Battle of Agios Vlassis
When Georgios Karaiskakis was told of their whereabouts, he and his men took up positions on the heights of Koromilia, at Agios Vlassis, Evrytania, Central Greece. The Turkish forces tried to negotiate and bribe their way through but were refused. Finally, their leader, Hadji-Bento, duelled Karaiskakis and was shot dead. The Greek forces then proceeded to attack the Ottomans, pinning them against the Achelous river. The Greeks defeated them, inflicting casualties of some 200 dead and capturing much war materiel. The defeated Ottoman forces retreated to Agrinio.
In 1985, a bust of Karaiskakis was set up at the site of the battle.