Roman II of Moldavia (Romanian: Roman al II-lea al Moldovei), (1426 – 2 July 1448) was the son of Iliaş of Moldavia and Maria Olszanska from the noble Polish family of Olshanski. He was a co-ruler of Moldova in 1447–1448, ruling together with his uncle Petru after killing his other uncle, Stephen II of Moldavia, with Polish support. Later, due to the Ottoman invasion of Moldavia, he had to flee to Krakow where he died at the age of 22.
|Prince of Moldavia|
|Reign||15 September 1447 – 23 February 1448|
|Predecessor||Stephen II of Moldavia|
|Successor||Petru III of Moldavia|
|Died||2 July 1448|
|Father||Iliaş of Moldavia|
- Ştefan Ştefănescu, Istoria medie a României, Bucharest, Vol. I, 1991