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Ia is described as a victim of the persecutions of the Persian Shahanshah, Shapur II (309-79 C.E), Horaiozele was allegedly a disciple of St Andrew and killed anachronistically under the emperor Decius (249-51 C.E), and Tatiana, we are told, was a deaconess, martyred during the reign of emperor Alexander Severus (222-35 C.E).
'The three texts are translated into clear English, which ispleasant to read. The notes shed light on several aspects of the stories,notably their lexical richness. Alwis brings three female figures fromByzantine hagiography out of oblivion while creating an original discussionabout re-writing not only as a linguistic and rhetorical practice but also asocial one. This is a fine study about hagiography as a literary object,drawing on the ancestral strength of story/ narrative as a means ofcommunication.' Anna Lampadaridi, Revue des Etudes Byzantines Translated from French.
'As first-time translations to English, these texts, and the monograph that introduces them, are valuable additions to the extantresearch, and provide new insight and perspectives for anyone interested in mediaeval history and hagiography.' Sissel Undheim, Plekos