Alexios II (1863 - 1940) was King of Nicaea and Co-Regent of Constantinople from 1891 to 1940, and the son of Romanos II Anemas and Theophano Anemas. He married Princess Maria of Hesse and by Rhine. The two had a single child, Philip Anemas.
In 1891 he would succeed his father, and become King of Nicaea and Co-Regent of Constantinople. He was the penultimate member of the main Anemid dynasty to rule over Nicaea and Constantinople. After his death, he was succeeded by his son Philip.
Titles and styles
- 1863 - 1865 His Royal Highness Prince Alexios of Nicaea
- 1865 - 1885 His Royal Highness The Crown Prince of Nicaea
- 1891 - 1940 His Royal Majesty The King of Nicaea
- 1891 - 1940 His Imperial Majesty The Co-Regent of Constantinople