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Pardos was the catepan of Italy briefly in 1042 following the short term of George Maniakes. In July 1042, Maniakes was disgraced and recalled by Constantine IX Monomachos at the behest of , brother of the emperor's mistress. According to Johannes Skylitzes, Romanus had even raped Maniakes' wife. In September 1042, Pardo arrived with an army at Otranto to take over command from Maniakes. According to Lupus Protospatharius, he brought a chrysobull, but the meaning of this is uncertain. Pardos was accompanied by , who, though under the jurisdiction of the Roman see, was apparently a Byzantine loyal, and by Tubaki, a protospatharius. It is probable that the archbishop had joined the catepan in a prior landing, during which the Greeks had negotiated with the Lombard rebel leader Argyrus. Subse

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  • Ο Πάρδος ήταν βυζαντινός στρατηγός και Κατεπάνω της Ιταλίας για λίγες ημέρες το 1042 μετά από αποχή για σύντομο χρονικό διάστημα του Γεωργίου Μανιάκη. Τον Σεπτέμβριο 1042, ο Πάρδος έφτασε με το στρατό στο Οτράντο για να αναλάβει τη διοίκηση από τον Μανιάκη ο οποίος είχε διαβαλεί από τον Ρωμανός Σκληρός στον αυτοκράτορα. Σύμφωνα με τον Λύκο πρωτοσπαθάριο, έφερε ένα χρυσόβουλο , αλλά το νόημα του είναι αβέβαιο. Ο Πάρδος συνοδευόταν από τον Νικόλαο Αρχιεπίσκοπο του Μπάρι, ο οποίος, αν και ήταν υπό τη δικαιοδοσία του πάπα της Ρώμης, ήταν πιστός στους βυζαντινούς, και από τον έναν πρωτοσπαθάριο.
  • Pardos was the catepan of Italy briefly in 1042 following the short term of George Maniakes. In July 1042, Maniakes was disgraced and recalled by Constantine IX Monomachos at the behest of , brother of the emperor's mistress. According to Johannes Skylitzes, Romanus had even raped Maniakes' wife. In September 1042, Pardo arrived with an army at Otranto to take over command from Maniakes. According to Lupus Protospatharius, he brought a chrysobull, but the meaning of this is uncertain. Pardos was accompanied by , who, though under the jurisdiction of the Roman see, was apparently a Byzantine loyal, and by Tubaki, a protospatharius. It is probable that the archbishop had joined the catepan in a prior landing, during which the Greeks had negotiated with the Lombard rebel leader Argyrus. Subse
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  • Ο Πάρδος ήταν βυζαντινός στρατηγός και Κατεπάνω της Ιταλίας για λίγες ημέρες το 1042 μετά από αποχή για σύντομο χρονικό διάστημα του Γεωργίου Μανιάκη. Τον Σεπτέμβριο 1042, ο Πάρδος έφτασε με το στρατό στο Οτράντο για να αναλάβει τη διοίκηση από τον Μανιάκη ο οποίος είχε διαβαλεί από τον Ρωμανός Σκληρός στον αυτοκράτορα. Σύμφωνα με τον Λύκο πρωτοσπαθάριο, έφερε ένα χρυσόβουλο , αλλά το νόημα του είναι αβέβαιο. Ο Πάρδος συνοδευόταν από τον Νικόλαο Αρχιεπίσκοπο του Μπάρι, ο οποίος, αν και ήταν υπό τη δικαιοδοσία του πάπα της Ρώμης, ήταν πιστός στους βυζαντινούς, και από τον έναν πρωτοσπαθάριο. Οι Πάρδος και Τουμπάκι ο πρωτοσπαθάριος συνελήφθησαν στο Οτράντο, και εκτελέστηκαν από τον Μανιάκη, ο οποίος στην συνέχεια αναγορεύτηκε αυτοκράτορας από το στράτευμα.
  • Pardos was the catepan of Italy briefly in 1042 following the short term of George Maniakes. In July 1042, Maniakes was disgraced and recalled by Constantine IX Monomachos at the behest of , brother of the emperor's mistress. According to Johannes Skylitzes, Romanus had even raped Maniakes' wife. In September 1042, Pardo arrived with an army at Otranto to take over command from Maniakes. According to Lupus Protospatharius, he brought a chrysobull, but the meaning of this is uncertain. Pardos was accompanied by , who, though under the jurisdiction of the Roman see, was apparently a Byzantine loyal, and by Tubaki, a protospatharius. It is probable that the archbishop had joined the catepan in a prior landing, during which the Greeks had negotiated with the Lombard rebel leader Argyrus. Subsequently, Argyrus abandoned the Lombard cause for the Greek. Pardos and Tubaki were arrested at Otranto, however, and executed by Maniakes, who was acclaimed emperor by his troops.
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