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Alexandros Soutzos

Alexandros Soutzos (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Σούτζος, Romanian: Alexandru Suţu, 1758 – January 18/19, 1821, Bucharest) was a Phanariote Greek who ruled as Prince of Moldavia (July 10, 1801 – October 1, 1802 and Prince of Wallachia (July 2, 1802 – August 30, 1802; August 24, 1806 – October 15, 1806; December 1806; November 17, 1818 – January 19, 1821). Born in Istanbul, he had earlier been a Dragoman of the Ottoman Empire.[1]

Preceded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Prince of Moldavia
1801–1802
Succeeded by
vacancy
Preceded by
Mihai Suţu
Prince of Wallachia
1802
Succeeded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Preceded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Prince of Wallachia
1806
Succeeded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Preceded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Prince of Wallachia
1806
Succeeded by
Constantine Ypsilantis
Preceded by
vacancy
before Jean Georges Caradja
Prince of Wallachia
1818–1821
Succeeded by
Tudor Vladimirescu

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