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  Roman Emperor List
Theodosian Dynasty / joint emperor in the west, emperor in the east
Emperor in the West until 475, Emperor in Dalmatia 477 - 480, technically the last western emperor
Roman Emperors - Related Topics: Roman Timeline - Imperial Cult
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 emperors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Emperors of Illyrian origin reigned in both the Roman and Byzantine empires.
He was a Roman officer in the army and upon the death of the Roman emperor Gallenius in 268 was proclaimed emperor by the soldiers and was affirmed by the Roman senate.
He was the first Roman emperor to convert to Christianity and established it as the preferred religion.
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 The Light & the Dark: Volume XIX - summary
The Byzantine emperor considered himself as the sole ruler of Europe; the Germanic kings of the West acknowledged him as such, at least nominally.
The Byzantines had thought that crusader armies would be auxiliary troops for Byzantium, but the Crusaders, fighting for their own account, founded independent crusader states in Asia Minor, Syria and Palestine.
Some Byzantine emperors found that there should be no veneration of images and cruelly persecuted their opponents.
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 Bibliography - Michael V
Michael V Calaphates (1015 - August 24, 1042) (in Greek language a aaft, meaning the caulker), was the nephew and successor as Byzantine emperor of Michael IV and adoptive son of his wife Zoe of Byzantium.
His announcement of the event in the morning led to a popular revolt, he was dethroned after a brief reign of four months, blinded, and relegated to a monastery.
His unpopularity seems largely due to his attempts at Byzantine aristocracy and bureaucracy, which were strongly resented by the dominant classes, while the lower classes considered him a common usurper.
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 Byzantium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Byzantine Empire made great contributions to civilization: Greek language and learning were preserved for posterity; the Roman imperial system was continued and Roman law codified; the Greek Orthodox church converted some Slavic peoples and fostered the development of a splendid new art dedicated to the glorification of the Christian religion.
The emperor was concerned that icons played too prominent a role in Byzantine life and that their common use as godparents, witnesses at weddings, and objects of adoration violated the Old Testament prohibition of the worship of graven images.
The emperor Theophilus (829-842), for example, was a student of Muslim art and culture, and Constantinople's painting, architecture, and universities benefited from the vigor of Islamic culture.
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 Rome and Romania, Roman Emperors, Byzantine Emperors, etc.
Decius and Herennius were killed in battle by the Goths in 251 -- the only Roman Emperors to die in battle (against external enemies) besides Julian (against the Persians, 363), Valens (against the Goths again, 378), Nicephorus I (against the Bulgars, 811), and Constantine XI (with the fall of Constantinople to the Turks, 1453).
With Valens as the senior Emperor, he didn't wait for assistance before moving to put down a revolt by the Visigoths, who had recently been admitted as refugees from the Huns but were now rising up against mistreatment by their hosts.
Also noteworthy as a benchmark for the beginning of Byzantine history in the time of the Leonines is the apparent disappearance of the traditional Roman tria nomina, the three names of praenômen, nômen, and cognômen, which have been given with previous Emperors.
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 Behind the Name: Roman and Byzantine Emperors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Augustus was the first Roman Emperor, emerging from the civil wars that followed the death of his adoptive father Julius Caesar in 44 BC to become the ruler of a realm that stretched from Spain to Syria, Northern Africa to France.
The Byzantine Empire, as the Eastern Roman Empire was known, was one of the important cultural centers of the Middle Ages.
The language spoken was Greek and most of the names of the emperors were Greek, or else Greek forms of Christian biblical names, and the title Basileus (meaning "king" in Greek) was used for the emperor.
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 Education World® - *History : By Region : Europe : Medieval Studies : Christianity : Byzantium : General Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Byzantine Emperors Presents a chronological list of Byzantine emperors including details of dynastic origin and years of reign.
Byzantine Empire - The Crusades brief discription of the Byzantium during The Crusades.
Byzantine Empire, A Chronology Historical chronology of the Byzantine empire details the consolidation of the empire, the Macedonian dynasty, and the empire's decline.
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 Wikinfo | List of Byzantine Emperors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Note: It is difficult to determine when exactly the Roman Empire ends and the Byzantine Empire begins; the Roman Empire was actually split into eastern and western halves for administrative purposes by Diocletian in 284.
Others date the beginning of the Empire even as late as Heraclius (who made Greek the official language), and numismatists note the monetary reforms of Anastasius I in 498, which used the Greek numbering system.
Of course, the Byzantines themselves continued to think of their empire as Roman for over a millennium.
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 Thousands of MEDIEVAL NAMES for your dog or pet from Chinaroad Lowchens of Australia -
This list reflects both traditional names that had been used for centuries and new names that were beginning to come into use.
Lists of masculine and feminine given names and bynames from 8th to 12th century Andalusia records.
List of names taken from a tax census of the city of Florence in 1427.
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 List of Roman Emperors
This is a list of Roman Emperors with the dates they controlled the Roman Empire.
On the other hand, the name Caesar became the family name of the first dynasty and was effectively treated as a title, a practice which continued throughout the Empire.
Emperor in the West until 475, Emperor in Dalmatia 477 to May 480; fled; murdered
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 DIR-List of Contributors Roman Emperors Roman History Roman Roman Empire Imperator Basileus De Imperatoribus Romanis ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
After taking a Honours degree in Classics and Modern Languages and a DPhil in Byzantine Studies at the University of Oxford, she made for the wide-open spaces of Australia, where she has remained teaching Ancient and Medieval History and Classical Greek in the School of Classics, History and Religion.
Her research interests are primarily in the areas of Byzantine social and political history, and Byzantine romance literature.
He is preparing a thesis on the reign of the emperor Philip the Arab (A. 244-249) which will be finished by the end of 1999.
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  After the Byzantine government recognized Simeon I as Emperor of the Bulgarians in 913, the imperial title was further augmented as Emperors and Autocrats of the Romans (basileis kai autokratōres tōn Rōmaiōn).
                Technically, like their Roman predecessors, Byzantine emperors were supposed to be elected by the people, acclaimed by the army, and crowned by the patriarch.
  Byzantine splinter states maintained their independence in Epirus, Nikaia, and Trebizond, but it was Nikaia which, under the leadership of Iōannēs III Doukas Batatzēs, came into a position to reclaim the capital.
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 Conservative History Journal
At least, it's not as much of a crisis as the one that hit the sausage world 1,200 years ago when Byzantine Emperor Leo V declared the sausage-makers would be "severely scourged, smoothly shaved and banished from our realm forever".
Be that as it may, Leo VI seems to have led as colourful a life as his predecessor and successors, many of whom were assassinated (Leo V, apparently, as he was praying in the Hagia Sophia).
But there is one thing Leo VI did do that marks him out from the long list of Byzantine emperors: he outlawed the production of blood sausages after cases of food poisoning.
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 List of Roman Emperors information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This is a list of the Roman Emperors with the dates they ruled the Roman Empire.
Note that in the list below Julius Caesar is not mentioned as an Emperor, as conventionally he is not considered as such.
Emperor in the West until 475, deposed by Orestes; fled; From 476 recognised by Odoacer; murdered 480
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 Talk:List of Byzantine Emperors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the List of Byzantine Emperors article.
In order to make it clear that the debate is no longer live, I have archived it to: Talk:List of Byzantine Emperors/naming.
(I sometimes wonder what the Byzantines would have said if anybody had ever told them that they'd still be controversial more than 500 years after their deaths.) Regards.
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 Roman Emperors - DIR--De Imperatoribus Romanis Roman History Roman Roman Empire Imperator Basileus De Imperatoribus ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Imperial Index There, the emperors are listed in a chronological table in order of their dates of rule.
The name of each emperor for whom a biographical essay is complete offers a live link to the essay.
Alphabetical Imperial Index There, the emperors are listed in the alphabetical order of their names, with dates of rule appended.
www.roman-emperors.org   (601 words)

 List of sites on Byzantine History and Culture
Byzantine Coins - collection of late Roman, Byzantine and western contemporary imitative gold coins.
Byzantine Empire - The Crusades - brief discription of the Byzantium during The Crusades.
Rulers of the Roman and Byzantine Empires - listing Roman and Byzantine consuls and emperors.
www.neobyzantine.org /links/byzantium.php   (346 words)

July 26 - Battle of Pliska: Nicephorus I is defeated by the Bulgar khan Krum, and is succeeded by Stauracius as Byzantine emperor.
October 1 - Michael I declared Byzantine emperor.
July 26 - Nicephorus I, Byzantine emperor (slain in battle)
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 PaperBackSwap.com - Book Details
The author is Professor of Byzantine and Modern Greek Language and Literature in the University of Oxford.
Included are maps, a chronological list of Byzantine emperors, extensive notes and bibliography, and a full index.
Rolando R. This is a historical study of the Byzantine empire written by an Oxford professor.
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 ipedia.com: List of Greeks Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This article is part of the List of Greeks series Actors Artists Clergymen Diplomats Entrepreneurs Military Music Politicians Scientistis Sports Writers Poets Famous Greeks or Greek -speaking/writing...
List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria and all Africa
See also: List of Kings of Greece, List of Prime Ministers of Greece, List of Presidents of Greece
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 The Crown and the Royal Family
List of Emperors and other rulers of the Byzantine world
Byzantine Empire (Eastern Roman Empire) - dynasties and rulers
Russia list of Цар-s of the Holy Russia - the New Byzantium
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 Emperors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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his list of emperors and empresses is not an exhaustive list; I have only listed those individuals that I am directly descended from.
If you were to click on a person with an * asterisk preceding his or her name, you will find a short (or long) biography and/or a picture of the person.
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 Table of contents for Library of Congress control number 2004001540
Ordinary Women in the Orbit of Theodore of Sykeon 8.
Women in Art: The Byzantine Image of Female Sanctity; Helena 10.
List of Byzantine Emperors and Empresses Notes Glossary Bibliography Index
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Use the ones listed on the syllabus or find another.
See also Procopius and Eusebius, and other Byzantine authors in the Loeb library volumes in the PA section of the library.
Three Byzantine Saints: Contemporary Biographies of St. Daniel the Stylite, St. Theodore of Sykeon, and St. John the Almsgiver, St. Vladimir’s Seminary, 1997.
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