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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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    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.

  5. Theodora Komnene : biography – Theodora Komnene or Comnena () (born c. 1145) was a niece of Byzantine emperor Manuel I Comnenus, and wife of King Baldwin III of Jerusalem. Sources William of Tyre, A History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea, trans. E.A. Babcock and A.C. Krey. Columbia University Press, 1943. Bernard Hamilton, "Women in …

  6. theodora komnene : definition of theodora komnene and ...

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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.

  7. The Return of the Emperor - The Kingdom of Jerusalem

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    The Emperor Manuel received them well. After some negotiation he offered his niece Theodora, with a dowry of 100,000 golden hyperperi, and another 10,000 for wedding expenses, and gifts worth 30,000 more. In return she was to be given Acre and its territory as her dower, to keep should her husband die childless.

  8. COUNCIL OF CONSTANTINOPLE 869 â— The worst blow falls as feuds

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    Council of Constantinople 869 - The worst blow falls as feuds over authority split East from West In 869 the Byzantine emperor Basil I and Pope Adrian II were mutually intent upon reconciliation. The result, depicted above by the seventeenth-century artist, Cesare Nebbia, was a synod held in Hagia Sophia, the cathedral in Constantinople, one of ...

  9. Heretics – Part 03 // Can’t Keep a Certain Heresy Down ...

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    But 300 yrs would go by before the Paulicians would emerge as an identifiable group. When they did, the Byzantine Emperors alternately ignored and persecuted them. When Theodora became Empress, she had the Paulicians forcibly relocated to Thrace in the mid-9 th C, hoping they’d act as a

  10. Wacky Women | Balancing With My Eyes Closed

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    Intrigued, I did a little more digging into this curious “Mirabai” and discovered a woman whose humble resolution turned her into a Saintly pillar of grace, guiding souls in the direction of Krishna by quietly saying “Fuck you” to those who tried to separate her from what she knew as right.

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