Andronikos IV Palaiologos
- Emperor (q.v.) from 13761379 who came to the throne by overthrowing his father John V with Ottoman (qq.v.) help. For this, Sultan Murad I (q.v.) was given Gallipolis (q.v.). However, although Andronikos had gained Constantinople (q.v.), he was still a pawn of the Ottomans, a fact made clear when John V escaped from prison and persuaded Murad I to support him. With the aid of Murad I and the Venetian fleet, John V regained the throne again in 1379.
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