Amiano Marcelino (en llatín: Ammianus Marcellinus) foi’l principal historiador romanu que vivió y rellató el procesu de decadencia y descomposición del Imperiu. View the profiles of people named Amiano Marcelino. Join Facebook to connect with Amiano Marcelino and others you may know. Facebook gives people the. Amiano Marcelino is the author of Historia del Imperio Romano ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Historia del Imperio Romano desde.
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Although criticised as lacking literary merit by his early biographers, he was in fact quite skilled in rhetoric, which significantly has brought the veracity of some of the Res Gestae into question. Wikisource has original works written by or about: It was not until amiaano the last five books of Ammianus’ history were put into print by Silvanus Otmar and edited by Mariangelus Accursius.
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While living in Rome in the s, Ammianus wrote a Latin history of the Roman empire from the accession of Nerva 96 to the death of Valens at the Marceliino of Adrianople in effect writing a continuation of the history of Tacitus.
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What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Online books Resources in your library Resources in other libraries. Product details File Size: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. En este libro se recogen los 18 libros que nos han llegado de los 31 que Amiano escribio, suficientes como para amixno una idea de los problemas que minaban los fundamentos del Imperio.
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Historia del Imperio Romano by Amiano Marcelino, Soliman El-Azir – Paperback
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He accompanied Julian, for whom he expresses enthusiastic admiration, in his campaigns against the Alamanni and the Sassanids.
His work has suffered marcelimo from manuscript transmission. One person found this helpful. In his description of the empire—the exhaustion produced by excessive taxation, the financial ruin of the middle classes, the progressive decline in the morale of the army—we find the explanation of its fall before the Goths twenty years after his death. Please try again later. Barnes argues that the original was actually thirty-six books, which if correct would mean that eighteen books have been lost [ citation needed ].
The Journal of Roman Studies. Ammianus’ work contains a detailed description of the tsunami in Alexandria which devastated the metropolis and the amiabo of the eastern Mediterranean on 21 July He was residing in Antioch in when a certain Theodorus was thought to have been identified the successor to the emperor Valens by divination. Rolfe’s bibliographical note to his Loeb Classical Library translation, p.
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Premio Planeta Volumen independiente Spanish Edition. Aside from the loss of the first thirteen books, the remaining eighteen are in many places corrupt and lacunose. Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Month January February March April May June July August September October November December Year Let us wish you a happy birthday! Retrieved 22 August He was not blind to the faults of Christians or of pagans; he observed in his Res Gestae that “no wild beasts are so deadly to humans as most Christians are to each other.
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Hunt considers this observation to be original to Marcellinus: