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Cameron, A. & J. Herrin, Constantinople in the early eighth century. The "Parastaseis syntomoi chronikai". Introduction, translation and commentary , Leiden 1984 , Parastaseis 81 
Literary record of statue of Sophia, wife of emperor Justin II. Constantinople, Baths of Zeuxippus. 565-566 
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Anth. Pal. IX, 803: Anonymous. On a statue of the empress Sophia in the entrance of the baths of Zeuxippus. The mistress of the Romans, Sophia, Julianus the prefect of the city set up, as full of wisdom. Parastaseis 81: ... the [baths of] Zeuxippus ... where also Sophia his consort received praise from Ploumba the philosopher in iambic verses.
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