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Nicholas III dalle Carceri

Nicholas III dalle Carceri (or Niccolò; died 1383), ninth Duke of the Archipelago and Lord of Euboea, was the only son of the first marriage of eight Duchess Florence Sanudo, whom he succeeded in 1371, to Giovanni dalle Carceri, Lord of Euboea.[1]

He married Petronilla, daughter of Leonardo I Tocco, without issue. He had an illegitimate son, named Francesco.

After his murder in 1383, Nicholas was succeeded by Francesco I Crispo, who had married his cousin Fiorenza I Sanudo, Lady of Milos.

He had two half-sisters by his mother's second marriage to their cousin Nicholas II Sanudo, called Spezzabanda, whom the Venetians entitled eight Consort Duke: Maria and Elisabetta Sanudo.


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Preceded by
Duke of the Archipelago
Succeeded by
Francesco I

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