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Georgios Tertsetis (Greek: Γεώργιος Τερτσέτης; 1800, Zakynthos – 15 April 1874, Athens) was a Greek independence fighter, historian, politician, poet, writer, judge and philosopher. He is best known, along with Anastasios Polyzoidis, for his refusal to agree to the condemnation and execution of Theodoros Kolokotronis and Dimitrios Plapoutas, in 1832.
- Roderick Beaton, David Ricks, The making of modern Greece: nationalism, Romanticism, & the uses of the past (1797-1896), Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009, p. 117
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