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  1. Nikephoros Diogenes ( Greek: Νικηφόρος Διογένης ), Latinized as Nicephorus Diogenes, was presumably a junior Byzantine emperor from 1070–1071. He was born in c. 1069 to Byzantine Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes and Empress Eudokia Makrembolitissa.

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    Nikephoros Diogenes (Greek: Νικηφόρος Διογένης), Latinized as Nicephorus Diogenes, was the son of Byzantine Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes and Eudokia Makrembolitissa. Crowned co-emperor during his father's reign, he later served as a general during the reign of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, scoring successes in the Byzantine campaigns against the Norma...

    Nikephoros's father, Romanos IV Diogenes, died when he was still a boy. Although elevated to the rank of co-emperor on his birth, he was banished to a monastery along with his mother after the fall of Romanos. Alexios I Komnenos took in Nikephoros and his brother Leo and treated them well. While campaigning against barbarian forces led by Bolcanus,...

  2. 15/12/2014 · Nikephoros Diogenes. Birthdate: 1068. Death: Immediate Family: Son of Romanos IV Diogenes, Byzantine emperor and Eudokia Makrembolitissa, byzantine empress. Brother of Leo Diogenes. Half brother of Constantine Diogenes; N/a sister of Michael VII Doukas; Michael VII Doukas, Eastern Roman Emperor; Andronikos Doukas, Byzantine Co-Emperor; Anna ...

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  3. Nikephoros Diogenes, 1068 - Circa 1094 Nikephoros Diogenes 1068 1094 Nikephoros Diogenes was born in 1068, at birth place , to Romanos IV Diogenes and Eudokia Diogenes (born Makrembolitissa) . Romanos was born in 1020, in Capadocia, Anatolia, Tyrkiet.

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    A patrician from Seleucia Sidera, Nikephoros was appointed finance minister ( logothetēs tou genikou) by the Empress Irene. He figured prominently in a courtiers' power struggle which eventually dethroned Irene and sent her into exile. With the support of his co-conspirators, Nikephoros was installed as the new emperor on 31 October 802.