Stephen III of Moldavia, known as Stephen the Great , was Voivode of Moldavia from 1457 to 1504. He was the son of and co-ruler with Bogdan II, who was murdered in 1451 in a conspiracy organized by his brother and Stephen's uncle Peter III Aaron who took the throne. Stephen fled to Hungary, and later to Wallachia, but with the support of Vlad III Dracula, Voivode of Wallachia, he returned to ...
Dec 08, 2017 · Stephen III of Moldavia had sent envoys asking for Vlad to be released, and according to the Slavic legend, was set free after he converted to Christianity. Then he returned to Transylvania in 1475, yet with no military support from the Kingdom of Hungary to regain his throne.
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Stephen III of Moldavia, known as Stephen the Great, was Voivode of Moldavia from 1457 to 1504. He was the son of and co-ruler with Bogdan II, who was murdered in 1451 in a conspiracy organized by his brother and Stephen's uncle Peter III Aaron who took the throne.
Aug 17, 2017 · Stephen III, who ruled Moldavia from 1457 until his death and is known as “Stephen the Great and Holy”. If you’re into that sort of thing, he is said to have fought dozens of battles against all comers during his reign, and only lost two of them.
Stephen III of Moldavia hurried to Chilia (now Kiliya in Ukraine) to seize the important fortress where a Hungarian garrison had been placed.    Vlad also departed for Chilia, but left behind a troop of 6,000 strong to try to hinder the march of the sultan's army, but the Ottomans defeated the Wallachians. 
Jan 07, 2015 · The country was governed by Prince Stephen III (r. 1457-1504), its most remarkable medieval ruler. Stephen was trying to maintain Moldavia’s independence in the face of powerful and ambitious neighbours, Sultan Mehmed II to the south, King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary to the west, and King Jan I Olbracht of Poland to the north.
Stephen III was succeeded by increasingly weaker princes, and in 1538 Moldavia became a vassal of the Ottoman Empire, to which it owed a percentage of the internal revenue, that in time rose to 10%. Moldavia was forbidden to have foreign relations to the detriment of the Ottoman Empire (although at times the country managed to circumvent this ...
Stephen III of Moldavia. st.Ștefan cel Mare. 생몰년: 1433? ~ 1504 통치기: 1457 ~ 1504
Helene of Moldavia (d. 1505)Princess of Moscow. Died on January 18, 1505; daughter of Stephen III, hospodar of Moldavia; married Ivan the Younger (1456–1490), prince of Moscow (r. 1471–1490), on January 6, 1482; children: Dimitri of Moscow (b. 1485).