Ioannes II's body was loaded on shipboard at Mopsuestia & buried splendidly in the Pantokrator

After his accession Manuel I showed filial piety in carrying out in full all the appropriate rites for his father, the deceased emperor, despite the threat posed by his brother Isaakios in Constantinople and the demands of the Antiochenes that he leave. He mourned deeply, loaded Ioannes' body on a ship at Mopsuestia and founded a monastery. When the body arrived in the capital, it would be splendidly buried by the senate in the Pantokrator. After a month Manuel left Cilicia 
Emperor Ioannes II Komnenos (Ioannes 2)
  • After his death, due rituals were fully carried out by his son Manuel 1 who loaded his coffin on to ships for Constantinople; on arrival, the Senate had him splendidly buried in the Pantokrator monastery (:) Kinnamos 29.4-31.13
Emperor Manuel I Komnenos (Manuel 1)
  • He performed appropriate rites for the deceased Ioannes 2, and loaded his body on ships at Mopsuestia, on the river Pyramos, which flowed through the town (:) Niketas Choniates, Historia 49.50-50.53
  • Spent 30 days where his father Ioannes 2 died, despite a threat from his brother Isaakios 103, performing mourning rites and founding a monastery; put the corpse on a boat at Mopsuestia; and resisted the Antiochene demand that he leave their lands (30 days (from April 8):ἐφ᾿ ὅλαις δὲ τριάκοντα ... ἡμέραις) φροντιστήριον ... ἱδρύσατο Kinnamos 29.9-31.2