Anna Comnena (l. iv. p. 116) admires, with some degree of terror, her masculine virtues. They were more familiar to the Latins and though the Apulian (l. iv. p. 273) mentions her presence and her wound, he represents her as far less intrepid.
Uxor in hoc bello Roberti forte sagittâ
Quâdam laesa fuit:quo vulnere territa nullam.
Dum sperabat opem, se poene subegerat hosti.
The last is an unlucky word for a female prisoner.