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  1. The usurpation of the legitimate Laskarid ruler John IV Laskaris by Michael VIII Palaiologos in 1261 alienated much of the populace against the restored Byzantine Empire at Constantinople. John IV was left behind at Nicaea, and was later blinded on Michael's orders on his eleventh birthday, December 25, 1261.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › JoannesJoannes - Wikipedia

    Joannes or John (Latin: Iohannes; died June or July 425) was western Roman emperor from 423 to 425.. On the death of the Emperor Honorius (15 August 423), Theodosius II, the remaining ruler of the House of Theodosius, hesitated in announcing his uncle's death.

  3. John Locke (Wrington, 29 de agosto de 1632 – Harlow, 28 de outubro de 1704) foi um filósofo inglês conhecido como o "pai do liberalismo", [1] sendo considerado o principal representante do empirismo britânico e um dos principais teóricos do contrato social.

  4. John Welch, North Carolina Derrick Crenshaw, Illinois Scott Kirsch, George Mason Eric Childs, Rider Jason Shea, Maryland T.J. Sewell, Oklahoma [3] Haig Brown, Virginia State Robert Tabarez, Cal Poly-SLO [11] Clarence Arrington, Tennessee-Chattanooga Tony Reed, Bloomsburg [6] Joey Gilbert 11-4 Tony Hunter 13-5 Tom Brands Fall 4:22 John Welch 9-1

  5. L'Empire en 1076, sous Michel VII Doukas, la veille de la prise de Nicée par les Seldjoukides (1077). Fils ainé de Constantin X, grand intellectuel mais sans envergure, Michel VII Doukas (ca 1050 - empereur 1071 - déposé 1078 - ca 1090) [ 161 ] abandonna la direction de l'empire au césar Jean , puis à l'eunuque Niképhoritzès dont la cupidité fit monter le prix du blé et déclencha ...

  6. 31/08/2021 · Spanning New Jersey a swath of industries as leaders, founders, partners, execs & above all trailblazers, meet this year's NJBIZ 40 Under 40.