6 edition of Procopius found in the catalog.
January 1, 1928
by Loeb Classical Library
Written in English
|Contributions||H. B. Dewing (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
The Secret History of the Court of Justinian Procopius downloads History of the Wars, Books III and IV Procopius downloads Procopius Procopius downloads. Procopius: Translator: Dewing, H. B. (Henry Bronson), Title: History of the Wars, Books I and II The Persian War Language: English: LoC Class: PA: Language and Literatures: Classical Languages and Literature: Subject: Iran -- History -- To Subject: Vandals Subject: Goths -- Italy Subject: Byzantine Empire -- History -- Justinian I,
Procopius's History of the Wars in 8 books recounts the Persian Wars of emperors Justinus and Justinian down to (2 books); the Vandalic War and after-events in Africa – (2 books); the Gothic War against the Ostrogoths in Sicily and Italy – (3 books); and a sketch of events to (1 book). The whole consists largely of. Procopius History of the wars, Books I And II With An English Translation By H.B. Dewing Procopius of Caesarea, AD - c. AD , was a prominent late antique scholar from Palaestina anying the Roman general Belisarius in the wars of the Emperor Justinian, he became the principal historian of the 6th century, writing the Wars of Justinian, the Buildings of Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
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Procopius: History of the Wars, Vol. 1, Books Procopius book Persian War (Loeb Classical Library) (English and Greek Edition) by Procopius and H. Dewing | Jan 1, out of 5 stars 6.
Procopius, Byzantine historian whose works are an indispensable source for his period and contain much geographical information. His writings fall into Procopius book divisions: Wars (8 books), Buildings (6 books), and Secret History. Learn more about Procopius’s life and work.
Procopius has 87 books on Goodreads with ratings. Procopius’s most popular book is Procopius, with an English Translation, Vol 2 of 6. The main characters described by Procopius are the Emperor Justinian, the Emperess Theodora, the general Belisarius, and his wife Antonia. (The time period is the first half of the 6th Century.) The men are described as weak and vascillating, whereas the women are either amoral sexual athletes or sexual monsters, depending on your point of view/5(67).
Procopius book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Vivid accounts of the Gothic and Persian wars by the leading Byzantine historian/5.
The secret history by procopius is a story of the Roman empire. It deals with the cruelty and evil of Justinian and theodora I gave it a low rating because I really didn't enjoy reading it/5(6).
Procopius became the principal historian of the sixth century, writing the major work ‘The Wars of Justinian, in addition to ‘The Buildings of Justinian’ and the infamous ‘Secret History’.
Delphi’s Ancient Classics series provides eReaders with the wisdom of the Classical world, with both English translations and the original Greek texts/5(6). The Online Books Page.
Online Books by. Procopius. A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Procopius: History of the Wars (all pre volumes; copyright of later volumes uncertain), trans.
by H. Dewing Books I and II (The Persian War): Gutenberg text; Books III and IV. Procopius’ text details the origin, symptoms, spread, and reaction to the plague, also offering his observation that it was sent by God.
The following version, slightly edited for space (indicated by ellipses) is taken from his History of the Wars, Book II, translated by H. Dewing for the Loeb Library Collection, CE, as given by Author: Joshua J. Mark. The secret history by procopius is a story of the Roman empire. It deals with the cruelty and evil of Justinian and theodora I gave it a low rating because I really didn't enjoy reading it.
Read more/5(6). All of this is a bit sophistical of course, what Procopius obviously means here is "a ridiculous number." The artistic san-serif 'Procopius' typeface was first used to typeset this book. The Project Gutenberg eBook, History of the Wars, Books III and IV (of 8), by Procopius, Translated by H.
Dewing This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or.
Procopius wrote a book. Once the official court historian of the emperor and an important member of the Byzantine Imperial court, Procopius wrote the History of the Wars of Justinian and worked on his great chronicles for decades.
Then he got fired/5. Procopius was finally raised to the dignity of an illustrius, and died not earlier than A.D. Procopius of Caesarea was born in the latter years of the fifth century at Caesarea in Palestine. He originated from the land-owning provincial upper class and, like Zosimus, became a civil servant/5.
Other works by Procopius are the Anecdota or Secret History—vehement attacks on Justinian, Theodora, and others; and The Buildings of Justinian (down to CE) including roads and bridges as well as churches, forts, hospitals, and so on in various parts of the empire. The Loeb Classical Library edition of Procopius is in seven volumes.
Procopius: Secret History, translated by Richard Atwater, (Chicago: P. Covici, ; New York: Covici Friede, ), reprinted, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press,with indication that copyright had expired on the text of the information on the translator, see the note on Richard Atwater at the end of this file.
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History of the Wars by the Byzantine historian Procopius (late fifth century to after CE) consists largely of sixth century CE military history, with much information about peoples, places, and special events.
Powerful description complements careful narration. Procopius is just to the empire's enemies and boldly criticises emperor Justinian. Confusing Doesn't describe the book but the fact it is not listed as Volume 3 of the Loeb translation of the Works of Procopius.
In this case Book 5 and part of Book 6 of the work called The Wars. In this case the section is about the start of the Gothic War. Procopius, The Secret History The Secret History: A Review The Secret History of Procopius tells the tale of three Roman wars, one against the Persians, one against the Vandals, and one against the Goths.
The text was written in the 32nd year of Justinian, which various scholars translate as between and (Dewing). Procopius was the greatest historian of the Later Roman Empire. He was the author of an account of the Persian, Vandal, and Gothic Wars called The History of the Wars, and of Buildings of Justinian.
His Secret History lay unpublished until /5(5).The editio princepsof Procopius was published by David Hoeschel, Augsburg, ; the Secret Historywas not included, and only The edition is not important except as being the first. The Secret Historywas printed for the first time separately with a.The digital Loeb Classical Library extends the founding mission of James Loeb with an interconnected, fully searchable, perpetually growing virtual library of all that is important in Greek and Latin literature.
Read more about the site’s features» Procopius, born at Caesarea in Palestine late in the 5th century, became a CE he was made legal adviser and secretary of.