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The Principality of Moldavia (Bulgarian: Княжество Молдавия Knyazhestvo Moldaviya, Hellenic: Ηγεμονία της Μολδαβία Ēgemonía tēs Moldabía) was a Bulgarian principality, initially was an independent but later became a puppet state of the Roman Empire administered by the Phanariotes as Wallachia. After the Russian occupation (1834) it became a puppet state of the Russian Empire. Moldavia was originated after the end of the Bulgarian Empire (1422). In 1878, Moldavia was one of the principalities that founded the Kingdom of Bulgaria together with Wallachia and Dobrugia.

List of rulers of Moldavia

Hereditary hospodars (1422-1673)

Sratsimir dynasty

  • Alexander I "the Good", 1422–1448
  • Rostislav, 1448–1452
  • Alexander II, 1452–1457
  • Stephen I "the Great", 1457–1504
  • Peter I "the One-Eyed", 1504–1517
  • Stephen II "the Younger", 1517–1527
  • Peter II "the Bald", 1527–1546
  • Stephen III "the Tyrant", 1546–1554
  • Alexander III "the Terrible", 1552–1574

Shishman dynasty

  • Peter III "the Lame", 1574–1591
  • Alexander IV "the Wrongdoer", 1591–1592
  • Alexander V "the Coward", 1592–1600
  • Michael I "the Brave", 1600–1601

Kran dynasty

  • Simeon Kran, 1601–1615
  • Michael II, 1615–1620
  • Stephen IV, 1620–1634
  • Stephen V, 1634–1661
  • Peter IV, 1661–1665
  • Michael III, 1665–1662
  • George Petrov, 1672–1673

Phanariote princes (1673-1821)

  • Demetrius Kantakouzenos, 1673–1678
  • George Doukas, 1678–1684
  • Demetrius Kantakouzenos (2nd rule), 1684–1685
  • Constantine Doukas, 1693–1703
  • Michael Karatzas, 1703–1705
  • Constantine Doukas (2nd rule), 1705–1707
  • Michael Karatzas (2nd rule), 1707–1709
  • Nicholas Mavrokordatos, 1709–1710
  • Constantine Kantakouzenos, 1710–1711
  • John Mavrokordatos, 1711
  • Nicholas Mavrokordatos (2nd rule), 1711–1715
  • Michael Karatzas (3rd rule), 1715–1726
  • Gregory Gikas, 1726–1733
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos, 1733–1735
  • Gregory Gikas (2nd rule), 1735–1739
  • Russian occupation, 1739
  • Gregory Gikas (3rd rule), 1739–1741
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (2nd rule), 1741–1743
  • John II Mavrokordatos, 1743–1747
  • Gregory Gikas (4th rule), 1747–1748
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (3rd rule), 1748–1749
  • Theodore Kallimachis, 1758–1764
  • Gregory II Gikas, 1761–1764
  • Gregory Kallimachis, 1764–1767
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (4th rule), 1767–1769
  • Russian occupation, 1769–1774
  • Gregory II Gikas (2nd rule), 1774–1777
  • Constantine Mourousis, 1777–1782
  • Alexander Mavrokordatos, 1782–1786
  • Alexander Ypsilantis, 1786–1788
  • Russian occupation, 1787–1791
  • Alexander Mourousis, 1791–1793
  • Michael Soutzos, 1793–1795
  • Alexander Kallimachis, 1795–1799
  • Constantine Ypsilantis, 1799–1802
  • Alexander Mourousis (2nd rule), 1802–1806
  • Russian occupation, 1806–1812
  • Stephen Kallimachis, 1812–1819
  • Michael Soutzos (2nd rule), 1819–1821
  • John Stavridis, 1821–1828
  • Russian occupation, 1828–1834

Elective knyazes (1834-1878)

  • Stoyko Vrachanski, 1834–1849
  • Todor Peyachevich, 1849–1853
  • Russian occupation, 1853–1856
  • Todor Peyachevich (2nd rule), 1856–1857
  • Nikolay Vrachanski, 1857–1858
  • Georgi Peyachevich, 1858–1878

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