Anna Komnene and Her Times
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Byzantine Empire - 193 pages
This significant critical anthology explores the life of Anna Komnene, the Byzantine context in which she wrote, and the impact of the Alexiad on her times and on subsequent historical works of literature.
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