Basilius I Macedonius

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Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Nativitas: 811; Hadrianopolis
Obitus: 29 Augusti 886; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Patria: Imperium Romanum Orientale

Principatus

867886
Praecessor:
Successor:

Basilius I, saepe Macedonius vocatus, Graece Βασίλειος ὁ Μακεδῶν (natus circa 811, mortuus 29 Augusti 886) fuit Imperator Byzantinum ab anno 867 usque ad mortem. Ut nomen suum denotat, Basilius fuit primus Imperator et conditor eminentis Dynastiae Macedoniae. Quamquam a se ortus est, peritus politicorum et administrandi fuit, praesidens aevo aureo arte Byzantina et restituens imperium imperatorium.

Vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Verba quae insequuntur vicificanda sunt ut rationibus qualitatis et Latinitatis propositis obtemperent. Quaesumus emenda.

Basilius Armenianis parentibus natus est anno 811 in thema Macedonia.[1] Traditur paucis eum esse Slavum, sed historici aliquam arguunt hoc famam esse.[2] Hae famae ortae sunt ab Arabis, qui omnes Macedonios esse Slavos putant.[3] Basilius primum Armeniace locutus est, et tandem Graece, sed accentu magno.[4] Inter magnam partem pueritae, Basilius ut captivus habitabant Bulgariae, quo familia sua, capta, ablata erat ab Krum Bulgariae. Basilius ibi habitavit ad annum 836, ubi is ad terras Byzantinas in Thracia exfugit.[5]

Fontes de vita et principatu[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Treadgold, Warren, A History of the Byzantine State and Society (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997. ISBN 0-8047-2630-2) p. 455
  2. Bury, Iohannes Bagnell, A History of the Eastern Roman Empire, from the Fall of Irene to the Accession of Basil I, A.D. 802-867 (Londinii: Macmillan, 1912) p. 165.
  3. Bury. Eastern Roman Empire, p. 165.
  4. Norwich, Iohannes Iulius (1991). Byzantium: The Apogee. editus ab "New York: Viking". p. 79. ISBN 0-394-53779-3.
  5. Treadgold. "Byzantine State and Society", p. 455
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