Selected Letters of Libanius : from the Age of Constantius and Julian (Book, 2004) []
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Selected Letters of Libanius : from the Age of Constantius and Julian

Selected Letters of Libanius : from the Age of Constantius and Julian

Author: Scott Bradbury, latiniste.
Publisher: Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2004.
Series: Translated texts for historians, 41
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Libanius of Antioch (AD 314-393) stands out as a fundamental source for the history of the Greek East in the fourth century AD. Drawn from the 1269 letters written between 355 and 365, the 183  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Personal correspondence
Correspondance privée
Named Person: Libanios; Libanius; Libanius; Libanius
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Bradbury, latiniste.
ISBN: 0853235090 9780853235095
OCLC Number: 469517236
Notes: Bibliogr. p. 276-281.
Notes bibliogr.
Includes index.
Description: X-289 p. : couv. illustrations, carte ; 21 cm
Contents: AcknowledgementsAbbreviationsGlossaryA Note on DocumentationGeneral IntroductionThe Life of LibaniusLate Roman Government in the Greek EastPreservation and Survival of Libanius' LettersSELECTED LETTERSI. For Family Members (Bl-22)II. To Emperors and Court Officials (B23-51)Ill. To Prefects, Proconsuls and Vicarii (B52-85)IV. To Provincial Governors (B86-143)V. To Men of Letters and Curiales (B144-183)Appendix 1: Libanius' Principal Correspondents (355-65)Appendix 2: Index of Libanius' Letters Translated into EnglishBibliographyIndexMap: Principal Destinations of Libanius' Letters AD 354-365
Series Title: Translated texts for historians, 41
Responsibility: translated with an introduction by Scott Bradbury.
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