Michael IV the Paphlagonian Timeline

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  • 1034 CE - 1041 CE
    Reign of Byzantine emperor Michael IV the Paphalgonian.
  • 10 Dec 1034 CE
    Romanos III Argyros dies in his bath, possibly through murder.
  • 1035 CE
    The Emir of Sicily, Ahmad al-Akhal, makes a treaty with the Byzantines rendering Sicily a virtual protectorate.
  • 1036 CE
    The Emirs of Mayyafariqin and Harran attack the Byzantine city of Edessa.
  • 1038 CE
    Michael IV the Paphlagonian sends the Dalassenos family into exile on the suspicion that they will rebel.
  • 1038 CE
    Byzantine forces under George Maniakes invade Muslim Sicily.
  • 1039 CE
    The Georgian general Liparit invites the Byzantines into Georgia to help him overthrow King Bagrat IV.
  • 1040 CE
    The Bulgarian leader Deljan starts a major Bulgarian uprising against the Byzantine Empire.
  • 1041 CE
    The Bulgarian lord Alusian betrays the Bulgarian uprising against the Byzantine Empire, allowing the forces of Michael IV the Paphlagonian to suppress it.
  • 1042 CE
    The Byzantines lose Messina, their last base in Sicily.

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1030 CE 1040 CE  
 
 
1034 CE - 1041 CE: Reign of Byzantine emperor Michael IV the Paphalgonian.
 
1034 CE: Romanos III Argyros dies in his bath, possibly through murder.
 
1035 CE: The Emir of Sicily, Ahmad al-Akhal, makes a treaty with the Byzantines rendering Sicily a virtual protectorate.
 
1036 CE: The Emirs of Mayyafariqin and Harran attack the Byzantine city of Edessa.
 
1038 CE: Michael IV the Paphlagonian sends the Dalassenos family into exile on the suspicion that they will rebel.
 
1038 CE: Byzantine forces under George Maniakes invade Muslim Sicily.
 
1039 CE: The Georgian general Liparit invites the Byzantines into Georgia to help him overthrow King Bagrat IV.
 
 
1040 CE: The Bulgarian leader Deljan starts a major Bulgarian uprising against the Byzantine Empire.
 
 
1041 CE: The Bulgarian lord Alusian betrays the Bulgarian uprising against the Byzantine Empire, allowing the forces of Michael IV the Paphlagonian to suppress it.
 
 
1042 CE: The Byzantines lose Messina, their last base in Sicily.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1030 CE 1040 CE

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