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Tourmachos (PL 583) troop commander,
 
Tourmachos (PL 583) troop commander,
 
 
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== Bibliography ==
 
Bibliography used (commonly available lists of Emperors and Saints are not mentioned)
 
Bibliography used (commonly available lists of Emperors and Saints are not mentioned)
Aris, Phillipe and George Duby (general editors) A History of Private Life Vol 1 From Pagan Rome to Byzantium Paul Veyne (1992) (translated Arthur Goldhammer) Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, ISBN 0 674 39974 9. A very readable account of customs and mors. (citations use PL xxx)
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* Aris, Phillipe and George Duby (general editors) ''A History of Private Life Vol 1 From Pagan Rome to Byzantium'', Paul Veyne (1992) (translated Arthur Goldhammer) Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, ISBN 0674399749.
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** A very readable account of customs and mors. (citations use PL xxx)
Boswell, John (1996) The Marriage of Likeness: Same-Sex Unions in Pre-modern Europe Fontana Press, London, ISBN 0 00 686326 4. Establishes a long history of such marriage. Includes texts of hetero- and homosexual matrimony. Fascinating reading by a master linguist and historian. (citations use MoL xxx)
 
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*Boswell, John (1996) ''The Marriage of Likeness: Same-Sex Unions in Pre-modern Europe'' Fontana Press, London, ISBN 0006863264.
 
**Establishes a long history of such marriage. Includes texts of hetero- and homosexual matrimony. Fascinating reading by a master linguist and historian. (citations use MoL xxx)
 
Cavallo, Guglielmo (editor) (1992) The Byzantines (translated Thomas Dunlap, Teresa Lavender Fagan & Charles Lambert) The University of Chicago Press, London, ISBN 0 226 09792 7. Gives a sketch of some of the different social groups that made up the culture. (citations use tb xxxx)
 
Cavallo, Guglielmo (editor) (1992) The Byzantines (translated Thomas Dunlap, Teresa Lavender Fagan & Charles Lambert) The University of Chicago Press, London, ISBN 0 226 09792 7. Gives a sketch of some of the different social groups that made up the culture. (citations use tb xxxx)
 
Comnena, Anna (1150) (translated E. R. A. Sewter) The Alexiad Penguin Books, London (this edition 1969), ISBN 0 14 044215 4. A Byzantine Princess, exiled to a convent for plotting against the Emperor, writes a histoory of the Emperors predecessor - her father). Essential reading for a balanced view of the First Crusade. (citations use AC xxx)
 
Comnena, Anna (1150) (translated E. R. A. Sewter) The Alexiad Penguin Books, London (this edition 1969), ISBN 0 14 044215 4. A Byzantine Princess, exiled to a convent for plotting against the Emperor, writes a histoory of the Emperors predecessor - her father). Essential reading for a balanced view of the First Crusade. (citations use AC xxx)

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