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Manuel Angelos

Birthplace: Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac II Angelos, Byzantine Emperor and ÁRPÁD(házi) Margit - Margaret Empress of the Byzantine Empire
Brother of Ioannes Angelos
Half brother of Guillaume de St. Omer; Bella de Saint-Omer; Demetrius di Montferrato; Irini Maria Angelina; Alexios IV Angelos, Byzantine Emperor and 2 others

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About Manuel Angelos

6. ISAAKIOS Angelos ([1155]-Constantinople in prison [28 Jan/12 Apr] 1204). ... m firstly (before [1181]) [EIRENE] Tornikaina, daughter of DEMETRIOS Tornikes & his wife --- Malakissa (-[18 Nov] [1183/85]). ... m secondly (1185) as her first husband, MARGIT of Hungary, daughter of BÉLA III King of Hungary & his first wife Agnès [Anna] de Châtillon-sur-Loing (1175-after 3 Mar 1229). ... Emperor Isaakios III & his first wife had [four] children:

  • a) ... d)

Emperor Isaakios III & his second wife had two children:

  • e) MANUEL Angelos ([after 1192]-[1212]). [The necrology of Speyer cathedral records the death "VI Kal Sep" of "Maria regina Philippi regis contectalis, nata de Grecia" and the donations which she made to found the anniversaries "in octava Martini [18 Nov]…patris eius et matris eius…Ysaac et matre Herina" and "fratris…eius et sororis eius tercia die post festum Michahelis [1 Oct]…Manuel fratre, Effrosina sorore"[665]. At first sight, it appears that "Manuel" who is commemorated would be donor´s half-brother of that name. However, it seems suprising that Eirene/Maria would commemorate her half-brother and not her full brother Emperor Alexios IV. In addition, the entry quoted below appears to indicate that Manuel died after his half-sister Eirene/Maria, while it is clear from the wording of the Speyer entry that her relatives for whom she founded the anniversaries were already deceased at the time. It therefore appears more probable that "Manuel" in the Speyer entry is in fact an error for "Alexios".] It is unlikely that Manuel could have been born before 1192 bearing in mind the birth date of his mother. He joined in the attack on Theodoros Laskaris, Emperor at Nikaia, in Spring 1211 and was captured. An inscription found at Nikaia recording the death of "πρίγκιψ Μανουήλ" in 1212 aged 35 has been linked to Manuel Angelos, despite the obvious inconsistency in the age[666].
  • f) IOANNES "Kaloioannes" Angelos (-before 13 Jan 1254). ...
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Manuel Angelos's Timeline

Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
June 17, 1212
Age 24