This ebook includes new serious versions of 2 early and critical examples of the most well-liked past due Roman old genres. the 2 texts, Chronicle of Hydatius and Consularia Constantinopolitana, offer an crucial modern account of the fourth century A.D. those variations, in accordance with the 1st ever exam of all surviving manuscripts, are supplied with exact introductions and appendices, and contain the 1st English translation of Hydatius.
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