7 edition of The history of Justin, taken out of the four and forty books of Trogus Pompeius found in the catalog.
The history of Justin, taken out of the four and forty books of Trogus Pompeius
|Statement||translated into English by Robert Codrington ...|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 742:60.|
|Contributions||Codrington, Robert, 1601-1665, Trogus, Pompeius.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 498,  p.|
|Number of Pages||498|
How the relation may have stood in Trogus Pompeius, from whose voluminous works in forty-four books or volumes Justin abridged his history, we cannot tell, as the work of Trogus is irrecoverably lost; but it is evident that the account was taken in the main from the Mosaic history, and it is written with as much candor as can be expected from a. A History of Roman Literature by Charles Thomas Cruttwell Part 10 out of homepage; Index of A History of Roman Literature; Previous part (9) Next part (11) Tacitus intended to have completed his labours by a history of Augustus's reign, which, however, he did not live to write. This is a great misfortune.
In his History of Japanese Printing and Book Illustration, The original unabridged work was written in forty-four books by the Augustan historian Pompeius Trogus. This edition has a large woodcut on the title page, 49 text illustrations, and 21 chapter tailpieces, chiefly by Wieditz and Breu the elder. See Prid. at the year And it is truly observed by Dr. Hudson on this place, that the Syrians and Assyrians are sometimes confounded in ancient authors, according to the words of Justin, the epitomiser of Trogus -pompeius, who says that "the Assyrians were afterward called Syrian." B. .
Augustine's City of God, Book 4. Justinus, who wrote Greek or rather foreign history in Latin, and briefly, like Trogus Pompeius whom he followed, begins his work thus: "In the beginning of the affairs of peoples and nations the government was in the hands of kings, who were raised to the height of this majesty not by courting the people. – Justin, Epitome of the Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus, Book “Demetrius (II), for his part, was defeated by Alexander (Zabinas) and, with misfortune besetting him on all sides, he was finally abandoned even by his wife and children.
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The history of Justin, taken out of the four and forty books of Trogus Pompeius: containing the affairs of all aages and countries, both in peace and war, from the beginning of the world until the time of the Roman emperors. Justinus: Epitome of Pompeius Trogus' Philippic Histories - books 1 and 2 Translated by Rev.
4 From these forty-four volumes therefore (for such was the number that he was enclosed in the body of a hare, of which the bowels had been taken out; and the hare was committed to a trusty slave, to be carried into Persia to.
A translation of Justinus' Epitome of Pompeius Trogus' histories, books 11 to 12 - covering the period B.C. L When he set out to the Persian war, and forty thousand were taken prisoners. On the side of the Macedonians were killed a.
Books of the Epitome of Pompeius Trogus. BOOK XXXI. Commencement of the war between Antiochus and the Romans; Flamininus is commissioned to act against Nabis, IHannibal flees from Carthage, and takes refuge with Antiochus, IINabis is conquered; conduct of the Achaean league; Hannibal's advice to Antiochus, IIIAntiochus incites the.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Marcus Junianus Justinus. An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Justinus, Marcus Junianus: Justini Historiae Philippicae: Ex Editione Abrahami Gronovii, cum Notis et Interpretatione in Usum Delphini, Variis Lectionibus, Notis Variorum, Recensu Editionum et Codicum, et Indice Locupletissimo (2.
It took me a while but I finally picked up Justin's book Epitome of the Philippic History of Pompeius Trogus (ISBN ), Part 1, books 11 i.e.
the pages talking about Alexander the Great. The translation is made by J.C. Yardley and the comments are by Waldemar Heckel, both authorities when it comes to Alexander's history.4/5(5). Justin and Pompeius Trogus: A Study of the Language of Justin's "Epitome" of Trogus J.C.
Yardley Around AD, Marcus Junianus Justinus produced an abridged or 'epitomized' version of the Philippic Histories of the Augustan historian Pompeius Trogus. The History of Justin, Taken out of the Four and Forty Books of Trogus Pompeius.
London: printed for William Whitwood, 12mo, 3/4 red gilt-stamped morocco over cloth. Fifth edition. M.’s presentation of the text starts with the forty-four prologues (1–21) and Justin’s preface to his epitome of Trogus’ work (22–3). Next follows M.’s presentation of Justin’s epitome of the ﬁrst ten books (24–).
In brief, they discuss: Book 1: from the Assyrians to. Alexander II was probably born in c. His name is Greek, meaning "protector of men". According to Justin, Alexander II was the son of an Egyptian trader named Protarchus.
Justin also added that "Alexander" was a regnal name bestowed upon the king by the Syrians. Justin further stated that Alexander II produced a fabricated story claiming he was an adopted son of Predecessor: Demetrius II.
In Book XII, Polybius discusses the worth of Timaeus’ account of the same period of history. He asserts Timaeus' point of view is inaccurate, invalid, and biased in favor of Rome. Therefore, Polybius's Histories is also useful in analyzing the different Hellenistic versions of history and of use as a credible illustration of actual events.Pompeius Trogus, Historiae Philippicae (late first century BC/early 1st century AD) Pompeius Trogus was a contemporary of Livy who wrote a world history from the time of the Assyrians to AD 9, in forty-four books.
The scope of his work complimented that of Livy and his focus was on the East and away from domestic Roman politics.The abc book of rockets, planets and outer space; Revision der hauptpunkte der psychophysik; Officially osbourne; Wordperfect for windows; The rise and fall of countryside management: a historical account; The history of justin, taken out of the four and forty books of trogus pompeius; containing the affairs of all aages and countries.