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Epitome of Roman history
Lucius Annaeus Florus
|Other titles||Vitae excellentium imperatorum., On the great generals of foreign nations.|
|Statement||Lucius Annaeus Florus ; [and], Cornelius Nepos.|
|Series||Loeb classical library|
|Contributions||Nepos, Cornelius., Nepos, Cornelius.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||744 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||744|
Publius Annius Florus, (flourished 2nd century ad, Africa—died Rome?), historian of Rome and poet, important as the first of a number of African writers who exercised considerable influence on Latin literature in the 2nd century. He was also the first of the “new-fashioned” poets of Hadrian’s reign, whose special characteristic was the use of lighter and more graceful metres than those. The Periochae are not the only summary of Livy's History: in the Egyptian town Oxyrhynchus, a similar summary of books and was found on a scroll of papyrus that is now in Great Britain. note However the Oxyrhynchus Epitome is damaged and incomplete. This leaves us with the Periochae as our most important tool to reconstruct the general scope of Livy's .
Pompeius Trogus, a Romanized Gaul living in the age of Augustus, wrote a forty-four book universal history (The Philippic History) of the non-Roman Mediterranean world. This work was later abbreviated by M. Junianus Justinus. Alexander the Great's life has been examined in minute detail by scholars for many decades, but the period of chaos that ensued . It has been satisfactorily shown that for Books VII-IX, in which Roman history is carried down from the landing of Aeneas to B.C., his chief source was Dio, supplemented by Plutarch and a couple of quotations from Herodotus: We are justified, therefore, in recognizing as an epitome of Dio whatever remains after the exclusion of the portions.
His most important work, Extracts of History (Greek: Ἐπιτομὴ Ἱστοριῶν, Latin: Epitome Historiarum), in eighteen books, extends from the creation of the world to the death of Alexius (). The earlier part is largely drawn from Josephus; for Roman history he chiefly followed Cassius Dio up to the early third century. Loeb Classical Library Complete Checklist +Volumes submitted mjm LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY—COMPLETE CHECKLIST ACHILLES TATIUS: Leucippe & .
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Epitome of Roman History () by Florus, translated by John Selby Watson Florus's Two Books of Epitomes from Titus Livius of all wars of years purports to have been written during the reign of the emperor Trajan (), or years from the reign of Augustus (27 BC - AD 14).
Epitome of Roman History book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Florus, born apparently in Africa, lived in Spain and in Rome in /5(13).
Florus (second century CE) wrote, in brief pointed rhetorical style, a two-book summary of Roman history (especially military) in order Epitome of Roman history book show the greatness and decline of Roman morals.
Based chiefly on Livy and perhaps planned to reach Florus's own times, the extant work ends with Augustus's reign (30 BCE CE).
This is a short history (gave me a chance to look up what epitome meant) of Roman history up to the time of Trajan. It was a very interesting read, but, as you would expect, it's not very long and hardly detailed. I picked this up while free. 2, locations.4/5(1). It is often wrong in geographical and chronological details.
In spite of its faults, the book was much used as a handy epitome of Roman history, in the Middle Ages, and survived as a textbook into the nineteenth century.
In the manuscripts, the writer is variously named as Julius Florus, Lucius Anneus Florus, or simply Annaeus : OGB. out of 5 stars Letters from a Stoic (Penguin Classics) Lucius Annaeus Seneca.
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It is based chiefly on Livy. It was perhaps planned to reach his own times, but the extant work ends with Augustus's reign (30 BCE—14 CE). This Epitome is a useful rapid sketch of Roman military history. Poetry by Florus is also available in the Loeb Classical Library, in Minor Latin Poets, Volume : Harvard.
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Get this from a library. Epitome of Roman history. [Lucius Annaeus Florus; E S Forster] -- Florius, born apparently in Africa, lived in Spain and in Rome in Hadrian's time.
He wrote, in brief pointed rhetorical style, a summary of Roman history (especially wars) in two books in order to. Epitome of Roman history --The book of Cornelius Nepos on the great generals of foreign nations.
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Florus, born apparently in Africa, lived in Spain and in Rome in Hadrian's time. He wrote, in brief pointed rhetorical style, a summary of Roman history (especially wars) in two books in order to show the greatness and decline of Roman morals/5.
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Annaeus Florus. provincias, Armenios etiam et Britannos, ut non in usum, ita ad imperii speciem magna 5 nomina adquisisse pulchrum ac decorum: ita eodem tempore dimicasse domi cum civibus, sociis, mancipiis, gladiatoribus totoque inter se senatu turpe atque 6 miserandum.
Ac nescio an satius 1 fuerit populo Romano Sicilia et Africa contento fuisse, aut his etiam ipsis. Cassius Dio Roman History Return to Epitome of Book LXVI It was after the events just narrated that Vespasian fell sick, not, if the truth be known, of his accustomed gout, but of a fever, and passed away at Aquae Cutiliae in the Sabine country.
Some, however, in the endeavour falsely to incriminate Titus,— among them the. Cassius Dio — Epitome of Book 65 Cassius Dio — Epitome of Book mail: Bill Thayer: Italiano: Help: Up: Home: previous: Book LXIV: This webpage reproduces a Book of Roman History by Cassius Dio published in Vol.
VIII of the Loeb Classical Library edition, The text is in the public domain. This text has not yet been proofread. If you. Cassius Dio Roman History Return to Epitome of Book LXI LX In the following year, which was the eight hundredth year of Rome, Claudius became consul for the fourth and Lucius Vitellius for the third time.
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When I say, “this is my favorite book on ancient Rome,” just know that it’s my second favorite book of all time, barely being squeaked out by “Postw.The book History of Rome, sometimes referred to as Ab Urbe Condita ([Books] from the Founding of the City), is a monumental history of ancient Rome, written in Latin between 27 and 9 BC by the historian Titus Livius, or "Livy", as he is usually known in English.
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