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PALAEOLOGUS.

PALAEOLQGUS.

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STEMMA PALAEOLOGORUM.

Andronicus Palaeologus Comnenus,

Magnus Dornesticus;

married Irene Palaeologina.

michael VIII.,

emperor 1260-1282; m. Theodora.

Joannes,

Magnus Dornesticus.

Constantinus Sebastocrator.

Two daughters.

Theodorus,

despotes.

Three daughters.

Manuel, andronicus II.,

wied in orrt-r-nw^-v i oqo i too . Childhood.

emperor 1282—1328; dethroned by his grandson

Andronicus 111.;

m,

died as a monk, 1332;

. 1. Anna, daughter of Stephen,

of Hungary. 2. Irene, or lolanthe, daughter of William VI., and sister of John of Montferrat.

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Constantinus Porphyrogennetus,

died 1306; m. daughter of Protovestiarius Joannes.

Joannes Panhypersebastos.

married Irene, dr. of the Logothetes Theodorus Metochita. I

I

Maria,

m. Stephen, king of Hungary.

A son, died 1332.

michael IX.,

associated with his father in the empire; died 1320.

Constantinus,

despotes.

Joannes, Theodorus,

despotes. succeeded his uncle

John in the

principality of Montferrat i died 1338.

m

Demetrius, Simonis,

despotes. married Dragutin king of Servia.

andronicus III.,

emperor 1328—1341; m. 1. Agnes or Irene,

of Brunswick. 2. Anna of Savoy.

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Manuel,

killed by his brother Andronicus.

Anna,

m. 1. Thomas Angelus,

of Epeirus.

2. Thomas,

of Cephalonia.

Theodora,

married two Bulgarian princes.

Theodorus.

Manuel,

despotes.

joannes VI.,

emperor 1355—1391. He did not immediately suc­ceed his father, as his guar­dian Joannes Cantacuzenus^ usurped the throne. in. 1. Helena Cantacuzena. 2, Eudoxia Comnena, of Trapezus.

Three daughters.

Demetrius,

Andronicus,

died a monk.

manuel II.,

associated with his father

in the empire; sole emperor 1391—1425;

married Irene,

daughter of Constantinus Dragases, of Macedonia.

Irene,

m. Basilius II. Comnenus, emperor of Trapezus.

Theoaorus Porphyrogennetus.

joannes VII. Theodorus,

emperor 1425—1448; despotes of m. 1. Anna of Russia. Selymbria,

2. Sophia Palaeologina, died 1448. dr. of John Palaeologus, of Montferrat.

Andronicus,

prince of Thessalonica, died a monk.

constantinus XIII.

emperor 144,8 — 1453; last emperor of Constan­tinople.

t

Demetrius, Thomas,

prince of the prince of Achaia; Morea. died at Home 1465

m. Catharina,

daughter of a noble

of Genoa.

Andreas,

died at Rome, 15CS.

Manuel,

•went to Constantinople, and became a Mohammedan.

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Helena,

m. Lazarus,, of Servia.

Zoei

m. Ivan of Russia.

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