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History of the world in epitome
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Epitome rerum Romanarum by Lucius Annaeus Florus; 33 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Ancient History, Early works to , Rome, Accessible book. Epitome of the Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus. translated, with notes, by the Rev. John Selby Watson. had gone thither as eagerly as if, in a division of the world, the east had fallen by lot to Alexander, the son of his sister Olympias, and the west to himself, and as if he was likely to have not less to do in Italy, Africa, and.
Book XI. Commencement of Alexander’s reign; he prepares to invade Persia, I. II.—Suppresses the seeds of revolt in Greece; destroys Thebes; banishes the Athenian orators, III. IV.—Sets out for Persia, V.—Battle of the Granicus, VI. —The Gordian knot, VII. —Alexander and his physician Philippus, VIII. Battle of Issus, IX. —Alexander becomes luxurious; takes Tyre, X.—Visits the. ( views) A Short History of the World by H. G. Wells - MacMillan, A history of the world, starting with the origins of the Earth. Wells explains the development of the Earth and life on Earth, until reaching primitive thought and the development of humankind. The book ends with .
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History of the World in Epitome book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The full title is History of the World in Epitome (For use in Martian infant schools). It is by Bertrand Russell, drawings are by Franciszka Themerson. It has 16 pages including front and back covers and is, as I measure it, /16" high, /16" wide, and less than 1/16" thick, and is bound with two staples.5/5(1).
This sweeping yet succinct new survey introduces readers to the history of the crusades from the eleventh to the twenty-first century. By synthesizing a variety of historical perspectives, the book deliberately locates crusading in the broader history of the Mediterranean, moving away from approaches focused primarily on narrating the deeds of a small section of the Latin Christian elite to /5(4).
Justin was the author of an epitome of Trogus' expansive Liber Historiarum Philippicarum, or Philippic Histories, a history of the kings of Macedonia, compiled in the time of Augustus.
Due to its numerous digressions, this work was retitled by one of its editors, Historia Philippicae et Totius Mundi Origines et Terrae Situs, or Philippic.
A book that simultaneously frustrate you and keeps you reading. The problem with an history of the world is that it will be very, very fast paced. There's a lot of history to cover, and so, you don't have much space to devote for any specific thing. Sooner or later, you'll get to disagree with History of the world in epitome book on the importance placed on specific topics/5.
The Historia Philippicae et Totius Mundi Origines et Terrae Situs, or Philippic History and Origins of the Entire World and All of its Lands, by the second century Roman writer Justin is an epitome of the Augustan historian Pompeius Trogus' earlier expansive work the Historiæ Phillippicæ, and the only surviving link, although much of the content has been (s): Justin.
Dio Cassius (Cassius Dio), c. CE, was born in Bithynia. Little of his Roman History survives, but missing portions are partly supplied from elsewhere and there are many excerpts.
Dio's work is a vital source for the last years of the Roman republic and the first four Roman emperors. Justin’s Epitome: The Unlikely Adaptation of Trogus’ World History event, and this at times not necessarily with an addition of his own but simply by the omission of text.
The Historiae Philippicae and Ancient Historiography The Historiae Philippicae, despite being the only pre-Christian world history written in Latin, has no truly unique characteristics to distinguish it from theFile Size: KB.
Pompeius Trogus, a Romanized Gaul living in the age of Augustus, wrote a forty-four book universal history (The Philippic History) of the non-Roman Mediterranean world. This work was later abbreviated by M. Junianus Justinus. Alexander the Great's life has been examined in minute detail by scholars for many decades, but the period of chaos that ensued after his death in BC has.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: unnumbered pages illustrations 14 cm: Other Titles: History of the world in epitome. This “epitome of the inhabited world” is perhaps a reading key to the as Rome sees all cities and all peoples of the world condense in its space, so the library condensed in Athenaeus’ text allows one not only to move through all the books that it contains, but also through the oikoumenē; to travel, to trace infinite itineraries, without ever coming out of a Roman domus.
Other articles where Historical Epitome is discussed: Joannes Zonaras: Byzantine historian whose world history, Historical Epitome, extending from the creation toprovides valuable information on. Buy a cheap copy of History of the World in Epitome (for use book by Bertrand Russell. Free shipping over $ Download justin epitome of the philippic history of pompeius trogus volume ii books 13 15 or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get justin epitome of the philippic history of pompeius trogus volume ii books 13 15 book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to. First UK edition, issued on the occasion of Russell's 90th birthday on 18 May The History of the World in Epitome is a word summary of the human trajectory from the garden of Eden to the apocalypse in reaction to the Cuban missile crisis, with Themerson's charming pen and ink drawings.
EPITOME OF BOOK I. CHAP. Philostorgius says that he cannot tell who was the author of the two books which are commonly called those of the Maccabees. But he is especially loud in the praise of their unknown author, inasmuch as the events which he narrates in them are found to correspond exactly with the prophecies of Daniel: 1 and also because of the skill which he | shows in explaining.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Pompeius Trogus, a Romanized Gaul living in the age of Augustus, wrote a forty four-book universal history (The Philippic History) of the non-Roman, Mediterranean world.
This work was later abbreviated by a certain M. Junianus Justinus, better know as Justin/5(12). Florus (second century CE) wrote, in brief pointed rhetorical style, a two-book summary of Roman history (especially military) in order to show the greatness and decline of Roman morals.
Based chiefly on Livy and perhaps planned to reach Florus's own times, the extant work ends with Augustus's reign (30. Similar Items. Elements of general history, ancient and modern / by: Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, Published: () Historical & descriptive lessons, embracing sketches of the history, character & customs of all nations designed as a companion to Goodrich's, Woodbridge's, Morse's, Smiley's, and other school geographies / Published: ().Pompeius Trogus, a Romanized Gaul living in the age of Augustus, wrote a forty-four book universal history (The Philippic History) of the non-Roman, Mediterranean world.
This work was later abbreviated by a certain M. Junianus Justinus, better known as Justin. The brilliant German mathematician Johannes Kepler (), one of the founders of modern astronomy, revolutionized the Copernican heliocentric theory of the universe with his three laws of motion: that the planets move not in circular but elliptical orbits, that their speed is greatest when nearest the sun, and that the sun and planets form an integrated system.