Greek nobility

Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 27. Chapters: Caradja family, Greek noble families, Greek noble titles, Greek royalty, Marco I Sanudo, Aspasia Manos, Catherine Caradja, Constantin Karadja, Nurbanu Sultan, Taki Theodoracopulos, Marino Sanuto the Elder, John Caradja, Sebastokrator, Kallergis family, Angelo Sanudo, Francesco I Gattilusio, Sebastiano Venier, Francesco I Crispo, Jean Karadja Pasha, Francesco II Gattilusio, Irene Gattilusio, Marco II Sanudo, Euryclids, Panagiotis Karatzas, Niccolò Gattilusio, Nicholas Crispo, Lord of Syros, Nicholas II Sanudo, Dorino I Gattilusio, Jacopo Gattilusio, Florence Sanudo, Rallou Karatza, Marco Venier, Lord of Cerigo, William I Sanudo, Pietro Venier, Governor of Cerigo, Zuan Francesco Venier, Nicholas III dalle Carceri, Domenico Gattilusio, Guglielmazzo Sanudo, Lord of Gridia, John I Sanudo, Nicholas I Sanudo, Nicolae Caradja, William II Crispo, Maria Sanudo, Lady of Andros, Domenico Sommaripa, Lord of Paros and Andros, Crusino I Sommaripa, Lord of Paros, Marco Sanudo, Lord of Gridia, Fiorenza Sommaripa, Caterina Gattilusio, John II Crispo, Nicolò I Sommaripa, Lord of Paros, Tercier of Negroponte, Giacomo II Crispo, Giacomo I Crispo, Gaspare Sommaripa, Lord of Paros, Fiorenza I Sanudo, Lady of Milos, Francesco II Gattilusio, Lord of Lesbos, Giovanni dalle Carceri, Marco Sanudo, Lord of Milos, Antonio Crispo, Governor of the Duchy of the Archipelago, Dorino II of Ainos, Fiorenza II Crispo, Co-Lady of Milos, Marco Venier, Marquess of Cerigo, Giovanni Michiel, Co-Lord of Serifos, Nicolò Venier, Gian Giacomo Crispo, Palamede, Lord of Ainos, Maria Crispo, Co-Lady of Milos, Pietro Zeno, Lord of Andros and Syros, Anthony Crispo, Lord of Syros, Dragonetto Clavelli, Lord of Nisyros, Francis III, Lord of Thasos, Niccolò of Ainos, Giacomo Crispo, Governor of the Duchy of the Archipelago, Angelo II Gozzadini, Lord of Sifnos and Kythnos. Excerpt: Marco Sanudo (1153 (?) - between 1220 and 1230, most probably 1227) was the creator and first Duke of the Duchy of the Archipelago, after the Fourth Crusade. Maternal nephew of Venetian doge Enrico Dandolo, he was a participant in the Fourth Crusade (1204). He was part of the negotiations when the Republic of Venice bought the island of Crete from Boniface of Montferrat. Between 1205 and 1207, or a little after 1213-1214 according to sources, he gathered a fleet and captured the island of Naxos, laying the foundations of the Duchy of the Archipelago. He built a new capital city on the island, Kastro (now the main port). During his reign, he blended the Byzantine and occidental organizations He became Vassal of the Latin Emperor Henry of Flanders around 1210 or 1216. For his lord, he fought against the Empire of Nicaea. But for Venice, he took part to the Cretan expedition of 1211. All biographies of Marco Sanudo have been written centuries after the facts they tell. Most of them are Venetian chronicles dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. In the first one, Istoria di Romania, Marino Sanudo Torsello, a member of the Sanudo family only writes about Marco Sanudo: he conquered the islands. Doge Andrea Dandolo wrote a history of Venice (called Chronica extensa) around 1350. This text is the first relating the conquest of Ægean islands, and has been the foundation of all posterior accounts: Sailing separately, Marco Sanudo and those following him conquered the islands of Naxos, Paros, Milos and Santorini, and Marino Dandolo conquered Andros. Also, Andrea and Geremia Ghisi Tinos...

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