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Translated into French by Henri Gregoire. Anna Komnene and Her Times. Byzantines, Normans, and the Artful Ruse.
Manuel Erotikos Komnenos 4. Anna Komnene is considered unique for her time in the intensity by which she integrates her own narrative and emotion,  and yet she does not mention all personal details, such as the fact that she had four children.
See Macrides and other others in the Anna Komnene and her Times collection for some sharp rebuttals. The text here is presented as either one complete file, or in “book” length files. Gouma-Petersen has been at the forefront of those who realized feminist scholarship has something to offer students of Anna. Western Michigan University, Unless otherwise indicated the specific electronic form of the document is copyright.
The First Crusade and Byzantine reactions to it Books 10— He therefore turned the civil government over to his wife, Irene; she in turn alxeiada the administration to Bryennios.
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Like her male counterparts, she characterizes women along the typical stereotypes, such as being “liable to tears and as cowardly in the face of danger”. There alexiad been much debate as to whether the Alexiad was in fact written by Anna Komnene herself, with one scholar saying that the text gives very few comments that would suggest the author’s gender or any other aspect of their background, aside from a few explicit mentions. Paris, Les Belles Lettres, Danish] Anna Komnenas Alexiade.
Poikila Byzantina ; 1, Poikila Vyzantina ; 1. Edited by Jan Olaf Rosenqvist. Ivan Vladislav of Bulgaria John Komnenos brother of Isaac I Komnenos.
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Memoirs of Celebrated Women. Discusses Anna Commena, pp. Heresy of the Bogomils: Most scholars agree that the marriage was a political one — it created legitimacy for Anna’s paternal family through Bryennois’ connections to past emperor’s family.
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Alexios I Komnenos According to Anna’s description in the Alexiadher mother asked Anna to wait to be born until her father returned from war. This etext slightly alters the organization and much of the typography of the printed edition.