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Alexandru IV L?pu?neanu
Voivode of Moldavia
Prince of Moldavia
(1st reign)
ReignSeptember 1552 - 18 November 1561
PredecessorIoan I Joldea
SuccessorIoan II Iacob Heraclid
Prince of Moldavia
(2nd reign)
ReignOctober 1564 - 5 May 1568
Predecessor?tefan VII Tom?a
SuccessorBogdan IV of Moldavia
L?pu?na, Principality of Moldavia
Died5 May 1568 (aged 68-69)
Principality of Moldavia
SpouseDoamna Ruxandra of Moldavia
IssueBogdan IV of Moldavia
Aaron the Tyrant
Peter the Cossack
HouseHouse of Mu?at
FatherBogdan III the One-Eyed
MotherAnastasia of L?pu?na
ReligionEastern Orthodox Church

Alexandru IV L?pu?neanu (1499 - 5 May 1568) was Ruler of Moldavia between September 1552 and 18 November 1561 and then between October 1564 and 5 May 1568. His wife and consort was Doamna Ruxanda L?pu?neanu, the daughter of Peter IV Rare? and Princess Jelena Brankovi? (the second daughter of Jovan Brankovi? of Serbia). He was the original founder of the Dormition Church, Lviv, also commonly known as the Wallachian Church. His son Bogdan IV of Moldavia ruled 1568-1572.

Regnal titles
Preceded by
Ioan Joldea
Ruler of Moldavia
Succeeded by
Iacob Heraclid
Preceded by
?tefan Tom?a
Ruler of Moldavia
Succeeded by
Bogdan IV

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