Ioannes VI Cantacuzenus

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Nativitas: 1295; Constantinopolis mediaevalis
Obitus: 15 Iunii 1383; Myzethras
Patria: Imperium Romanum Orientale

Principatus

31 Martii 134710 Decembris 1354
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Ioannes VI Cantacuzenus (Graece Ἰωάννης Καντακουζηνός; natus anno circiter 1292; mortuus die 15 Iunii 1383) fuit imperator Byzantinus et rerum aevo suo gestarum scriptor. Fuit filius Michaelis Cantacuzeni, Moreae despotae, quem e Theodora Palaeologina Angelina genuit.

Demetrius Cydones sub hoc principatu mesazon seu primus minister meruit annis 1347-1354.

Ioannes Cantacuzenus in matrimonium duxit Irenam Asaninam et ex ea genuit:

Imperator fuit ab anno 1347 usque ad 1354. Ab imperio deiectus in Monasterium Sancti Georgii in Manganis recedit. Ibi vitam monasticam suscepit et historiam temporis sui composuit, ab anno 1320 incipiens, ad annum 1356 pergens.

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Editiones operum
  • Jean Meyendorff, "Projets de Concile Oecuménique en 1367: Un dialogue inédit entre Jean Cantacuzène et le légat Paul" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers vol. 14 (1960) pp. 147-177 JSTOR
Eruditio
  • Michael Angold, "The Autobiographical Impulse in Byzantium" in Dumbarton Oaks Papers vol. 52 (1998) pp. 225-257 JSTOR
  • Donald M. Nicol, The Reluctant Emperor. A Biography of John Cantacuzene, Byzantine Emperor and Monk, c. 1295-1383. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1996
  • C. J. G. Turner, "A Slavonic Version of John Cantacuzenus's against Islam" in Slavonic and East European Review vol. 51 (1973) pp. 113-117 JSTOR

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