Roman Historiography: An Introduction to its Basic Aspects and Development presents a comprehensive introduction to the development of Roman historical writings in both Greek and Latin, from the early annalists to Orosius and Procopius of Byzantium.
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Ancient Literature and Roman Historiography
The Formation and Establishment of Tradition
Early Roman Historiography SelfJustification
The Historiography of Rome between the Fronts
Augustan Rome Roman Empire and other
Imperial History and the History of Emperors
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