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Yiannis Pharmakis

Yiannis Pharmakis
Ιωάννης Φαρμάκης
Born 1772
Vlasti, Macedonia, Ottoman Empire
Died 1821
Constantinople, Ottoman Empire
Allegiance Greece
Battles/wars Greek War of Independence

Yiannis Pharmakis or Ioannis Farmakis (Greek: Ιωάννης Φαρμάκης) (1772–1821), born in Vlasti, Macedonia (Greece), was a Greek[1] revolutionary leader of the Greek War of Independence, active in Wallachia and Moldavia.[2][3]

Ιωάννης Φαρμάκης

Initially a commander of the Constantinople, where they were publicly executed in 1821.

See also


  1. ^ Douglas Dakin. The unification of Greece, 1770-1923. Benn, 1972, p. 39: "Farmakis and other chiefs were humiliated and tortured, and were then sent to Constantinople where they were put to death. Thus perished two of the great sons of the Greek nation".
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External links

  • Secu Monastery: Pharmakis' Final Resistance (in Romanian)
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