Odysseas Androutsos

(Ithaca, aprox. 1788– Athens, 1825): Revolutionary chieftain. Son of the klepht Androutsos Berousis, he was at the court of Ali Pasha at the age of 15. His military skills helped in the consolidation of the Struggle. A victim of internecine disputes, he was initially imprisoned (1824) and later murdered (June 1825) in his cell. His death was considered a very heavy political and moral blow.