Comentiolus
Comentiolus (Greek: Κομεντίολος, Komentiolos; died 602) was a prominent Eastern Roman (Byzantine) general at the close of the 6th century during the reign of Emperor Maurice (r. 582–602). He playe...
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Pardos
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Theophobos
Theophobos or Theophobus (Greek: Θεόφοβος), originally Nasir, Nasr, or Nusayr, was an Iranian commander of the Khurramites who converted to Christianity and entered Byzantine service under Emperor...
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Domentziolus (brother of Phocas)
Domentziolus (Greek: Δομεντ[ζ]ίολος) or Domnitziolus (Δομνιτζίολος) was a brother of the Byzantine emperor Phocas (r. 602–610).Phocas and his family were likely of Thraco-Roman origin. Phocas and ...
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Roussel de Bailleul
Roussel de Bailleul (also ) (died 1077), also known as Phrangopoulos (literally "son-of-a-Frank"), was a Norman adventurer (or exile) who travelled to Byzantium and there received employ as a soldier ...
Kalokyros Delphinas
Kalokyros Delphinas (Greek: Καλοκυρός Δελφινάς, fl. ca. 982–989) was a Byzantine general and Catepan of Italy, who later rebelled against Emperor Basil II (r. 976–1025) and was executed.
The a...
Stephen the Younger
Saint Stephen the Younger (Greek: Ἂγιος Στέφανος ὁ νέος, 713/715 – 28 November 764 or 765) was a Byzantine monk from Constantinople who became one of the leading opponents of the iconoclastic poli...
Leontios
Leontios (or Leontius) (Greek: Λεόντιος, Latin: LEONTIVS) (died 15 February 706) was Byzantine emperor from 695 to 698. He came to power by overthrowing the Emperor Justinian II, but was overt...
Basil the Copper Hand
Basil the Copper Hand (Greek: Βασίλειος ὁ Χαλκόχειρ, died c. 932) was a Byzantine rebel leader active in Bithynia in the 920s and early 930s.
Basil was born in Macedonia (or possibly the theme...
Thomas the Slav
Thomas the Slav (c. 760 – October 823 AD) was a 9th-century Byzantine military commander, most notable for leading a wide-scale revolt in 821–23 against Emperor Michael II the Amorian (ruled 820–...
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Basil Onomagoulos
Basil Onomagoulos (Greek: Βασίλειος Ὀνομάγουλος) was a Byzantine official who was declared rival emperor in Sicily in 717, taking the regnal name Tiberius.Basil was from Constantinople, the son of...
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Tiberius (son of Maurice)
Tiberius (d. 27 November, 602) was a son of Maurice, Byzantine emperor and his wife Constantina. He was executed by new emperor Phocas.Theophylact Simocatta (Book 8, Chapter 11) reports that Tiberius ...
Theocritus (comes domesticorum)
Theocritus (died 518) was a candidate to the throne of the Byzantine Empire in 518. He lost to Justin I.
Theocritus is an obscure individual, primarily mentioned by two authors: John Malalas and M...
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Justa (rebel)
Justa (or Justasa and Justasus) was elected by Samaritans as their king during the 484 CE Samaritan revolt. Following his ascent in Samaria, he moved on Caesarea, where a noteworthy Samaritan communit...
Abaskiron
Abaskiron (Greek: Ἀπα Ἰσχυρίων) was a Byzantine topoteretes and/or tribune, active in the Diocese of Egypt during the 6th century. He and his family rebelled against the Byzantine emperor Maurice ...
Illus
Illus (died 488) was a Byzantine general, who played an important role in the reigns of the Byzantine Emperors Zeno and Basiliscus.Illus supported the revolt of Basiliscus against Zeno, then switched ...
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Julianus ben Sabar
Julianus ben Sabar (also known as Julian or Julianus ben Sahir and Latinized as Iulianus Sabarides) was a messianic leader of the Samaritans, who led a failed revolt against Byzantium during the early...
Constantine Lardys
Constantine, surnamed Lardys, (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος ὁ Λαρδῦς) was one of the senior-most officials of the late reign of the Byzantine emperor Maurice (r. 582–602).Constantine Lardys was one of the ...
Heraclius (brother of Tiberius III)
Heraclius (Greek: Ἡράκλειος, Herakleios) was the brother of the Byzantine emperor Tiberius III (r. 698–705) and the Byzantine Empire's leading general during his reign. He scored a number of victo...
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Constantine Makrodoukas
Constantine Doukas (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Δούκας; died 30 May 1185), called Makrodoukas (Μακροδούκας, "Tall Doukas", probably a sobriquet) by Niketas Choniates, was a Byzantine nobleman.
Althoug...
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Alexander (supporter of Phocas)
Alexander (Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος; died 602) was a Byzantine rebel against emperor Maurice (r. 582-602) and leading supporter of emperor Phocas (r. 602-610). He is better known for executing the co-emp...
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John Komnenos the Fat
John Komnenos (Latinized as Comnenus), nicknamed "the Fat" (Greek: Ἰωάννης Κομνηνὸς ὁ παχύς), was a Byzantine noble who attempted to usurp the imperial throne from Alexios III Angelos in a short-l...
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Trocundus
Flavius Appallius Illus Trocundus (Greek: Τρὁκονδος; died 485) was a general of the Eastern Roman Empire, involved in the rise and fall of Emperor Basiliscus and the rebellion against Emperor Zeno...
Leontius (usurper)
Leontius (Greek: Λεόντιος, Leòntios; died 488) was a general of the Eastern Roman Empire and claimant to the throne who led a rebellion against emperor Zeno in 484–488.
Leontius was of Syrian ...
Chrysocheir
Chrysocheir (Greek: Χρυσόχειρ), also known as Chrysocheres (Χρυσόχερις) or Chrysoverges, was the last leader of the Paulician state of Tephrike from 863 to 872. He succeeded his uncle, Karbeas, af...
Basil the Physician
Basil the Physician (died 1118) was the Bogomil leader condemned as a heretic by Patriarch Nicholas III of Constantinople and burned at the stake by Byzantine Emperor Alexius I Comnenus.Basil first c...
Zenonis
Aelia Zenonis (died 476/477) was the Empress consort of Basiliscus of the Eastern Roman Empire, brother of Verina. Her sister-in-law was Empress consort to Leo I and mother to Ariadne. Her niece Ariad...
Hervé Frankopoulos
Hervé (Greek: Ἑρβέβιος, Ervevios, Italian: Erveo), called Frankopoulos or Phrangopoulos (Greek: Φραγγόπουλος, "Son of the Frank"), was a Norman mercenary general in Byzantine service durin...