Bobolina, a Greek woman, celebrated for her courage in aid of the Greek revolt. After her husband had been slain by the Turks in 1812, she resolved to avenge his death. In 1821, she equipped three vessels at her own expense, fought with extraordinary courage at Tripolitza and Naupha and was killed in action, in 1825.

Entry from Everybody's Cyclopedia, 1912.

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