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Justinian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Meister von San Vitale in Ravenna 008.jpg Theodora
Θεοδώρα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}},
Theodora Augusta{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 500 9 August 527 Wife of Justinian I. 28 June 548
Sophia
Σοφία{{#invoke:Category handler|main}},
Aelia Sophia Augusta{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
568 Wife of Justin II, intermittent regent. c. 601
Ino Anastasia
Ἰνὼ{{#invoke:Category handler|main}},
Aelia Anastasia Augusta{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
578 Wife of Emperor Tiberius II. 593
Maurice follis with Constantina and Theodosius, Cherson mint.jpg Constantina
Κωνσταντῖνα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 560 582 Wife of Emperor Maurice. c. 605
Leontia
Λεοντία{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
602 Wife of Emperor Phocas.


Heraclian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
main}} 639 Daughter of Heraclius.
Martina
Μαρτίνα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
639 Second wife of Heraclius.
Fausta
Φαύστα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 630 642 Wife of Constans II. After 668

Isaurian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Maria
Μαρία{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
25 August 718 Wife of Emperor Leo III the Isaurian.
Anna
Ἄννα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
741–742 Wife of Artabasdos.
Eudokia
Ευδοκια{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
1 April 769 Third wife of Emperor Constantine V.
Solidus-Irene-sb1599.jpg Irene of Athens
Eἰρήνη η Ἀθηναία{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 752 17 December 769 Wife of Emperor Leo IV the Khazar, empress dowager and regent from 780 to 797. 9 August 803

Nikephorian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Prokopia
Προκοπία{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 770 12 October 811 Daughter of Emperor Nikephoros I and wife of Michael I Rhangabe. After 813

Amorian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Solidus-Michael III-sb1686.jpg Theodora
Θεοδώρα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 815 830 Wife of Emperor Theophilos and regent. After 867
MadridSkylitzesDaughtersOfTheodoraFol44v.jpg Thekla
Θέκλα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
830s Daughter of Theophilos.
MadridSkylitzesDaughtersOfTheodoraFol44v.jpg main}} 830s Daughter of Emperor Theophilos.
MadridSkylitzesDaughtersOfTheodoraFol44v.jpg main}} 830s Daughter of Emperor Theophilos.

Macedonian dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Zoe Zaoutzaina
Ζωή Ζαούτζαινα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
898 Third wife of Leo VI the Wise May 899
Theodora
Θεοδώρα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
921 Wife of Romanos I. 20 February 922
Helena Lekapene
Ἑλένη Λεκαπηνή{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 910 February 922 Wife of Constantine VII. 19 September 961
main}} February 922 Wife of Christopher Lekapenos.
main}} 933 Daughter of Gabalas and wife of Stephen Lekapenos.

Komnenid dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Catherine of Bulgaria
Αἰκατερίνη{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
before 1018 1057 Empress-consort of Emperor Isaac I Komnenos. after 1059

Doukid dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Romanus IV histamenon with co-rulers.jpg Eudokia Makrembolitissa
Ευδοκία Μακρεμβολίτισσα{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
c. 1021 1059–1067 Second wife of Emperor Constantine X Doukas and later became the wife of Emperor Romanos IV Diogenes. 1096

Komnenid dynasty

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Portrait Name Birth Date of naming Description Death
Anna Dalassena
Ἄννα Δαλασσηνή{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}
1025 1081 Mother of Emperor Alexios I Komnenos. 1102

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