Thoros II, Prince of Armenia

1200 - 1169

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Thoros II, Prince of Armenia, also known as Toros II the Great (Armenian: Թորոս Բ) or Thoros II the Great, (unknown – February 6, 1169) was the sixth Lord of Armenian Cilicia from the Rubenid dynasty from 1144/1145–1169. Referred to as the “Lord of the Mountains”Thoros (together with his father, Leo I and his brother, Roupen) was taken captive and imprisoned in Constantinople in 1137 after the Byzantine Emperor John II Comnenus during his campaign against Cilicia and the Principality of Antioch, successfully had laid siege to Gaban and Vahka (currently, Feke in Turkey). All Cilicia remained under Byzantine rule for eight years.Unlike his father and brother, Thoros survived his incarceration in Constantinople and was able to escape in 1143. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Thoros II, Prince of Armenia has received more than 27,904 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Thoros II, Prince of Armenia is the 9,580th most popular politician (down from 7,830th in 2019).

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Among politicians, Thoros II, Prince of Armenia ranks 9,580 out of 15,710Before him are Inoue Kaoru, Alessandro Nannini, John I Doukas of Thessaly, Manuel Komnenos, Cai E, and Prince Friedrich Leopold of Prussia. After him are Arvid Lindman, Ferdinand Albert I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern, Sobekemsaf I, Brian Mulroney, Dara Shukoh, and Bertrand Delanoë.

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Among people born in 1200, Thoros II, Prince of Armenia ranks 45Before him are Lembitu, Matthew Paris, Marco I Sanudo, Kilij Arslan III, Bretislav III, and Tashfin ibn Ali. After him are Robert of Chester, Aimeric de Peguilhan, Dirk VII, Count of Holland, Othon de la Roche, Mleh, Prince of Armenia, and John X of Constantinople. Among people deceased in 1169, Thoros II, Prince of Armenia ranks 5Before him are Manco Cápac, Shirkuh, Bertrand de Blanchefort, and Shawar.

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