Marino Dandolo

Marino Dandolo (Greek: Μαρίνος Δάνδολος; died before 1243) was a Venetian nobleman and first Latin ruler of the island of Andros following the Fourth Crusade.[1] He was a member of the prominent Dandolo family.[2] He accompanied Marco Sanudo on the conquest of the Aegean Islands in 1207, and was awarded the island of Andros as a sub-fief.[3] He was expelled from his island around 1239 by Geremia Ghisi,[4] and died in exile before August 1243.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Miller 1908, p. 108.
  2. ^ He was originally described as a nephew of the Venetian Doge Enrico Dandolo by Karl Hopf, on the basis of erroneous identifications with homonyms, cf. Loenertz 1970, pp. 402–403, Setton 1976, p. 430 (note 124)
  3. ^ Miller 1908, pp. 578–579.
  4. ^ Setton 1976, p. 430.
  5. ^ Setton 1976, p. 429.

SourcesEdit

  • Hopf, Carl Hermann Friedrich Johann (1873). Chroniques Gréco-Romanes Inédites ou peu Connues. Berlin, Germany: Librairie de Weidmann.
  • Loenertz, Raymond-Joseph (1970). Marino Dandolo, seigneur d'Andros, et son conflit avec l'évêque Jean in "Byzantina et Franco-Graeca". Roma.
  • Miller, William (1908). The Latins in the Levant, a History of Frankish Greece (1204–1566). New York: E.P. Dutton and Company.
  • Setton, Kenneth M. (1976). The Papacy and the Levant (1204–1571), Volume I: The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Philadelphia: The American Philosophical Society. ISBN 0-87169-114-0.
New title Lord of Andros
1207 – 1239
Succeeded by
Geremia Ghisi