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      • KAMATERISSA DOUKAINA (1028-1203) Of Eudokia and Constantine X's daughters, the eldest Anna be-came a nun, possibly under the name of Arete, and Psellos eulogises her dedication to religion, while the youngest, the porphyrogennete Zoe, who married Adrian, brother of Alexios I Komnenos, is praised
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  1. Pedigree: Arete `the Kralaina' DOUKAINA

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    Poss. HM George I's 16-Great Grandmother. Poss. HRE Charles VI's 16-Great Grandmother. HRH Charles's 22-Great Grandmother. Poss.

  2. KAMATERISSA DOUKAINA (1028-1203)

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    KAMATERISSA DOUKAINA (1028-1203) Of Eudokia and Constantine X's daughters, the eldest Anna be-came a nun, possibly under the name of Arete, and Psellos eulogises her dedication to religion, while the youngest, the porphyrogennete Zoe, who married Adrian, brother of Alexios I Komnenos, is praised

  3. Boris Kalamanos - Wikipedia

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    Boris's wife was a niece of Emperor Manuel I Komnenos, according to Odo of Deuil, but her name and family are unknown. Historian Raimund Kerbl says that she was identical with Anna Doukaina, because she styled herself kralaina ("queen") in a charter, issued in September 1157. She adopted the monastic name Arete after her husband's death.

  4. They had one daughter: Anna "Arete" Árpád-Házi Kalamanos (born Doukaina). Anna passed away in 1119, at age 46 at death place . Anna Vukanovic, Of Constantinople (born Diogenissa), Circa 1083 - 1115 Anna Vukanovic, Of Constantinople (born Diogenissa) 1083 1115

  5. Boris Kalamanos | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Boris's wife was a niece of Emperor Manuel I Komnenos, according to Odo of Deuil, but her name and family are unknown. Historian Raimund Kerbl says that she was identical with Anna Doukaina, because she styled herself kralaina ("queen") in a charter, issued in September 1157. She adopted the monastic name Arete after her husband's death.

    • c. 1114 Kievan Rus'
    • Claimant to the Hungarian throne
    • c. 1153 or 1154
    • Eastern Orthodoxy
  6. CHRONIK - EPA

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    Anna DOUKAINA als Witwe 1157 Nonne mit d. Namen Arete aus 1. Ehe: STEFAN II. Ungarn König v. 1116—1131 I aus 2. Ehe: Boris t 1155 Prätendent in Ungarn 1131—55 Panhypersebastos in Byzanz ALMOS (in Byzanz KONSTANTINOS gnt) Dux, König v. Kroatien, geblendet, f 1129 — Predslawa v. KIEW BELA IL 11141 d. Blinde König v. Ungarn 1131—1141 I

  7. Borisz Kalamanosz – Wikipédia

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    János valóban barátságosan fogadta, ennek jeleként egyik unokahúgát, Dukász-dinasztiából származó Anna Dukaina hercegnőt adta hozzá feleségül. Borisz Bizáncban egy oklevél tanúsága szerint magát királynak címezte és gyermekeinek is a Kalamanosz és Stephanos neveket adta, ezzel is kifejezve Árpád-házi származását.

  8. Boris Uherský – Wikipedie

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    Boris Uherský: Narození: 1113 Kyjevská Rus: Úmrtí: 1154 (ve věku 40–41 let): Příčina úmrtí: zabitý v boji: Manžel(ka) Anna (Arete) Doukaina: Děti: Konstantinos Kalamanos

  9. Boris Kolomanović - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Anna (Arete) Doukaina: Información profesional; Ocupación: Militar Biografía. La fecha exacta del nacimiento de Boris es incierta, así como las circunstancias ...

  10. QuestX: March 2016

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    Anna Komnene (1083-1153), Byzantine princess who was a scholar trained in all of the sciences, physician/hospital administrator, and historian. She was the daughter of the Byzantine emperor Alexios I and his wife Irene Doukaina, writing the Alexiad which is an account of her father’s reign.