LEV I McKell( Byzantine Emperor)
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McKell Leo I Byzantine emperor in 457 - 474 years. Genus. app. 400 g. + 18 January. 474 g. Leo was born in Dacia (Candid: 1). It is rumored that in his youth he was a butcher, and in the capital, though for a long time showed wishing to shop, where he sold meat, along with his wife Vera's (Dashkov: 'Lion McKell'). He later commanded detachments of troops and the rules Silimbrieyu (Candid: 1). When he died the Emperor Marcian, commanders Aspar and Ardavupy (father and son) built the Lion, who served as their supervisor, to the Byzantine throne. They hoped that would be for him to manage an empire, but miscalculated (Theophanes: 461). In 463 g. there was a rift between. Because of this quarrel Leo called Isaurian federates and brought them to his commander Tarasikodissu Rusumvladesta, to whom he gave the name Zinon and for whom married his daughter Ariadne. Ardavury because of disagreement with the Emperor even think to subdue Isaurian. But the intrigues of his open, and Leo ordered the killing of Aspara and his sons. Zinon was appointed commander of the East. Since the subjects were biased against Zinon, Leo, dying, proclaimed emperor of his grandson, the son of Zinonova Leo II (Candide: 1). According to Malchus, Leo was the happiest of kings. He was terrible as subservient, and those barbarians, to whom heard rumors about him. However, he differed greed: many subjects stole and ruined the people of the estate tax (Malchus: 3).