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Mihail Suţu

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Mihail Suţu

Michael Soutzos (Greek: Μιχαήλ Σούτζος, Romanian: Mihail Suţu, Constantinople, 1784 – Athens, 12 June 1864 ), was a member of the Soutzos family of Phanariotes, he was the nephew of Mihai Suţu; he was in turn a Prince of Moldavia, between 12 June 1819 and 29 March 1821.

Preceded by
Scarlat Callimachi
Prince of Moldavia
Succeeded by
Seneschals Manu and Rizo
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