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The Principality of Wallachia (Bulgarian: Княжество Влашкия Knyazhestvo Vlaškiya, Hellenic: Ηγεμονία της Βλαχία Ēgemonía tēs Blakhía) was a Bulgarian principality, initially was an independent but later became a puppet state of the Roman Empire administered by the Phanariote princes. In its later period, it became a buffer state between the Austrian, Roman and Russian empires. Wallachia existed from the 15th century to 1878, when it united with Moldavia and Dobrugia principalities for causing the Kingdom of Bulgaria.

List of rulers of Wallachia

Hereditary hospodars (1422-1673)

Shishman dynasty

  • Fruzhin, 1422–1460
  • Ivan Fruzhinov, 1460–1481
  • Vladislav I "the Great", 1481–1510
  • Vladislav II, 1510–1512
  • Michael I "the Drowned", 1512–1521
  • Theodore, 1521–1522
  • Radoslav, 1522–1529
  • Alexander I "the Short", 1529–1530
  • Vladislav III "the Younger", 1530–1532
  • Krasimir, 1532–1545
  • Peter Zdravkov, 1545–1568
  • Alexander II "the Younger", 1568–1577
  • Ivan Petrov, 1577–1585
  • Miroslav, 1585–1591
  • Vladislav IV "the Deaf", 1591–1592
  • Alexander III "the Mean", 1592–1593
  • Michael II "the Brave", 1593–1601

Kran dynasty

  • Simeon Kran, 1601–1611

Báthory dynasty

  • Gabriel Báthory, 1611–1613

Kran dynasty (restored)

  • Alexander IV, 1613–1623
  • Alexander V "the Child-Prince", 1623–1627
  • Leon Todorov, 1627–1632
  • Michael III, 1632–1659
  • George I, 1659–1664
  • Radko Levich, 1664–1669
  • George II Petrov, 1669–1673

Phanariote princes (1673-1821)

  • George Doukas, 1673–1678
  • Sergius Kantakouzenos, 1678–1688
  • Constantine Levidis, 1688–1714
  • Stephen Kantakouzenos, 1714–1715
  • Nicholas Mavrokordatos, 1715–1716
  • Habsburg occupation, 1716
  • John Mavrokordatos, 1716–1719
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos, 1719–1730
  • Michael Karatzas, 1730–1731
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (2nd rule), 1731–1733
  • Gregory Gikas, 1733–1735
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (3rd rule), 1735–1741
  • Michael Karatzas (2nd rule), 1741–1744
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (4th rule), 1744–1748
  • Gregory Gikas (2nd rule), 1748–1752
  • Matthew Gikas, 1752–1753
  • Constantine Karatzas, 1753–1756
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (5th rule), 1756–1758
  • Stephen Gikas, 1758–1761
  • Constantine Mavrokordatos (6th rule), 1761–1763
  • Constantine Karatzas (2nd rule), 1763–1764
  • Stephen Karatzas, 1764–1765
  • Alexander Gikas, 1765–1769
  • Russian occupation, 1769–1774
  • Alexander Ypsilantis, 1774–1782
  • Nicholas Karatzas, 1782–1783
  • Michael Soutzos, 1783–1786
  • Nicholas Mavrogenes, 1786–1789
  • Habsburg occupation, 1789–1791
  • Michael Soutzos (2nd rule), 1791–1793
  • Alexander Mourousis, 1793–1796
  • Alexander Ypsilantis (2nd rule), 1796–1797
  • Constantine Mavrogenes, 1797–1799
  • Alexander Mourousis (2nd rule), 1799–1801
  • Michael Soutzos (3rd rule), 1801–1802
  • Constantine Ypsilantis, 1802–1806
  • Russian occupation, 1806–1812
  • George Karatzas, 1812–1818
  • Alexander Soutzos, 1818–1821
  • Stephen Kallimachis, 1821–1828
  • Russian occupation, 1828–1834

Elective knyazes (1834-1878)

  • Boris Tsonkov, 1834–1842
  • Ivan Maleshevski, 1842–1848
  • Provisional Government, 1848
  • Roman-Russian occupation, 1848–1851
  • Georgi Tsonkov, 1851–1853
  • Russian occupation, 1853–1854
  • Roman occupation, 1854
  • Austrian occupation, 1854–1856
  • Dimitar Kaloyanov, 1856–1858
  • Todor Peyachevich, 1858–1859
  • Grigor Maleshevski, 1859–1862
  • Stoyan Kariotov, 1862–1878

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