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Anna Komnene Angelina Lascarina (Komnena Angelina)

Lithuanian: Ona Angelina Lascarina (Komnena Angelina), Bizantijos Imperatorienė
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Constantinople, Turkey
Death: 1212 (36-56)
Nicaea, Bursa, Turkey
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Alexios III, Byzantine Emperor and Euphrosyne Doukaina Komnenos Angelos
Wife of Isaakios Komnenos and Theodoros I, Emperor of Nicaea
Mother of Maria Laskarin; Eudoxia Komnene Angelina; Eirene Laskarina; Nikolaos Laskaris; Iōannēs Laskaris and 1 other
Sister of Eirene Angelina and Eudokia Angelina

Occupation: Angelos (Ange Comnene)Angelos (Ange Comnene), Princess & Empress Consort of Byzantine Empire
Managed by: Jason Scott Wills
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About Anna Komnene Angelina Lascarina

Anna Komnena Angelina

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Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

-1. Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

-2. Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

-3. Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes

-4. Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary

-5. Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Angelina


Anna Komnena Angelina

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Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes

Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary

Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor


Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes

Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary

Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor


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Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

   * Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)
   * Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)
   * Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes
   * Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary
   * Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor

Anna Komnena Angelina

Angelos

Born: c. 1176 Died: 1212

Royal titles

Preceded by

Margaret of Hungary Empress consort of Nicaea

1204–1212 Succeeded by

Philippa of Armenia

Titles in pretence

Preceded by

None — TITULAR —

Byzantine Empress consort in exile

1204–1212

Reason for succession failure:

Constantinopole captured by Latin Crusaders in 1204 Succeeded by

Philippa of Armenia

[edit] Sources

   * K. Varzos, I genealogia ton Komninon (Thessalonica, 1984).
   * O city of Byzantium: annals of Niketas Choniates tr. Harry J. Magoulias (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1984) especially pages 255–258, 280.

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Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes

Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary

Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor

Anna Komnena Angelina

Angelos

Born: c. 1176 Died: 1212

Royal titles

Preceded by

Margaret of Hungary Empress consort of Nicaea

1204–1212 Succeeded by

Philippa of Armenia

Preceded by

None — TITULAR —

Byzantine Empress consort in exile

1204–1212

Reason for succession failure:

Constantinopole captured by Latin Crusaders in 1204 Succeeded by

Philippa of Armenia


Anna Komnena Angelina (c. 1176 - 1212) was a daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios III Angelos and of Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera.

Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.

Her second marriage to Theodore Laskaris, eventually emperor of Nicaea, was celebrated in a double wedding in early 1200 (the other couple was Anna's sister Eirene and Alexios Palaiologos). Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two sons:

Nikolaos Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Iōannēs Laskaris (d. c. 1212)

Eirene Dukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes

Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary

Eudokia Laskarina, engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married bef. 1230 Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor

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Anna Komnene Angelina Lascarina's Timeline

1156
1156
Constantinople, Turkey
1180
1180
Age 24
Nicea, Bursa, Turkey
1198
1198
Age 42
Byzantine Empire
1201
1201
Age 45
Nicea, Bursa, Turkey
1202
1202
Age 46
Nicea, Bursa, Turkey
1206
1206
Age 50
Nicaea, Bursa, Turkey
1206
Age 50
Bursa, Bursa, Turkey
1212
1212
Age 56
Bursa, Turkey