Panagiotakis Fotilas

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Panagiotakis Fotilas
Born Kalavryta, Ottoman Empire (now Greece) Flag of Greece
Died 1824
Nationality Greek
Occupation Greek revolutionary leader

Panagiotakis Fotilas (Greek: Παναγιωτάκης Φωτήλας; died 1824) was a Greek politician and a revolutionary leader. He was the son of Asimakis.


Fotilas was born in Kalavryta. On March 19, 1821, he attempted to kill the Turks in Sopoto. He battled in the battle of Lalas and the Siege of Patras.


  • Peloponisii agonistes tou 1821, Nikitara apomnimonevmata (Πελοποννήσιοι αγωνιστές του 1821, Νικηταρά απομνημονεύματα = Peloponnesian Revolutionary Leaders in 1821, Nikitaras Remembered), Fotakos, Vergina publishers, Athens 1996
  • Fotakou apomnimonevmata (Φωτάκου απομνημονεύματα = Fotakou Remembered), Vergina, 1996
  • This article is translated and is based from the article at the Greek Wikipedia (el:Main Page)