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Konstantinos Angelos

Spanish: Dn. Constantino A. de Bizancio
Also Known As: "Admiral of Byzantium", "Constantinos Angelos"
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Birthplace: Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
Death: circa 1166
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
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Son of Manuel Angelus
Husband of N.N. of Alania; Theodora Komnene and Irini, Princess of Dukaina
Father of Andronikos Doukas Angelos; Iōannēs Doukas Angelos, Sebastokrator; Eudokia Komnene; Alexios Komnenos Angelos; Zoe Angelina and 4 others
Half brother of Ioannes Angelos; Nikolaos Angelos and Michael Angelos

Occupation: Admiral, Amiral, Admiral på Sicilien, византийски аристократ, Admiral of Sicily, Byzantine Prince 3rd son of Emperor Alexios I, Scholar, Poet, Patron of Learning, севастократор
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About Konstantinos Angelos

Константин Ангел командовал имперским флотом в Сицилии. В 1150 году он участвовал в войне с сербами. Согласно Никите Хониату, он был человеком храбрым и способным, но скромного происхождения; благодаря его женитьбе на младшей дочери императора Алексея I Комнина Феодоре началось возвышение рода, в конце XII века занявшего престол.

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

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DINASTÍA ANGELOS

I. Manolis Angelos nació hacia el año de 1040. Todavía vivía en 1081. Tuvo por hijo a

II. EMPERADOR CONSTANTINO ANGELOS, que nació hacia el año 1085 aún vivía en 1166. Casó, hacia 1120, con Theodora Comnene (nacida hacia 1096, ver Dinastía Comnene). Tuvieron por hijos a: 1) Juan Dukas (c.1121, padre de Teodoro I Komnenos Dukas Angelos), 2) Andronikos Angelos Dukas (que sigue) y 3) Isaac Angelos (c.1135).

III. Andronikos Dukas Angelos, que nació hacia el año 1122, en Constantinopla, Bizancio. Murió el 2-XII-1185. Casó antes de 1155 con Euphrosyne Kastamounites (c.1125-1190), hija de Teodoro Kastamounites. Tuvieron por hijos a: 1) Juan (príncipe de Bizancio), 2) Alexios III (emperador de Bizancio, e 3) Isaac II (que sigue).

IV. Isaac II Angelos, emperador de Bizancio, que nació, en Constantinopla, hacia 1156. Murió el 28-I-1202/1203, ejecutado. Casó con Irene Comnene (1154, ver Dinastía Comnene) y tuvieron por hija a

V. Irene (María) Angelina , princesa de Bizanció y emperatriz del Sacro Imperio Germánico, nació hacia 1181. Murió el 27-VIII-1208. Casó hacia 1196 con Felipe II de Suabia, von Hohenstaufen, emperador del Sacro Imperio Germánico. Tuvieron por hijas a 1) Kunigunda (c.1200 a 13-IX-1248; casó con Vaclav I), princesa de Suabia, 2) María (c.1201-1240, casó con Enrique II, duque de Lorena y Brabante) y 3) Beatriz Isabel de Suabia y Constantinopla (c.1202-1234), casada con San Fernando III, rey de Castilla. En segundas nupcias casó con Otto I von Andechs, en 1208.



Isaac Komnenos or Comnenus (Greek: Ισαάκιος Κομνηνός, Isaakios Komnēnos) (after 16 January 1093 – after 1152) was the third son of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina.

Contents

1 Life

2 Family

3 References

4 External links

Life

He was the brother of Emperor John II Komnenos and the historian Anna Komnene. Isaac was given the dignity of kaisar (Caesar) by his father.

After the succession of John II in 1118, Isaac was received at the imperial court almost as an equal to the emperor and received the elevated dignity of sebastokratōr. He engaged in charitable works, including the restoration of a monastery near the Blachernae palace. By 1130 John and Isaac had become estranged, and Isaac was forced to flee Constantinople for 6 years after an alleged conspiracy. Isaac sought refuge at several eastern courts, including those of the Danishmendid amir Gümüshtigin Ghazi II ibn Danishmend at Melitene, and in Jerusalem. In 1136 Isaac returned to Constantinople and was reconciled with his brother. At John II's death in 1143, Isaac was sent away to Herakleia Pontica, ostensibly to keep him from seizing power, which he was indeed tempted to do in 1145–1146. He may have been forced into a rural retirement and in 1152 endowed his own monastery near Ainos in Thrace.

This potential for conflict within the top tier of the court aristocracy would continue into the reign of Manuel I Komnenos, and eventually Isaac's son Andronikos became emperor in 1183.

Family

Isaac Komnenos was married to Eirene, possibly a Kievan princess. He may also have married Kata of Georgia, daughter of David IV of Georgia and Rusudan of Armenia. By his first marriage, he had:

John Comnenus called Tzelepes (i.e., Çelebi), who became a Muslim.

Andronikos I Komnenos, emperor 1183–1185.

Maria Komnene, who married before 1166 Joseph Bryennios.

Anna Komnene, who married John Arbantenos.

Eudokia Komnene, who probably married Constantine Palaiologos.

Helena Komnene (d. 1183), who probably married Yury Dolgoruky of Kiev.

He also had an illegitimate son, Alexios Komnenos.


Isaac Komnenos (d. 1152)

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Isaac Komnenos or Comnenus (Greek: Ισαάκιος Κομνηνός, Isaakios Komnēnos) (after 16 January 1093 – after 1152) was the third son of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina.

Life

He was the brother of Emperor John II Komnenos and the historian Anna Komnene. Isaac was given the dignity of kaisar (Caesar) by his father.

After the succession of John II in 1118, Isaac was received at the imperial court almost as an equal to the emperor and received the elevated dignity of sebastokratōr. He engaged in charitable works, including the restoration of a monastery near the Blachernae palace. By 1130 John and Isaac had become estranged, and Isaac was forced to flee Constantinople for 6 years after an alleged conspiracy. Isaac sought refuge at several eastern courts, including those of the Danishmendid amir Gümüshtigin Ghazi II ibn Danishmend at Melitene, and in Jerusalem. In 1136 Isaac returned to Constantinople and was reconciled with his brother. At John II's death in 1143, Isaac was sent away to Herakleia Pontica, ostensibly to keep him from seizing power, which he was indeed tempted to do in 1145–1146. He may have been forced into a rural retirement and in 1152 endowed his own monastery near Ainos in Thrace.

This potential for conflict within the top tier of the court aristocracy would continue into the reign of Manuel I Komnenos, and eventually Isaac's son Andronikos became emperor in 1183.

Family

Isaac Komnenos was married to Eirene, possibly a Kievan princess. He may also have married Kata of Georgia, daughter of David IV of Georgia and Rusudan of Armenia. By his first marriage, he had:

John Comnenus called Tzelepes (i.e., Çelebi), who became a Muslim.

Andronikos I Komnenos, emperor 1183–1185.

Maria Komnene, who married before 1166 Joseph Bryennios.

Anna Komnene, who married John Arbantenos.

Eudokia Komnene, who probably married Constantine Palaiologos.

Helena Komnene (d. 1183), who probably married Yury Dolgoruky of Kiev.

He also had an illegitimate son, Alexios Komnenos.



Isaac II Angelos

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Andronikos Dukas Angelos, a military leader in Asia Minor (c. 1122 – aft. 1185), married bef. 1155 Euphrosyne Kastamonitissa (c. 1125 – aft. 1195), was a son of Theodora Komnene (b. January 5, 1096/1097), the youngest daughter of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Eirene Doukaina, by her marriage c. 1120 to Konstantinos Angelos, Admiral of Sicily (c. 1085 – aft. July 1166)


  • Name: Constantine Angelus
  • Gender: Male
  • Birth Date: 1090
  • Death Date: 1166
  • Marriage Date: 1110
  • Spouse: Theodora Komnenus
  • Children: Andronicus Dukas Angelus
  • Spouse Father: Alexius I(Emperor) Komnenus
  • Spouse Mother: Irene Ducas

Source Information: Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003. Original data: Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantine_Angelos

Constantine Angelos (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Άγγελος; fl. 1122–66) was a Byzantine admiral and panhypersebastos, of Philadelphia,[1] the commander of the Imperial Fleet in Sicily, who married Theodora Komnene (born 1097) in 1122,[2] the youngest daughter of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina. According to the near-contemporary Niketas Choniates, Constantine was brave, skilled and handsome, but of lowly origin. He was the son of one Manolis Angelos from Philadelphia and had three brothers: Nikolaos Angelos, Michael Angelos and Ioannes Angelos, a military leader in Italy. Through his son Andronikos Doukas Angelos, he was the progenitor of the Angelos dynasty. Although they were members of the Angelos family, they often bore other surnames. Children[edit]

  1. John Doukas (ca. 1125/27 – ca. 1200), had several children by one or two marriages, and a bastard son. The latter, Michael I Komnenos Doukas, would go on to found the Despotate of Epirus, and was succeeded by his half-brothers.
  2. Alexios Komnenos Angelos, married and fathered one son.
  3. Andronikos Doukas Angelos (died after 1185), Byzantine general in Asia Minor, married Euphrosyne Kastamonitissa, by whom he had nine children including emperors Alexios III Angelos and Isaac II Angelos.
  4. Isaac Angelos, military governor of Cilicia
  5. Maria Angelina, married Constantine Kamytzes, by whom she had one daughter.
  6. Eudokia Angelina, married Basil Tsykandeles
  7. Zoe Angelina, married Andronikos Synadenos

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The Angelos family

One Manolis Angelos from Philadelphia, had issue:

  • A1. Konstantinos Angelos, admiral of Sicily, *ca 1085, +after VII.1166; m.ca 1120 Theodora Komnene (*5.1.1096/97)
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  • A2. Nikolaos Angelos
  • A3. Michael Angelos
  • A4. Ioannes Angelos, a military leader in Italy
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Konstantinos Angelos's Timeline

1090
1090
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
1116
1116
Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
1116
Byzantine Empire
1126
1126
Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
1127
1127
Byzantium (Constantinople), Istanbul, Turkey
1166
1166
Age 76
Constantinople, Byzantine Empire
1176
1176
Age 76
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