Family. Helena was a daughter of the magistros Basil Argyros and, thus, a niece of the emperor Romanos III Argyros. The marriage of Helena to King Bagrat, then aged around 14, was arranged as part of a peace deal negotiated, c. 1032, by Bagrat's mother and regent Mariam during her visit to Constantinople, which brought an outbreak of Byzantine–Georgian hostilities to an end.
Helena Argyre or Argyropoulaina was a Byzantine noblewoman of the Argyros family and Queen Consort of Georgia as the first wife of King Bagrat IV of the Bagratids. She was given off in marriage by her uncle, the Byzantine emperor Romanos III Argyros, to the boy-king Bagrat c. 1032. Helena died within a year or so, without issue.
Helena was a daughter of the magistros Basil Argyros and, thus, a niece of the emperor Romanos III Argyros.
- before 1018
- circa 1033
- FARKAS Mihály László
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Helena Argyre was born, daughter of Basile Argyre. She was married in the year 1032 to Bagrat de Géorgie. This information is part of Noblesse Européenne - European Nobility by Henri Frebault on Genealogy Online.
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