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Georgios Karaiskakis ((ギリシア語:Γεώργιος Καραϊσκάκης)) born Georgios Karaiskos ((ギリシア語:Γεώργιος Καραΐσκος)) (January 23, 1780 or January 23, 1782 – April 23, 1827) was a famous Greek klepht, armatolos, military commander, and a hero of the Greek War of Independence.
== Early life ==
Karaiskakis was born either in a monastery near the village of Mavrommati ((ギリシア語:Μαυρομμάτι)), in the Agrafa mountains (located in what is now the Karditsa regional unit, Thessaly) or in a monastery near the village of Skoulikaria ((ギリシア語:Σκουληκαριά)) close to Arta. His father was the armatolos of the Valtos district, Dimitris Iskos or ''Karaiskos'', his mother Zoe Dimiski, a nun from Arta and cousin of Gogos Bakolas, captain of the armatoliki of Radovitsi. He was of Sarakatsani〔 “...klepth heroes of the revolutionary period such as Katsandonis and Karaiskakis were Sarakatsani, and the Sarakatsani themselves believed they were Greek patriots whose sense of freedom could suffer no restrains...”〕 descent. He was known also as “The Nun’s Son”.
At a very early age he became a klepht in the service of Katsantonis, a famous local Agrafiote brigand captain. He excelled as a klepht - agile, cunning, brave and reckless - and rose quickly through the ranks, eventually becoming a ''protopalikaro'', or lieutenant.
At the age of fifteen he was captured by the troops of Ali Pasha and imprisoned at Ioannina. Ali Pasha, impressed by Karaiskakis’s courage and intelligence, and sensing his worth as a fighter, released him from prison and put him in the care of his personal bodyguards. He served as a bodyguard to Ali Pasha for a few years before losing favour with the Ottoman warlord and fleeing into the mountains to continue life as a klepht.
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