Simion Movilă

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Simion Movilă, a boyar of the Movileşti family, was twice Prince of Wallachia (October 1600 – 3 July 1601; August 1601 – August 1602) and Prince of Moldavia on one occasion (10 July 1606 – 24 September 1607).

He was the grandson of Petru Rareș, brother of Ieremia Movilă, and father of Peter Mogila, who became the Metropolitan of Kiev, Halych and All-Rus' from 1633 until his death, and later was canonized as a saint in the Orthodox churches of Romania, Ukraine and Poland.


Preceded by
Michael the Brave
Prince of Wallachia
1600–1601
Succeeded by
Radu Mihnea
Preceded by
Radu Mihnea
Prince of Wallachia
1601–1602
Succeeded by
Radu Şerban
Preceded by
Ieremia Movilă
Prince of Moldavia
1606–1607
Succeeded by
Mihail Movilă