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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. Borisz - Borics - Boris of Hungary ÁRPÁD(házi)*?*-Kalamanos ...

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    1128-1130 or 1141-1143: Anna Dukaina (?–?), a relative of the Byzantine Emperor John II Komnenos, who became nun Arete after his death -1. sebastos Konstantinos Kalamanos (1137/1145–after 1173) -2.

    • Constantine Kalamanos
    • Euphemia of Kiev
  4. BYZANTIUM 2 - multiwords

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    ANNA Doukaina (before 1057-after 1075). Mikhael Glykas names "Annam, Theodoram et Zoen" as the daughters of Emperor Konstantinos & his wife. Psellos names "Arete" as the older daughter of Konstantinos born before his accession, commenting that "she dedicated her life to the service of God" and "she is still with us".

  5. 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

  6. Boris Kalamanos - Wikipedia

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    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.

  7. BYZANTIUM 1057-1204 | Byzantine Empire - Scribd

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    2. ANNA Doukaina (before 1057-after 1075). Mikhael Glykas names "Annam, Theodoram et Zoen" as the daughters of Emperor Konstantinos & his wife[496]. Psellos names "Arete" as the older daughter of Konstantinos born before his accession, commenting that "she dedicated her life to the service of God" and "she is still with us"[497]. She became a ...

  8. Borisz Kalamanosz – Wikipédia

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    Borisz egyes forrásokban Borics magyar trónkövetelő. Születésének és halálának pontos körülményei nem ismertek. A feltételezések szerint 1113-ban vagy 1114-ben Kijevben született és 1154 körül valahol a magyar-bizánci határon halt meg egy kisebb fegyveres összecsapásban.

  9. Boris Uherský – Wikipedie

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    Boris Uherský (maďarsky Borisz, rusky Борис Коломанович; 1113/1114 – 1154) byl pretendent uherského trůnu.. Život. Narodil se jako syn uherského krále Kolomana a jeho pro cizoložství zapuzené choti Eufémie, dcery kyjevského knížete Vladimíra Monomacha.

  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.