Konstantin Rodofinikin

Konstantin Rodofinikin (Russian: Константин Родофиникин; 1760–1838), contemporarily known simply as Rodophinikin, was a Russian Imperial diplomat, agent in Revolutionary Serbia (1807–13), and member of the State Council.[citation needed]

Konstantin Rodofinikin(1760-1838)

He came from a Greek noble family, born on Rhodes.[1] He served in the military, joining the Pereyaslav Cossack regiment in 1783, and then entered the Collegium of Commerce in 1786.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ University of California Publications in Modern Philology. University of California Press. 1953. p. 64.