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William I Sanudo

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William I Sanudo

William I Sanudo (or Guglielmo; died ca. 1323) was the fourth Duke of the Archipelago from 1303 to his death. He was the son and successor of Marco II.[1]

William's father succeeded in reacquiring some territories he had lost shortly before he left the intact duchy to his son. William's son and successor, Nicholas, was one of the few knights to escape from the Battle of Halmyros in 1311. His other sons were John I and Marco Sanudo, Lord of Milos.

Sources

  • Setton, Kenneth M. (general editor) A History of the Crusades: Volume II — The Later Crusades, 1189 – 1311. Robert Lee Wolff and Harry W. Hazard, editors. University of Wisconsin Press: Milwaukee, 1969.
  • Setton, Kenneth M. (general editor) A History of the Crusades: Volume III — The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Harry W. Hazard, editor. University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, 1975.

References

  • Ancestry of Sultana Nur-Banu (Cecilia Venier-Baffo)
Preceded by
Marco II
Duke of the Archipelago
1303–1323
Succeeded by
Nicholas I

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