Category:Maria Palaiologina

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English: Maria Palaiologina was an illegitimate daughter of the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos (ruled 1258-1282), the wife of the Mongol ruler Abaqa Khan, and an influential Christian leader among the Mongols. After Abaqa's death she became the leader of a Monastery in Constantinople, which was popularly named after her, Church of Saint Mary of the Mongols.


María Paleóloga (es); Maria Palaiologina (fr); Marija Paleolog (hr); Maria Paleòleg (ca); Maria Palaiologina (de); Maria Paleóloga (pt); Марыя Дэспіна Мангольская (be); Մարիա Պալեոլոգինա (hy); Мария-Деспина Палеологина (bg); Марија Палеологина (sr); デスピナ (ja); Μαρία Δέσποινα Παλαιολογίνα (el); Maria Palaiologina (id); ماريا باليولوجينا (arz); Maria Paleologini (pl); Maria Palaiologina (nb); Maria Palaiologina (nl); מריה דספינה (he); 玛丽亚·帕里奥洛吉娜 (zh); Марія Палеолог (uk); Dəspinə xatun (az); Maria Palaiologina (en); ماريا باليولوجينا (ar); Maria Palaiologina (cs); Мария Деспина Монгольская (ru) Byzantine wife of 13th century Mongol ruler, Abaqa Khan (en); Byzantinische Prinzessin, Gemahlin des Ilchans Abaga (de); kloosterzuster uit Byzantijnse Rijk (-) (nl) Maria Paleologina (es); Мария Монгольская, Деспина Монгольская, Деспина Палеолог (ru); Δέσποινα Χατούν, Μαρία των Μογγόλων (el); Despina, Despina Khatun (en)
Maria Palaiologina 
Byzantine wife of 13th century Mongol ruler, Abaqa Khan
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Name in native languageΜαρία Παλαιολογίνα
Date of birth13th century (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Nicaea
Date of death13th century (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
Istanbul
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  • Diplovatatzina
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  • Oljath
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