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  1. Basarab III cel Bătrân ("the Old"), also known as Laiotă Basarab or Basarab Laiotă (? – 22 December 1480) was Voivode of the principality of Wallachia in the 1470s, repeating the achievement of Dan II in being elected by the boyars as voivode on five occasions.

  2. The House of Basarab (also Bazarab or Bazaraad, Romanian: Basarab pronounced [basaˈrab] ⓘ) was a ruling family of Cuman origin, [1] which had an important role in the establishing of the Principality of Wallachia, giving the country its first line of Princes, one closely related with the Mușatin rulers of Moldavia.

  3. Christian. Basarab I ( Romanian: [basaˈrab] ⓘ ), also known as Basarab the Founder ( Romanian: Basarab Întemeietorul; c. 1270 – 1351/1352), was a voivode and later the first independent ruler of Wallachia who lived in the first half of the 14th century. Many details of his life are uncertain.

  4. Basarab III cel Bătrân , also known as Laiotă Basarab or Basarab Laiotă was Voivode of the principality of Wallachia in the 1470s, repeating the achievement of Dan II in being elected by the boyars as voivode on five occasions. Moreover, he succeeded the same ruler on four occasions.

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  6. Basarab III cel Bătrân ("the Old"), also known as Laiotă Basarab or Basarab Laiotă (? – 22 December 1480) was Voivode of the principality of Wallachia in the 1470s, repeating the achievement of Dan II in being elected by the boyars as voivode on five occasions.

  7. Apr 30, 2022 · Age 49. Death of Basarab III Laiota "the Old" at T... Transylvania, Romania. December 22, 1480. Age 49. Burial of Basarab III Laiota "the Old". Genealogy for Basarab III Laiota "the Old" (1431 - 1480) family tree on Geni, with over 250 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

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