Byzantine emperors*


Byzantine emperors*

Table
Byzantine emperors*
Zeno 474–491
Anastasius I 491–518
Justin I 518–527
Justinian I 527–565
Justin II 565–578
Tiberius II Constantine (Tiberius II Constantinus) 578–582
Maurice 582–602
Phokas (Phocas) 602–610
Heraclius 610–641
Constans II (Constans II Pogonatus) 641–668
Constantine IV 668–685
Justinian II 685–695
Leontius 695–698
Tiberius III 698–705
) (Justinian II) 705–711
Philippikos Vardan (Philippicus Bardanes) 711–713
Anastasios II (Anastasius II) 713–715
Theodosios III (Theodosius III) 715–717
Leo III 717–741
Leo IV 775–780
Constantine VI 780–797
Irene 797–802
Nikephoros I (Nicephorus I) 802–811
Stauracius 811
Michael I Rhangabe 811–813
Leo V 813–820
Michael II 820–829
Theophilus 829–842
Michael III 842–867
Basil I 867–886
Leo VI 886–912
Alexander 912–913
Romanus II 959–963
John I Tzimisces 969–976
Basil II 976–1025
Constantine VIII 1025–28
Romanos III Argyros (Romanus III Argyrus) 1028–34
Michael IV 1034–41
Michael V (Michael V Calaphates) 1041–42
Zoe and Theodora 1042
Constantine IX Monomachos (Constantine IX Monomachus) 1042–55
Theodora 1055–56
Michael VI (Michael VI Stratioticus) 1056–57
Isaac I Komnenos (Isaac I Comnenus) 1057–59
Constantine X Doukas (Constantine X Ducas) 1059–67
Romanos IV Diogenes (Romanus IV Diogenes) 1067–71
Michael VII Doukas (Michael VII Ducas) 1071–78
Nikephoros III Botaneiates (Nicephorus III Botaneiates) 1078–81
Alexios I Komnenos (Alexius I Comnenus) 1081–1118
John II Komnenos (John II Comnenus) 1118–43
Manuel I Komnenos (Manuel I Comnenus) 1143–80
Alexios II Komnenos (Alexius II Comnenus) 1180–83
Andronikos I Komnenos (Andronicus I Comnenus) 1183–85
Isaac II Angelos (Isaac II Angelus) 1185–95
Alexios III Angelos (Alexius III Angelus) 1195–1203
) (Isaac II Angelus) and ) (Alexius IV Angelus) 1203–04
Alexios V Murtzouphlos (Alexius V Ducas Mourtzouphlus) 1204
Latin emperors of Constantinople
Baldwin I 1204–06
Henry (Henry of Hainault) 1206–16
Peter 1217
Yolande (empress) 1217–19
Robert 1221–28
Baldwin II (Baldwin II Porphyrogenitus) 1228–61
John 1231–37
Nicaean emperors
Constantine (XI) Lascaris (Constantine (XI)) 1204–05?
Theodore I Lascaris 1205?–22
John IV Lascaris 1258–61
Greek emperors restored
Andronicus II Palaeologus and joint ruler (Michael IX Palaeologus) 1295–1320) 1282–1328
John V Palaeologus 1341–76
) (John V Palaeologus) 1379–90
) (John V Palaeologus) 1390–91
Manuel II Palaeologus and joint ruler (John VIII Palaeologus) 1421–25) 1391–1425
*For emperors of the Eastern Roman Empire (at Constantinople) before the fall of Rome, see Roman Republic and Empire.
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