Emperor John


Emperor John

Emperor John (or Ioannes, Ioann, Ivan, et cetera), might refer to:

* John I Tzimiskes, Byzantine emperor
* John II Komnenos, Byzantine emperor
* John III Doukas Vatatzes, Byzantine emperor
* John IV Laskaris, Byzantine emperor
* John V Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor
* John VI Kantakouzenos, Byzantine emperor
* John VII Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor
* John VIII Palaiologos, Byzantine emperor
* John of Brienne, Latin Emperor of Constantinople
* John I of Trebizond
* John II of Trebizond
* John III of Trebizond
* John IV of Trebizond
* Yohannes I of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia
* Yohannes II of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia
* Yohannes III of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia
* Yohannes IV of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia
* Ivan I of Russia, Ivan Danilovich Kalita; numbered with Tsars of Russia but not an emperor
* Ivan II of Russia, Ivan Ivanovich; numbered with Tsars of Russia but not an emperor
* Ivan III of Russia, Ivan Vasilevich; numbered with Tsars of Russia but not an emperor
* Ivan IV of Russia, Ivan Vasilevich, Ivan the Terrible, Tsar of Russia
* Ivan V of Russia, Ivan Alekseievich, Tsar of Russia
* Ivan VI of Russia, Ivan Antonovich, Emperor of Russia
* Ivan Vladislav of Bulgaria, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Asen I, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Asen II, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Asen III, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Stephen of Bulgaria, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Alexander of Bulgaria, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Shishman of Bulgaria, Emperor of Bulgaria
* Ivan Sratsimir of Bulgaria, Emperor of Bulgaria


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  • John I Tzimiskes — or Tzimisces, ( gr. Ιωάννης Α΄ Τζιμισκής, Iōannēs I Tzimiskēs ; hy. Հովհաննես Ա Չմշկիկ, Hovhannes Ayp Chmshgig ; circa 925 January 10, 976) was Byzantine Emperor from December 11, 969 to January 10, 976. Background John s real family name was… …   Wikipedia

  • John Axuch — John Axoukh or Axoukhos, also transliterated as Axuch ( el. polytonic|Ἰωάννης Ἀξούχ [ος] , flourished circa 1087 circa 1150) was the commander in chief ( megas domestikos ) of the Byzantine Army during the reign of Emperor John II Komnenos, and… …   Wikipedia

  • John Beccus —     John Beccus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► John Beccus     Patriarch of Constantinople in the second half of the thirteenth century, one of the few Greek ecclesiastics who were sincerely in favour of reunion with the Church of Rome. He was… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John Tzelepes Komnenos — was the son of Isaac Komnenus.Starting about 1130 John and his father, who was a brother of Emperor John II Komnenos ( John the Beautiful ), plotted to overthrow his uncle the emperor. They made various plans and alliances with the Danishmend… …   Wikipedia

  • John X —     Pope John X     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope John X     Born at Tossignano, Romagna; enthroned, 914; died at Rome, 928. First a deacon ( see Deacons ), he became Archbishop of Ravenna about 905, as successor of Kailo. In a document dated 5… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John of Ragusa — • Dominican theologian (1380 1443) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. John of Ragusa     John of Ragusa     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • John of Ragusa — [Ivan Stojković de Corvatia, Johannes Stoyci, John Stoicowic, Johannes de Ragusio, Jean de Raguse, Giovanni di Ragusa.] (born c.1380 at Ragusa, (now Dubrovnik), Croatia) was a Croatian Dominican theologian. He died at Lausanne, Switzerland in… …   Wikipedia

  • John Doukas — or Ducas (Greek: Ιωάννης Δούκας, Iōannēs Doukas ), (c. 1126 ndash; c. 1200) was the eldest sonFact|date=January 2008 of Constantine Angelos by Theodora Komnene, the seventh child of the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos and Irene Doukaina,… …   Wikipedia

  • John VI Kantakouzenos —    Emperor from 1347 1354 and historian. His name is synonymous with two civil wars. The first (1321 1328) was against Andronikos II (q.v.) and put Andronikos III (q.v.) on the throne. John and his fellow conspirators, including the unscrupulous… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • John Komnenos Doukas — or Comnenus Ducas (Greek: Ιωάννης Κομνηνός Δούκας, Iōannēs Komnēnos Doukas ), was ruler of Thessalonica from 1237 until his death in 1244.John was the eldest son of Theodore Komnenos Doukas and Maria Petraliphaina. In 1230 his father was captured …   Wikipedia


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