Captain Boutrine was an Athenian captain in the fifth regiment of Athen's knights.
An extremely minor character, mentioned only once, Boutrine was one of the five captains beneath Ricci. Besides his military duty, he was a friend to his general.
During The Siege of Athens, he stayed behind at the castle while the other four left for battle. When the Romans pushed these regiments back and obliterated them, Boutrine was one of many to contribute in the construction of the barricade in front of the castle gates.
It was later, after the Romans broke through, that Ammon noted that Boutrine had been cut down during the struggle.