Iliaș Alexandru

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Iliaş Alexandru as he appeared on a 1999 stamp.

Iliaş Alexandru (also called Iliaş III) was voivode or Ruler of Moldova from 1666 to 1668.[1] He was the son of a previous ruler. The person who preceded and reigned after him was Gheorghe Duca.

In 1668 he punished Nicolae Milescu who had been plotting against him by having his nose cut off. Milescu had to leave and went to Constantinople.[2]

In 1999 he was seen on a Moldovan stamp.

Preceded by
George Ducas
Prince/Voivode of Moldavia
1666–1668
Succeeded by
George Ducas

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moldavia, tacitus.nu, accessed April 2010
  2. ^ Nicolae Milescu, Britannica.com, accessed April 2010