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Aelia Verina

eastern court were strengthened when he married the niece of Aelia Verina, turn of events following what is generally seen as the fall of Rome in AD 476.

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Legitimacy and Usurpation in the Age of Zeno
called legitimists, led by the empress Verina, who sistematically opposed Zeno's policy. .. Ant.
HISTORICAL REVIEW
The proclamation of Verina is so important and in- structive a document that it will be well to give it in full; it ran as follows: m.
THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE
His mother-in-law, Aelia Verina, the widow of the former emperor Leo I, had tricked him into fleeing the city in the belief that his life was in danger.
Verona Newsletter-Fall 09:Verona Newsletter-Fall 09 - Verona-pa.com
Ricupero's. Return Service Requested. Verona.
Our Lady of the Lake Parish Family
Aug 21, 2011 32 Lakeside Avenue, Verona, New Jersey 07044. We, the Church of . likes to go by “Packy”), Kyle Thomas, Amelia Weiss, Mike.

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Archaic Silver and German Gold
Of particular interest to the aficionado of history may well be the extremely rare solidus of Aelia Verina, struck between A. D. 462 and 465.

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Roman Emperors - DIR Verina
Aug 11, 2004 Aelia Verina (Wife of Leo I). Geoffrey B. Greatrex University of Ottawa.
Verina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aelia Verina (died 484) was the Empress consort of Leo I of the Byzantine Empire . She was a sister of Basiliscus.
File:Tremissis-Aelia Verina-s4344.jpg - Wikipedia, the free
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Aelia Verina, Roman Imperial Coins reference at WildWinds.com
Browsing Roman Imperial Coins of Aelia Verina. Browse the Aelia Verina page with thumbnail images. Wife of Leo I.
Roman Women on Coins
Part 3: Helena to Aelia Verina. Helena, mother of Constantinus I, Follis. Theodora , wife of Constantius I, AE.

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