu
1821 Scarlat Callimachi
1822-1828 Grigore IV Ghica
1834-1842 Alexandru Ghica
1842-1848 Gheorghe Bibescu
1848-1853 Barbu Ştirbei 1st rule
1854-1856 Barbu Ştirbei 2nd rule
1859 Alexander John Cuza

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Wallachia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (503 words)
Wallachia was situated north of the Danube and south of the Carpathian Mountains.
After 1716, the Ottomans decided to cease choosing the voivod from among the Romanian boyars and established the Phanariote regime: the rulers were to be appointed from the influential Greeks of the Phanar neighbourhood of Istanbul.
Wallachia is represented by an eagle in the Coat of Arms of Romania.
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