Zoe - People

People

  • Zoe (tribe), an indigenous tribe of the Brazilian Amazon
  • Zoe Zaoutzaina (died May 899), Byzantine empress 893-899
  • Zoe Karbonopsina, Byzantine empress 906-912
  • Zoe Porphyrogenita (978-1056), Empress of the Byzantine Empire with co-rulers 1028–1050

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