Von einer „Imperatorix“ zu einer „mulier clara“. Kaiserin Konstanze im Spiegel von „Liber ad honorem Augusti sive de rebus siculis“ und „De claris mulieribus“

Paul Andreas Csillag

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The following paper discusses the image of the Staufer empress Konstanze. This important political person was described in two books. On the one hand, Peter of Eboli draws her as a female heroine; on the other hand, the famous writer Giovanni Boccaccio projected his misogyny on her. Their depictions of Konstanze differ enormously due to various ideological mindsets. This text shows how a person herself can become a political term.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.11.806

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