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Niphon (1414-1440 until 1508), who, upon the invitation of the Hospodar Radu IV the Great, spent 1501-1505 in Wallachia and adjourned to Mount Athos afterwards where he died in the Dionision monastery in 1508.
Although the Turkish army managed to occupy the Principalities, the sultan replaced the Greek Hospodars with native Rumanian princes, who willingly governed on behalf of the Ottoman Empire instead of seeking national independence.
In Mani, we are treated to a spectacular digression on two kinds of hats, the gudjaman and the ishlik, both worn by Phanariot hospodars in the Danubian principalities of the Ottoman Empire.