Andronicus (13771378)

Andronicus (Androni`cus) , the name of four Byzantine emperors: A. I., Comnenus, killed his ward, Alexis II., usurped the throne, and was put to death, 1183; A. II., lived to see the empire devastated by the Turks (1282-1328); A. III., grandson of the preceding, dethroned him, fought stoutly against the Turks without staying their advances (1328-1341); A. IV. dethroned his father, Soter V., and was immediately stripped of his possessions himself (13771378).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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