Second Byzantine Empire in 829-1204 AD

This article contains information pertaining to Fomenko’s “Second Byzantine Empire in 829-1204 AD” list. The dates below match the dates in the title. This empire reigned for a total of 375 years.

Fomenko cites [74] as, J. Blair, ‘Blair’s Chronological and Historical Tables from the Creation to the Present Time etc.’, G. Bell & Sons, London 1882. I found an English edition from 1884 that is available for free online. It is in this article’s references as [2].

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1 – Theophilus 829-842, Michael III and Theodora 842-867 (38)

2 – Basil I 867-886 (19)

3 – Leo VI 886-912 (26)

4 – Alexander 912-913 (1)

5 – Constantine VII 910 or 912-959 (47) or (49)

6 – Romanus II 959-963, Nicephorus II Phocas 963-969, John I Tsimisces 963-975 or 976 (16)

7 – Constantine X or Constantine VIII (53)

8 – Confusion, Constantine VIII 1025-1028, Romanus III 1028-1034, Michael IV 1034-1041, Michael V 1041-1042, Constantine IX Monomachus 1042-1054, Theodora 1054-1056, Michael VI 1056-1057 (29)

9 – Tornicus’ revolt 1047

10 – John II Comnenus 1118-1143 (25)

11 – Alexius I Comnenus 1081-1118 (37)

12 – Manuel I Comnenus 1143-1180 (37)

13 – Confusion, Alexius II Comnenus 1180-1183, Andronicus I 1183-1185, Isaac II Angelus 1185-1195, Alexius III 1195-1203, Alexius IV 1203-1204, Isaac II Angelus again 1203-1204, Alexius V 1204-1205, fall of Constantinople in 1204 (24)

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References;

1 – http://chronologia.org/en/kw2.pdf, pages 52-53

2 – https://archive.org/details/blairschronologi00blairich/page/n12

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