Anna Komnene Angelina
|Anna Komnene Angelina|
|Empress consort of Nicaea|
Theodore I Laskaris
|Father||Alexios III Angelos|
|Mother||Euphrosyne Doukaina Kamatera|
Her first marriage was to the sebastokratōr Isaac Komnenos Vatatzes, a great-nephew of the emperor Manuel I Komnenos. They had one daughter, Theodora Angelina. Soon after Anna's father became emperor, in 1195, Isaac Komnenos was dispatched to combat the Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion. He was captured, became a pawn between rival Bulgarian and Vlach factions, and died in chains.
Anna and Isaac had one daughter:
- Theodora Angelina, betrothed to Ivanko of Bulgaria, Dobromir Chrysos, and finally Leopold VI, Duke of Austria.
Anna and Theodore had three daughters and two short-lived sons:
- Nicholas Laskaris (died c. 1212)
- John Laskaris (died c. 1212)
- Irene Doukaina Komnene Laskarina, who married first the general Andronikos Palaiologos and then John III Doukas Vatatzes
- Maria Laskarina, who married King Béla IV of Hungary
- Eudokia Laskarina (born between 1210 and 1212, died between 1247 and 1253), engaged to Robert de Courtenay, married firstly and divorced Frederick II, Duke of Austria, secondly (bef. 1230) Anseau de Cayeux, Governor of Asia Minor
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- Ostrogorsky, George (1956). History of the Byzantine State. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
Anna Komnene AngelinaBorn: c. 1176 Died: 1212
Margaret of Hungary
| Empress consort of Nicaea
Philippa of Armenia
|Titles in pretence|
|— TITULAR —
Byzantine Empress consort in exile
Reason for succession failure:
Constantinopole captured by Latin Crusaders in 1204
Philippa of Armenia