Nicholas Mavrocordato was succeeded as prince of Walachia in 1730 by his son Constantine.
Southwestern Walachia and central and northwestern Transylvania are also more densely settled than the average for the country.
The hospodar of Walachia, who soon discovered the ambitious views of his colleague, quitted his party, and returned to his duty.
He became bishop of Rmnicu in 1705, and in 1708 archbishop of Walachia.
Roumania is the name officially adopted by the united kingdom that comprises the former principalities of Walachia and Moldavia.
From him are derived the numerous branches of the family which became so conspicuous in the history of Moldavia and Walachia.
Peaches can be grown in Walachia, but only those fruits that can tolerate colder winters are raised in Moldavia and Transylvania.
The rulers of Walachia and Moldavia were styled hospodars from the 15th century to 1866.
Previously to 1320, what is now called Walachia was regarded by the Magyars as part of the banate of Szrny.
Immense marshes encumber the low parts of Walachia, and their exhalations produce a continuance of bilious fevers.