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Appendix
Emperors of the Byzantine Empire
(324-1453)

 

Constantine the Great (sole emperor), 324-337

Constantine, 337-340

Constans, 337-350

Constantius, 337-361

Julian the Apostate, 361-363

Jovian, 363-364

Valens, 364-378

Theodosius the Great, 379-395

Arcadius, 395-408

Theodosius II the Younger, 408-450

Marcian, 450-457

Leo I the Great, 457-474

Leo II, 474

Zeno, 474-491

Anastasius I, 491-518

Justin I, 518-527

Justinian I the Great, 527-565

Justin II, 565-578

Tiberius II, 578-582

Maurice, 582-602

Phocas, 602-610

Heraclius, 610-641

Constantine II, 641

Heraclonas (Heracleon), 641

Constantine III (Constans II), 641-668

Constantine IV, 668-685

Justinian II Rhinotmetus, 685-695

Leontius, 695-698

Tiberius III (Apsimar), 698-705

Justinian II (for the second time), 705-711

Philippicus Bardanes, 711-713

Anastasius II (Artemius), 713-715

Theodosius III, 715-717

Leo III, 717-741

Constantine V Copronymus, 741-775

Leo IV the Khazar (Chazar), 775-780

Constantine VI, 780-797

Irene, 797-802

Nicephorus I, 802-811

Stauracius, 811

Michael I Rangabe, 811-813

Leo V the Armenian, 813-820

Michael II the Stammerer, 820-829

Theophilus, 829-842

Michael III, 842-867

Basil I, 867-886

Leo VI the Philosopher (the Wise), 886-912

Alexander, 912-913

Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus, 913-959

Romanus I Lecapenus (co-emperor), 919-944

Stephen and Constantine, Romanus Lecapenus' sons. Dec. 944-Jan. 945

Romanus II, 959-963

Nicephorus II Phocas, 963-969

John I Tzimisces, 969-976

Basil II Bulgaroctonus, 976-1025

Constantine VIII, 1025-1028

Romanus III Argyrus, 1028-1034

Michael IV the Paphlagonian, 1034-1041

Michael V Calaphates, 1041-1042

Theodora and Zoe, 1042

Constantine IX Monomachus, 1042-1055

Theodora, 1055-1056

Michael VI Stratioticus, 1056-1057

Isaac I Comnenus, 1057-1059

Constantine X Ducas, 1059-1067

Romanus IV Diogenes, 1067-1071

Michael VII Ducas Parapinakes, 1071-1078

Nicephorus III Botaniates, 1078-1081

Alexius I Comnenus, 1081-1118

John II, 1118-1143

Manuel I, 1143-1180

Alexius II, 1180-1183

Andronicus I, 1182-1185

Isaac II Angelus, 1185-1195

Alexius III, 1195-1203

Isaac (for the second time) and Alexius IV, 1203-1204

Alexius V Ducas Mourtzouphlos, 1204

Theodore I Lascaris, 1204-1222

John III Ducas Vatatzes, 1222-1254

Theodore II Lascaris, 1254-1258

John IV, 1258-1261

Michael VIII Palaeologus, 1261-1282

Andronicus II, 1282-1328

Michael (IX), 1295-1320

Andronicus III, 1328-1341

John V, 1341-1391

John VI Cantacuzene, 1341-1354

Andronicus (IV), 1376-1379

John (VII), 1390

Manuel II, 1391-1425

John VIII, 1425-1448

Constantine XI, 1449-1453

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