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Comnenus

[ kom-nee-nuhs ]
/ kɒmˈni nəs /
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noun
a dynasty of Byzantine emperors that ruled at Constantinople, 1057?–1185, and at Trebizond in Asia Minor, 1204–1461?.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Comnenus

Com·ne·ni·an [kom-nee-nee-uhn], /kɒmˈni ni ən/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Comnenus

Comnenus
/ (kɒmˈniːnəs) /

noun
an important Byzantine family from which the imperial dynasties of Constantinople (1057–59; 1081–1185) and Trebizond (1204–1461) derived
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