Sirianus (Greek: Συριανός, Italian: Siriano) was the Catepan of Italy from 1062 to 1064. He was the second recorded holder of that title since the disappearance of Argyrus in 1057, succeeding Maruli. He was appointed by Constantine X Ducas, the last Byzantine emperor who took an interest in recovering ground in Italia.
- Gay, Jules. L'Italie méridionale et l'empire Byzantin: Livre II. Burt Franklin: New York, 1904.
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