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Ancestors (and descendant) of Theophanu van Byzantium

Photeinos Skleros
± 910-> 940
Leon Phokas
± 915-> 971
Konstantin Skleros
± 930-> 959
Sophia Phokaina
± 940-> 959

Theophanu van Byzantium


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She is married to Otto II van Saksen Ludolf.

They got married on April 14, 972 at Rome, she was 13 years old.


  1. Mathildis von Saksen  979-1025 

Notes about Theophanu van Byzantium

ook Skleros / Sklerina

Naar Smbat VI von Armenie (Gen 43)

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