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Spyridon Lambros

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Spyridon Lambros
Spyridon Lambros

Spyridon Lambros or Lampros (Greek: Σπυρίδων Λάμπρος; 1851–1919) was a Greek history professor and briefly Prime Minister of Greece during the National Schism.

Biography

He was born in Corfu in 1851 and was educated in London, Paris and Vienna studying history. His father was of Aromanian descent.[1]

In 1890, he joined the faculty of the University of Athens and taught history and ancient literature. He became Provost of the University in 1893, serving in that capacity twice, 1893–1894 and 1912–1913.

After 1903, Lambros started an academic movement called Neos Hellenomnemon (Νέος Ἑλληνομνήμων) which studied the scientific and philosophical developments of the Greek-speaking world during the Byzantine and Ottoman eras.

The signature of Spyridon Lambros
The signature of Spyridon Lambros

In October 1916 with Greece in the midst of the National Schism and under two governments (Eleftherios Venizelos in Thessaloniki and King Constantine in Athens), the former Liberal and associate of Venizelos accepted the King's commission to form a government in Athens. Eventually, riots took place in Athens (the Noemvriana), for which Lambros was judged responsible due to mis-management. He resigned as Prime Minister. After the exile of the king, Lambros went into self-imposed exile in Hydra and Skopelos.

He died in Skopelos on 23 July 1919.[2]

Legacy

His daughter, Lina Tsaldari, was elected to Parliament in 1956 and became the first woman in the Greek Cabinet as Minister of Social Welfare.

References

  1. ^ Jovanovski, Dalibor; Minov, Nikola (2017). "Ioannis Kolettis. The Vlach from the ruling elite of Greece". Balcanica Posnaniensia. Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. 24 (1): 222–223. ISSN 2450-3177. Retrieved 8 May 2017.
  2. ^ Note: Greece officially adopted the Gregorian calendar on 16 February 1923 (which became 1 March). All dates prior to that, unless specifically denoted, are Old Style.
Preceded by
Nikolaos Kalogeropoulos
Prime Minister of Greece
27 September 1916 – 21 April 1917
Succeeded by
Alexandros Zaimis
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