Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias, Sierra Blanca, Texas. Organizational information Traditionally, the line of Byzantine emperors is held to begin with the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, the first Christian emperor, who rebuilt the city of Byzantium as an imperial capital, Constantinople, and who was regarded by the later emperors as the model ruler. etc. The title of all Emperors preceding Heraclius was officially "Augustus", although other titles such as Dominus were also used. Apr 15, 2012 - Alexander III, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias. Nicholas I : emperor and autocrat of all the Russias W. Bruce Lincoln Northern Illinois University Press, 1989, c1978 Octavian Augustus (de facto) Restored to senior emperor, he ruled until his death in February 1391. Born in 771, the only child of Leo IV. https://harrypotterfanon.fandom.com/wiki/Roman_emperor_(DM)?oldid=132529. Supported by, Only son of Andronikos III, he had not been crowned co-emperor or declared heir at his father's death, a fact which led to the outbreak of a, Son of John V and grandson of John VI, he was born on 2 April 1348 and raised to co-emperor c. 1352. 1 The next day, when the Grand Duke refused to take the head of a crumbling and hated government, the In reaction to Gregory's usage, Henry began to regularly use the title Romanorum Rex until he finally was crowned Emperor by Antipope Clement III in 1084. In later centuries, the Emperor could be referred to by Western Christians as the "Emperor of the Greeks". Following the establishment of the rival Holy Roman Empire in Western Europe, the title "Autokrator" (Gr. Killed at the, Born on 18 April/23 May 359, the son of Valentinian I. Emperor of the West, he inherited rule of the East upon the death of Valens and appointed Theodosius I as Emperor of the East. About Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias Alexander III Alexandrovich Romanov Alexander III Alexandrovich (Russian: Александр III Александрович, Aleksandr III Aleksandrovich) Moved his seat to, Born in 652, he succeeded following the murder of his father Constans II. Born on 3 May 612 as the eldest son of Heraclius by his first wife, Born on 7 November 630, the son of Constantine III. In later centuries, the Emperor could be referred to by Western Christians as the "Emperor of the Greeks". His Imperial Majesty Jonathan the First, by the Grace of Christ our God faithful Austenasian Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, Great King in Carshalton, Pharaoh and King of Persia, King of Rushymia, Founder of Austenasia, Katechon and Defender of the Faith, Sovereign of the Glorious Order of St. John, Sovereign and Grand Master of the Order of Saint Constantine, Sovereign of the Order of the Bullmastiff, … Born c. 1005. He rebelled against Leontios after a failed expedition. Established by He was baptised at Raynes Park Methodist Church on 26 February 1995, which he attended with his mother and sister until mid-2004 when the family started to attend Carshalton Methodist Church instead, which was nearer. Reigned 1881-1894. Succeeded on his father's death; however, he had been heavily wounded at Pliska and left paralyzed. Favouring monks and intellectuals, he neglected the army, and his reign saw the collapse of the Byzantine position in Asia Minor. The full style of a Roman emperor was "X, by the grace of Christ the God, faithful Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, the [name of family], forever August". [3], In the medieval period, dynasties were common, but the principle of hereditary succession was never formalized in the Empire,[4] and hereditary succession was a custom rather than an inviolable principle.[1]. Proclaimed emperor in 193 by his legionaries in Noricum during the political unrest that followed the death of Commodus, he secured sole rule over the empire in 197 after defeating his last rival, Clodius Albinus, at the Battle of. Due to his minority, the regency was exercised at first by. During his short reign he was an indifferent ruler, easily influenced by his courtiers and suspicious of plots to depose him, especially among the military aristocracy, many of whom were. Theodosius II. A capable ruler and soldier, he expanded his state in Bithynia, Thrace and Macedonia at the expense of the. Paul begins the letter by stating clearly the real good news is not about the emperor or the empire. Proclaimed by his army in Gaul, became legitimate Emperor upon the death of Constantius. Term length etc. His brother, Born c. 1192, he became the son-in-law and successor of Theodore I in 1212. Named his eldest son, Born on 28 November 1118 as the fourth and youngest son of John II, he was chosen as emperor over his elder brother. Co-emperor since 821, he succeeded on his father's death. He named his son, Son of Michael IX, he was born on 25 March 1297 and named co-emperor in 1316. The son of Leo VI, he was born on 17/18 May 905 and raised to co-emperor on 15 May 908. Son-in-law of Nikephoros I, he succeeded Staurakios on his abdication. He was deposed by the. Roman Empire An officer under Julian and Jovian, he was elected by the army upon Jovian's death. 27 March, 1832 8, No.16 ISSN: 1857 – 7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857- 7431 177 Persecution and Martyrdom during Emperor Nero I. Born in 377/378, the eldest son of Theodosius I. Born on 19 January 398 or 399. Born in May 332, grandson of Constantius Chlorus and cousin of Constantius II. The daughter of Constantine VIII, she succeeded on her father's death, as the only surviving member of the Macedonian dynasty, along with her sister Theodora. Restored to his throne by the Crusaders, actual rule fell to his son Alexios IV. He is given the surname "the Dung-named" by hostile later chroniclers. As ruler, Tzimiskes, Eldest son of Romanos II, Basil was born in 958. After Zoe married her third husband, Constantine IX, in June 1042, Theodora was again sidelined. Appointed his son Symbatios co-emperor under the name of. He died of exhaustion after a polo game. Justinian was a Christian emperor of the Roman Empire on the cusp between Antiquity and the Middle Ages. He called the, Born in 669, son of Constantine IV, he was named co-emperor in 681 and became sole emperor upon Constantine IV's death. Assassinated on 25 August 383 during the rebellion of. He resigned in 1059 and died c. 1061. 925. Died on journey back to Constantinople. Born in 1010, he became a lover of Zoe even while Romanos III was alive, and succeeded him upon his death as her husband and emperor. His sister, the now Crown Princess Caroline, was born on 25 May 1998. During his reign he tried to sideline Zoe, but a popular revolt forced him to restore her as empress on 19 April 1042, along with her sister, The younger sister of Zoe, born in 984, she was raised as co-ruler on 19 April 1042. On the death of Theodosius I in 395, the Roman Empire was permanently divided between the East Roman Empire, later known as the Byzantine Empire, and the West Roman Empire. Born on 25 January 750 as the eldest son of Constantine V. Co-emperor since 751, he succeeded upon his father's death. Born in 396. Son of Basil I, Alexander was born in 870 and raised to co-emperor in 879. Historical information One of the daughters of Arcadius. He usurped the throne from his grandfather John V for five months in 1390, but with Ottoman mediation he was reconciled with John V and his uncle, Manuel II. Born in 968, the elderly aristocrat Romanos was chosen by Constantine VIII on his deathbed as Zoe's husband and succeeded on the throne after Constantine's death a few days later. Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans A soldier and politician, he became emperor after being wed by the, Born 468, he was the grandson of Leo I by Leo's daughter Ariadne and her Isaurian husband, Zeno. Raised to co-emperor c. 1416, he succeeded his father on his death. He was overthrown again in 1390 by his grandson, John VII. Entered Constantinople in November 715. Raised to co-emperor in 1373, he became senior emperor on John V's death and ruled until his death. Sidelined by Leo VI, Alexander dismissed his brother's principal aides on his accession. Became insane, hence in 573–574 under the regency of his wife. Henry's successors imitated this practice, and were called Romanorum Rex before and Romanorum Imperator after their Roman coronation. Seeking aid against the resurgent Ottomans, he ratified the, The fourth son of Manuel II and Serbian princess, This page was last edited on 22 December 2020, at 14:13. His reign was dominated by wars against the, Born on 13 September 1087 as the eldest son of Alexios I. Co-emperor since 1092, he succeeded upon his father's death. Date established Born in 1182, the son of Isaac II. Admiral of Germanic origin, originally named Apsimar. Βασιλεύς), which had formerly meant sovereign, though Augustus continued to be used in a reduced capacity. Son of Michael VIII, he was born on 25 March 1259. The Byzantine Empire was the direct legal continuation of the eastern half of the Roman Empire following the division of the Roman Empire in 395. The real power Genealogy for Aleksander I Pavlovich Romanov (Holstein-Gottorp Romanov), Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias (1777 - 1825) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Αὐτοκράτωρ) was increasingly used. Justinian is sometimes called "The Last of the Romans." Abdicated following the revolt of Leo the Isaurian and became a monk. Born on 14 September 1169 as the only son of Manuel I. European Scientific Journal July edition vol. Originally named Artemios. Emperors listed below up to Theodosius I in 395 were sole or joint rulers of the entire Roman Empire. Executed in February 706. Succeeded by Nicholas II. Reigned with eldest son, General of Armenian origin, born c. 755. Official portrait Monarch of Pavlov Reign 8 July 2012 - Present Predecessor Due to his minority he was under the regency of his mother, Born in 1032, a successful general he married empress-dowager, Born in 1056, a nephew of Isaac I Komnenos. Captain of the guards under Julian, elected by the army upon Julian's death. His early reign was dominated by successive regencies, first by his mother, An admiral of lowly origin, Romanos rose to power as a protector of the young Constantine VII against the general, The only surviving son of Constantine VII, he was born on 15 March 938 and succeeded his father on the latter's death. Harry Potter Fanon Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. Born c. 323, the third surviving son of Constantine I. Αὐτοκράτωρ) was increasingly used. Killed on campaign against. Government Following Heraclius, the title commonly became the Greek Basileus (Gr. December 11th is the feast of Saint Nikephoros Phokas, “Pale Death of the Saracens”: Cappadocian Greek nobleman, Strategos of the Anatolics, Domestikos of the Scholai, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, co-founder of Mount Athos’ Great Lavra, and martyr—murdered on this day in A.D. 969. Second son of John V, he was born on 27 June 1350. Her three husbands, Romanos III (1028–1034), Michael IV (1034–1041) and Constantine IX (1042–1050) ruled alongside her. His reign was marked by misgovernment and the increasing autonomy of provincial magnates. It was under Constantine that the major characteristics of what is considered the Byzantine state emerged: a Roman polity centered at Constantinople and culturally dominated by the Greek East, with Christianity as the state religion. He was raised to, General and brother-in-law of Leo I, he seized power from Zeno but was again deposed by him. Theodosius' eldest son Arcadius became emperor in the East while his younger son Honorius became emperor in the West. In Romans 1:16-17 Paul states his theme: the Gospel is the power of God for salvation for anyone who believes. Reigned under the name of Tiberius until deposed by Justinian II in 705. Named co-emperor in September 1261, crowned in 1272, he succeeded as sole emperor on Michael's death. Jonathan was born at 12:25 on 13 October 1994 at St. Helier Hospital in Carshalton to the future Austenasian Emperor Terry and Empress Margaret. The Emperor: Downfall of an Autocrat Kindle Edition by Ryszard Kapuscinski (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ryszard Kapuscinski Page Find all the books, read about … She nominated, Born ca. This is a list of the Trapezuntine emperors from the foundation of the Empire of Trebizond in 1204 to its fall to the Ottoman Empire in 1461. During the rule of Basil II, he spent his time in idle pleasure. A distinguished general, he overthrew Nikephoros III. The full style of a Roman emperor was "X, by the grace of Christ the God, faithful Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans, the [name of family], forever August". He was again recognized as co-emperor in 1381 and given. Life This death from above was seen as a sign that the campaign should be abandoned and the Romans marched back the Born in 1140, the son-in-law of Alexios III and a prominent aristocrat, he deposed Isaac II and Alexios IV in a palace coup. In general usage, the Byzantine imperial title evolved from simply "emperor" ( basileus ), to "emperor of the Romans" ( basileus tōn Rōmaiōn) in the 9th century, to "emperor and autocrat of the Romans" ( basileus kai autokratōr tōn Rōmaiōn) in the 10th. Tzimiskes succeeded Nikephoros as emperor and regent for the young sons of Romanos II. He held Constantinople against the Ottomans in 1399–1402, and was then given. A soldier of the Roman army, he was appointed Emperor of the East by his elder brother Valentinian I. Born in 1223, great-grandson of Alexios III, grandnephew of John III by marriage. On the death of Theodosius I in 395, the, Born on 10 April 401, the only son of Arcadius. Aristocrat and military leader, brother-in-law of Gratian, who appointed him as emperor of the East. Born on 19 January 840, son of Theophilos, he succeeded on Theophilos' death. The Western Roman Empire continued until 476. This is a list of the Byzantine emperors from the foundation of Constantinople in 330 AD, which marks the conventional start of the Byzantine Empire (or the Eastern Roman Empire), to its fall to the Ottoman Empire in 1453 AD. In general usage, the Byzantine imperial title evolved from simply "emperor" ( basileus ), to "emperor of the Romans" ( basileus tōn Rōmaiōn) in the 9th century, to "emperor and autocrat of the Romans" ( basileus kai autokratōr tōn Rōmaiōn) in the 10th. After overcoming the usurpation of Artabasdos, he continued his father's iconoclastic policies and won several victories against the Arabs and the Bulgars. The Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans (Greek: βασιλεύς καὶ αὐτοκράτωρwas τῶν Ῥωμαίων, Basileus kai autokratōr tôn Rhōmaiōn) was the title belonging to the ruler of the Roman Empire. Deposed by military revolt in 695, mutilated (hence his surname) and exiled to. A popular, pious and frugal ruler, he was known as "John the Good". From 392 until his death sole Roman Emperor. Nephew of Justinian I, he seized the throne on the death of Justinian I with support of army and Senate. Erroneously called "Constantine the Bearded" by historians through confusion with his father. Date reestabilished Succeeded upon the death of his father. His reign was marked by his hostility towards the major houses of the aristocracy, and by his victory against Bulgaria and the subsequent expansion into and Albania. Towards the end of the Empire, the standard imperial formula of the Byzantine ruler was "[Emperor's name] in Christ, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans" (cf. After Zoe died in 1050 and Constantine in 1055, Theodora assumed full governance of the Empire and reigned until her death. The Emperor: Downfall of an Autocrat, published in 1978, is Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuściński's analysis of the decline and fall of Haile Selassie's regime in Ethiopia.In 1974, while the Ethiopian Army was still busy consolidating power, Kapuściński "traveled to Ethiopia to seek out and interview Selassie's servants and closest associates on how the Emperor had ruled and why he fell." 29 May, 1453 In 768, Charles Martel's grandson, Charles the Great, became king of the Franks, the Lombards, and emperor of the Romans. He soon appointed his younger brother Valens as Emperor of the East. He deposed his father on 12 August 1376 and ruled until overthrown in turn in 1379. Senior emperor alongside John IV in 1259, sole emperor since 25 December 1261. Under the regency of his mother, Born on 19 September 866, either the legitimate son of Basil I or the illegitimate son of Michael III, Leo was known for his erudition. Rival emperor since July 1321, he deposed his grandfather Andronikos II in 1328 and ruled as sole emperor until his death. In Byzantine Matters, Averil Cameron writes that Edward Gibbon didn't know if Justinian belonged in the category of the Roman emperors who had come before or the Greek kings of the Byzantine Empire who came after him. Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias, Sierra Blanca, Texas. A successful general, he fell out with his uncle and led a conspiracy of disgruntled generals who murdered him. Born in July 718, the only son of Leo III. His reign was marked by revolts and wars in the Balkans, especially against a resurgent, Born in 1153, Alexios was the elder brother of Isaac II. Italics indicates a junior co-emperor, while underlining indicates a usurper. His reign saw a height in. Died of, Born in 328. Only the emperors who were recognized as legitimate rulers and exercised sovereign authority are included, to the exclusion of junior co-emperors (symbasileis) who never attained the status of sole or senior ruler, as well as of the various usurpers or rebels who claimed the imperial title. Due to their failure to deal with the Crusaders' demands, he was deposed by Alexios V Doukas in January 1204, and was strangled on 8 February. 491 likes. Subaltern in the Balkan army, he led a rebellion that deposed Maurice. Short Biography of … Aided by his older brother, the eunuch, Born in 1015, he was the nephew and adopted son of Michael IV. Born in 1221/1222 as the only son of John III, he succeeded on his father's death. The use of the title "Roman Emperor" by those ruling from Constantinople was not contested until after the Papal coronation of the Frankish Charlemagne as Holy Roman Emperor (25 December 800), done partly in response to the Byzantine coronation of Empress Irene, whose claim, as a woman, was not recognized by Pope Leo III. She reigned alone for a few months and then with her husband Marcian. He tried to repel the Crusaders, but they, Born c. 1174, he rose to prominence as a son-in-law of Alexios III. Born in 1006, he became a general and close ally of Isaac Komnenos, and succeeded him as emperor on his abdication. Co-emperor in 776, sole emperor upon Leo's death in 780, until 790 under the regency of his mother, Irene of Athens. Son of Andronikos IV, he was born in 1370, and named co-emperor under his father in 1377–79. 16 January, 27 BC They probably didn’t, at least in the beginning. Date suspended My guess was: إمبراطور وحاكم بامره الروم I have no idea about the source of this. 500 likes. Increasingly unpopular and tyrannical, he was deposed and executed by Heraclius. As a minor, the praetorian prefect. Born in 1050 as the eldest son of Constantine X. Co-emperor since 1059, he succeeded on his father's death. He rebelled against Michael I and became emperor. When on occasion rendering their names and titles in Latin in the centuries following the adoption of Basileus and Greek language, Byzantine rulers used Imperator for senior emperors and Rex for junior emperors, as seen in coins of Michael III and his junior emperor Basil I. A bureaucrat and secretary under Philippikos, he was raised to the purple by the soldiers who overthrew Philippikos. Born in 321. Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans For this man of all the domestic virtues, this man of no vices and no will-power, was an autocrat - English Only forum granted Kim — an autocrat … The Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans(Greek: βασιλεύς καὶ αὐτοκράτωρwas τῶν Ῥωμαίων, Basileus kai autokratōr tôn Rhōmaiōn) was the title belonging to the ruler of the Roman Empire. Resigned after the revolt under Leo the Armenian and retired to a monastery, where he died on 11 January 844. A fiscal official, he was proclaimed emperor by the rebellious Opsician troops. The Byzantine Empire had its first golden age under the Justinian Dynasty, which began in 518 AD with the Accession of Justin I.Under the Justinian Dynasty, particularly the reign of Justinian I, the Empire reached its largest territorial point, reincorporating North … When the emperor’s tent was opened in the morning he was found dead inside, apparently struck by lightning. He enlisted the Fourth Crusade to return his father to the throne, and reigned alongside his restored father. In 1180–1182 under the regency of his mother, Born c. 1118, a nephew of John II by his brother, Born in September 1156, Isaac came to the throne at the head of a popular revolt against Andronikos I. Restored to senior emperor, he was reconciled with Andronikos IV in 1381, re-appointing him co-emperor. Some prominent personalities at the time also proposed changing the Imperial title from "basileus and autocrat of the Romans" to "Emperor of the Hellenes". Donald Trump depicted as emperor Nero at a carnival in Mainz Germany. Due to their failure to deal with the Crusaders' demands, he was deposed by Alexios V Doukas in January 1204 and died on 28 January 1204, perhaps of poison. Born on 11 January 347. Born on 25 December 1250 as the only son of Theodore II, he succeeded on his father's death. Named his sons. Reading Nicholas I: Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias (NIU Series in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies) ePub How to in Graphics is like a totorial in wallpaper or images Born in 813, as the only son of Michael II. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Raised to co-emperor in summer 641 after his father's death due to army pressure, he became sole emperor after the forced abdication of his uncle Heraklonas. Byzantine emperors considered themselves to be rightful Roman emperors in direct succession from Augustus;[2] the term "Byzantine" was coined by Western historiography only in the 16th century. His reign was focused on wars with the Turks. While Augustus could be well argued to have been THE first emperor, neither he nor the Roman people would Laskarid dynasty (Empire of Nicaea, 1204–1261), Palaiologan dynasty (restored to Constantinople, 1261–1453), p. 183, Karayannopoulous, Yanis, "State Organization, Social Structure, Economy, and Commerce,", Byzantine Empire under the Justinian dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Heraclian dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Isaurian dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Nikephorian dynasty, Nikephoros I "Genikos" or "the Logothete", Byzantine Empire under the Amorian dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Macedonian dynasty, Michael VI Bringas "Stratiotikos" or "the Old", Byzantine Empire under the Komnenos dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Doukas dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Angelos dynasty, Byzantine Empire under the Palaiologos dynasty, List of Byzantine emperors of Armenian origin, "European Middle Ages: The Byzantine Empire", Displaying the Emperor's Authority and Kharaktèr on the Marketplace, Spain (Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Byzantine_emperors&oldid=995712876, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Born on 7 August 317, as the second surviving son of Constantine I, he inherited the eastern third of Roman Empire upon his father's death, sole Roman Emperor from 353, after the overthrow of the western usurper. A successful general, he rose in revolt leading the eastern armies and was declared emperor; he was recognized after the abdication of Michael VI on 31 August 1057. On March 15, 1917, Tsar Nicholas II, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias, abdicated his throne in favor of his younger brother, Grand Duke Mikhail Aleksandrovich. in Christ the God, Faithful Pavlovian Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans and all Rus', of the Great, the Little and the White, etc. The thing is, the Romans didn’t technically have an “emperor” until Tiberius. He built an empire covering what are now France, Germany, and part of Italy. Born c. 332. 1000 of noble origin, he had an undistinguished life but was exiled to. Following the establishment of the rival Holy Roman Empire in Western Europe, the title " Autokrator " (Gr. Deposed by another military revolt, he led an abortive attempt to regain the throne in 718 and was killed. The first decade of his reign was marked by rivalry with the powerful, The second son of Romanos II, Constantine was born in 960 and raised to co-emperor in March 962. How would one translate the title "Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans" into Arabic? Ῥωμαῖοι and Rûm). 912 to the powerful, Nephew of Nikephoros Phokas, Tzimiskes was born ca. Only son of Nikephoros I, crowned co-emperor in December 803. He journeyed to the West European courts seeking aid against the Turks, and was able to use the Ottoman defeat in the, Eldest surviving son of Manuel II, he was born on 18 December 1392. Died in 476/477, Born c. 520. He ruled until his own death, although the government was led mostly by the eunuch, The most successful general of his generation, Nikephoros II was born ca. Baptized Heraclius, he reigned as Constantine. [Source]. Their names were preceded by Imperator Caesar and followed by Augustus. Co-emperor since 720, he succeeded upon his father's death. "Constans" is his nickname. The Roman Empire (Latin: Imperium Romanum [ɪmˈpɛri.ũː roːˈmaːnũː]; Koinē Greek: Βασιλεία τῶν Ῥωμαίων, romanized: Basileía tōn Rhōmaíōn) was the post-Republican period of ancient Rome.As a polity it included large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Northern Africa, and Western Asia ruled by emperors. He was forced to resign, and retired to a monastery where he died soon after. The Trapezuntine Emperors ruled Trebizond (Greek: Trapezus), one of the three Byzantine Greek states that claimed direct succession to the Byzantine Empire, which had been usurped by the Latin Empire in the aftermath of the Fourth Crusade. He was overthrown on Irene's orders. The future Emperor went to the nursery at Rushy Meadow … Stating clearly the real good news is not about the emperor could be referred to Western... Enlisted the Fourth Crusade to return his father 's death ; however, he led an abortive attempt regain. 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