::::By all means, check with the Romanians. I've seen icons of him, but this could easily be a fringe thing (like the similar ones of St. Nikolai Rasputin). Although it brings up an interesting problem: in case of disagreement between two Orthodox groups, one of them perhaps much smaller than the other, what is the policy?
::::If he was Orthodox, and if he died in battle against the Turks, then "Great-Martyr" would be appropriate, no? But I admit that all this is far from my area of knowledge.[[User:Zla'od|Zla'od]] 01:47, July 28, 2009 (UTC)
Hello. [http: //www.patriarh.ro/Index/sfintiromani.php| Here is a list of romanian saints, ] but in romanian. [http://www.univ- ovidius. ro/btcassian/SINAXAR_ORTODOX/main.htm| Here is another list of romanian saints, in romanian language.] You can check by name, it is not difficul. [http://www.pomog.org/index.html?http://www.pomog.org/saintlist.shtml| Here is a list of saints from a ROCOR church]. You will not find him, because he is not a saint. This article is a vandalism. [[User: Maraamu| Maraamu]] 06: 59, July 28, 2009 (UTC)
::::A person who happens to be Orthodox, killed in battle by a person who happens to be non-Orthodox, is not automatically a Great-Martyr (or, afaik, any other kind of martyr). He wasn't killed for his religion, and certainly not tortured. An example of a Great-Martyr would be St George, who was a soldier, yes; but he was tortured and killed for being a Christian by his own government. — by [[User:Pistevo|<font color="green">Pιs</font><font color="gold">τévο</font>]] <sup>''[[User talk:Pistevo|<font color="blue">talk</font>]]'' ''[[User talk:Pistevo/dev/null|<font color="red">complaints</font>]]''</sup> at 12:33, July 28, 2009 (UTC)