Vladislav I of Wallachia

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Vladislav I (Vlaicu-Vodă)
Vladislav Vlaicu.jpg
Voivode of Wallachia
Reign November 1364–1377
Predecessor Nicholas Alexander
Successor Radu I
House House of Basarab
Father Nicolae Alexandru
Died 1377

Vladislav I (Bulgarian: Владислав I Romanian: Vladhyslao I[1]) of the Basarab dynasty, also known as Vlaicu[2] or Vlaicu-Vodă, was a ruler of the principality of Wallachia (a part of modern-day Romania) (1364 – c. 1377).

He was a vassal of the Bulgarian Emperor Ivan Alexander.[3] In February 1369 Vladislav I subdued Vidin[4] and recognised Louis I of Hungary as his overlord in return for Severin, Amlaş, and Făgăraş. In 1373 Louis I took Severin again but the Vlachs recovered it in 1376–1377.

Probably his son was Vlad I of Wallachia.[5]

Wallachia between the 13th and 16th centuries

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ангелов, Д. История на България, Том 3, Втора Българска Държава, БАН, 1982, с.331
  2. ^ Czamańska, Ilona (1996). Mołdawia i Wołoszczyzna wobec Polski, Węgier i Turcji w XIV i XV wieku. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. p. 198. ISBN 83-232-0733-X. 
  3. ^ Bakalov, Istorija na Bǎlgarija, "Dobrotica (neizv.–okolo 1385)"
  4. ^ Czamańska, Ilona (1996). Mołdawia i Wołoszczyzna wobec Polski, Węgier i Turcji w XIV i XV wieku. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. p. 200. ISBN 83-232-0733-X. 
  5. ^ Czamańska, Ilona (1996). Mołdawia i Wołoszczyzna wobec Polski, Węgier i Turcji w XIV i XV wieku. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. p. 211. ISBN 83-232-0733-X. 
Preceded by
Nicolae Alexandru
Prince of Wallachia
1364 – c. 1377
Succeeded by
Radu I