|Died||1830 (age 27)
He was born in Hydra. During the Greek War of Independence, he commanded a ship in the squadron of vice-admiral Georgios Sachtouris and distinguished himself in a naval battle between Kythira and Crete. Later, he moved to Athens, where the Acropolis was still held by an Ottoman garrison. There he was infected by typhoid fever and died in 1830 at the age of 27.
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