Constantine I, Prince of Armenia

1035 - 1102

Constantine I, Prince of Armenia

Constantine I or Kostandin I (1035–1040 / 1050–1055 – c. 1100 / February 24, 1102 – February 23, 1103) was the second lord of Armenian Cilicia or “Lord of the Mountains” (1095 – c. 1100 / 1102 / 1103). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Constantine I, Prince of Armenia has received more than 29,389 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 8,695th most popular politician.

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Among politicians, Constantine I, Prince of Armenia ranks 8,652 out of 14,801Before him are Spurius Cassius Viscellinus, Francesco Saverio Nitti, Philip II, Prince of Taranto, Paul Bremer, Alfons Gorbach, and Jonathan Motzfeldt. After him are Epitácio Pessoa, Leizu, William VII, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel, Józef Haller, Sabin of Bulgaria, and Julius Saturninus.

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Among people born in 1035, Constantine I, Prince of Armenia ranks 7Before him are Vratislaus II of Bohemia, Robert I, Count of Flanders, Henry, son of Robert I of Burgundy, Welf I, Duke of Bavaria, Conrad I, Duke of Bohemia, and Hermann of Salm. After him is Hereward the Wake. Among people deceased in 1102, Constantine I, Prince of Armenia ranks 6Before him are Władysław I Herman, Kerbogha, Stephen, Count of Blois, Antipope Adalbert, and Antipope Theodoric. After him is Vitale I Michiel.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Constantine I, Prince of Armenia ranks 667 out of 901Before him are Ioannis Kolettis (1773), Zipoetes I of Bithynia (-354), Hande Yener (1973), Audoin (541), George of Pisidia (580), and John Argyropoulos (1415). After him are Michael Attaleiates (1021), Verina (null), Cerinthus (100), Darío Moreno (1921), Histiaeus (-550), and Meriones (null).