Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Θεοφανώ Μαρτινιακή»

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The chronicle of [[Symeon Metaphrastes]] places the marriage of Leo VI and Theophano in the sixteenth year of the reign of [[Basil I]] (c. 883). Basil was the official father of Leo VI by [[Eudokia Ingerina]]. However Eudokia was the mistress of his predecessor [[Michael III]] who was suspected to be the natural father of the prince.
 
In any case the marriage was arranged by Basil I and forced on Leo VI. The poor relation of father and son may have played a part in the eventual failure of this marriage. Basil died on 29 August, [[886]]. Leo succeeded him to the throne and Theophano became his empress.
 
She was an educated and deeply religious woman. According to the Byzantine tradition of [[hagiography]] about her, Theophano devoted most of her days to [[prayer]]s, psalms and [[hymn]]s to [[God in Christianity|God]]. She was reportedly the builder or patron of the Monastery of [[Anastasia of Sirmium|Saint Anastasia]] the Protector from Potions (''Hagia Anastasia Pharmacolytria'') in [[Heybeliada|Halki]] island, the second largest of the [[Princes' Islands]] in the [[Sea of Marmara]], near [[Constantinople]].
 
==Death and canonization==
Theophano died in her monastery on 10 November, [[897]]. According to Theophanes, Leo and Zoe proceeded to marry at this point. Both Symeon and Theophanes agree that Zoe was only crowned Augusta following the death of her predecessor.
 
Theophano was [[Glorification|glorified]] ([[canonization|canonized]] a [[saint]]) by the [[Orthodox Church]] following her death. Her feast day is [[December 16 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)|16 December]] of the [[Eastern Orthodox Church calendar]]. After her death, her husband built a church, intending to dedicate it to her. When he was forbidden to do so, he decided to dedicate it to "All Saints," so that if his wife were in fact one of the righteous, she would also be honored whenever its [[feast day]] was celebrated.<ref>{{Citation | title = Synaxis of All Saints | publisher = [[Orthodox Church in America]] | date = | year = 2010 | url = http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsViewer.asp?SID=4&ID=1&FSID=48 | accessdate = 11 March 2008}}</ref> According to [[Sacred Tradition|tradition]], it was Leo who expanded the celebration on the Sunday following [[Pentecost]] from a commemoration of All Martyrs to a general commemoration of [[All Saints]], whether martyrs or not.<ref>{{Citation | title = The Great [[Horologion]] or [[Book of Hours]] | place = Boston MA | publisher = Holy Transfiguration Monastery | year = 1997 | page =635 | isbn = 0-943405-08-4}}</ref>
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