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  • Catalan Grand Company —    Soldier company of Spanish mercenaries hired by Andronikos II (q.v.). They were supposed to halt the Ottoman (q.v.) expansion in what little was left of Byzantine Asia Minor (q.v.); instead, they wreaked havoc on Byzantine territories from… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Duchy of Neopatria — ← 1319–1390 …   Wikipedia

  • Duchy of the Archipelago — Ducato dell arcipelago Δουκᾶτον Ἀρχιπελάγους Client state* ← …   Wikipedia

  • Catalan Company — Manuscript of the Crònica of Ramon Muntaner. The Catalan Company of the East (Catalan: Companyia Catalana d Orient, IPA: [kumpəˈɲi.ə kətəˈɫanə ðuɾiˈen]), officially the Magnas Societas Catalanorum, sometimes called the Grand Company and… …   Wikipedia

  • Catalan Campaign (Asia Minor) — Infobox Military Conflict partof=the Byzantine Ottoman wars conflict= Catalan Campaign in Asia Minor caption= date=1303 to c. 1313 place=Asia Minor strength1=6,500 Catalan Company strength2=20,000+ Ottomans [Norwich reports that 18,000 Turks lay… …   Wikipedia

  • Athens —    Celebrated ancient city on the plain of Attica in east central Greece (q.v.). It declined in the Byzantine era, beginning in 267 with a raid of barbarian Heruls that did great damage to the city. More damage occurred when Alaric (q.v.)… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • History of Athens — The Acropolis of Athens by Leo von Klenze Athens is one of the oldest named cities in the world, having been continuously inhabited for at least 7000 years. Situated in southern Europe, Athens became the leading city of Ancient Greece in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Frederick I of Athens — Frederick I (died 11 July 1355) was the Duke of Athens and Neopatria from 1348 to his death, also the Count of Malta. He succeeded his father John, Duke of Randazzo, in Greece after his father died of the Black Plague, but he too died of the same …   Wikipedia

  • Francis Zorzi — or Giorgi (Italian: Francesco ; 1337 ndash; 1388), called Marchesotto, was the Margrave of Bodonitsa, a member of the Venetian Zorzi family, from 1345 to his death. Francis was the son of Guglielma Pallavicini and her husband Nicholas, the first… …   Wikipedia

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