Biography of Ranerio Acciajuoli (1400-1499)

Ruler of Athens in 1420; He was nephew of Nicolás Acciajuoli. He conquered Athens, Corinth, and part of the Boeotian in the early fifteenth century, forming his Kingdom and taking the title of Duke of Athens. Not having children legitimate males, left their possessions of Athens to Venetians, Corinth Teodoro Paleólogo, who had married his eldest daughter, and Boeotia, with the city of Thebes, to Antonio, his natural son, who gripped Athens, whose city was then taken by Mahomed II in 1455.