Robert I, Latin Emperor

Latin Emperor of Constantinople

Robert I (1201 - January 1228) was Byzantine Emperor for 6 years, from 25 March 1221 until January 1228. He was an ineffective ruler.[1]

Robert I
Latin Emperor (Byzantine Emperor)
Preceded by: Peter II of Courtenay
Succeeded by: Baldwin II of Courtenay
DiedJanuary 1228
Peloponnese (Morea), Greece
FatherPeter II of Courtenay
MotherYolanda of Flanders

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  1. "Robert | Byzantine emperor | Britannica".