In the Diorama we see the last moment of the Battle as it is being described in the “Morea Chronicle”. The Lord of Karytaina Hugues de Bruieres, the second and most important knight after prince William Villehardouin and his vassals and Sergeants, are surrounded by Byzantine troops. He refused to surrender to common Byzantine solders, considering that it was not possible a lord to be captured alive by inferior common infantry soldiers and archers. Then the commander of the Nicean Byzantine army, Sevastokrator John Palaiologos, who was afraid for Lord Bruieres’s life (the Byzantine wanted to capture the most of the lords alive for many reasons), came closer and asked him to surrender to him. He also swore at his sword for the life and honour of the prisoner. After that the Baron of Karytaina surrender, and was sent to captivity together with many other Knight and Prince William. He was also used by the Byzantines as a middleman, during the negotiations with the Principality of Achaea. Historical notes for the battle are below. Thanks to Amss memmbers and Marcel Boerrigter for the photos.