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Akindynos (BL 69) Gregory 14c monk,<br>
 
Akindynos (BL 69) Gregory 14c monk,<br>
 
Akritas / Acritas ()Basil Digenis - soldier and hero of an epic poem<br>
 
Akritas / Acritas ()Basil Digenis - soldier and hero of an epic poem<br>
Akropolites (BL 42) Constantine, scholar 13c,
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Akropolites (BL 42) Constantine, scholar 13c,<br>
Alyates (AC 409) general
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Alyates (AC 409) general<br>
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Amenas (BM 585) Michael<br>
 
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Ampelas (AC 455) 12c general,<br>
Amenas (BM 585) Michael
 
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Anargyrus (BL 93) Cosmas & Damian saints,<br>
 
Ampelas (AC 455) 12c general,
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Anemas (AC 382) Michael, 12c rebel,<br>
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Angelus (fem Angelina) Isaac II, 1185-1195; Alexius III, 1195-1203, Alexius IV, 1203-1204<br>
 
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Anicia (BM 203) Juliana<br>
Anargyrus (BL 93) Cosmas & Damian saints,
 
Anemas (AC 382) Michael, 12c rebel,
+
Antiochi (AC 382) rebel family,<br>
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Apion () country family founded by Theodore John, family records date 488-625<br>
Angelus (fem Angelina) Isaac II, 1185-1195; Alexius III, 1195-1203, Alexius IV, 1203-1204
 
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Apokaukos / Apocaucus (BL 86) John (BM 223) Alexius, megas doux<br>
Anicia (BM 203) Juliana
 
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Argyrus (BM 145) Romanus III, 1028-1034<br>
Antiochi (AC 382) rebel family,
 
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Aristenos (PL 562) Alexios was a jurist and commentator on canon law 9c,<br>
Apion () country family founded by Theodore John, family records date 488-625
 
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Asen (fem Asenina) (BL 71) Eirene Asenina Cantacuzene, Empress 1347-1354, John III Asen was 13c Tsar of Bulgaria<br>
Apokaukos / Apocaucus (BL 86) John (BM 223) Alexius, megas doux
 
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Asidenus (BM 107) Sabbas, 13c sebastokrator<br>
Argyrus (BM 145) Romanus III, 1028-1034
 
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Aspietes (BM 129) Michael<br>
Aristenos (PL 562) Alexios was a jurist and commentator on canon law 9c,
 
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Attaleiates (PL 584) 11c judge<br>
Asen (fem Asenina) (BL 71) Eirene Asenina Cantacuzene, Empress 1347-1354, John III Asen was 13c Tsar of Bulgaria
 
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Atticus (AC 495) grammarian,<br>
Asidenus (BM 107) Sabbas, 13c sebastokrator
 
Aspietes (BM 129) Michael
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Autoreianus (BM 444) Michael, patriarch of Constantinople<br>
  +
Balsamon (PL 562) patriarch of Antioch 9c,<br>
Attaleiates (PL 584) 11c judge
 
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Baradaeus (AC 465) Jacob, 6c Monophysite leader,<br>
Atticus (AC 495) grammarian,
 
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Barsymes (BM 243) Peter<br>
Autoreianus (BM 444) Michael, patriarch of Constantinople
 
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Basilacius (BM 585) George<br>
Balsamon (PL 562) patriarch of Antioch 9c,
 
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Basilides (BM 630) magister<br>
Baradaeus (AC 465) Jacob, 6c Monophysite leader,
 
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Bekkos (BL 38) John, 13c patriarch,<br>
Barsymes (BM 243) Peter
 
Basilacius (BM 585) George
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Berhoiotes (BM 440) George, megas diermeneutes<br>
  +
Blastares (MoL 193) Michael, 14c legal commentator,<br>
Basilides (BM 630) magister
 
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Boilas (PL 572) Eustathius<br>
Bekkos (BL 38) John, 13c patriarch,
 
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Botaniates (BM 65) Nicephorus III, 1078-81<br>
Berhoiotes (BM 440) George, megas diermeneutes
 
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Boutoumites (AC 271) soldier of Alexius I,<br>
Blastares (MoL 193) Michael, 14c legal commentator,
 
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Branaina (BL 4) Theodora, nun<br>
Boilas (PL 572) Eustathius
 
Botaniates (BM 65) Nicephorus III, 1078-81
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Branas (BM 48) Akexius, 12c<br>
  +
Briennius / Bryennius () Nicephorus, husband of Anna Comnena<br>
Boutoumites (AC 271) soldier of Alexius I,
 
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Bringas (BM 137) Michael VI 1056-7<br>
Branaina (BL 4) Theodora, nun
 
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Burtzes (AC 481) Michael, 10c general,<br>
Branas (BM 48) Akexius, 12c
 
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Butumites (BM 56) Manual<br>
Briennius / Bryennius () Nicephorus, husband of Anna Comnena
 
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Byzantios (BM 160)<br>
Bringas (BM 137) Michael VI 1056-7
 
Burtzes (AC 481) Michael, 10c general,
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Cabasilis (AC 408) Alexander, general<br>
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Callinicus (AC 517) 6c inventor of Greek fire,<br>
Butumites (BM 56) Manual
 
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Caloethus (BM 441) Nicholas, grammatikus<br>
Byzantios (BM 160)
 
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Camaterus (BM 444) John X, patriarch of Constantinople<br>
Cabasilis (AC 408) Alexander, general
 
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Camytzes (BM 106) Manual, protostrator 1201v
Callinicus (AC 517) 6c inventor of Greek fire,
 
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Cantacuzenus (BM 161) John VI, 1347-1354)<br>
Caloethus (BM 441) Nicholas, grammatikus
 
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Castamonites (AC 382) Nicetas, 12c rebel,<br>
Camaterus (BM 444) John X, patriarch of Constantinople
 
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Catacalon (AC 289, PL 608) Cecaumenus<br>
Camytzes (BM 106) Manual, protostrator 1201
 
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Cephalas (BM 106) family<br>
Cantacuzenus (BM 161) John VI, 1347-1354)
 
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Cerularius (PL 589) Michael I patriarch of Constantinople 11c,<br>
Castamonites (AC 382) Nicetas, 12c rebel,
 
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Chalintzes (AC 357) Nicetas, diplomat<br>
Catacalon (AC 289, PL 608) Cecaumenus
 
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Cheilas (BP 138) Nikephorus, 15c courtier<br>
Cephalas (BM 106) family
 
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Choniates (BM 435) Nicetas, doux<br>
Cerularius (PL 589) Michael I patriarch of Constantinople 11c,
 
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Chortasmenos (BP 139) 15c theologian,<br>
Chalintzes (AC 357) Nicetas, diplomat
 
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Choumnos (fem Choumnaina) (BL 59) Eirene-Eulogia Choumnaina Palaiologina, <br>Princess and Abbess 14c,v<br>
Cheilas (BP 138) Nikephorus, 15c courtier
 
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Chrysoberges (BP 143) Andrew, 15 c Latin convert,<br>
Choniates (BM 435) Nicetas, doux
 
Chortasmenos (BP 139) 15c theologian,
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Chrysokokkes (BP 129) George 15c scholar,<br>
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Chrysoloras (BP 139) Manuel 15c theologian,<br>
Choumnos (fem Choumnaina) (BL 59) Eirene-Eulogia Choumnaina Palaiologina, Princess and Abbess 14c,
 
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Cinnamus (BM 38) John, writer<br>
Chrysoberges (BP 143) Andrew, 15 c Latin convert,
 
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Climacus (PL 623) theologian<br>
Chrysokokkes (BP 129) George 15c scholar,
 
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Comnenus (BM 137) Isaac I, 1057-1059; Alexius I, 1081-1118 rest of dynasty to 1185<br>
Chrysoloras (BP 139) Manuel 15c theologian,
 
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Constantine () Tiberius II, 578-582<br>
Cinnamus (BM 38) John, writer
 
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Contostephanus (AC 388) Issac<br>
Climacus (PL 623) theologian
 
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Critopoulo (BM 538) Chostantin<br>
Comnenus (BM 137) Isaac I, 1057-1059; Alexius I, 1081-1118 rest of dynasty to 1185
 
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Curcuas (PL 592) John, a 10c general<br>
Constantine () Tiberius II, 578-582
 
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Cydones (BP 143) Demetrios 15c Latin convert,<br>
Contostephanus (AC 388) Issac
 
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Dabatenus (AC 386) dux of Trebizond,<br>
Critopoulo (BM 538) Chostantin
 
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Dalassena (AC 270) thalassocrator under Alexius I, (PL 573) maiden name of Anna, mother of Alexius I<br>
Curcuas (PL 592) John, a 10c general
 
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Dandalo (BM 334) Enrico, patriarch of Grado<br>
Cydones (BP 143) Demetrios 15c Latin convert,
 
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Daphopates (PL 618) Theodorus, secretary to Romanus I,<br>
Dabatenus (AC 386) dux of Trebizond,
 
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Diogenes (BM 124) Romanus IV, 1068-1071<br>
Dalassena (AC 270) thalassocrator under Alexius I, (PL 573) maiden name of Anna, mother of Alexius I
 
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Doukas (fem Doukaina) (BL 11) Helena, Queen of the Two Sicilies 1258-1266, (BL 12) father despot of Epiros <br>
Dandalo (BM 334) Enrico, patriarch of Grado
 
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Ducas (fem Ducaena) (BM159) Constantine X, basilicus 1059-1067; Alexius V, basilicus 1204<br>
Daphopates (PL 618) Theodorus, secretary to Romanus I,
 
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Eirenikos (BM 444) Theodore II, patriarch of Constantinople<br>
Diogenes (BM 124) Romanus IV, 1068-1071
 
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Eroticus (AC 335) Manuel 10c prefect,<br>
Doukas (fem Doukaina) (BL 11) Helena, Queen of the Two Sicilies 1258-1266, (BL 12) father despot of Epiros
 
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Eudocia (BM201) Aelia, augusta, wife of Theodosius II<br>
Ducas (fem Ducaena) (BM159) Constantine X, basilicus 1059-1067; Alexius V, basilicus 1204
 
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Eudoxia (BM 201) Licinia, augusta, wife of Valenetinian III<br>
Eirenikos (BM 444) Theodore II, patriarch of Constantinople
 
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Eugenikos (BP 135) Mark, 15c theologian,<br>
Eroticus (AC 335) Manuel 10c prefect,
 
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Euphorbenus (AC 271) soldier of Alexius I,<br>
Eudocia (BM201) Aelia, augusta, wife of Theodosius II
 
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Eustathius (AC 363) Grand Dungarius,<br>
Eudoxia (BM 201) Licinia, augusta, wife of Valenetinian III
 
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Exazenus (AC 390) Hyaleas, rebel<br>
Eugenikos (BP 135) Mark, 15c theologian,
 
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Ferro (BM230) brothers<br>
Euphorbenus (AC 271) soldier of Alexius I,
 
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Flaccilla (BM 491) Aelia, augusta, first wife of Theodosius I<br>
Eustathius (AC 363) Grand Dungarius,
 
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Gabalas (BM 525) John<br>
Exazenus (AC 390) Hyaleas, rebel
 
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Gabras (AC 350) Theodore, general,<br>
Ferro (BM230) brothers
 
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Garidas (AC 521) Eustratius, 11c patriarch,<br>
Flaccilla (BM 491) Aelia, augusta, first wife of Theodosius I
 
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Gemistos (BP 130) 15c scholar,<br>
Gabalas (BM 525) John
 
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Genesius (BM 224) Joseph<br>
Gabras (AC 350) Theodore, general,
 
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Gregoras (BL 50) Nikephoros, historian, coined the phrase Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned<br>
Garidas (AC 521) Eustratius, 11c patriarch,
 
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Harmenopoulos (MoL 241) 14c jurist,<br>
Gemistos (BP 130) 15c scholar,
 
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Himerius (PL 599) protospatharios<br>
Genesius (BM 224) Joseph
 
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Holobolos (BL 36) Manuel,<br>
Gregoras (BL 50) Nikephoros, historian, coined the phrase Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
 
  +
Humbertopoulos (AC 298) general of Alexius I,<br>
Harmenopoulos (MoL 241) 14c jurist,
 
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Hyrtakenos (BL 56) 14c scholar,<br>
Himerius (PL 599) protospatharios
 
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Indicopleustes () Cosmas was a trader and writer of an account of a journey to Malabar in 522<br>
Holobolos (BL 36) Manuel,
 
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Ingerina (PL 574) Eudocia was mistress to Michael III,<br>
Humbertopoulos (AC 298) general of Alexius I,
 
Hyrtakenos (BL 56) 14c scholar,
+
Kabasilas (BL 93) Nicholas,<br>
  +
Kalekas (BL 86) 14c patriarch,<br>
Indicopleustes () Cosmas was a trader and writer of an account of a journey to Malabar in 522
 
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Kalliergis (BL 105) Zacherias was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,<br>
Ingerina (PL 574) Eudocia was mistress to Michael III,
 
Kabasilas (BL 93) Nicholas,
+
Kallistos (BL 78) 14c patriarch,<br>
  +
Kamytzes (AC 408) Eustathius, 12c general,<br>
Kalekas (BL 86) 14c patriarch,
 
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Kaspax (AC 346) admiral,<br>
Kalliergis (BL 105) Zacherias was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,
 
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Kommene (BL 120) Helena Cantacuzene Kommene, Empress of Trebizond 15c<br>
Kallistos (BL 78) 14c patriarch,
 
  +
Kymineianus (AC 304) Drungarius under Alexius I<br>
Kamytzes (AC 408) Eustathius, 12c general,
 
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Kyrdiniates (AC 499) Nicholas, 11c patriarch,<br>
Kaspax (AC 346) admiral,
 
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Lagudes (PL 611)<br>
Kommene (BL 120) Helena Cantacuzene Kommene, Empress of Trebizond 15c
 
  +
Lampenos (BL 56) Alexios,<br>
Kymineianus (AC 304) Drungarius under Alexius I
 
  +
Lascaris (fem Laskarina) () Theodore I, basilicus 1204-1222; Theodore II, <br>basilicus 1254-1259; John IV, basilicus 1258-1261<br>
Kyrdiniates (AC 499) Nicholas, 11c patriarch,
 
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Lebournes (AC 455) George, 12c general,<br>
Lagudes (PL 611)
 
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Lecapenus () Romanus I, basilicus 920-944<br>
Lampenos (BL 56) Alexios,
 
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Longibardus (AC 495) John, grammarian,<br>
Lascaris (fem Laskarina) () Theodore I, basilicus 1204-1222; Theodore II, basilicus 1254-1259; John IV, basilicus 1258-1261
 
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Macrembolitissa () Eudocia, Empress 1067-1068<br>
Lebournes (AC 455) George, 12c general,
 
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Macroducas (BM 128) Constantine<br>
Lecapenus () Romanus I, basilicus 920-944
 
Longibardus (AC 495) John, grammarian,
+
Malalas (BP 12) John, historian<br>
  +
Maleinus (PL 568) Eustathius was a magnate under Basil II,<br>
Macrembolitissa () Eudocia, Empress 1067-1068
 
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Manautius (BL 105) Aldus was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,<br>
Macroducas (BM 128) Constantine
 
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Mangaphas (BM 438) Theodore<br>
Malalas (BP 12) John, historian
 
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Maniaces (BM 281) George<br>
Maleinus (PL 568) Eustathius was a magnate under Basil II,
 
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Maurocatacalon (BM 267) Gregory<br>
Manautius (BL 105) Aldus was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,
 
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Mauropus (BM 140) John, writer<br>
Mangaphas (BM 438) Theodore
 
Maniaces (BM 281) George
+
Maurozomes (BM 128) Theodore<br>
  +
Mavrocatalon (AC 314) Nicolas, admiral<br>
Maurocatacalon (BM 267) Gregory
 
Mauropus (BM 140) John, writer
+
Melissenus (BM 428) Nicephorus<br>
  +
Mesopotamites (BM 431) George, doux<br>
Maurozomes (BM 128) Theodore
 
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Metochites (BL 42) Theodore was Megas Logothete in 1305<br>
Mavrocatalon (AC 314) Nicolas, admiral
 
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Monasteriotes (BM 587) Leo, krites<br>
Melissenus (BM 428) Nicephorus
 
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Monomachus (BM 137) Constantine IX, basilicus 1042-1055<br>
Mesopotamites (BM 431) George, doux
 
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Moschus () John wrote a Lives of the Saints in the 6c<br>
Metochites (BL 42) Theodore was Megas Logothete in 1305
 
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Mouzalon (BL 34) George, husband of Theodora Raoulina,<br>
Monasteriotes (BM 587) Leo, krites
 
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Musurus (BL 107) 15c refugee family,<br>
Monomachus (BM 137) Constantine IX, basilicus 1042-1055
 
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Nazianzen (PL 557) Gregory wrotea collection of sermons 11c,<br>
Moschus () John wrote a Lives of the Saints in the 6c
 
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Nepos (BM 405) Julius<br>
Mouzalon (BL 34) George, husband of Theodora Raoulina,
 
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Nicephorus (AC 390) Hyaleas<br>
Musurus (BL 107) 15c refugee family,
 
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Nicerite (AC 408) Leo 12c general,<br>
Nazianzen (PL 557) Gregory wrotea collection of sermons 11c,
 
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Nicomachi () consular family<br>
Nepos (BM 405) Julius
 
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Nikerites (BL 105) John 12c mega dux of Cyprus,<br>
Nicephorus (AC 390) Hyaleas
 
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Notaras (BL 96) Anna Notaras Palaiologina died 1507,<br>
Nicerite (AC 408) Leo 12c general,
 
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Opsaras (BM 191) John<br>
Nicomachi () consular family
 
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Oresme (BM 517) Nicholas, writer<br>
Nikerites (BL 105) John 12c mega dux of Cyprus,
 
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Ouranus (BM 610) Nicephorus, doux<br>
Notaras (BL 96) Anna Notaras Palaiologina died 1507,
 
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Pachymeres (BM 47) George, writer<br>
Opsaras (BM 191) John
 
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Paidianites (BM 584) Anna<br>
Oresme (BM 517) Nicholas, writer
 
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Pakourianus / Bakouriani (PL 584) great Georgian immigrant family,<br>
Ouranus (BM 610) Nicephorus, doux
 
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Palaeologus (female Palaeologina) (BM 114) Michael VIII, basilicus 1261-1282<br>
Pachymeres (BM 47) George, writer
 
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Palamas (BL 68) Gregory, 14c saint,<br>
Paidianites (BM 584) Anna
 
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Panaretos (BL 122) Michael, Trebizond historian,<br>
Pakourianus / Bakouriani (PL 584) great Georgian immigrant family,
 
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Panoukomites (AC 370) Nicetas, diplomat,<br>
Palaeologus (female Palaeologina) (BM 114) Michael VIII, basilicus 1261-1282
 
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Pepagomenos (BP 138) Demetrios, 15c courtier,<br>
Palamas (BL 68) Gregory, 14c saint,
 
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Petraliphas (BL 15) originally Norman, became noble,, Theodora became wife of the Despot of Epiros<br>
Panaretos (BL 122) Michael, Trebizond historian,
 
Panoukomites (AC 370) Nicetas, diplomat,
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Petzeas (AC 372) 12c general,<br>
  +
Philes (BL 56) court poet 14c<br>
Pepagomenos (BP 138) Demetrios, 15c courtier,
 
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Philanthropenos (BL 46) rebel general 13c,<br>
Petraliphas (BL 15) originally Norman, became noble,, Theodora became wife of the Despot of Epiros
 
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Philokales / Philocales (AC 362) Eumathios, 12c admiral,<br>
Petzeas (AC 372) 12c general,
 
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Phocas (BM 104) Nicephorus II, basilicus 963-969)<br>
Philes (BL 56) court poet 14c
 
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Placidia (BM 365) Galla<br>
Philanthropenos (BL 46) rebel general 13c,
 
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Plakanos (BM 584) Leo<br>
Philokales / Philocales (AC 362) Eumathios, 12c admiral,
 
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Planoudes (BL 40) Manuel, court poet,<br>
Phocas (BM 104) Nicephorus II, basilicus 963-969)
 
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Plocamus (BM 277) Annius, publican<br>
Placidia (BM 365) Galla
 
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Plousiadenos (BL 99) John, priest,<br>
Plakanos (BM 584) Leo
 
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Procopius (BP 12) historian<br>
Planoudes (BL 40) Manuel, court poet,
 
  +
Prodromos (BP 104) Theodore 12c poet<br>
Plocamus (BM 277) Annius, publican
 
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Psellus (BM 137) Michael, 12c scholar<br>
Plousiadenos (BL 99) John, priest,
 
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Psyllus (AC 397) Basil,<br>
Procopius (BP 12) historian
 
Prodromos (BP 104) Theodore 12c poet
+
Ptochoprodromos (BP 105) 12c poet,<br>
  +
Pulcheria (BM 365) Aelia, wife of Theodosius III<br>
Psellus (BM 137) Michael, 12c scholar
 
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Pyrrhos (BM 584) Theophanes<br>
Psyllus (AC 397) Basil,
 
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Rangab () Michael I, basilicus 811-813<br>
Ptochoprodromos (BP 105) 12c poet,
 
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Raoul (fem Raoulaina) (BL 33) Theodora was a nun and scholar 13c, the family was originally Norman<br>
Pulcheria (BM 365) Aelia, wife of Theodosius III
 
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Rizocopus (BM 669) John, patrician and exarch<br>
Pyrrhos (BM 584) Theophanes
 
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Rshtuni (BM 621) Theodore<br>
Rangab () Michael I, basilicus 811-813
 
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Sclerus (PL 556) Bardas, general and rival of Basil II,<br>
Raoul (fem Raoulaina) (BL 33) Theodora was a nun and scholar 13c, the family was originally Norman
 
Rizocopus (BM 669) John, patrician and exarch
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Scylitzes (BM 103) John<br>
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Servopoulos (BL 99) Frankoulis<br>
Rshtuni (BM 621) Theodore
 
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Sidonius (BM 247) Apollinaris, writer<br>
Sclerus (PL 556) Bardas, general and rival of Basil II,
 
Scylitzes (BM 103) John
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Sgouros (BM 437) Leo<br>
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Skaliarius (AC 409) Turk convert and general,<br>
Servopoulos (BL 99) Frankoulis
 
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Solomon (AC 382) John, senator,<br>
Sidonius (BM 247) Apollinaris, writer
 
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Sophianos (BP 138) Paul, 15c courtier,<br>
Sgouros (BM 437) Leo
 
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Spandounes (BL 104) Matthew, 15c refugee family,<br>
Skaliarius (AC 409) Turk convert and general,
 
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Stethatus (PL 612) 11c,<br>
Solomon (AC 382) John, senator,
 
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Strategopoulos (BL 18) Alexios, general 13c<br>
Sophianos (BP 138) Paul, 15c courtier,
 
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Stypiotes (AC 474) Michael, soldier,<br>
Spandounes (BL 104) Matthew, 15c refugee family,
 
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Symmachus (BM 248) consular family<br>
Stethatus (PL 612) 11c,
 
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Tarchaniotes (AC 299) gen under Alexius I,<br>
Strategopoulos (BL 18) Alexios, general 13c
 
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Taronites (BM 431) John, sebatos<br>
Stypiotes (AC 474) Michael, soldier,
 
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Tarsites (BL 105) John, 12c scholar,<br>
Symmachus (BM 248) consular family
 
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Tornikes (PL 627) George, 12c priest<br>
Tarchaniotes (AC 299) gen under Alexius I,
 
Taronites (BM 431) John, sebatos
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Tornices (BM 137) Leo<br>
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Tzamblakon (BM 212) Demetrius, megas stratopedarkhes<br>
Tarsites (BL 105) John, 12c scholar,
 
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Tzetzes (BM 507) John, writer<br>
Tornikes (PL 627) George, 12c priest
 
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Tzimisces (BM 104) John I, basilicus 969-976<br>
Tornices (BM 137) Leo
 
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Tzintzloukes (AC 353) Andronicus, general,<br>
Tzamblakon (BM 212) Demetrius, megas stratopedarkhes
 
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Tzipoureles (AC 455) 12c general,<br>
Tzetzes (BM 507) John, writer
 
Tzimisces (BM 104) John I, basilicus 969-976
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Tzourillas (PL 639) John, Bogomile preacher<br>
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Vatatzes (BM 129) John III, basilicus 1222-1254<br>
Tzintzloukes (AC 353) Andronicus, general,
 
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Verinus / Verina (BM 491) Aelia wife of Leo I<br>
Tzipoureles (AC 455) 12c general,
 
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Vlastos (BL 107) 15c refugee family<br>
Tzourillas (PL 639) John, Bogomile preacher
 
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Xanthopoulus (BM 444) Nicephorus Callistus (locative?), writer<br>
Vatatzes (BM 129) John III, basilicus 1222-1254
 
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Xerus (BM 585) Bardas<br>
Verinus / Verina (BM 491) Aelia wife of Leo I
 
Vlastos (BL 107) 15c refugee family
+
Xylokarabes (BL 117) Mark, 15c contender for patriarch<br>
  +
Zautzes (BM 302) Stylianus<br>
Xanthopoulus (BM 444) Nicephorus Callistus (locative?), writer
 
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Zonaras (PL 562) John was a jurist and commentator on canon law, c9,<br>
Xerus (BM 585) Bardas
 
Xylokarabes (BL 117) Mark, 15c contender for patriarch
 
Zautzes (BM 302) Stylianus
 
Zonaras (PL 562) John was a jurist and commentator on canon law, c9,
 
 
 
 
=== Male First Names ===
 
=== Male First Names ===
Abramius (BP 2)
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Abramius (BP 2)<br>
Achmet (PL 564) author
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Achmet (PL 564) author<br>
Adrian () son-in-law Constantine X
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Adrian () son-in-law Constantine X<br>
Aemilianus (BM 581) patriarch of Antioch
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Aemilianus (BM 581) patriarch of Antioch<br>
Alakaseus (AC 303) spy of Alexius I,
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Alakaseus (AC 303) spy of Alexius I,<br>
Alexander (BM 197) emperor 912-913
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Alexander (BM 197) emperor 912-913<br>
Alexandros (PL 571) Metropolitan of Nicea
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Alexandros (PL 571) Metropolitan of Nicea<br>
Alexius / Alexios (BM 6) several, first is 1081-1118
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Alexius / Alexios (BM 6) several, first is 1081-1118<br>
Ammonathas (BP 8) monophystite priest
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Ammonathas (BP 8) monophystite priest<br>
Ammonios (BM 347) komes
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Ammonios (BM 347) komes<br>
Amyntas (BM 54) of Galatia
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Amyntas (BM 54) of Galatia<br>
Anastasius (BP 13) several, first is 491-518
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Anastasius (BP 13) several, first is 491-518<br>
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Andronicus / Andronikos (BM 88) several, first is 1183-1185<br>
 
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Annius (BM 277) Plocamus <br>
Andronicus / Andronikos (BM 88) several, first is 1183-1185
 
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Anthemius (BM 219) architect of Constantinople for Justinian I, () another is Prefect of the East under Constantine I<br>
Annius (BM 277) Plocamus
 
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Apasios (BP 92) <br>
Anthemius (BM 219) architect of Constantinople for Justinian I, () another is Prefect of the East under Constantine I
 
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Apion (BM 464)<br>
Apasios (BP 92)
 
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Appollos (BM 347) hypodektes of Ammonios<br>
Apion (BM 464)
 
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Apocauchus () High Admiral in 1346<br>
Appollos (BM 347) hypodektes of Ammonios
 
Apocauchus () High Admiral in 1346
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Areobindus () Consul in 506<br>
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Arcadius (BM 17) Emperor 395-408<br>
Areobindus () Consul in 506
 
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Archelus (BM 389)<br>
Arcadius (BM 17) Emperor 395-408
 
Archelus (BM 389)
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Arintheus (BM 366)<br>
  +
Armatus (BM243)<br>
Arintheus (BM 366)
 
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Arsenios (BL 33) patriarch 13c,<br>
Armatus (BM243)
 
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Artemios (tb 27) saint,<br>
Arsenios (BL 33) patriarch 13c,
 
  +
Artavasdus () 741-743<br>
Artemios (tb 27) saint,
 
  +
Athanasios (BL 2) patriarch 14c,<br>
Artavasdus () 741-743
 
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Asticus (BM 461)<br>
Athanasios (BL 2) patriarch 14c,
 
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Autoreianas (BL 41)<br>
Asticus (BM 461)
 
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Bacchus / Bakchos (MoL 145) saint, married to St Serge<br>
Autoreianas (BL 41)
 
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Bardas (PL556) founder of Magnaura University, another a rival of Basil II,<br>
Bacchus / Bakchos (MoL 145) saint, married to St Serge
 
Bardas (PL556) founder of Magnaura University, another a rival of Basil II,
 
 
Basil (BM 196) several, first is 867-886
 
Basil (BM 196) several, first is 867-886
 
Basilicus (BM 398) 475-476
 
Basilicus (BM 398) 475-476

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