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    Three Political Voices From the Age of Justinian: Agapetus, “Advice to the Emperor”; “Dialogue on Political Science”; Paul the Silentiary, “Description of Hagia Sophia.”. [REVIEW]Charles Pazdernik - 2011 - Speculum 86 (3):728-730.
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    "Our Most Pious Consort Given Us By God": Dissident Reactions To The Partnership Of Justinian And Theodora, A.D. 525-548.Charles Pazdernik - 1994 - Classical Antiquity 13 (2):256-281.
    Examining a range of sixth-century literary sources, this paper explores the authors' attitudes toward the marital relationship of the Late Roman emperor Justinian I and his empress, Theodora. It emerges that the sources characteristically appeal to the agency of Theodora or to an underlying level of mutual understanding between the imperial couple in order to reconcile inconsistencies or apparent contradictions between the regime's rhetoric and its actions. Recourse to such an interior dynamic gave scope to the recognition and expression of (...)
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    Odysseus and His Audience: Odyssey 9.39-40 and Its Formulaic Resonances.Charles F. Pazdernik - 1995 - American Journal of Philology 116 (3).
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