The Post-Ducal ‘Dukes of Naxos’ of the ‘per Dignità First Duchy of Christendom’: A Re-Examination and Assessment

@article{SansaridouHendrickx2013TheP,
  title={The Post-Ducal ‘Dukes of Naxos’ of the ‘per Dignit{\`a} First Duchy of Christendom’: A Re-Examination and Assessment},
  author={Thekla Sansaridou-Hendrickx and Benjamin Hendrickx},
  journal={Journal of Early Christian History},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={107 - 94}
}
ABSTRACT This article re-examines the abolition of the Duchy of the Archipelago, created in 1204 after the occupation of Constantinople by the crusaders and the replacement of the Byzantine Empire by a ‘Latin’ one. The duchy which survived the final fall of Byzantium to the Ottoman Turks in 1453, came itself to an end with the death of Joseph Nasi in 1579 and its transformation into an Ottoman sancak. Nevertheless, Byzantine and medieval ‘Frankish’ institutions and titles once more survived… 

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