The Roman Empire in AD 117 at its greatest extent, at the time of Trajan's death (with its vassals in pink)
13/05/2020 · 1237 CE – Advance of John III Ducas in Thrace. Death of John of Brienne. 1246 CE – John III Ducas takes Thessalonica. 1254 CE – Death of John III Ducas. 1259 CE – Usurpation of the crown by Michael VIII. 1261 CE – Michael VIII captures Constantinople, restoring Greek and ending Latin empire. 1282 CE – Andronicus II succeeds Michael VII
August 26 is the 238th day of the year (239th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar; 127 days remain until the end of the year.
com Constantino Ducas (1081–1087) Marido de Irene Ducena, sobrinha-neta de Constantino X. General, se revoltou contra Nicéforo III e tomou Constantinopla. c. 1057 – 15 de agosto de 1118 (c. 61 anos)
Theodore, Comnenus-Ducas (Despotate of Epirus) 1215-1230; Manuel, Comnenus-Ducas (Despotate of Epirus) 1230-1237; Michael II, Angelus (Despotate of Epirus) 1237-1271; Michael VIII Palaeologus 1261-1282 (with Andronicus II 1272-1282) Andronicus II Palaeologus 1282-1328 (with Michael IX 1295-1320; with Andronicus III 1325-1334)
[Originally compiled by Rod Letchford] [More links: here; here; Archive here] This page contains a list of links to volumes of the Patrologia Graeca (Patrologiae Cursus Completus. Series Graeca) av…
At this point the Turks increased their pressure on the Byzantines. Romanus Diogenes then ordered the army to stand and fight. However, the commander of his rear guard, Andronicus Ducas (a rival of the emperor), ignored his orders and continued marching to the Byzantine camp. This betrayal allowed the Seljuks to surround and annihilate the main ...