Panagiotakis Fotilas

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Panagiotakis Fotilas
Born Kalavryta, Ottoman Empire (now Greece) Flag of Greece
Died 1824
Greece
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.

Biography[edit]

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.

References[edit]

  • 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)