Nikephoritzes removed from government of Antioch & put in prison there

Summary:
Eudokia, who had been slandered by Nikephoritzes, on her accession sent a decree to Antioch ordering his imprisonment. Later, on the accession of Roamonos IV, Nikephoritzes was banished to an island 
Dates:
1067 
Empress Eudokia Makrembolitissa (Eudokia 1)
  • Was accused of adultery to the emperor (Konstantinos 10 Doukas) by Nikephoros 63, who did this out of hatred for his colleague Michael 5004 of Nikomedeia, and after her accession she sent a decree to Antioch ordering his imprisonment (:) κατὰ τῆς Αὐγούστης μοιχείας ἔγκλημα Attaleiates: History 181.2-24 / 133.21-134.18
Nikephoritzes (Nikephoros 63)
  • Notified of his imprisonment by imperial decree at Antioch, he remained incarcerated for some time where he used to be exalted, exchanging his earlier prosperity with misfortune, and at the accession of Diogenes (Romanos 4) was banished to an island (:) κατ᾿ ἐκεῖνον τὸν χῶρον ἐν ᾧ τὸ πρόσθεν περίδοξος ἐγνωρίζετο Attaleiates: History 181.22-182.4 / 134.17-21
  • Served as sekretikos under the father of Michael 7 (Konstantinos 10), proved to be mischievous, a slanderer, and a cunning expert in malicious deeds σκαιὸς καὶ διαβολεὺς ἐφάνη καὶ σοφιστὴς τῶν κακῶν κερδαλέος Skylitzes Continuatus 155.18-19