Chronicles of the Crusades - Chapter 18, King Johanitza Ravages the Empire through Chapter 21, Excursions Outside the Empire Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18, King Johanitza Ravages the Empire through Chapter 21, Excursions Outside the Empire Summary and Analysis

The Greeks of Philippopolis send word to Johanitza that they will surrender the city to him. Renier de Trit, inside the city, fears such a surrender, and flees to Stenimaka, where he remains for thirteen months. Johanitza arrives at Philippopolis and accepts the surrender of the people, but kills many of the citizens and destroys the city. Johanitza then takes over Adrianople and Demotika. He continues to overrun the empire, including Apros, Rodosto, Arcadipolis, Panedor, Heraclea, Daonium, and most other cities. The Greeks, however, begin to rebel against Johanitza, since he is destroying their cities, and ask for assistance from the French. Adrianople and Demotika are given to Branas, a Greek within the French army. When Johanitza attacks Demotika...

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