5 edition of An epitome of English history found in the catalog.
|Statement||By S. Agnes Kummer. Revised by A. M. Chandlee.|
|Contributions||Chandlee, A. M., ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA32 .K96|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||02016275|
Florus (second century CE) wrote, in brief pointed rhetorical style, a two-book summary of Roman history (especially military) in order to show the greatness and decline of Roman morals. Based chiefly on Livy and perhaps planned to reach Florus's own times, . Philostorgius' original appeared between and , in other words, slightly earlier than the History of Socrates of Constantinople, and was formed in twelve volumes bound in two books. The original is now lost. However, one copy was found by the ninth-century historian Photius, in his library in Constantinople, who wrote an epitome of it.
The Epitome is structured in the same manner as the principal, split into forty-four different books, with the addition of a preface. Each of these books focus on an aspect of world and Grecian history, with specific focus on Alexander the Great, his rise to power and the events transpiring after his (s): Justin. Pompeius Trogus lived in the reign of the Roman emperor Augustus. He wrote a Universal History, which he called "Historiae Philippicae", consisting of 44 books. He is unusual amongst Latin authors in putting more emphasis on external history than on Roman history.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Full text of "The Sources and Literature of English History Missing: epitome. Kymbelinus, when he had governed Britain ten years, begat two sons, the elder named Guiderius, the other Arviragus. After his death the government fell to Guiderius. This prince refused to pay tribute to the Romans; for which reason Claudius, who was now emperor, marched against him. He was attended in this expedition by the commander of his army, who was called in the British tongue, .
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About the Book English poetry begins with Anglo-Saxon poetry such as the hymn on the creation. Page - For Englishmen are no more to be Slaves to Parliaments, than to a King. Our name is LEGION, and we are Many.
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[John Wharton Ruddock]. The English translation of Justin's Epitome was entered by David Camden () from Watson's edition. This text is in the public domain and may be copied and distributed for private and educational use, provided this original notice is kept intact.
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1  BOOK I. CHAP. OF ROMULUS, THE FIRST KING OF THE ROMANS. The founder of the city and empire was Romulus, the son of Mars and Rhea Sylvia. The priestess, when pregnant, confessed this fact of herself, nor did report, soon afterwards, testify a doubt of it, as, being thrown, with his brother Remus, into the river by order of Amulius, he could not be destroyed; for not only did the.
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Redway, - Heraldry - pages. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. Justin's Epitome is one of our five major classical sources on Alexander the Great, but he never made it into an English translation until the publication of this book by Yardley and Heckel.
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National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "The annals of England, an epitome of English history. 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 monumental History of Rome.
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texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top an epitome of English history. Livy was abridged, in antiquity, to an epitome, which survives for Book 1, but was itself abridged in the fourth century into the so-called Periochae, which is simply a list of contents.
The Periochae survive for the entire work, except for books and 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).
An epitome of county history, wherein the most remarkable objects, persons, and events are briefly treated of, the seats, residences, etc. of the nobility, clergy and gentry, their architecture, interior decorations, surrounding scenery, etc.
described, from personal observations, and the mames, titles and other distinctions, civil, military or ecclesiastical, inserted, with notices of the Pages: Justin was the author of an epitome of Trogus' expansive Liber Historiarum Philippicarum, or Philippic Histories, a history of the kings of Macedonia, compiled in the time of Augustus.
Due to its numerous digressions, this work was retitled by one of its editors, Historia Philippicae et. The English translation of Justin’s Epitome was entered by David Camden () from Watson’s edition.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Appendix no. I, The materials of English history: p. an epitome of English history, from contemporary writers, the rolls of Parliament.Three main sets of works are attributed to Florus (a Roman cognomen): Virgilius orator an poeta, an Epitome of Roman History and a collection of poems (26 tetrameters, and five hexameters about roses).