Vladislav I of Wallachia
|Vladislav I (Vlaicu-Vodă)|
|Voivode of Wallachia|
|House||House of Basarab|
Vladislav I (Bulgarian: Владислав I Romanian: Vladhyslao I) of the Basarab dynasty, also known as Vlaicu-Vodă, was a ruler of the principality of Wallachia (a part of modern-day Romania) (1364 – c. 1377).
He was a vassal of the Bulgarian Emperor Ivan Alexander. In February 1369 Vladislav I subdued Vidin and recognised Louis I of Hungary as his overlord in return for Severin, Amlaş, and Făgăraş. In 1373 Louis I took Severin again but the Vlachs recovered it in 1376–1377.
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|Prince of Wallachia
1364 – c. 1377
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