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From: Francisco Antonio Doria <>
Subject: Re: Nerio I Acciaioli
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 09:03:29 -0300 (ART)
I'll go back to Berardenga, because he quotes all
sources, first- or second-hand. As far as I can tell
the history of the Acciaioli Dukes of Athens is hard
to do because of the scarcity of intra-family primary
sources - there is very little about it in the
Acciaioli Collection, now at the Green Library,
I'll also check the chronology of Filippo Doria. If
the admiral Filippo Doria was Filippo di Odoardo di
Niccolò, this last one brother to Oberto and Lamba, no
problem. However there is a *second* Filippo di
Odoardo, now di Antonio, 1344, and this certainly
couldn't be Neri's father in law.
--- Pierre Aronax <>
> Antonio Doria) wrote in message
> > Litta refers to it; also (with a caveat, I guess),
> > Ugurgieri della Berardenga. Battilana doesn't
> > it.
> Second hand litterature. More important is the
> source from which comes
> the information. If I am not wrong, Nerio's marriage
> with a Doria is
> mentionned in a late (16th century) Greek chronicle.
> The information
> is strange, but it is equally strange to imagine
> that it was invented.
> I suspect there is also a chronological difficulty.
> I must check all
> that closer.
> > The son & successor was a bastard, Antonio.
> > fa
> > --- George Tsambourakis
> > escreveu: > Nerio I Acciaioli, Duke of Athens,
> > of
> > > Vostitza, died 25/4/1394.
> > > To my knowledge, he married 1381 Agnes Saraceno
> > > Negreponte and had a
> > > mistress Maria Rendis of Athens.
> > >
> > > In a website, Eubila Doria, daughter of Filippo
> > > Doria the famous Genoan
> > > Admiral is listed as Nerio I wife.
> > >
> > > Did Nerio I married twice? Any idea about which
> > > was first and which was
> > > second? Did he have any children with Eubilla??
> > >
> > > regards
> > >
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