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  1. Dec 28, 2019 · Michael VII then would be another disastrous weak emperor making the worst decisions as during his reign, Byzantine currency devalued by a quarter and a rogue Norman mercenary proclaimed himself emperor making Michael VII ask their enemy the Seljuks for their help in dealing with this mercenary, though the Seljuks failed to capture him but in return for their services, Michael VII still had to surrender them most of Asia Minor.

  2. Jul 11, 2013 · All Alexios dynasty emperor is the worst with Byzantine. If Alexios dynasty not exsited, Byzantine could still exsited until now. Click to expand... then Constantinople wouldn't be sacked by Crusaders it would be sacked by Seljuk Turks and with it the whole empire.

  3. Dec 12, 2017 · My favorite was Basil II, for restoring Roman glory. Then I thought... there were emperors who made all the mess or destroyed whatever the predecessors fought for. Anyways, in my opinion Phocas is the worst emperor followed by Michael VII and Andronikos I.

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  4. Jul 11, 2013 · All Alexios dynasty emperor is the worst with Byzantine. If Alexios dynasty not exsited, Byzantine could still exsited until now.

  5. Nov 16, 2021 · Who was the worst Byzantine emperor? The terrible reign of Phocas (602-610) came to an end when he was overthrown by Heraclius, the son of the Exarch of North Africa and in 610 Heraclius became Byzantine emperor coming into power restoring order and cleaning up all the empire’s problems one by one.

  6. Who was the worst Byzantine emperor? Nikephoros III (who compounded the effects of Manzikert), Alexius III (4th crusade; Lord Norwich’s pick as worst), Constantine IX (neglected the government, lucky to avoid catastrophe), Constantine X (reduced the army at a bad time), Phokas and John V were all bad too.

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