|Empress Eudoxia INGERINA
Empress Eudoxia INGERINA
- Married: 865, Constantinople
- Died: 882
- Buried: Church of the Holy Apostles, Constantinople
Symeon Magister records that "Basilium" married "Eudocia Ingerina" in the eleventh year of the reign of Emperor Mikhael III. She was previously the mistress of Emperor Mikhael III, from whom Empress Theodora obliged her to separate in 855. Presumably she was the mistress of Basileios before eventually marrying him. The Vita Basilii names "Ingeris filia" and in a later passage "uxor…Eudocia". Emperor Konstantinos VII's De Ceremoniis Aulæ records that "Basilium et eius uxorem Eudociam et filiam Alexandrum" were buried in the church of the Holy Apostles. 1
Eudoxia married Basileos I MAMIKONIAN, Byzantine Emperor, son of [Konstantinos] MAMIKONIAN of Adrianople and Pankalo [BAGRATUNI], in 865 in Constantinople. (Basileos I MAMIKONIAN was born between 826 and 835 in Chariopolis, Thrace, Macedonia and died on 29 Aug 886.)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Basileios.