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  1. Romanian: Radu IV "cel Mare". Also Known As: "the Great". Birthdate: 1467. Death: April 23, ...

    Also Known As:
    "the Great"
    Birthdate:
    1467
    Death:
    April 23, 1508 (40-41)
    Immediate Family:
    Son of Vlad IV "the Monk" Drac ...
    • "the Great"
    • April 23, 1508 (40-41)
    • 1467
    • Dr. Bakay Mária (C)
  2. Radu IV the Great ( Romanian: Radu cel Mare ), (1467 – 23 April 1508) was a Voivode ( Prince) of Wallachia from September 1495 to April 1508. He succeeded his father, Vlad Călugărul, who was one of the three brothers to Vlad III the Impaler ( Romanian: Vlad Țepeș ). He was married to Princess Catalina Crnojević of Zeta (sometimes spelled as Katarina or Jekaterina), daughter of Andrija Crnojević.

  3. Radu IV the Great (Romanian: Radu cel Mare), (1467 – 23 April 1508) was a Voivode (Prince) of Wallachia from September 1495 to April 1508. He succeeded his father, Vlad Călugărul, who was one of the three brothers to Vlad III the Impaler (Romanian: Vlad Țepeș). He was married to Princess Catalina Crnojević of Zeta (sometimes spelled as Katarina or Jekaterina), daughter of Andrija Crnojević.

  4. Radu IV the Great , was a Voivode of Wallachia from September 1495 to April 1508. He succeeded his father, Vlad Călugărul, who was one of the three brothers to Vlad III the Impaler . He was married to Princess Catalina Crnojević of Zeta , daughter of Andrija Crnojević. The marriage was arranged by her uncle Ivan Crnojević, Prince of Zeta after her father's death. Radu was succeeded by his ...

  5. Radu IV the Great (Radu cel Mare), (1467 – 23 April 1508) was a Voivode (Prince) of Wallachia from September 1495 to April 1508. Subsequently, Radu IV the Great (Radu cel Mare, who ruled 1495–1508) reached several compromises with the boyars, ensuring a period of internal stability that contrasted his clash with Bogdan III the One-Eyed of Moldavia.

  6. Radu IV the Great ( Romanian: Radu cel Mare), (1467 – 23 April 1508) was a Voivode ( Prince) of Wallachia from September 1495 to April 1508. He succeeded his father, Vlad Călugărul, who was one of the three brothers to Vlad III the Impaler ( Romanian: Vlad Țepeș). He was married to Princess Catalina Crnojević of Zeta (sometimes spelled as Katarina or Jekaterina), daughter of Andrija Crnojević.

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