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Nativitas: 2 Septembris 905; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Obitus: 9 Novembris 959; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Patria: Imperium Romanum Orientale

Principatus

Caesar 908913
imperator 913920 et 945959
Praecessor:
Successor:
Coronamentum Constantini VII. Ioannes Scylitzes, Synopsis historiarum: Bibliotheca Nationalis Hispanica Cod. Vitr. 26-2 f. 114v (saec. XII)

Constantinus VII Porphyrogenitus (Graece: Κωνσταντῖνος Πορφυρογέννητος) fuit Imperator Romanus Orientalis ab anno 913 usque ad 959 in quo anno mortuus est.

Constantinus anno 905 in cubiculo purpureo palatii Constantinopolitani natus est, filius Zoae Carbonopsinae imperatorisque Leonis VI. Inter annos 913-944 fuit una cum Romano I Lecapeno imperator, ab anno 944 solus. Bella contra Arabes et Hungaros gessit, qui imperium eo tempore aggrederentur. In matrimonium duxit Helenam, Romani filiam, et ex ea genuit:

Imperator Constantinus VII, studiosissimus litterarum scientiarumque veterum Graecorum, scripsit cum amanuensibu nonnulla opera nova de imperio Byzantino necnon collectanea librorum antiquorum. In his libris multa scripta classica servata sunt quae aliter deperdita essent, e quibus fragmenta Polybii, Diodori Siculi, Flavii Iosephi, Dionis Cassii, Prisci, Menandri Protectoris, Cassiani Bassi. Constantinus die 9 Novembris 959 mortuus est.

Opera Constantini VII et scriptorii sui[recensere | fontem recensere]

Originalia
Excerpta scriptorum antiquorum

Fontes de vita et principatu[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographica
Editiones operum variorum
  • Spyridon P. Lambros, ed., Excerptorum Constantini de natura animalium libri duo; Aristophanis historiae animalium epitome. Berolini: Reimer, 1885 (Supplementum Aristotelicum vol. 1 pars i) Textus apud archive.org
Eruditio
  • Arnold Toynbee, Constantine Porphyrogenitus and His World. Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 1973. ISBN 0-19-215253-X
  • Catherine Holmes, "Byzantine Political Culture and Compilation Literature in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: Some Preliminary Inquiries" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers vol. 64 (2010) pp. 55-80 JSTOR
Aliae encyclopaediae

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