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MĂRCULEŢ, Vasile. Relațiile politice moldo-venețiene în debutul luptei antiotomane a lui Ștefan cel Mare (1471–1475). In: Revista de Ştiinţă, Inovare, Cultură şi Artă „Akademos”. 2019, nr. 2(53), pp. 92-98. ISSN 1857-0461.
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In the 8th decade of the 15th century, during the rule of Stephen the Great, political relations were established between Moldavia and Venice. The Moldavian-Venetian relations from this era were determined by the fact that the two states were involved in the anti-Ottoman fight: Venice since 1463, Moldavia since 1473. Venice, after being decisively defeated in 1470 was obliged to adopt a continuous defensive attitude against the Turks. Attracting Stephen the Great in the anti-Ottoman fight might have constituted a factor that would determine Mehmed II to sign a treaty with Serenissima that would be more advantageous to the city of Venice. Through the relations with Venice, Stephen the Great was looking to ensure himself an extremely efficient support in the anti-Ottoman fight.
Stephen the Great, Venice, Moldavia, Uzun-Hassan, Isak Beg, Paolo Ognibene, Mehmed II, Serenissima, Venetian Senate,
Ştefan cel Mare, Veneția, Moldova, Uzun-Hassan, Isak beg, Paolo Ognibene, Mehmed II, Serenissima, Senatul venețian