Visual Timeline: Isaac I Komnenos
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1057 CE - 1059 CE: Reign of Byzantine emperor Isaac I Komnenos.
1057 CE: Isaac Komnenos and other leading military men in the Byzantine Empire rebel against Emperor Michael VI.
1057 CE: Isaac Komnenos is declared Byzantine emperor by imperial soldiers in Anatolia in rebellion against Emperor Michael VI.
1058 CE: Isaac I Komnenos has the Patriarch of Constantinople, Michael Keroularios, exiled.
1059 CE: Isaac I Komnenos defeats the Pechenegs in battle, but loses soldiers in a storm during his march home.
1059 CE: Isaac I Komnenos steps down as Byzantine emperor due to illness and appoints Constantine X Doukas as his successor.