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The Fifth Day of Christmas by Betty Neels

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Harlequin Books
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9780373511631
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Without becoming a happy father, the emperor and he did not become a successful commander. In 1030, not listening to the advice of his generals, he decided to march on Syria, and in the first battle headlong fled from the battlefield. After that Roman thought it best to put aside military affairs and to devote himself to governance concerns. However, over time it became clear that, in cases of administrative basil as not succeed, as in all the others. Because, apparently, inevitable was his appeal to the church building, the more so as the Justinian, he sought to leave on their own long memory. The practical result of this aspiration became a huge church dedicated to Our Lady Perivlepte, or the all-seeing, and its subordinate monastery, which was even more enormous size. According to the chronicles, both a monument to imperial megalomania Constantinople led the people to the brink of rebellion.



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