Definition of Caimacam. Meaning of Caimacam. Synonyms of Caimacam

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Definition of Caimacam

Caimacam
Caimacam Cai`ma*cam", n. [Turk.] The governor of a sanjak or district in Turkey.

Meaning of Caimacam from wikipedia

- Qaim Maqam, Qaimaqam or Kaymakam (also spelled kaimakam and caimacam; Ottoman Turkish: قائم مقام‎, "sub-governor") is the title used for the governor of...
- Protectorate established by the Treaty of Paris (1856–1859) Caimacam Alexandru II Ghica 1856–1858 Caimacam of three 1858–1859 Ioan Manu, Emanoil Băleanu, Ioan...
- Constantinople on 23 July 1684 and died in Bucharest on 23 February 1719, was caimacam of Moldavia (7 October 1711 – 16 November 1711) and Prince of Wallachia...
- family, was Prince of Wallachia from April 1834 to 7 October 1842 and later caimacam (regent) from July 1856 to October 1858. He was son of Demetriu Ghica and...
- Cantacuzino (transitional Cyrillic: Кonстanтin Кanтaкozino; 1790s–1877), was the Caimacam (Regent) of Wallachia in September 1848–June 1849, appointed directly by...
- Prince of Moldavia 1792 Succeeded by Michael Drakos Soutzos Preceded by Caimacam Iordache Conta Prince of Moldavia 1802–1806 Succeeded by Scarlat Callimachi...
- Extraordinary Administrative Council 1856 1856 Caimacam Teodor Balș 1856 1857 Caimacam Nicolae Vogoride 1857 1858 Caimacams 1858 1859 Ștefan Catargiu, Vasile S****za...
- radical campaigners was debated intensely. In September 1857, given that Caimacam Nicolae Vogoride had perpetrated fraud in elections in Moldavia, the Powers...
- Moldavia – 12 April 1863, Bucharest, Romanian United Prin****lities) was a caimacam (temporary replacement of Prince; from Turkish: kaymakam) who ruled Moldavia...
- Grigore Brâncovenu was a Caimacam and ruler of Wallachia in 1818....
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