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Agnes, of France, 1171-1220?


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    • Agnès, de France, 1171-1220?
    • Agnès, di Francia, 1171-1220?
    • Anna, di Bisanzio, 1171-1220?
    • Anna, Empress, consort of Alexius II Comnenus, Emperor of the East, 1171-1220?
    • Anna, Empress, consort of Andronicus I Comnenus, Emperor of the East, 1171-1220?
    • Hagnē, tēs Gallias, 1171-1220?
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    • Hagnē, hē Phranka, 1171-1220
  • Sources

    • found: Kyriazēs, Kōstas D. Hagnē hē Phranka, 1980:title page (Hagnē hē Phranka)
    • found: Dictionnaire d'histoire de France(Agnès de France (1171-1220); daughter of Louis VII, King of France; married to Alexis Comnenus, Emperor of the East, and then to Andronicus Comnenus, Emperor of the East; in 1204, she married Théodore Branas, a Byzantine nobleman)
    • found: Megale Hellenike enkyklopaideia(Hagnē hē Phranka, as Empress of the East changed her name to Anna; after being married to two Emperors she was remarried to a Byzantine nobleman, Theodore Branas)
    • found: Papyros-Larous(Hagnē tēs Gallias; Hagnē hē Phranka)
    • found: L'impero perduto, 2006:title page (Anna di Bisanzio) page 3 (Agnès di Francia)
    • found: Eustathius, Archbishop of Thessalonica. Secular orations 1167/8 to 1179, 2013:page 147 (Agnes of France)
    • found: Oxford dictionary of Byzantium, 1991:volume 1, page 37 (Agnes of France; Byzantine empress from 1180 to 1185; born circa 1171/72; died after 1204; daughter of Louis VII and Adèle of Champagne; upon arriving in Constantinople, she was renamed "Anna" and wedded first Alexios II and then his heir, Andronikos I; she later married Theodore Branas)
    • found: English Wikipedia, viewed April 19, 2018(Agnes of France, Byzantine Empress; Agnes of France, renamed Anna (1171-after 1204); she disappears from the historical record after 1204; her death date is sometimes given as 1220 or even "after 1240", but no primary source for these dates has been identified)
    • found: French Wikipedia, viewed April 19, 2018(Agnès de France; born in France around 1170; died around 1220)
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    • 1982-10-14: new
    • 2018-04-20: revised
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