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  1. Thomas Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Θωμᾶς Παλαιολόγος; 1409 – 12 May 1465) was Despot of the Morea from 1428 until the fall of the despotate in 1460, although he continued to claim the title until his death five years later. He was the younger brother of Constantine XI Palaiologos, the final Byzantine emperor.

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    Thomas Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Θωμᾶς Παλαιολόγος; 1409 – 12 May 1465) was Despot of the Morea from 1428 until the fall of the despotate in 1460, although he continued to claim the title until his death five years later. He was the younger brother of Constantine XI Palaiologos, the final Byzantine emperor.

    • 1428 – 12 May 1465, (in exile 1460–1465)
    • Helena Dragaš
  3. Thomas Palaiologosor Palaeologus(Greek: Θωμᾶς Παλαιολόγος; 1409 – 12 May 1465) was Despot of the Moreafrom 1428 until the fall of the despotate in 1460, although he continued to claim the title until his death five years later. He was the younger brother of Constantine XI Palaiologos, the final Byzantine emperor.

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    Thomas Palaiologos, younger brother of Constantine XI and Despot of the Morea 1428–1460 In the aftermath of Constantinople's fall, one of the most pressing threats to the new Ottoman regime was the possibility that one of Constantine XI's relatives would secure support and return to reclaim the empire.

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    Thomas Palaiologos was the youngest surviving son of the Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos and his wife Helena Dragaš. His maternal grandfather was Constantine Dragaš. His brothers included the Byzantine emperors John VIII Palaiologos and Constantine XI Palaiologos, as well as Theodore II Palaiologos and Demetrios Palaiologos, Despots of the Morea, and Andronikos Palaiologos, Despot of Thessalonica. As youngest son, Thomas was never expected to reign, but his children became the only surviving heirs of the defunct Palaiologan dynasty. Like other imperial sons, Thomas Palaiologos was made a Despot (despotēs), and from 1428 joined his brothers Theodore and Constantine in the Morea. After the retirement of Theodore in 1443, he governed together with Constantine, until the latter became emperor (Constantine XI) in 1448. Thomas remained Despot of the Morea, but was forced to share the rule with his older brother Demetrios from 1449. The Byzantine holdings in Morea had expanded cons...

    After the fall of Morea, Thomas lived in Rome, recognized throughout Christian Europe as the rightful Emperor of the East. To create greater support for his situation Thomas changed his religion to Catholicism in his last years of life. After his death in 1465, the position of rightful Byzantine emperor fell to his older son Andreas Palaiologos, born in Mistraaround 1453. Mehmed II conquered the Empire of Trebizond, de factothe last free territory of the ancient Roman state, in the year 1461. Nevertheless, Mehmed had already proclaimed himself "Roman Emperor" upon capturing Constantinople in 1453. In an effort to reunite the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, Pope Paul II arranged in 1472 a marriage between the Catholic daughter of Thomas, Zoe Palaiologina (renamed Sophia), and Grand Prince Ivan III of Russia, with the hope of making Russia a Catholic country. This attempt to unite churches failed. Nonetheless, because of this marriage, Moscow began in the following century it...

    By his marriage with Catherine (Caterina) Zaccaria of Achaea, Thomas Palaiologos had at least four children: 1. Helena Palaiologina, who married Despot Lazar II of Serbia. 2. Andreas Palaiologos, who succeeded as claimant to the Byzantine throne 3. Manuel Palaiologos. 4. Zoe Palaiologina (renamed Sophia), who married Grand Prince Ivan III of Russia

    • 1409
    • Katharina Zaccaria of Achaea (1411-1462)
    • Jelena Dragaš (c1372-1450)
    • Despot of Morea
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    May 23, 2018 · Thomas Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Θωμάς Παλαιολόγος, Thōmas Palaiologos) (1409 – May 12, 1465) was Despot in Morea from 1428 until the Ottoman conquest in 1460. After the desertion of his older brother to the Turks in 1460, Thomas Palaiologos became the most legitimate claimant to the Byzantine throne.

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    Thomas Palaeologus or Thomas Palaiologos (1409-1465) was Despot of Morea from 1449 until Ottoman conquest in 1460. He was the youngest surviving son of Eastern Roman Emperor Manuel II Palaeologus and his wife Helena Dragas.

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    Thomas Palaiologos was the younger brother of Emperor Constantine XI of the Byzantine Empire. House Harkonnen claim that he was their common ancestor with House Corrino.

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    Thomas Palaiologos (or Palaeologus) (Greek: Θωμάς Παλαιολόγος, Thōmas Palaiologos) (1409 – 12 May 1465) was Despot in Morea from 1428 until the Ottoman conquest during 1460. After the desertion of his older brother to the Turks during 1460, Thomas Palaiologos became the legitimate claimant to the Byzantine throne.

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    Prince of Achaia youngest son, Thomas was never expected to reign, but his children became the only surviving heirs of the defunct Palaiologan dynasty. Like other imperial sons, Thomas Palaiologos was made a Despot (despot and from 1428 joined his brothers Theodore and Constantine in the Morea.

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