Constantine VI (right to the cross) presiding over the Second Council of Nicaea. Miniature from early 11th century.
Constantine VI, (born 770 —died after Aug. 15, 797), Byzantine emperor from 780 to 797, grandson of Constantine V. At 10 years of age Constantine succeeded his ...
Constantine VI (Greek: Κωνσταντίνος ΣΤ΄; 1859 – November 28, 1930) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from December 17, 1924 till January 30 ...
Constantine VI was the emperor of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) empire from 780 to 797. Under the regency of his mother, Irene, iconoclasm was suppressed and the ...
Constantine VI, b. c.770, Byzantine emperor , son and successor of Leo IV. His mother, Irene, was regent until 790, when she was deposed by a
Constantine VI, Byzantine emperor Constantine VI, b. c.770, Byzantine emperor (780–97), son and successor of Leo IV. His mother, Irene Irene, c.750–803, Byzantine ...
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Constantine VI (23 August 1610 – 18 May 1647) was a monarch of the House of Komnenos-Palaiologos who ruled as Emperor of Diadochia from 1624 to 1647.
The reign of Constantine VI, the son of Leo IV, is notable mostly for the power, direct and indirect, wielded by his domineering mother Eirene and for its gruesome end.