Anicia Juliana

462 - 527

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Anicia Juliana (Constantinople, 462 – 527/528) was a Late Antique Roman imperial princess, wife of the magister militum of the eastern Roman empire, Areobindus Dagalaiphus Areobindus, patron of the great Church of St Polyeuctus in Constantinople, and owner of the Vienna Dioscurides. She was the daughter of the Roman emperor Olybrius (r. 472) and his wife Placidia, herself the daughter of the emperor Valentinian III (r. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Anicia Juliana has received more than 48,760 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Anicia Juliana is the 516th most popular companion (down from 467th in 2019), the 655th most popular biography from Turkey and the 20th most popular Turkish Companion.

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Among companions, Anicia Juliana ranks 516 out of 687Before her are Isabella of Burgundy, Queen of Germany, Douce I, Countess of Provence, Gisela, Abbess of Chelles, Princess Dagmar of Denmark, Aquilia Severa, and Sallustia Orbiana. After her are Margravine Magdalene Sibylle of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, Alexei Razumovsky, Marie of Champagne, Julia Cornelia Paula, Maria Caterina Brignole, and Princess Thyra of Denmark.

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Among people born in 462, Anicia Juliana ranks 1 Among people deceased in 527, Anicia Juliana ranks 3Before her are Romulus Augustulus and Justin I.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Anicia Juliana ranks 655 out of 1,128Before her are Archelaus of Cappadocia (-50), Bâkî (1526), Sultan Kösen (1982), Crantor (-400), Sait Faik Abasıyanık (1906), and Leyla Gencer (1928). After her are Alexios IV of Trebizond (1382), Zeno of Tarsus (-250), Verina (null), Julia Cornelia Paula (300), Zabel Yesayan (1878), and Hugh III of Cyprus (1235).

Among COMPANIONS In Turkey

Among companions born in Turkey, Anicia Juliana ranks 20Before her are Kaya Sultan (1633), Maria of Antioch (1145), Irene Doukaina (1066), Despina Khatun (1438), Artakama (-350), and Neslişah Sultan (1921). After her are Julia Cornelia Paula (300), Laodice I (-300), Alice of Antioch (1110), Morphia of Melitene (1010), and Marcia Euphemia (500).