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The Bastard's Rebellion
Principia Moderni III
Antonio I Acciauoli
Antonio I "The Bastard" Acciauoli
Date 1402-1403
Location Duchy of Athens
Result Fall and Division of the Duchy of Athens
Belligerents
Flag of Most Serene Republic of Venice Venice

Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century Roman Empire

  • Shield of the Latin Empire of Constantinople Latin Mercenaries
Coat of Arms of the Duchy of Athens Duchy of Athens
Commanders and leaders
Flag of Most Serene Republic of Venice Nicolo Vitturi

Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century John VII Palaiologos

Coat of Arms of the Duchy of Athens Antonio I Acciauoli Skull and crossbones
Strength
Flag of Most Serene Republic of Venice Venice: 5000 troops, 50 ships

Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century Roman Empire: 2000 troops

Coat of Arms of the Duchy of Athens Duchy of Athens: 3500 troops
Casualties and losses
Flag of Most Serene Republic of Venice Venice: 600 troops estimated

Byzantine imperial flag, 14th century Roman Empire: 100 troops estimated

Coat of Arms of the Duchy of Athens Duchy of Athens: 1000 troops estimated


The Bastard's Rebellion was a military conflict that took place in the Duchy of Athens in 1402 and 1403. A Florentine by the name of Antonio I Acciauoli managed to recapture his title and the Duchy from the Venetians. Angered by this, the Venetians retaliated, blockading Athenian ports and sending in troops. The Roman Empire also participated, lured in by its increasing relations with Venice due to the Treaty of Aegina and the promise of land.

Joint Roman-Venetian forces lay siege to Athens and eventually captured it, forcing Antonio I to flee to the countryside. A Roman force also managed to take Thebes, securing their control over Boeotia. Antonio I then rallied his forces and tried to attack Athens once more, but he was defeated and captured by the Venetians, who had him executed in the streets of Venice.


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