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History of Castello Rosso: The hanging hill where the present-day castle now stands was first fortified by the Byzantines in 1030. The medieval Castello Rosso was constructed on Byzantine foundations by the baron Ravano dalle Carceri a Lombard lord to whom the feud of Karystos was granted, between the years of 1209 - 1216. In 1276, the Byzantines returned for a while in Evia. The knight Liccario, a Frank adventurer in the service of the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Paliologos, captured the castle and the rest of the island, except Chalkis. The Franks took back the castle with Bonifacio da Verona in 1295. After his death in 1318, his son in law, the Catalan Alfonso Fadrigo di Aragon, became the lord of Karystos and its castle. The Venetians, who always wanted this place, bought it from the son of Fadrigo for 6000 ducats in 1359 and stayed there for 104 years. Under the Venetian admisnistration however, Karystos declined gradually…
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