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  1. Theodora Komnene, Queen of Jerusalem - Wikipedia

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    He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel. When he finally returned to Constantinople in 1182, becoming emperor in 1183, there is no evidence that Theodora went back to live with him.

  2. Theodora Komnena, queen consort of Jerusalem (1146 - 1185 ...

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    He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel. When he finally returned to Constantinople in 1182, becoming emperor in 1183, there is no evidence that Theodora went back to live with him.

  3. Theodora Komnene, Queen of Jerusalem | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel. When he finally returned to Constantinople in 1182, becoming emperor in 1183, there is no evidence that Theodora went back to live with him.

  4. Theodora Comnena - Hellenica World

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    Some years later Theodora and her children were captured and handed over to the emperor Manuel, who kept them in Constantinople as a bait to encourage Andronicus to return to his Byzantine allegiance. He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel.

  5. theodora komnene : definition of theodora komnene and ...

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    Some years later Theodora and her children were captured and handed over to the emperor Manuel, who kept them in Constantinople as a bait to encourage Andronikos to return to his Byzantine allegiance. He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel.

  6. Family - db0nus869y26v.cloudfront.net

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    Some years later Theodora and her children were captured and handed over to the emperor Manuel, who kept them in Constantinople as a bait to encourage Andronikos to return to his Byzantine allegiance. He did in fact capitulate and visited Constantinople in 1180 to submit to Manuel.

  7. Nish - Encyclopedia - theodora.com

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    Pop. (1900) 24,451. Among Servian cities, Nish is only surpassed by Belgrade in commercial and strategic importance; for it lies at the point where several of the chief Balkan highroads converge, and where the branch railway to Salonica leaves the main line between Belgrade and Constantinople.

  8. Siege of Trebizond (1461) - Wikipedia

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    The grandson of a princess of the Grand Komnenoi, Uzun Hasan had made the Aq Qoyunlu into the most powerful tribe of Turkmen by defeating their rivals the Black Sheep; he had heard of the beauty of the Emperor John's daughter Theodora Komnene (or Despina Khatun), and in return for her hand, Uzun Hasan pledged himself to protect her home city ...

  9. Alexios I of Trebizond - Wikipedia

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    From Constantinople to Georgia. Alexios was the eldest son of Manuel Komnenos, and a grandson of the Byzantine Emperor Andronikos I (reigned 1183–1185). Andronikos had taken refuge at the court of King George III of Georgia in the 1170s, and was a governor in the Pontus when his cousin the emperor Manuel I Komnenos (r. 1143–1180) died; upon hearing the news, he marched on Constantinople ...

  10. The Origins of the New World Order in the Corruption of the ...

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    The Origins of the New World Order in the Corruption of the Catholic Church By Bill White The effort to create a one world government has been ongoing since early times. Assyria, Babylon, and Persia all attempted it. Macedonia gave the one world movement a religion and philosophy. Rome sought to extend its peace over Europe, Asia and Africa.

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