By John Marincola
This two-volume better half to Greek and Roman Historiography displays the hot instructions and interpretations that experience arisen within the box of historical historiography long ago few decades.Comprises a sequence of innovative articles written by way of recognized scholarsPresents wide, chronological remedies of vital concerns within the writing of heritage and antiquityThese are complemented via chapters on person genres and sub-genres from the 5th century B.C.E. to the fourth century C.E.Provides a sequence of interpretative readings at the person historiansContains essays at the neighbouring genres of tragedy, biography, and epic, between others, and their dating to background
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Thucydides, Athenian historian, 5th c. Tib. Tibullus, Latin poet, 1st c. Trog. Pompeius Trogus, Roman historian, 1st c. Varro Varro, Roman scholar and antiquarian, 116–27 Ling. Veg. CE Epistulae Tacitus, Roman historian, ca. 56–after 118 HE Theoph. 2007 7:24pm Compositor Name: PAnanthi B CE BCE BCE BCE/CE BCE De Lingua Latina (On the Latin Language) Vegetius, Latin writer, prob. –mid-5th c. C E Mil. De Re Militari (On Military Matters) Vell. Velleius Paterculus, Roman historian, 1st c. C E Verg.
Our knowledge is supplemented in part by fragmentary evidence. This information is of several types. , informational remarks made by surviving writers (not just historians) about the scope, arrangement, and/or nature of lost historical works. , citations (either verbatim or not) by later writers that inform us of the contents of lost works. Finally, we have summaries or outlines (known as epitomes or periochae) of lost works, though these are often extremely brief: a lost book of Livy, for example, might be summarized in no more than a paragraph, or a mammoth work such as Pompeius Trogus’ forty-four-book universal history (five times the size of Herodotus’ or Thucydides’ work) is known to us only from a later epitome of some 200 pages.
The clear intent is to render the recent past paradigmatically by placing it on the same level as that mythic past which time, distance, and the works of the poets (including tragedy) had made exemplary. The importance of paradigms derived from past history continued, in different literary genres and various forms, the goals and in certain ways the criteria that presided over the narrative choices of epic song. ’’ All of these genres constituted a type of galaxy (rather difficult for us to decipher because of the loss of so many works) that was linked to other galaxies, such as the various genres of geographic literature which also gave space to genealogical, historical, and ethnographic concerns.
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