Ammianus Marcellinus Roman Classical Studies
The last of the major historians of the western Roman Empire, Ammianus Marcellinus (~330-395) was a pagan Greek writing in Latin. A participant in Julian's unsuccessful invasion of Mesopotamia, he chronicled the course of Roman history from the accession of Nerva to the death of Valens in 378.
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- Histos: Ammianus Marcellinus on the Geography of the Pontus Euxinus - Paper by Jan Willem Drijvers of the University classical studies of roman Groningen considering Marcellinus\\' digression on the Black classical studies Sea in roman the Res Gestae as a literary classical studies rather than reference roman piece.
- Ancient History Sourcebook: The Luxury of the Rich in Rome - An excerpt from the Roman History XIV.16, from classical studies the ammianus marcellinus Davis translation, in which Ammianus criticizes Rome classical studies as shallow ammianus marcellinus and culturally empty.
- The Battle of Adrianople - Excerpt from the Yonge 1862 translation (History, XXXI.12-14), on the ammianus marcellinus Roman defeat.
- Forum Romanum: Ammianus Marcellinus - Latin text of Res Gestae a Fine Corneli classical studies Taciti, as well as a list of related classical studies sites.
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