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Theodore, abbot of Studion: his flattery
of Irene, 4; relations to Theoktistos,
26; views on election of Patriarch
in 806 A.D., 32 sq.; creates schism
on Moechian question, 34 sqq.;
genealogy of, 35; godson of Theo-
phanes, 36; exile, 37; correspond-
ence, ib.; letter to Empress Theo-
dosia, 56; opposition to Leo V.,
64; protest against Caesaropapism,
65; theory of image-worship, 70;
agitation against Leo V., 71; exiled
and persecuted, ib. sqq.; on second
marriage of Michael II., 111;
released from prison, 112; satisfac-
tion at death of Leo V., ib. ; works
for image-worship under Michael II.,
113 sqq.; death, 116; body removed
to Studion, 116 sq., 182; doctrine
of ecclesiastical government, 180 sq.;
urges war with Bulgaria, 348; collec-
tions of his letters, Appendix I.
Theodore Krateros, 266, 267, 271
Theodore Kupharas, 374, 385
Theodore Môros, 197

Theodore, oekonomos of St. Sophia, 117
Theodore, protospatharios, governor of
Naples, 310

Theodore, stratêgos, envoy of Michael
II. to Lewis, 117

Theodosia, Empress, wife of Leo V.,=
Barca, 27, 50, 55 sq., 66
Theodosiopolis, 261
Theodosius III., Emperor, 339
Theodosius Babutzikos, 273
Theodosius, bishop of Chalcedon, 273
Theodosius of Melitene, Chronicle, 456 sq.
Theodosius Salibaras, 218, 342, 345
Theodote, Empress (of Constantine VI.),
34; kinship to Theodore Stud.,
35; brothers, 41


Theodotos Kassiteras, Patriarch of Con-
stantinople family of, 25; friend of
Michael I., 25; supports Leo V. in
iconoclasm, 59, 67; Patriarch, 68
sq., 75; death, 114 sq.; caricatured,
431

Theodotos, commander in Sicily, 303 sq.
Theognostos, Exarch of Monasteries, 198
sq., 469

Theognostos, historian, 479
Theoktiste, mother of Empress Theodora,
126, 142 sq.
Theoktistos, quaestor, 5; joins in plot
against Irene, ib.'; magister, 16;
works for the cause of Michael
Rangabé, 17 sqq.; influence, 26;
advises him not to abdicate, 27;
urges war with Bulgaria, 348
Theoktistos, Logothete of Course, helps

in conspiracy against Leo V., 52;
regent for Michael III., 144, 154

sqq.; share in restoring images, 145
sqq.; power under Theodora, 154
sqq.; house of, in Palace, 155;
murder of, 157 sqq.; expedition to
Abasgia, 274; expedition to Crete,
291; patronizes Constantine the
Philosopher, 394, 395, 439; intro-
duces Leo the Philosopher to Theo-
philus, 437
Theoktistos Bryennios, 379
Theophanes, chronographer: tendency

and partiality, 6, 7, 13, 34, 354 ;
on fiscal policy of Nicephorus, 217;
last portion of his work, 20, 352,
354, 356, 357; disagreement with
Theodore Stud., 38, 181; perse-
cution of, by Leo V.,
74;
date of
death, ib.

Theophanes, brother of Empress Theo-
dosia, 67
Theophanes of Farghana, protovestiarios,
157, 238
Theophanes Graptos, see Theodore
Graptos; bishop of Nicaea, 138
Theophano, Empress: marriage to Stau-
racius, 15; influence over him, 17 sq.;
retires to cloister, 21, 23
Theophano, daughter of Michael I., 14
Theophilitzes, see Theophilus Paideuo-

menos

Theophilus, Emperor: coronation, 80;

marriage, 80 sqq.; activity against
Thomas, 95, 99; administration,
120 sqq.; love of justice, 122 sq.;
laws, 124; family, 126 and Ap-
pendix VI.; triumphs, 127 sqq.,
261; buildings, 129 sqq.; icono-
clastic policy, 135 sqq.'; death, 143;
not anathematized, 145 sqq.; ad-
ministrative changes in Themes,
222 sq.; financial solvency, 219,
231; war with Saracens, 252 sqq.,
472 sqq. life endangered in battle,
257, 473; embassies to Saracens,
476; embassies to the Franks, 273,
331; embassy to Venice, 312;
Slavonic movements in Greece
against, 379; relations with Khazars
and Cherson, 416 sqq.; encourages
secular art, 430 sq.; encourages
learning, 435 sqq.; coins, Appendix
VI.

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Theosteriktos, Vita Nicetae Mediciani, 8,
453

Thessalonica, 35, 223, 371, 393, 399,
438, 442

Thessalonica, vicariate of, 194 sq., 197
Thirty Years' Treaty with Bulgaria,
360 sqq., 462 sq.

Thomas the Slavonian, birth, 11; sup-
ports Bardanes, ib.; Turmarch of
the Federates, 46; revolt against
Leo V., 48, 54, 85; civil war with
Michael II., 84 sqq.; coronation at
Antioch, 88 sq.; death, 105 sq.;
attitude of leading image-worshippers
to, 116; 252, 288; chronology of
revolt, Appendix V.

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Utigurs, 409

Uzes, 411, 415, 424

Valentine, Duke of Venice, 324
Vandals (?), 89
Varangians, 422

Vaspurakan, 264 sq.
Veligosti, 376

Venice operations in defence of Sicily,
301 sq.; changes of seat of govern-
ment, 321 sq., 327; commerce,
322, 326; history of, in ninth
century, 323 sqq.; churches, 327;
beginning of independence, 328;
warships, ib.

Verbits, pass of, 339, 344, 368
Veregava, pass of, 339, 368
Verisa, 282

Versinicia, battle of, 26, 350 sqq.
Vezir, Grand, 236
Viatichi, 412

Vigla (Biyλa), see Arithmos
Vladimir, son of Boris, 373
Vlastimir, Servian ruler, 372
Vyshegrad, 413

Vytitshev, 413

Walachia, 337

Waldrade, Queen, 200
Wall, Long, of Thrace, 224, 228
Wardrobe (τὸ βασιλικὸν βεστιάριον),
210, 212; Chartulary of, 211
Wardrobe, Private (τὸ οἰκειακὸν βεστι-
ápiov), 210 (see Protovestiarios)
Wardrobe of the Caesar, 171
Wathik, Caliph, 234, 271, 274

Xerolopha, 112
Xerxes, 283

Yahya al-Ghazzal, 83, 273

Zacharias, bishop of Anagni, 193, 199
Zacharias, bishop of Chalcedon, 201
Zacharias, bishop of Tauromenium, 184
Zagora, 384

Zapetra, 244, 251, 254, 260, 262, 472
Zara, 329

Zatts, 276

Zela, 265, 282
Zêlix, 182
Zerkunes, 293
Zeugma, 472

Ziadat Allah, Aghlabid Emir, 297 sq., 304
Zichs, 89

Zimmi, 276

Zoe, Empress, wife of Leo VI., 289

Zoropassos, 264

Zosimas, monk, 61

Zubaidah, Princess, 251

Zuhair, African general in Sicily, 303

Zupans, 334
Zvenitzes, 451

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