|Agnes of Durazzo|
|Latin Empress consort of Constantinople|
|Died||10 February 1383(aged 37–38)|
(m. 1382; died 1383)
|Father||Charles of Durazzo|
|Mother||Maria of Calabria|
Agnes was the second daughter of Charles, Duke of Durazzo and Maria of Calabria. She first married Cansignorio della Scala. Cansignorio was a younger brother and nominal co-ruler of Cangrande II della Scala, Lord of Verona. In 1359, Cansignorio assassinated his older brother and succeeded him. His younger brother Paolo Alboino della Scala became his co-ruler until 1365. On 10 October 1375, Cansignorio died, presumed to have been poisoned. Their marriage was childless.
On 16 September 1382, Agnes married by proxy to her second husband, James of Baux. He was the claimant to the throne of the Latin Empire since 1374. Her brother-in-law, Charles III of Naples, granted her Corfu as part of her dowry. Their marriage was short-lived. Agnes died 10 February 1383. James died in Taranto on 7 July 1383.
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