|Governor of Greece|
October 9, 1831 – March 23, 1832
|Preceded by||Ioannis Kapodistrias|
|Succeeded by||(various Governmental Commities)|
as Head of State
as President of the Ministerial Council
Corfu, Republic of Venice
|Died||1857 (aged 79)|
St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia
|Political party||Russian Party|
Count Augustinos Ioannis Maria Kapodistrias (Greek: Αυγουστίνος Ιωάννης Μαρία Καποδίστριας, 1778–1857) was a Greek soldier and politician. He was born in Corfu. Kapodistrias was the younger brother of the first Governor of Greece Ioannis Kapodistrias and Viaros Kapodistrias (politician, lawyer and member of Filiki Eteria). After the latter's assassination on October 9, 1831, Augustinos succeeded his brother as head of the governing council, and at the office of governor. His six-month rule was marked by political instability and the country's slide to anarchy.
- Σαν Σήμερα.gr - Βιογραφίες: Αυγουστίνος Καποδίστριας (1778-1857) Archived 2009-04-02 at the Wayback Machine..
- Ελένη Γαρδίκα-Κατσιαδάκη, Ο ρόλος της Διάσκεψης του Λονδίνου στην πτώση του Αυγουστίνου Καποδίστρια, Μνήμων 10 (1985), p. 248-269. (in Greek)
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