Ammianus Marcellinus as a military historian (Historia, Zeitschrift fur alte Geschichte : Einzelschriften ; Heft 27) ePub download
by Gary A Crump
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Crump, G. Ammianus Marcellinus as a Military Historian, Historia Einzelschriften 27 (1975) 59ff. Sabbah, . La Méthode d’Ammien Marcellin (Paris 1978) 421ff. People also favour a more authoritarian brand of religion: Sales, . ‘Economic Threat as a Determinant of Conversion Rates in Authoritarian and Non-authoritarian Churches’, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 23 (1972) 420–28. 30. Newbold, R. ‘Boundaries and Bodies in Late Antiquity’, Arethusa 12 (1979) 93–114, esp.
AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS, historian who provides important information on the Sasanians
AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS, historian who provides important information on the Sasanians. Born ca. 330-35 in Antioch on the Orontes to a wealthy family of Greek origin, he received a bilingual education in Greek and Latin. Toward 350 he entered the elite group of the protectores domestici and was appointed to the staff of the general Ursicinus. As a protector, he was in a good position to obtain first-hand information, whether through conversations with Ursicinus and other military personalities, or through staff reports based on statements of scouts, spies, or deserters. He seems to have received information on the Persian-Roman negotiations of 354-63 from those actually involved.
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Source: Historia: Zeitschrift fr Alte Geschichte, B. He need not himself be regarded as a god (though indeed the ambiguity of the emperor's position on the line that divides the divine and the mortal is well attested by the manifestations of 'imperial cult').
He need not himself be regarded as a god (though indeed the ambiguity of the emperor's position on the line that divides the divine and the mortal is well attested by the manifestations of 'imperial cult').
Deeds" by Ammianus Marcellinus is the most important literary source of the IV century. Data that were used by Ammianus were carefully selected and tested
Deeds" by Ammianus Marcellinus is the most important literary source of the IV century. Data that were used by Ammianus were carefully selected and tested. A part of them is based on his personal recollections, another part was obtained from official documents or the writings of the witnesses and direct participants of the events. At the same time the specificity of the future historian’s staff service left a mark on all of his narrative making Ammianus avoid the detailed descriptions of the army actions in the battlefield, which we would expect from a field officer.
Ammianus Marcellinus, last major Roman historian, whose work continued the history of the later Roman Empire to 37.
Ammianus Marcellinus, last major Roman historian, whose work continued the history of the later Roman Empire to 378. Ammianus was born of a noble Greek family and served in the army of Constantius II in Gaul and Persia under the general Ursicinus, who was dismissed after he allowed the Persians t. Ammianus admired Julian as a man, a soldier, and a leader; yet, although they were both pagans, he criticized Julian’s religious policies. His judgment in political affairs was limited only by his own straightforward attitude.
Crump, Gary A. Ammianus Marcellinus as a military historian. Steiner, 1975, ISBN 3-515-01984-7. Ammianus Marcellinus and Zonaras on a Late Roman Assassination Plot". Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte. Franz Steiner Verlag. Drijvers, Jan and David Hunt. Late Roman World and its Historian. Routledge, 1999, ISBN 0-415-20271-X. Bd. 46, H. 1 1st Qtr. Gibbon, Edward (1995). Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.