By John Marincola
This two-volume better half to Greek and Roman Historiography displays the recent instructions and interpretations that experience arisen within the box of historical historiography some time past few decades.
- Comprises a sequence of innovative articles written by way of acknowledged scholars
- Presents huge, chronological remedies of significant concerns within the writing of historical past and antiquity
- These are complemented by means of chapters on person genres and sub-genres from the 5th century B.C.E. to the fourth century C.E.
- Provides a sequence of interpretative readings at the person historians
- Contains essays at the neighbouring genres of tragedy, biography, and epic, between others, and their dating to history
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Martial, Latin poet, 1st c. Nep. Cornelius Nepos, Latin biographer and historian, 1st c. Nicolaus CE Att. Atticus Epam. Epaminondas Hann. Hannibal Greek rhetor, 5th c. Prog. Progymnastica (Preliminary Exercises) Orosius, Latin writer, 5th c. Ov. Ovid, Latin poet, 43 B C E –17 CE CE AA Ars Amatoria (Art of Love) Am. Amores Fast. Fasti Met. Metamorphoses Trist. Tristia Paulinus of Nola, Christian priest and bishop, 4th–5th c. Ep. Epistulae Paus. Pausanias, Greek traveler, 2nd c. Pers. Aulus Persius Flaccus, Roman satirist, 1st c.
Themistocles Thes. Theseus Ti. Gracch. Tiberius Gracchus Tim. Timoleon Pol. Polybius, Greek historian, ca. 200–118 Polyaen. Polyaenus, Macedonian rhetorician and military writer, 2nd c. praef. praefatio (preface) Procop. Procopius, Greek historian, 6th c. Aed. BCE CE Aedificia (Buildings) Goth. De Bello Gothico Vand. De Bello Vandalico Prop. Propertius, Latin poet, 1st c. Ptol. Ptolemy, Greek geographer, 2nd c. Geog. BCE CE Geography Quint. Quintilian, Roman rhetorician, 1st c. Sall. Sallust, Roman historian, ca.
Numa Pel. 2007 7:24pm Compositor Name: PAnanthi Ancient Authors: Abbreviations Per. Pericles Phil. Philopoemen Phoc. Phocion Pomp. Pompeius Publ. Publicola Pyrrh. Pyrrhus Rom. Romulus Sert. Sertorius Sol. Solon Sull. Sulla Them. Themistocles Thes. Theseus Ti. Gracch. Tiberius Gracchus Tim. Timoleon Pol. Polybius, Greek historian, ca. 200–118 Polyaen. Polyaenus, Macedonian rhetorician and military writer, 2nd c. praef. praefatio (preface) Procop. Procopius, Greek historian, 6th c. Aed. BCE CE Aedificia (Buildings) Goth.