Byzantine Emperors


Byzantine Emperors
   • Zeno (474-491)
   • Anastasius I (491-518)
   • Justin I (518-527)
   • Justinian I (527-565)
   • Justin II (565-578)
   • Tiberius II (578-582)
   • Maurice (582-602)
   • Phocas (602-610)
   • Heraclius (610-641)
   • Constantine III (641)
   • Constans II (641-668)
   • Constantine IV (668-685)
   • Justinian II (685-695, banished)
   • Leontius (695-698)
   • Tiberius III (698-705)
   • Justinian II (restored, 705-711)
   • Philippicus Bardanes (711-713)
   • Anastasius II (713-716)
   • Theodosius III (716-717)
   • Leo III, the Isaurian (717-741)
   • Constantine V Copronymus (741-775)
   • Leo IV (775-780)
   • Constantine VI (780-797)
   • Irene (797-802)
   • Nicephorus I (802-811)
   • Stauracius (811)
   • Michael I Rhangabe (811-813)
   • Leo V (813-820)

Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe. 2014.

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