Bardas or Vardas was a medieval Greek name of
Armenian origin, originally alluding to Saint Vardan. Some genealogists hypothesize that three Byzantine nobles named Bardas descended from Mamikonians:
Bardas, uncle and regent under Michael III.
Bardas Skleros, a famous rebel against Basil II.
Bardas Phocas, another famous rebel against the same Emperor.
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