Romanos I Lekapenos (870-948 A.D.) was Armenian and he was the co-emperor of the Byzantium along with Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (920-944 A.D.). In total, there were four Byzantine emperors by the name Romanos. Saint Romanos the Melodist was also well known. He lived in the 6th century A.D.. He was a great poet and author of hymns in greek. He was named Pindarus of Christianity. He is commemorated by the Orthodox Church on the 1st of October.