Georgios Mavrommatis

Georgios Mavrommatis (Greek: Γεώργιος Μαυρομμάτης; Katouna, 1771 – Athens, 1836) was a Greek politician.

BiographyEdit

He was the son of the kodjabashi Mitsos Mavrommatis, and the father of Anastasios Mavrommatis, also a politician. He acted as senator,[1] deputy in the national assemblies of Epidaurus in 1821, Troezen in 1827 and Argos in 1829. He was the emergency governor of western Sporades and then of Achaea in 1828 – 1829.[2] He was the Finance Minister in the government of 1827.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kostas N. Triantafyllou, Historic dictionary of Patras, by the print shop of Petros Chr. Koulis, Patras 1995, 3rd edition.
  2. ^ Vasilis K. Lazaris, Kapodistrian Patras, Περί Τεχνών editions, Patras 2002, ISBN 960-8260-12-4
  3. ^ «Τα κατά την αναγέννησιν της Ελλάδος» «Ήτοι, συλλογή των περί την αναγεννώμενην Ελλάδα συνταχθέντων πολιτευμάτων, νόμων και άλλων επισήμων πράξεων από του 1821 μέχρι του 1832» Archived 2011-09-19 at the Wayback Machine, by Andreas Z. Mamoukas, Volume VI, Peiraeus, Τυπογραφία Ηλίου Χριστοφίδου, Η αγαθή τύχη, 1839