|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Principality of Romania|
October 17, 1865 – February 10, 1866
|Monarch||Alexandru Ioan Cuza|
|Preceded by||Nicolae Rosetti-Bălănescu|
|Succeeded by||Ion Ghica|
|Minister of Culture and Public Instruction|
November 16, 1868 – 1870
January 15, 1833|
|Died||June 6, 1898
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Alexandru Papadopol-Calimah (January 15, 1833 – June 18, 1898) also known as Alexandru Papadopol-Callimachi was a Romanian historian, publicist and politician who served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Culture and Public Instruction of Principality of Romania.
Life and political career
Papadopol-Calimah was born on January 15, 1833 in Tecuci, to the family of Nicephorus Papadopol, a ship captain and his wife Euphrosyne Callimah who was the daughter of Prince of Wallachia Scarlat Callimachi Voevod. He served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Nicolae Creţulescu cabinet from October 17, 1865 until February 10, 1866 and as the Minister of Culture and Public Instruction from November 16, 1868 until 1870 in Dimitrie Ghica's cabinet. Papadopol-Calimah was a member since September 12, 1876 and Vice President of the Romanian Academy from March 18, 1885 to April 5, 1886. He died on June 18, 1898 in Tecuci.
- Lecca, Octav-George (2001). Familiile boierești române. Bucharest: Muzeului Literaturii Române. pp. 174–177.
- Rusu, Dorina (1999). Membrii Academiei Române. 1866-1999. Dicționar. Bucharest: Academiei Române. p. 393.
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