Anna Comnena, somewhat too wantonly, praises and bewails that handsome boy, who, after the rupture of his barbaric nuptials, (l. i. p. 23,) was betrothed as her husband; he was
&c. (p. 27.) Elsewhere she describes the red and white of his skin, his hawk's eyes, &c., l. iii. p. 71.
The History Of The Decline And
Fall Of The Roman Empire
—Fall In The East