Manfred (1306 – 9 November 1317), of infante Sicily, was the second son of Frederick III of Sicily and Eleanor of Anjou.
He was appointed
Duke of Athens and Neopatria in 1312 by his father at the request of the knights of the Catalan Company then in control of Athens. Manfred was only five when he was named Duke. His father sent Berenguer Estañol as his regent.
Alfonso Fadrique, Manfred's elder (but illegitimate) brother, was appointed vicar general of Athens. The young Duke never set foot in his realm, however, for he died in a fall from his horse before his twelfth birthday. He died in Trapani and was buried in the Dominican church located there. His younger brother William succeeded him as Duke.
Ancestry [ edit ]
Ancestors of Manfred, Duke of Athens
References [ edit ]
Acta Aragonensia. Berlin-Leipzig, 1908. Ghisalberti, Alberto M.
Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani: III Ammirato – Arcoleo. Rome, 1961. Setton, Kenneth M. (general editor)
A History of the Crusades: Volume III — The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries. Harry W. Hazard, editor. University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, 1975. Setton, Kenneth M.
Catalan Domination of Athens 1311–1380. Revised edition. Variorum: London, 1975.
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