Ieremia Movilă

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Ieremia Movilă (Jeremi Mohyła in Polish) was a Hospodar (Prince) of Moldavia between August 1595 and May 1600, and again between September 1600 and July 10, 1606.


A boyar of the Movileşti family, Ieremia was placed on the throne in Iaşi by Polish Kanclerz (Chancellor) and hetman Jan Zamoyski after the ousting of Ştefan Răzvan. Zamoyski's intervention had been prompted by Răzvan's acceptance of Imperial tutelage over Moldavia, after having received backing from Transylvanian Prince Sigismund Báthory and Emperor Rudolf II. The potential conflict with the country's Ottoman overlord was defused after the Poles negotiated an agreement with Sinan Pasha, although Moldavia was invaded by the Khan of Crimea and Ottoman vassal Ğazı II Giray. Poland and the Turks signed the Treaty of Cecora after the defeat of Tatar troops in October, with the Porte agreeing to Ieremia's rule. Moldavia became a vassal of both countries, still owing tribute to the Ottomans. Ştefan Răzvan tried to return on the throne, but he was faced with the ruthless resistance of Zamoyski and Movilă, being captured and impaled.

Ieremia's rule faced a more formidable foe in Wallachian Prince Michael the......
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