Olimpia de Hauteville (c.1057 - c.1095)

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Death: Died
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About Olimpia de Hauteville

According to Psellos' monody, Andronikos was married to an unnamed woman, who died soon after his own death. He had no descendants.



Constantine Doukas

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Constantine Doukas or Ducas (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Δούκας, Kōnstantinos Doukas), (c. 1074–c. 1095) was Byzantine co-emperor from c. 1075 to 1078 and from 1081 to 1087. He was the son of Emperor Michael VII Doukas and his Georgian wife Maria of Alania.

Constantine was porphyrogennētos, i.e., Born in the purple, and was associated on the throne by his father soon after his birth. He was quickly involved in imperial diplomacy, as the infant was betrothed to Olympias of Apulia, renamed Helena, the daughter of the Norman leader Robert Guiscard and Sikelgaita.

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