Michael VIII Palaiologos (r. 1259-1281 CE) Miniature from the manuscript of Pachymeres' Historia, 14th century CE. gerade eroberten Morea ersteckte, endlich den Garaus zu ma Byzantiner konnte [4] The earliest known member of the family, possibly its founder, was Nikephoros Palaiologos, commander (possibly doux) of the Theme of Mesopotamia in the second half of the 11th century, in the reign of Emperor Michael VII Doukas. [117] The potential Palaiologan heir being kept as a hostage in Italy agrees poorly with contemporary Byzantine-Aragonese relations and importantly, no Byzantine historians mentions his existence. Paläologus, Paläolog. [95] What happened to Scipione is not known, but Leonidas was executed. The letter supposedly requested that if that was the case, the head of the family should be provided with the means of returning to Greece, with the trip paid for by the Greek government. Venetian documents frequently refer to their "strenuous" prowess in service to the Venetian Republic. [75] The ancestry of the Paleologu can be traced to Greeks with the name Palaiologos, but not to the imperial family. [69], Theodore's descendants, the Palaeologus-Montferrat family, ruled at Montferrat until the 16th century, though they were sometimes given Greek names, such as Theodore and Sophia,[70] most of the Palaiologan Marquises of Montferrat paid little attention to affairs in the eastern Mediterranean. Mikhael VIII Palaiologos: Birthdate: circa 1223: Death: circa December 11, 1282 (50-67) Constantinople, Istanbul, İstanbul, Turkey Immediate Family: Son of Andronikos Doukas Komnenos Palaiologos and Théodora Komnenos Palaiologos Husband of Théodora Palaiologos. In 1259, Michael VIII Palaiologos became co-emperor to the young John IV Laskaris through a coup and in 1261, following the recapture of Constantinople from the Latin Empire, John IV was deposed and blinded. Hindernisse beseitigt und, lich Konstantinopel erobern, als Michael abermals v C Nikephoros supported the revolt of Nikephoros III Botaneiates against Michael VII, but his son, George Palaiologos, married Anna Doukaina and thus supported the Doukas family and later Alexios I Komnenos, Anna's brother-in-law, against Botaneiates. Gleichsam aus heiterem Himmel Due to his knowledge of the Turkish language, Theodore also accompanied Venetian ambassadors in diplomatic missions to the Ottoman Empire, visiting Constantinople several times. [12] The blinding of John IV was a stain on the Palaiologan dynasty. However, it soon became apparent Constantine's closest relatives, his brothers in the Morea, represented little more than a nuisance to Mehmed II and they were thus allowed to keep their titles and lands as Ottoman vassals. [63], The Byzantine aristocracy were less than eager of sending one of Andronikos II's sons to claim Montferrat. Because the family was extensive before it produced emperors, the name Palaiologos was legitimately held not only by nobles part of the actual imperial dynasty. [10] After the recapture of the capital and the restoration of the Byzantine Empire, Michael took care to be crowned emperor in Hagia Sophia, as Byzantine emperors had been before the city was lost to the crusaders. als Clemens IV. Through the preceding century or so of Palaiologan marriages to other imperial families, his ancestry could be traced back to the three most recent dynasties that had ruled the empire before the Fourth Crusade (Doukas, Komnenos and Angelos). [87] Because people with the name live throughout the world and might not even be related in the first place, creating an all-encompassing modern Palaiologos genealogy is next to impossible. Heerführer der LASKARIDEN-Dynastie, riß nach dem Tod Kaiser Theodoros' II. The origins of the Palaiologos family are unclear. helfen. Der byzantinische Kaiser Michae, wusste, dass weder er noch Konstantinopel eine Cha Vor neun Jahren erst war es ihm gelungen, die Stac oströmische Hände zu bringen - nach jahrzehntela _ schaft der lateinischen Christen. His nephew, Zuanne Paleologo, and two of Zuanne's sons, died on Cyprus, fighting the Ottomans during the 1570 Siege of Nicosia in the Fourth Ottoman–Venetian War. The famous Ivan the Terrible (r. 1547–1575), Russia's first Tsar, was Sophia's grandson. There, they faced a dilemma. Aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Though most of these documents do not appear questionable in of themselves, they have not been authenticated and there are several problems with the overall reconstruction of events and descent. 1. In the eyes of the Orthodox church, Constantine's death sanctified him and he died a hero. While the genealogies of many supposedly surviving branches of the imperial dynasty can easily be dismissed as fantasy, others, such as the genealogy of a lineage from Pesaro which survived until at least the late 17th century, are more plausible. Du Cange emperors.jpg 757 × 911; 805 KB. In the same way Michael VIII Palaiologos was working for the Sultanate of Rum for a period. [110] Theodore's descendants and relatives lived on in Venice and its territories long after his death. Michael VIII Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Μιχαὴλ Η΄ Παλαιολόγος; 1223 – 11 December 1282) reigned as the co-emperor of the Empire of Nicaea from 1259 to 1261, … The last certain members of the imperial line of the Palaiologoi died out in the 16th century, but female-line descendants survive to the present day. [79] Many of the non-imperial Byzantine Palaiologoi were part of the nobility and served as generals or powerful landowners. The contemporary historian George Sphrantzes, who described the life of Thomas Palaiologos in detail, wrote on the birth of Andreas Palaiologos on 17 January 1453 that the boy was "a continuator and heir" of the Palaiologan lineage, a phrase which makes little sense if Andreas was not Thomas's first-born son. diese Entwicklung rüc machen, und gerade vom Wasser her drohte dem Kaiser Das war das Ende. zur Siche byzantinischen Herrschaft nicht zu sondern sahen in ihm nur den [108] Theodore had a well-documented career as a stratiote. Palaiologos; Jan VIII. [124], During most of their tenure as Byzantine emperors, the Palaiologan dynasty was not well-liked by their subjects. Palaiologové (řecky Παλαιολόγοι, singulár Παλαιολόγος – Palaiologos) nebo Palaiologovci byli řecká šlechtická rodina, jejíž příslušníci nastolili poslední dynastii na byzantském trůně. Although Andronikos III was ultimately victorious and Andronikos II was deposed, the empire was damaged economically and for the first time, foreign states such as Bulgaria and Serbia had appeared as significant regulating factors in imperial dynastic disputes (joining opposite sides of the civil war). [125] Michael VIII was taunted with the words "you have become a Frank", which remains a term in Greek to taunt converts to Catholicism to this day. gelungen, die Stac oströmische Hände zu bringen - nach jahrzehntela _ schaft schung aus zum Teil rücksichtslos [1], In contrast to these ancient and prestigious origin stories, the Palaiologoi probably actually originated relatively late in Anatolia, possibly in the Anatolic Theme. When Constantinople fell to the Fourth Crusade in 1204, the Palaiologoi fled to the Empire of Nicaea, a Byzantine successor state ruled by the Laskaris family, where they continued to play an active role and occupied many offices of high rank. zu seinem Tod. Michael_VIII_Palaiologos_(head).jpg ‎ (371 × 449 Pixel, Dateigröße: 38 KB, MIME-Typ: image/jpeg) Diese Datei und die Informationen unter dem roten Trennstrich werden aus dem zentralen Medienarchiv Wikimedia Commons eingebunden. She predeceased her father, dying in 1469. [46] Thus, the male line of the imperial branch of the House of Palaiologos probably went extinct at some point in the early 16th century. The situation was so dire that Manuel left Constantinople to travel around Western Europe asking for further aid against the Ottomans, visiting Italy, France and England. eingebracht hatte, war nicht von. Amtsantrir er den byzantinischen Kaiser ohne erkennbaren Grund lur. [15], There was peace between the Palaiologans and the Ottomans until 1421, when Mehmed I died and Manuel retired from state affairs, to pursue scholarly and religious interests. [38] The family name Palaiologos had been relatively widespread in the Byzantine Empire, and the family had been quite extensive before a branch of it acceded to the imperial throne. [57], Thomas's older brother Theodore II, who preceded him (and co-ruled with him for a time) as Despot of the Morea, had a daughter, Helena, who married King John II of Cyprus. His son Ferdinand Paleologus, escaping the war, settled on the recently colonized island of Barbados in the Caribbean, where he became known as the "Greek prince from Cornwall" and owned a cotton or sugar plantation. [76][77][78], The probable extinction of the senior branch of the imperial Palaiologos family at some point in the 16th century did little to stop individuals in various parts of Europe from claiming descent from the old imperial dynasty. Insignia heraldica. die Regentschaft an sich und verdrängte, in Nikaia zum Mit-Kaiser erhoben, den jungen Kaiser Johannes IV. Untergang so knapp entronnen war, stand ihn außer Frage, dass er mit dem Papst Even in this state, the empire, famous for its frequent civil wars, was unable to stay united. At the Council of Florence in 1439, Emperor John VIII reaffirmed the Union in the light of imminent Turkish attacks on what little remained of his empire. Étude généalogique et prosopographique", "SERRA DI CASSANO, Giuseppe in "Dizionario Biografico, Spain (Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Palaiologos&oldid=997274929, Articles containing Ancient Greek (to 1453)-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 December 2020, at 19:51. A 1463 document supposedly signed by King Ferdinand I of Aragon records the granting of some lands in the vicinity of San Mauro to Rogerio, son of "illustrissimi Thomae Palaeologi dispoti Moreae". [66] In the end, Andronikos II's fourth son (in order to not jeopardize the line of succession),[67] Theodore, was chosen to travel to Montferrat, arriving there in 1306. The Popes in the immediate aftermath of the Latin Empire's fall pursued a policy of attempting to assert their religious authority over the Byzantine Empire. Dankbarkeit in Tränen aus. [36], Andreas died poor in Rome in 1502. [16], Through most of John VIII's reign, Constantine and Thomas ruled as Despots of the Morea, with Demetrios governing a stretch of land in Thrace. There is a document from Casalsottano, dated 24 June 1441, which bears the signature of "Ruggerio Greco", "Greco" interpreted by proponents of the Mastrogiovanni descent as a nickname due to his Greek origin rather than a surname. As a result, many Byzantine refugees who fled to Western Europe in the aftermath of Constantinople's fall possessed the name and in order to earn prestige, some fabricated closer links to the imperial family. [80] In addition to the non-imperial Palaiologoi that were descendants of older collateral lines, Byzantine genealogy is also made complicated by the fact that it was common in Byzantium to adopt the family name of your spouse or mother, if that was more prestigious. [115], Another family which claims to descend from the old imperial dynasty are the Paleologu of Romania, claiming to be the descendants of an otherwise unattested son of Theodore II Palaiologos, Despot of the Morea, called Emanuel Petrus (Manuel Petros in Greek). [48] The Romanov dynasty, which succeeded Ivan the Terrible's Rurik dynasty and ruled Russia from 1613 to 1917, were not descended from Sophia, originating as in-laws, rather than descendants, of the Rurikids. meisten Franzosen getötet und Karls Schiffe ve, Abermals war Michael einer vernichtenden Niede knapp But in 1Chronicles 10 it shows that the Israelites fled their cities and the Philistines dwelt in them. [135] Ultimately, the delegation's search was in vain and they found no living embodiments of their lost empire. Lage bewusst und versuchte, die Gefahr für Konstantinopel Bündnisse zu Personen und weniger den dahinter stehenden Institutionen. Michael VIII succeeded in a union at the Second Council of Lyons in 1274, which formally reunited the churches after more than two centuries of schism. [107], The Venetian Palaiologoi were not related to the imperial family, but they might have been distant cousins. [49] The Tocco family, male-line descendants of Leonardo III and Milica Branković styled themselves as princes on the ground that they represented not only the senior descendants of the Byzantine imperial dynasty, but of the Serbian royal dynasty as well. Some Western pretenders who wished to restore the Latin Empire, such as the King of Sicily, Charles of Anjou, periodically enjoyed Papal support,[59] and several Popes considered the idea of calling for a new crusade against Constantinople to once more impose Catholic rule. - :I im Innern seines Reichs in Kauf und bot sich Papst [31] Though Pius II was eager to go through with the idea, and Thomas rode around Italy in the hopes of drumming up support for the venture,[32] no crusade materialized this time either. The Byzantine civil wars, and the collapse of Stefan Dušan's Serbian Empire following his death in 1355, had allowed the Ottoman Turks to expand almost unopposed through the Balkans and in the second half of the 14th century, the empire passed almost without a fight under Ottoman sovereignty, forced to pay tribute and offer military aid if needed. Palaiologos Angelos Dukas Komnenos, byzantinischer Kaiser 1258 (1261)-1282, * Nikaia oder Nymphaion 1224/1225, † bei Pachomiu 11.12.1282, aus einer alten Adelsfamilie, Sohn des Statthalters von Thessaloniki Andronikos Palaiologos und der Theodora Palaiologina. The modern Castriota family, living in Italy, are the only known living descendants of Jerina and Gjon Kastrioti II. The Phanariots sent to Wallachia and Moldavia included people with the last name Palaiologos, ancestors of the Paleologu family. In 1472, according to Bessarion's plans, Zoe (whose name was later changed to Sophia) was married to Duke Ivan III of Moscow. [65], The final Palaeologus Marquis, John George, Marquis of Montferrat, died in 1533 and rule of Montferrat was then given to Federico II Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, by Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.[73] The last female member, Margaret Paleologa, married to Federico II, died in 1566, rendering the Montferrat cadet branch extinct. [18] After John VIII's death in June 1448, the candidates for the throne were brothers Constantine, Demetrios and Thomas. [7] Though Michael continued to be mistrusted even after this, he married John III's grandniece Theodora Vatatzaina and was appointed as the megas konostaulos of the Latin mercenaries employed by the empire. from 1259 1282, and founder of the Palaiologan dynasty (q.v.). wurde es ihm freilich nicht. According to several later oral traditions, the family had originated in Italy, supposedly in the city of Viterbo. Michael VIII Palaiologos Michael VIII Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Μιχαὴλ Η΄ Παλαιολόγος, Mikhaēl VIII Palaiologos; 1223 – 11 December 1282) reigned as Byzantine Emperor 1259–1282. [119] A 1489 census of San Mauro Cilento records no inhabitants with Byzantine surnames, though records a widow and daughter of "Quondam Princi de Rogerio Greco", someone subsequent censuses make clear left no further descendants. Though Constantine XI died in communion with Rome (and thus as a "heretic"), his death in battle against the Ottomans, defending Constantinople, made the Greeks and the Orthodox church remember him as a hero, redeeming popular opinion of the dynasty as a whole. … unterwürfige herungen ihre Wirkung nicht, und der Papst vermochte den tgierigen Rom – Das Römische Imperium Buch von Selzer_McKe... Wandern im Nationalpark um den Gran Paradiso, Bergwandern rund um Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Wandern in den Lanzo-Tälern in den Grajischern Alpen. Many Western rulers were conscious of their failure to prevent Byzantium's fall and welcomed these men at their courts. [62] Since Yolande was second-in-line to the throne of the March of Montferrat, the marriage had the unexpected result of creating the possibility that a Byzantine prince might inherit Montferrat. Michael VIII Palaiologos: | | | Michael VIII Palaiologos| |Μιχαὴλ Η΄ Παλαιολόγος| ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. [8] Theodore II died in that same year and was succeeded by his eight-year-old son John IV Laskaris. Gesandten, die Michael mit Geschenken in die Ewige geschickt hatte, wurde kurz [111] The 1570 will of Demetri Paleologo, a son of Theodore, begins with "Io Demetri Palleollogo, da Constantinopoli ...". In his will from 1372, John II claimed that Andronikos II's deposition in 1328 by his grandson Andronikos III (John V's father) had been unlawful and thus disqualified Andronikos III and all his heirs from the legitimate line of succession to the throne of Byzantium. Palaiologos, Kaiser des Byzantinischen Reiches (seit 1259 in Nikaia, nach dem Ende des Lateinischen Kaiserreichs seit 1261 in Konstantinopel), (31 von 211 Wörtern) Gefährlich wurde es, [80], Many Byzantine refugees, though unrelated to the emperors, legitimately bore the name Palaiologos due to the extensive nature of the family. [41] Manuel had two sons; John Palaiologos, who died young, and Andreas,[42] probably named after Manuel's brother. [79], In addition to the John Palaiologos of the Pesaro genealogy, some Italian genealogies from the 17th century onwards ascribe further sons to Thomas Palaiologos, notably a supposed older son by the name Rogerio or Ruggerio. The weakening of Byzantium as a result of the civil war allowed Stefan Dušan of Serbia to invade Macedonia, Thessaly and Epirus in 1346–1348, creating the Serbian Empire. In 1253, Emperor John III Doukas Vatatzes accused him of plotting against the throne, though Michael escaped the accusation without punishment following a trial by ordeal of holding a red-hot iron. Dezämber 1282 z Thrakie) isch vo 1259 bis zu sim Dood 1282 dr byzantinisch Kaiser gsi. BERTELSMANN Lexikon Geschichte: Seite 525 MICHAEL VIII. Hinweis: Nur ein Mitglied dieses Blogs kann Kommentare posten. [115] This family history derives mainly from oral tradition, with only a handful of documents possibly verifying parts of it as true. Martin IV. Palaiologos; T. Theodóros II. [1], By the 15th century, the Byzantine emperors had lost any real power, with the Ottoman sultans increasingly becoming the real regulators of political matters within the empire. Some Byzantine refugees, such as historian George Sphrantzes, recognized Andreas as the rightful heir of the old emperors. Seine Ln wussten Michaels Leistung As the Ottoman Empire grew to encompass more and more Byzantine territory, emperors such as John V and Manuel II labored intensely to retore the union, much to the dismay of their subjects. Durch Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. In the meantime, John VI Kantakouzenos attempted to consolidate his own dynasty on the imperial throne, marrying his daughter Helena to John V and proclaiming his son Matthew Kantakouzenos as co-emperor. [74] The name "Montferrato-Paleologo" is recorded on the Greek island of Cephalonia until the 17th century, though it is uncertain how they were connected to the Italian family. After not receiving any satisfactory offers, Manuel surprised the establishment in Rome by travelling to Constantinople in 1476 and presenting himself before Sultan Mehmed II. Michael VIII Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Greek: Μιχαὴλ Η΄ Παλαιολόγος, Mikhaēl VIII Palaiologos; 1223 – 11 December 1282) reigned as Byzantine Emperor 1259–1282.

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