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Tatiana (or Tatianna , also romanized as Tatyana , Tatjana , Tatijana , etc.) is a female name of Latin origin. The short form of the name is Tanya ( Russian : Таня ).

Tatiana is a female name of Sabine and Latin origin, a feminine derivative of the Sabine-Latin name Tatius. Titus Tatius was the name of a king of the Sabines, an Italic tribe living near Rome, presumably from the 8th to the 1st century BC. Because the Romans met with [ clarification needed ] the Sabines, the name Tatius remained in use in Ancient Rome and during the first centuries of Christianity, as well as its diminutive Tatianus and the feminine Tatiana.

The name then disappeared from Western Europe, but remained prevalent in the Hellenic world (Eastern Roman Empire), and later spread to the Orthodox world, including Russia . It honors the Orthodox Saint Tatiana who was tortured and martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Alexander Severus c. 230 in Rome. Saint Tatiana is also considered a patron saint of Moscow State University in particular and all Russian students in general. Hence, Tatiana Day is celebrated as Students' Day and is usually made the last day of an academic semester, beginning the winter holidays.

“This has everything a romance glutton could wish for: a bold, talented, and dashing hero, a heart-stopping love affair!”— Daily Mail (London)

Paullina Simons’s internationally bestselling blockbuster The Bronze Horseman told the heart-soaring tale of a young Russian woman’s transcendent love affair with a Red Army soldier during the siege of Leningrad in the dark days of World War Two. The epic story continues in Tatiana and Alexander —a novel of the enduring power of love and commitment against the devastating forces of war and the equally dangerous forces of keeping the peace. A sweeping, intensely compelling romantic historical saga, Tatiana and Alexander is a Russian Thorn Birds and a truly unforgettable reading experience.

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Reading Order:
1. The Bronze Horseman - My Review Here
2. Tatiana and Alexander ( also titled The Bridge to Holy Cross, in some editions)
3. The Summer Graden – To be reviewed.

Credits:
My Alexander – Henry Cavill
My Tatiana – Teresa Palmer


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Tatiana (or Tatianna , also romanized as Tatyana , Tatjana , Tatijana , etc.) is a female name of Latin origin. The short form of the name is Tanya ( Russian : Таня ).

Tatiana is a female name of Sabine and Latin origin, a feminine derivative of the Sabine-Latin name Tatius. Titus Tatius was the name of a king of the Sabines, an Italic tribe living near Rome, presumably from the 8th to the 1st century BC. Because the Romans met with [ clarification needed ] the Sabines, the name Tatius remained in use in Ancient Rome and during the first centuries of Christianity, as well as its diminutive Tatianus and the feminine Tatiana.

The name then disappeared from Western Europe, but remained prevalent in the Hellenic world (Eastern Roman Empire), and later spread to the Orthodox world, including Russia . It honors the Orthodox Saint Tatiana who was tortured and martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Alexander Severus c. 230 in Rome. Saint Tatiana is also considered a patron saint of Moscow State University in particular and all Russian students in general. Hence, Tatiana Day is celebrated as Students' Day and is usually made the last day of an academic semester, beginning the winter holidays.

“This has everything a romance glutton could wish for: a bold, talented, and dashing hero, a heart-stopping love affair!”— Daily Mail (London)

Paullina Simons’s internationally bestselling blockbuster The Bronze Horseman told the heart-soaring tale of a young Russian woman’s transcendent love affair with a Red Army soldier during the siege of Leningrad in the dark days of World War Two. The epic story continues in Tatiana and Alexander —a novel of the enduring power of love and commitment against the devastating forces of war and the equally dangerous forces of keeping the peace. A sweeping, intensely compelling romantic historical saga, Tatiana and Alexander is a Russian Thorn Birds and a truly unforgettable reading experience.

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Tatiana (or Tatianna , also romanized as Tatyana , Tatjana , Tatijana , etc.) is a female name of Latin origin. The short form of the name is Tanya ( Russian : Таня ).

Tatiana is a female name of Sabine and Latin origin, a feminine derivative of the Sabine-Latin name Tatius. Titus Tatius was the name of a king of the Sabines, an Italic tribe living near Rome, presumably from the 8th to the 1st century BC. Because the Romans met with [ clarification needed ] the Sabines, the name Tatius remained in use in Ancient Rome and during the first centuries of Christianity, as well as its diminutive Tatianus and the feminine Tatiana.

The name then disappeared from Western Europe, but remained prevalent in the Hellenic world (Eastern Roman Empire), and later spread to the Orthodox world, including Russia . It honors the Orthodox Saint Tatiana who was tortured and martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Alexander Severus c. 230 in Rome. Saint Tatiana is also considered a patron saint of Moscow State University in particular and all Russian students in general. Hence, Tatiana Day is celebrated as Students' Day and is usually made the last day of an academic semester, beginning the winter holidays.

“This has everything a romance glutton could wish for: a bold, talented, and dashing hero, a heart-stopping love affair!”— Daily Mail (London)

Paullina Simons’s internationally bestselling blockbuster The Bronze Horseman told the heart-soaring tale of a young Russian woman’s transcendent love affair with a Red Army soldier during the siege of Leningrad in the dark days of World War Two. The epic story continues in Tatiana and Alexander —a novel of the enduring power of love and commitment against the devastating forces of war and the equally dangerous forces of keeping the peace. A sweeping, intensely compelling romantic historical saga, Tatiana and Alexander is a Russian Thorn Birds and a truly unforgettable reading experience.

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Tatiana (or Tatianna , also romanized as Tatyana , Tatjana , Tatijana , etc.) is a female name of Latin origin. The short form of the name is Tanya ( Russian : Таня ).

Tatiana is a female name of Sabine and Latin origin, a feminine derivative of the Sabine-Latin name Tatius. Titus Tatius was the name of a king of the Sabines, an Italic tribe living near Rome, presumably from the 8th to the 1st century BC. Because the Romans met with [ clarification needed ] the Sabines, the name Tatius remained in use in Ancient Rome and during the first centuries of Christianity, as well as its diminutive Tatianus and the feminine Tatiana.

The name then disappeared from Western Europe, but remained prevalent in the Hellenic world (Eastern Roman Empire), and later spread to the Orthodox world, including Russia . It honors the Orthodox Saint Tatiana who was tortured and martyred in the persecutions of Emperor Alexander Severus c. 230 in Rome. Saint Tatiana is also considered a patron saint of Moscow State University in particular and all Russian students in general. Hence, Tatiana Day is celebrated as Students' Day and is usually made the last day of an academic semester, beginning the winter holidays.


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