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Danylo Apostol

Danylo Pavlovych Apostol
Apostol Danylo 3.png
Hetman of Zaporizhian Host
In office
1727–1734
Monarch Peter II
Anna
Preceded byoffice restored ( Collegium of Little Russia)
Succeeded byoffice liquidated (Governing Council of the Hetman Office)
Personal details
Born( 1654-12-14)December 14, 1654
Sorochyntsi, Myrhorod Regiment, Cossack Hetmanate
DiedJanuary 29, 1734(1734-01-29) (aged 79)
Sorochyntsi, Myrhorod Regiment, Cossack Hetmanate
Resting placeChurch of Lord's Transfiguration, Velyki Sorochyntsi, Myrhorod Raion
ChildrenPavlo, Petro, Marta, Hanna (Sr), Paraska, Tetiana, Maria, Hanna (Jr)
AwardsOrder of St. Alexander Nevsky
Military service
AllegianceRussian Empire
Branch/serviceCossack Army
Years of service1682-1734
RankActing Hetman
Battles/warsAzov campaigns (1695–96)
Great Northern War
Pruth River Campaign

Danylo Apostol (Ukrainian: Данило Апостол; Russian: Данила Апостол; Romanian: Dănilă Apostol) (1654–1734), was a Hetman of Zaporizhian Host from 1727 to 1734.

Brief biography

Hetman Danylo Apostol
Danylo Apostol's coat of arms

Born in a Cossack family of Moldavian origin, Danylo Apostol was a prominent military leader, polkovnyk (colonel) of the Myrhorod Regiment, and a participant in the Russian campaigns against the Ottoman Empire and Crimean Khanate. He fought in the Great Northern War between 1701 and 1705 against the Swedes in Livonia and the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, but in 1708 briefly joined Hetman Ivan Mazepa who sided with Charles XII of Sweden against Peter I of Russia. Later, Danylo Apostol again switched sides and fought on the Russian side, distinguishing himself in the Battle of Poltava. In 1722, he led Cossack units during the Russo-Persian War that led to the expansion of Russian power in the Caspian region. Danylo Apostol lost his eye during the capture of Persian Derbent fortress, this will give him a nickname "blind Hetman".

In the 1723-1725 Cossack starshyna, Danylo Apostol was accused of being involved in the alleged mutiny plot of Hetman Pavlo Polubotok and was suspected in treason by Catherine I. In 1727, Apostol was elected to be Hetman of the left-bank Ukraine. During his rule Little Russia and Cossack nobility increased their wealth and estates at the same time as it was further incorporated into the Russian Empire. Danylo Apostol died in 1734, and the new Hetman was not elected until 1750.

Apostol's grandson Joachim A. Gorlenko (1705–1754), the son of his daughter Maria, entered the priesthood of the Russian Orthodox Church and became Ioasaph of Belgorod, who was glorified as a saint in 1911.

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Predessor
Collegium of Little Russia
(Pavlo Polubotok)
Herb Viyska Zaporozkoho.svg Hetman of Zaporizhian Host
1727–1734
Herb Viyska Zaporozkoho.svg Successor
Governing Council
(Yakiv Lyzohub)
Predessor
Mykhailo Kiyashko
Myrhorod polk.svg Myrhorod Regiment
1682–1727
Myrhorod polk.svg Successor
Pavlo Apostol

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