Ioannes Komnenos

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Ioannes Komnenos

Greek, Ancient: Ίωάννης Κομνηνός, Spanish: Dn. Juan Comneno, Croatian: car Rimljana Izak I. Komnen, Lithuanian: Jonas Komninas, Greek: Ἰωάννης Κομνηνός
Also Known As: "Ioannes I /Komnenos/", "Ioannes /Komnenos/", "Domestic of the Schools John Komnenos", "Ioannes Isaak"
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Birthplace: Byzantine Empire, Ortahisar, Trabzon, Turkey
Death: July 12, 1067 (51-52)
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
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Son of Manuel Erotikos Komnenos and Anna Komnenos
Husband of Anna Dalassene
Father of Maria Komnene; Manuel Komnenos; Isaac Komnenos; Theodora Komnene; Eudokia Komnene and 3 others
Brother of Isaac I Komnenos, Byzantine Emperor and N.N. Dokeiana

Occupation: Hoffmarkskalk, Curopalate, Grand Domestique, Domestic of the Schools, Younger brother of Emperor Isaac I Komnenos,
Managed by: Flemming Allan Funch
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About Ioannes Komnenos

Isaac I Komnenos

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In 1059, Isaac was seized with an illness, and believed it to be mortal. This situation was exploited by the courtiers, led by Michael Psellos, who influenced Isaac to appoint as his successor Constantine Doukas, to the exclusion of his own brother John Komnenos. Isaac abdicated on November 22, 1059, against the wishes of his brother and of his empress Catherine of Bulgaria.

Anna Dalassena

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Anna married Johannes Komnenos, whose brother Isaac became Emperor in 1057.



In 1044, Anna was married to John Komnenos, whose brother Isaac was chosen by a faction of rebel Byzantine generals to succeed the very old and inept Michael VI Stratiotikos. As a result, John was granted the titles of kouropalates and domestikos ton scholon of the West (commander of the western armies). Anna's equivalent of these titles, which appeared on seals, were kouropalatissa and domestikissa. In this regard, she was a high ranking personage at court, second only to the empress and her daughter. Her eldest child, Manuel, was born in 1045. However, her ambition did not end with bearing eight children: Manuel, Maria, Isaac, Eudokia, Theodora, Alexios, Adrianos and Nikephoros.

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John Komnenos, Domestic of the Schools, Byzantine Empire http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_of_the_Schools

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Ioannes Komnenos's Timeline

1015
1015
Byzantine Empire, Ortahisar, Trabzon, Turkey
1047
1047
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire, Turkey
1048
1048
Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
1050
1050
1053
1053
Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
1055
1055
Kastamoni
1056
1056
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
1060
1060
1062
1062