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  • [[Image:Diovouniotis.jpg|thumb|200px|Yiannis Diovouniotis ([[1757]]-[[1831]])]] '''Yiannis Diovouniotis''' (Greek:''Γιάννης Δυοβουνιώτης'') ([[1757]]-[[1831]]) was a Greek commander who fought in the [[War of Independence]] in the [
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  • ...is]] and [[Ioannis Kolettis]] - that governed Greece. On [[December 5]], [[1831]], he was name "President of the Government". On [[March 15]], [[1832]], he ...Greece|before=[[Ioannis Kapodistrias]]|after=[[King Otto]] of Greece|years=1831-1832}}
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  • '''Georgios Mavromichalis''' ([[1799]] - [[1831]]) was the third son of the great Maniot leader [[Petrobey Mavromichalis]]. On [[September 27]], [[1831]] the two men awaited the governor outside St Spyridon church in [[Nafplio]
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  • He died in [[Hydra]] in [[1831]]. [[Category:1831 deaths|Tombazis, Manolis]]
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  • Sotiropoulos was born in [[1831]] in [[Nafplio]]. He studied Law and, after the overthrow of [[King Otto]], [[Category:1831 births|Sotiropoulos, Sotirios]]
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  • Maraslis was born on [[July 25]], [[1831]] in Odessa, to a Greek family that hailed from Mara, near Philippoupolis, [[Category:1831 births|Maraslis, Gregorios]]
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  • Botasis died a pauper, in [[Nafplio]], in [[1831]]. [[Category:1831 deaths|Botasis, Gikas]]
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  • *[[1831]]: [[Ioannis Kapodistrias]] is assassinated outside St Spyridon church in [ ==Deaths==
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  • De Rigny returned to France and was made a Count. In [[1831]] he became Minister of the Navy and, in [[1834]], Foreign Minister. He die [[Category:1835 deaths|De Rigny, Henri]]
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  • *[[1831]]: The government of [[Ioannis Kapodistrias]] publishes the first law conce ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1831]]: [[Georgios Mavromichalis]] is executed for the murder of Governor [[Ioan ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1831]]: [[Gregorios Maraslis]], national benefactor ==Deaths==
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  • ...[[Georgios Mavromichalis]] decided to take revenge. On [[September 27]], [[1831]] the two Maniots were waiting by the doors of the church St. Spyridonas in [[Category:1831 deaths|Mavromichalis, Konstantinos]]
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  • *[[1831]]: [[Augustinos Kapodistrias]] is named President of the government of Gree ==Deaths==
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  • ...nd was appointed by him minister of war. When Kapodistrias was murdered in 1831 Metaxas became a member of the provisional government which held office til [[category:1860 deaths|Metaxas, Andreas]]
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  • ...Minister ([[1826]]-[[1828]]) and Foreign and Finance Minister ([[1828]]-[[1831]]) under King Ludwig I of Bavaria in the government of Bavaria. He was a li [[Category:1853 deaths|Armansperg, Josef Ludwig von]]
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  • ...hurch]]. Vamvas started his work on the translation of the scriptures in [[1831]]. The work was completed and published in [[1850]] through the assistance [[Category:1856 deaths|Vamvas, Neophytus]]
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  • ...Greece]], as well as in the [[Fifth National Assembly]] at [[Nafplion]] ([[1831]]), as representative of [[Epirus]].<ref name=nbg/> During Kapodistrias' premiership ([[1828]]–[[1831]]), he participated in the three-member Economic Committee that was respons
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  • ...avromichalis|Konstantinos]] murdered Kapodistrias on [[September 27]]th, [[1831]]. Petros publicly disapproved of the murder. [[Category:1848 deaths|Mavromichalis, Petrobey]]
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  • ...oy his skill in the employment of fireships against them at [[Poros]] in [[1831]]. He was one of the deputation sent to invite [[King Otto]] to accept the [[Category:1835 deaths|Miaoulis, Andreas]]
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