Constantine Laskaris

Constantine Laskaris (Greek Κωνσταντίνος Λάσκαρης) was Byzantine Emperor for a few months from 1204 to early 1205.

Read more about Constantine Laskaris:  Early Years, Elevation As Emperor, Career At Nicaea, Family, Historical Uncertainty of Coronation

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Despot (court Title) - List of Known Holders
... Maternal grandfather of Michael VIII Theodore I Laskaris 1203–1208 Alexios III Angelos Son-in-law of Alexios III, he was probably granted the title of despot after the death of Alexios ... Andronikos Palaiologos 1216 – unknown Theodore I Laskaris Son-in-law and heir-apparent of Theodore I ... the title of emperor (basileus) after 1230 Constantine Komnenos Doukas 1225/1227 – unknown Theodore Komnenos Doukas Brother of Theodore, he was raised to the rank of despot after Theodore crowned ...
Megas Doux - List of Known Holders
... judicial official in Greece and long-time governor of Cyprus Constantine Opos Unknown Alexios I Komnenos Distinguished general in the campaigns against the Turks Leo Nikerites Unknown Alexios I Komnenos Eunuch ... He fell at Myriokephalon in 1176 Constantine Angelos Unknown Isaac II Angelos Afterwards governor of Philippopolis, he led an unsuccessful usurpation attempt Michael Stryphnos ca. 1210 Theodore I Laskaris Uncle of Theodore I, emperor of Nicaea, known only from a monastic property deed dating to between 1206 and 1212 Michael ...
Constantine Laskaris - Historical Uncertainty of Coronation
... The primary source for the elevation of Constantine Laskaris is Niketas Choniatēs an eyewitness who recounted the fall of Constantinople to the Crusaders ... However, given Constantine's apparent subordinate role under his brother Theodore in 1205, historians such as Sir Steven Runciman and Donald Queller have argued that it was in fact Theodore and not ... This uncertainty, plus the fact that Constantine remained uncrowned means that he is not always counted among Byzantine Emperors ...