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  • ...at island. He was killed there, in a battle at Styra, on [[January 22]], [[1822]]. [[Category:1822 deaths|Mavromichalis, Elias]]
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  • ...Commander in Chief with [[Dramali Pasha]]. He died later that same year ([[1822]]). [[Category:1822 deaths|Hursid Pasha]]
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  • ...[List of Constantinople patriarchs|Patriarch of Constantinople]] between [[1822]] and [[1824]]. ...ween [[1797]] and [[1821]] and Metropolitan of [[Chalcedon]] ([[1821]] - [[1822]]).
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  • On [[July 26]], [[1822]], his main army passed through [[Dervenakia]] and were ambushed by Kolokot ...o escape to [[Corinth]]. There, a broken man, he died on [[October 26]], [[1822]].
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  • Kara-Ali arrived in Chios on Orthodox Holy Thursday [[March 30]], [[1822]] with 35 - 40 ships. He commenced his attack against the island by bombard [[Category:1822 deaths|Kara-Ali pasha]]
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  • Zaimis was born in Kerpini, [[Kalavryta]] on [[October 29]], [[1822]], the son of [[Andreas Zaimis]]. He studied law in France and, in [[1850]] [[Category:1822 births|Zaimis, Thrasivoulos]]
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  • Mavromichalis was killed at Fanari, [[Preveza]] on [[July 4]], [[1822]] and was buried in [[Mesolonghi]]. He was the father of [[Petros Mavromich [[Category:1822 deaths|Mavromichalis, Kyriakoulis]]
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  • Pipinos was born in [[Hydra]] in [[1780]]. In [[1822]], he took part, with [[Konstantinos Kanaris]], in the burning of the Turki [[Category:1836 deaths|Pipinos, Andreas]]
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  • In [[1822]], he took part in the [[Battle of Komboti]] and the [[Battle of Peta]]. Th In October [[1822]], Varnakiotis was replaced by [[Markos Botsaris]] as leader of the Greek r
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  • ...es]] between December [[1821]] and January [[1822]]. On [[September 8]], [[1822]], he successfully led the effort to defend the island against an attempted [[Category:1844 deaths|Mexis, Hadjiyiannis]]
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  • *[[1822]]: The Ottoman fleet is repelled by local forces at [[Spetses]]. ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: The [[First siege of Mesolonghi]] begins as [[Kutahye]] pasha's army enc ==Deaths==
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  • Born [[1741]], Tepelenë (Southern Albania) - Died [[January 17|17 Jan]] [[1822]], Monastery of Pandeleimonos (near [[Ioannina city|Ioannina]]) [[Category: 1822 deaths|Ali Pasha]]
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  • On [[March 10]], [[1822]], despite the opposition of the revolutionary leadership, he landed in [[C [[Category:1850 deaths|Logothetis, Lycurgus]]
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Ali Pasha]] is beheaded by the Turks on a small island of [[Lake Pamvo ==Deaths==
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  • ...embly]] of [[Epidaurus]] ([[1822]]), served as minister for the economy ([[1822]]) and took part in the [[Second National Assembly]] in [[1823]]. He presid [[Category:1849 deaths|Notaras, Panoutsos]]
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Kutahye]] pasha enters [[Agrinio|Vrachori]] and burns it to the ground ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Konstantinos Kanaris]] destroys the flag ship of the Turkish navy off *[[1949]]: A TAE DC-3 crashes at Kakosalesi resulting in the deaths of four crew members and 18 passengers.
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  • *[[1822]]: The first siege of [[Messolonghi]] commences. ==Deaths==
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  • ...as a representative of [[Spetses]] between December [[1821]] and January [[1822]]. Afterwards, he took part in the capture of [[Nafplio]]. [[Category:1831 deaths|Botasis, Gikas]]
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  • He was at different times commander of 3rd infantry division. In 1822, at the age of 52, he resigned and for the next 15 years,he lived in his ma [[Category:1837 deaths|Vlastos, George]]
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  • ...Assembly]] of Independence begins at [[Epidaurus]] (concluded January 15, 1822) ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Heinrich Schliemann]], archaeologist. ==Deaths==
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  • In [[1822]], he joined [[Grigori IV Ghyka]], Prince of Wallachia, and 1857 he was ele [[Category: 1874 deaths|Apostolos Arsakis]]
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  • *[[1822]]: The [[Holy Alliance]] denounces the [[Greek Revolution]], considering it ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: Turkish forces take [[Naousa]]. They destroy the city and several surrou ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: Kamil Bey surrenders Acrocorinth to [[Theodoros Kolokotronis]] and the G ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: The remnants of [[Dramali Pasha]]'s army are destroyed by [[Nikitaras]] ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Thrasivoulos Zaimis]], politician, Prime Minister ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Omer Vrioni]] and [[Kutahye]] end the first siege of [[Mesolonghi]] ==Deaths==
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  • Germanos left Greece in [[1822]] for Italy hoping to obtain aid and support for the war effort from the Po [[Category:1826 deaths|Germanos]]
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  • *[[1822]]: The [[Battle of Dervenakia]] takes place. ==Deaths==
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  • ...fled the island after the massacre of its population by the Ottomans in [[1822]] - he spent much of his youth abroad. His family moved in [[1841]] to Geno [[Category:1904 deaths|Roidis, Emmanuel]]
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  • ...m the sea, they took an early and active part in the rising. As early as [[1822]] Miaoulis was appointed ''navarch'', or admiral, of the swarm of small ves ...the successful relief of the first siege of [[Messolonghi]] in December [[1822]] and January [[1823]].
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  • ...in the [[first siege of Mesolonghi]] and pulled out on [[December 31]], [[1822]]. Later, aided by [[Ibrahim Pasha]] of Egypt, Kutahye would manage to ente [[Category:1839 deaths]]
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  • *[[1822]]: During the Greek [[War of Independence]], the First National Council mee ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: The massacre of [[Chios]] takes place during the Greek [[War of Independ ==Deaths==
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  • *[[740]]: A strong earthquake strikes [[Constantinople]] causing many deaths and much damage. ==Deaths==
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  • In October of [[1822]], Georgios Mavromichalis, along with [[Bishop Germanos]] of [[Patra]], lef [[Category:1831 deaths|Mavromichalis, Georgios]]
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  • *[[1822]]: The head of [[Ali Pasha]] - slain on [[January 17]] - reaches [[Constant ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: Greek revolutionaries, under [[Theodoros Kolokotronis]], defeat the Turk ==Deaths==
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  • *[[1822]]: The [[Battle of Peta]] is fought during the Greek [[War of Independence] ==Deaths==
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  • Androutsos' glory did not last long. In the following year, [[1822]], he was accused (probably with some justification) of being in contact wi [[Category:1825 deaths|Androutsos, Odysseus]]
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  • *[[1822]]: [[Elias Mavromichalis]] lands in [[Aliveri]] with 600 [[Mani]]ates to ai ==Deaths==
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  • In January [[1822]] he was elected president of the legislative assembly but the ill-success [[Category:1832 deaths|Ypsilantis, Dimitrios]]
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  • ==Deaths== *[[1822]]: [[Elias Mavromichalis]], revolutionary
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  • ...ovisional Administration of Greece|President of the Executive]] (January [[1822]] - May [[1823]]). He spent part of that time in a military expedition to [ [[Category:1865 deaths|Mavrokordatos, Alexandros]]
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  • *Miltiades Kanaris, ([[1822]]–[[1899]]) - Admiral, member of the [[Greek Parliament]], and govern ...antine led three further successful attacks against the Turkish fleet in [[1822]]-[[1824]]. But during this last year, the fate of both Kanaris and his isl
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  • After the summer of [[1822]], Petrobey retired from battle, leaving the leadership of his troops to hi [[Category:1848 deaths|Mavromichalis, Petrobey]]
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  • *[[1822]]: During the Greek [[War of Independence]], a Greek flotilla under [[Andre ==Deaths==
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  • ...ndependence begins at [[Epidaurus]] (it will conclude on [[January 15]], [[1822]]) ==Deaths==
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  • ...ς και της πολιτικής ζωής της πόλης, ήταν γιος του Αθανάσιου Κανακάρη (1760-1822) κτηματία, έμπορου,και προεστού της Πάτρα [[Category:1868 deaths|Rouphos, Benizelos]]
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  • ...in Paris under the name of Conti. Here be wrote in French and published in 1822 his ''La Revolution Piemontaise'', which attracted the notice of Victor Cou [[Category:1825 deaths|Santarosa]]
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  • ...de. She led her own troops until the fall of the fort in [[November 13]] [[1822]]. Later she took part in the naval blockade and capture of [[Monemvasia]] [[Category:1825 deaths|Bouboulina, Laskarina]]
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  • ...in official disgrace, but went on to command the Chilean ([[1817]]–[[1822]]), Brazilian ([[1823]]–[[1825]]) and [[Greece|Greek]] ([[1826]]&ndas [[Category:1860 deaths|Cochrane, Thomas]]
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  • '''Heinrich Schliemann''' ([[January 6]], [[1822]] – [[December 26]], [[1890]]) was a German classical archaeologist, [[Category:1822 births|Schliemann, Heinrich]]
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  • ...active in support of Greek independence from the Ottoman Empire, and in [[1822]] this led to his resignation as Foreign Minister. [[Category:1831 deaths|Kapodistrias, Ioannis]]
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  • * Bernhardy, Gottfried: "Eratosthenica" Berlin 1822 Reprinted Osnabruck 1968 (German text) [[Category:194 BC deaths]]
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  • ...This was exactly what Kolokotronis had been hoping for. On [[July 26]], [[1822]] his quicker-moving guerrilla forces trapped the Turks in the pass and [[B [[Category:1843 deaths|Kolokotronis, Theodoros]]
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  • ...to inherit. Lord Byron added it and became ''George Gordon Noel Byron'' in 1822. The marriage proved unhappy. He treated her poorly and showed disappointme ...he wrote much, chiefly dramas, including ''Marino Faliero''. In [[1821]]-[[1822|22]] he finished cantos 6-12 of ''Don Juan'' at Pisa, and in the same year
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