Geoffrey I Villehardouin
- Nephew of historian Geoffrey de Villehardouin (q.v.) who in 1205, in the service of Boniface of Montferrat (q.v.), and with the help of William I of Champlitte (qq.v), inaugurated the Frankish conquest of the Morea. From 1208, when William I returned to France (q.v.), Geoffrey became sole prince of Achaia (q.v.), organizing his conquests as a feudal kingdom. He died ca. 1230.
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