1. Sevarics

    WI: Manuel Komnenos doesn’t die prior to the Battle of Manzikert

    So IOTL, Alexios I Komnenos’s eldest brother, Manuel, died in spring of 1071. He was married to a female Diogenes and Romanos was increasingly relying on Manuel to lead militarily. After he died, Romanos had to rely on the traitorous Doukai who ultimately abandoned him at Manzikert. So what if...
  2. Sevarics

    WI: Theodore Komnenos Doukas, Emperor of Thessalonica, captures Constantinople in 1230

    As the tin says, what if Theodore Komnenos Doukas, Emperor of Thessalonica, avoided being defeated by the Bulgarians and successfully captured Constantinople in 1230? Up until his defeat and capture by the Bulgarians, Theodore and the Empire of Thessalonica had been expanding rapidly in the...
  3. Eparkhos

    The Undying Empire: A Trebizond Timeline
    Threadmarks: Table of Contents

    T H E U N D Y I N G E M P I R E a timeline by Eparkhos In the void left by the collapse of the Byzantine Empire in 1204, the exiled scions of the Komnenos Dynasty were able to stage a victorious return to their homeland, establishing the...
  4. Averious

    The Eagle of the East, Rhomania: An Eastern Roman Timeline (1196 - 1245)
    Threadmarks: Part 1; 1196-1198 - The Grypads Rise

    "Let none say that God's Chosen People have not struggled; yet in His Wisdom, we endure through greatness held aloft by our Basileus," - Attributed to Mathew I Psenas, Patriarch of Constantinople, successor of George II, 1204. -- Hello everyone! I've had a timeline of this sort swirling around...
  5. What if the Byzantine Komnenoi were never overthrown by the Angeloi?

    Introduction: The Komnenos dynasty presided over an era of prosperity for the Byzantine Empire known as the Komnenian Restoration. Their overthrow led to the rise of the incompetent house of Angelos, which failed to stop the Turks, Bulgarians, and Crusaders, and Isaac II Angelos' Latin-backed...
  6. Sevarics

    WI: Alexios and Andronikos Komnenos, eldest sons of Emperor John II Komnenos, hadn’t died early?

    As the tin says. Alexios and Andronikos were John’s most capable sons and campaigned heavily with him. Alexios has already been crowned his co-emperor. Unfortunately first Alexios and then Andronikos died prematurely from diseases while campaigning with their father. What if their illnesses...