Alexander the Good Мушатины, Prince of Moldavia

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Alexander the Good Мушатины, Prince of Moldavia

Romanian: Alexandru cel Bun Мушатины, Domnitor al Moldovei, Lithuanian: Aleksandras Gerasis Мушатины, Moldavijos vaivada, Russian: Александр I Добрый Мушатины, Prince of Moldavia
Also Known As: "Александру чел Бун", "Олександр Добрий", "Alexandru I Mușat"
Death: Died
Place of Burial: Bistrita, Romania
Immediate Family:

Son of Roman I Muşat, Voivode of Moldavia and Anastasia
Husband of Margit Banffy de Alsolindva; Anna Yurievna Gediminids Koryats, Princess of Podolia and Marina Muşatа
Ex-husband of Rimgaile Anna Elizabeth Gediminds, Lithuanian Princess
Father of Stefan II Muşat; Roman Muşat; Alexandru Muşat; Iliaş; Vasilisa Cneajna Maria Muşat, Princess of Moldavia and 1 other
Brother of Bogdan II, Prince of Moldavia and Iuga Muşat

Occupation: молдавский господарь, правитель Молдавского княжества (1400-1432)
Managed by: Henn Sarv
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About Alexander the Good Мушатины, Prince of Moldavia


Alexander cel Bun (Alexandru cel Bun; Alexandru I Muşat) was a Voivode (Prince) of Moldavia, reigning between 1400 and 1432,[1] son of Roman I Muşat. He succeeded Iuga to the throne,[2] and, as a ruler, initiated a series of reforms while consolidating the status of the Moldavian Principality.

Four legitimate wives – Margareta Loszonc, Ana Neacşa, Rymgajla (daughter of Kęstutis and sister of Vytautas the Great of Lithuania; divorced in 1421), and Mariana – and at least three concubines. He had twenty-four sons (including illegitimate) – six of them later reigning in Moldavia – and seventeen daughters. He was father-in-law to Vlad II Dracul and grandfather to Vlad III the Impaler through his eldest daughter, Cneajna.

He died on January 1, 1432, and was buried in the Bistriţa Monastery.