Justinian II Timeline

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660 CE 670 CE 680 CE 690 CE 700 CE 710 CE  
 
668 CE: Birth of Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
685 CE - 695 CE: First reign of Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
691 CE - 692 CE: Byzantine emperor Justinian II convenes the Council in Trullo to decide on rules for Christians.
 
 
695 CE: The usurper Leontios exiles Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
698 CE: The Byzantine ruler Leontios is exiled by the usurper Apsimar (aka Tiberios III).
 
 
705 CE - 711 CE: Second reign of Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
705 CE: Justinian II besieges Constantinople and reinstates himself as Byzantine emperor, removing the usurper Tiberios III.
 
 
709 CE: Byzantine Tyana in Cappadocia is lost to the Arabs.
 
 
711 CE: Pope Constantine visits Constantinople at the invitation of Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
711 CE: The general and usurper Philippikos murders Byzantine emperor Justinian II.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
660 CE 670 CE 680 CE 690 CE 700 CE

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