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The Empress Theophano

Byzantium and the West at the turn of the first millennium

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Holy Roman Empire,
  • Byzantine Empire
    • Subjects:
    • Theophano, Empress, consort of Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor, 955-991 -- Congresses,
    • Empresses -- Holy Roman Empire -- Biography -- Congresses,
    • Holy Roman Empire -- Relations -- Byzantine Empire -- Congresses,
    • Byzantine Empire -- Relations -- Holy Roman Empire -- Congresses

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Adelbert Davids.
      ContributionsDavids, Adelbert.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDD140.T47 E48 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 344 p. :
      Number of Pages344
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1081725M
      ISBN 100521452961
      LC Control Number94005289

      Visiting Kassandra soon? Check out the Theophano Imperial Palace at prideofaberdeenawards.com and find all the info you need to help you book. Book now to earn free nights for future travels/10(29). May 26,  · Empress Theophanu (c. – CE) was a Byzantine princess who married into the Ottonian royal house. Hers is a story of overt power and kingship. In the course of her life she ruled both Italy and Germany as regent for first her husband, and then her son.

      Format Book: {Pdf} {ePub} {Mobi} {Audiobooks} Hardcover: Pages: GET THIS BOOK. Contents Books About: Byzantine Empresses provides a series of biographical portraits of the most significant Byzantine women who ruled or shared the throne between and It presents and analyses the available historical data in order to outline what. ABOUT US. Facsimile Finder is a supplier of books, specializing in facsimile editions. We're a small, caring team with a vision: we strive to be the supplier you .

      This bland romance set in the 10th century is narrated by Princess Aspasia, young widow and ``scion of the Purple Chamber'' of Byzantium. Aspasia now attends her niece, Empress Theophano, wed at 18 to. Apr 03,  · The mtilennium of the death in of Theophano, Empress of the West, was commemorated by no less than six publications and conference proceedings, perhaps most notably by Kaiserin Theophanu: Prinzessin aus der Fremde—des Westreichs grosse Kaiserin, ed. Gunrher W o U (Cologne, ).


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Theophanu (also Theophania, Theophana, or Theophano, Greek Θεοφανώ; c. AD – 15 June ), was an Empress consort of the Holy Roman Empire by marriage to Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and regent of the Holy Roman Empire during the minority of her son from until her death in She was the niece of the Byzantine Emperor John I TzimiskesFather: unknown, perhaps Constantine Skleros.

Theophano (Greek: Θεοφανώ, Theophanō; – after ) was Byzantine empress by marriage to emperors Romanos II and Nikephoros prideofaberdeenawards.combetween the deaths of Romanos and her marriage to Nikephoros, she was regent for her sons, Basil II and Constantine prideofaberdeenawards.comano historically has been depicted as infamous.

Aug 15,  · The Byzantine princess Theophano, who came to the West in to marry the Ottonian emperor Otto II, died as empress of the Ottonian Empire in Nijmegen in In commemoration of this event a group of distinguished scholars met in at the castle of Hernen in the Netherlands with the aim of discussing various issues and aspects of Theophano's background in Byzantium, her life in the Reviews: 1.

The Empress The Empress Theophano book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Byzantine princess Theophano, who came to the West in to mar /5.

Aug 15,  · The Byzantine princess Theophano, who came to the West in to marry the Ottonian emperor Otto II, died as empress of the Ottonian empire in Nijmegen in This commemorative volume of essays, linked to a conference marking the year anniversary of her death, helps place Theophano in a broad cultural and historical prideofaberdeenawards.com: $ Full-size color reproduction of the entire original document, Marriage Certificate of the Empress Theophano: the facsimile attempts to replicate the look-and-feel and physical features of the original document; pages are trimmed according to the original format; the binding might not be consistent with the current document binding.

The Empress Theophano: Byzantium and the West at the turn of the first millennium. [Adelbert Davids;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search "This book provides diverse and valuable insights into the interaction between Byzantium and the West. Jun 10,  · Theophano was a Byzantine empress.

She was the wife of Romanos II, then of Nicephoros II Phokas, and the mother of Basil II and Constantine VIII. She served as Regent during the minority of her sons.

This is ostensibly a historical novel, but feels more like a history book than a prideofaberdeenawards.coms: 1. The Empress Theophano by Adelbert Davids,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 53 Krjnie N.

Ciggaar, “The Empress Theophano (–): Political and Cultural Implications of Her Presence in Western Europe, in Particular for the Country of Holland,” in Van Aalst and Ciggaar, Byzantium and the Low Countries, 52–Author: Laura Wangerin.

Other articles where Theophano is discussed: Nicephorus II Phocas: Early life.: state and the year-old empress, Theophano, as acting regent for the legitimate emperors, Basil and Constantine, aged six and three, respectively. These circumstances do not seem to have tempted Nicephorus.

Theophano Empress, consort of Nicephorus II, Emperor of the East approximately approximately (Book) Theophanō: hē estemmenē phonissa by Kōstas D Kyriazēs phonissa by Kōstas D Kyriazēs (Book) Die Kaiserin Theophano by Henry Benrath (Book.

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Science book was created for teacher or students Author: Patriciablack. In the genre of "Julian" by Gore Vidal, Frederic Harrison's "Theophano" is compelling history telling. Less indiscriminate than Messalina, more promiscuous than Theodora, Empress Theophano left her indelible stamp on Byzantine history as the mother of Basil the Bulgar-Slayer, one of the most important rulers of the East Roman Empire.

Mar 22,  · The Pantaleon Church is one of twelve surviving Roman churches in Cologne. The first version of this building was built in and it was consecrated in Holy Roman Empress Theophanu, the wife of Emperor Otto II, ordered the construction of the facade you see today and is also buried in the church upon her own request.

The Byzantine princess Theophano, who came to the West in to marry the Ottonian emperor Otto II, died as empress of the Ottonian Empire in Nijmegen in In commemoration of this event a group of distinguished scholars met in at the castle of Hernen in the Netherlands with the aim of discussing various issues and aspects of Theophano's background in Byzantium, her life in the West.

Empress Theophano had strong links to the Abbey in many ways. At the Abbey she gave birth to her daughter Mathilda and there her daughter Sophia grew up. Roswitha von Gandersheim, niece of Emperor Otto I and Abbess at Gandersheim is a glorified in the historical poems.

Adelbert Davids'The Empress Theophano is a collection of seventeen essays on topics aboutandsurroundingthe Empress Theophano, wife of Otto II and more importantlymother of Otto III,"theByzantine princess whobecame one of the greatest medieval sovereigns in the west" (p.

xii).Apart from examining the lifeAuthor: Miriam Shadis. Aug 15,  · Buy The Empress Theophano: Byzantium and the West at the Turn of the First Millennium Revised ed. by Adelbert Davids (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible prideofaberdeenawards.com: Paperback.

Dec 20,  · Theophano and Adelheid quickly returned to Saxony and with the help of supporters were able to regain custody of the boy and negotiate a truce with Henry.

Theophano became regent of the Holy Roman Empire while her son was in his minority. Eventually, she began to sign documents as Empress Augusta and dated her reign from her marriage to Otto II. Samuel Harrison Smith I know the book to be a revelation from God, translated by the gift and power of the Holy Ghost, and that my brother, Joseph Smith, Jun., is a prophet, seer and revelator.Theophano (Greek: Θεοφανώ, Theophanō; – after ) was Byzantine Empress by marriage to Romanos II and Nikephoros prideofaberdeenawards.combetween her first husband Romanos' death and her second marriage, she was regent for her sons Basil II and Constantine prideofaberdeenawards.comano historically has been depicted as infamous.Feb 09,  · Some people think that a cookbook is just a collection of recipes for dishes that feed the body.

In Eat My Words: Reading Women's Lives through the Cookbooks They Wrote, Janet Theophano shows that cookbooks provide food for the mind and the soul as prideofaberdeenawards.comg beyond the ingredients and instructions, she shows how women have used cookbooks to assert their individuality,/5.