Andrij Savka / Andrew Sawka
|Cause of death||hanging (capital punishment)|
|Other names||Robin Hood of the Lemkos|
Andrij Savka (Ukrainian: Андрій Савка), alternatively Andrew Sawka, was a Lemko bandit and folk hero from Dukla. He was born in 1619 in Stebník. In 1651, he led 500 men as part of a peasant revolt known as the Kostka-Napierski Uprising. He was the son of a church cantor, and had some education.
- Trochanowski, Petro (1999). "Andrii Savka v panteoni Lemkivskŷkh zbiinykiv". Lemkivskii kalendar [Lemko Yearbook] (in Polish). Legnica and Krynica. pp. 50–60. OCLC 271512456.