4 edition of Procopius, literally and completely translated from the Greek for the first time. found in the catalog.
|Series||The Athenian society"s publications -- 2|
|LC Classifications||DF572 .P828|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, , 247, 247 p.|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||43044303|
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The Greeks (Greek: Έλληνες) have been identified by many cie-du-scenographe.com most common native ethnonym is Hellen (Ancient Greek: Ἕλλην), pl. Hellenes (Ἕλληνες); the name Greeks (Latin: Graeci) was used by the ancient Romans and gradually entered the European languages through its use in Latin. The mythological patriarch Hellen is the named progenitor of the Greek peoples; his. An English translation of the Secret History of Byzantine scholar Procopius. The Secret History covers roughly the same years as the first seven books of the History of Justinian's Wars and appears to have been written after they were published. Current consensus generally dates it to or , or maybe even as late as
Booktopia Bookshop search results for 'Procopius'. The items we may sell online for these products are books, paperback, hardback, audio cds or cassettes, large print, mp3 and whatever format is available for us to sell online. We are based in Sydney, Australia and ship all over the world. Buy your books and related items online with Booktopia and we will take care of you. Now the standard edition. Vol 3 of the Haury-Wirth version contains the Secret History; Procopius: The Anecdota of Secret History, translated by H.B. Dewing, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), Vol VI of the seven volume Loeb translation, which includes the Buildings and the Wars in parallel Greek and English texts. Greek text based on.
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Book V and part of VI (The Gothic War, part 1): Gutenberg text Procopius: Procopius, literally and completely translated from the Greek for the first time. (Athens, Priv. Print. for the Athenian Society, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Procopius: Prokop.
Gothenkrieg. Feb 01, · "The Complete Procopius Anthology" contains the complete works of Procopius of Caesarea, including "The Buildings of Justinian" in digital ebook format for the first time, as well as "The Wars of Justinian", and "The Secret History of the Courts of Justinian"/5(12).
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PROCOPIUS. LITERALLY AND COMPLETELY TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK FOR THE FIRST TIME. ATHENS: PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR THE ATHENIAN SOCIETY: MDCCCXCVI. PREFACE. Procopius, the most important of the Byzantine historians, was born at Caesarea in Palestine towards the beginning of the sixth century of the Christian era.
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Greek and English on opposite pages Vols. have imprint: London, W. Heinemann; New York, G. Putnam's sons, v. 6 has imprint: London, W. Heinemann ltd.; Cambridge, Mass., Harvard university press Bibliography: v.
1, p. xv I. History of the wars, books I and II.5/5(3). Procopius: History of the Wars Books V and VI May Procopius Literally And Completely Translated From The Greek For The First Time. Jan by Procopius Hardcover. £ Paperback. £ Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months.
Procopius was the author of a history in eight books of the wars fought by Justinian I, a on Justinian's public works throughout the empire, and a book known as the Secret History (Greek: Anekdota) that claims to report the scandals that Procopius could not include in his published history.
The editio princeps of Procopius was published by David Hoeschel, Augsburg, ; the Secret History was not included, and only summaries of the six books of the work On the Buildings were given. The edition is not important except as being the first. The Secret History was printed for the first time separately with a Latin translation by Alemannus, Lyon, Book recommendations by Jay Rohfritch, owner of Good Books in the Woods.
Procopius Literally and Completely Translated from the Greek for the First Time. Hardcover, Athens, Greece: Athenian Society, Good Books in the Woods; Good Books in the Woods Oak. The Paperback of the The Secret History of the Court of Justinian by Procopius at Barnes & Noble.
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Dec 01, · If it is any help, it seems that the editio princeps was in This makes it a *very* early English translation. But I found another translation of the book published in the late 19thc. by the Athenian society.
This edition proudly claims that it was “Literally and completely translated From the Greek for the first time”. Procopius begins his assault on the imperial couple by elucidating the career and personality of Justin, concluding by saying that he “did not succeed in doing his subjects any harm nor any good either” but was reticent and boorish (–18).
Next he brings in Justinian for the first time by explaining thatCited by: 2. Procopius of Caesarea (in Palestine) [born c/ died cs] is the most important source for information about the reign of the emperor Justinian [born /3, ruled. ] and his wife Theodora [d.
/8]. From to Procopius was a counsel the great general of the time, Belisarius .This small book, in so far as it deals with the Secret History is an ancient scandal sheet said to be written in the 6th century by Procopius, a man who, if he wrote the truth as he saw it, sets out many salacious comments about Mrs Justinian, whom he describes as a former lady of the night, and who, he says, brings some of her practices into the public arena in displays of either public /5(7).Sep 27, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.