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Stephen I of Moldavia

Stephen I
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Prince of Moldavia
ReignMarch 1394 – 1399
PredecessorRoman I of Moldavia
SuccessorIuga of Moldavia
Borncca 1364
Died1399
DynastyBogdan-Mușat
ReligionOrthodox

Stephen I of Moldavia (Moldavian: Ştefan I), (?1364 – 1399) was Prince of Moldavia from 1394 to 1399. He succeeded to the throne as son of the previous ruler, Roman I and succeeded by his brother Iuga(Yuri) whom he associated to the throne in 1399 when he fell ill.[1]

Stephen I's rule is notable for his victory at Ghindaoani (Neamt County) in February 1395 against king Sigismund I of Hungary who wished to assert his suzerainty over Moldavia (Stephen having had secured the support & agreed to be vassal of king Wladislaw II Jagello of Poland).[2]

Stephen I is buried at Bogdana Monastery in Radauti, Romania next to his father Roman I, grandfather Costea & great-grandfather Bogdan I - the founder of independent Moldavia.[3]

Preceded by
Roman I of Moldavia
Prince of Moldavia
1394–1399
Succeeded by
Iuga of Moldavia

See also

References

  1. ^ Rezachevici, Constantin (2001). Cronologia critică a domnilor din Țara Românească și Moldova a. 1324 - 1881, Volumul I. Editura Enciclopedică.
  2. ^ http://www.istoria.md/articol/588/Iuga_Ologul,_domn_al_Moldovei
  3. ^ Rezachevici, Constantin (2001). Cronologia critică a domnilor din Țara Românească și Moldova a. 1324 - 1881, Volumul I. Editura Enciclopedică.



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