Negropont, a Venetian fief, was with Michaels approval seized and the Venetians expelled.
Among those who suffered most from their wounds was the bailiff of Negropont.
Negropont, the modern name of Eubœa, is a notable instance of this.
On her way, she was fortunate enough to capture four vessels laden with stores and provisions for the Turks of Negropont.
Odysseus was at Negropont, from whence seven hundred Albanians had lately absconded.
Not unimportant communities existed at Patras, Negropont and Thebes.
If Athens is relieved, these worthies might be turned into Negropont with much effect.
Strabo, in his ninth book, gives us the history of Salganeus, and the monument erected to him on the shores of Negropont.
Eubœa, formerly called Negropont, a Greek island, the second largest island of the gean Sea.
In modern history Euboea or Negropont comes once more prominently into notice at the time of the fourth crusade.