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Cornelius Nepos - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
Definition: Cornelius Nepos, who probably lived from around 100 to 24 B.C., is our first surviving Latin biographer. A contemporary of Cicero, Catullus, and ...
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Ancient Biography - Cornelius Nepos - Plutarch - Tacitus - Suetonius
Biography was not a major literary genre in the ancient world. Of course, historians did include some biographical information in their works, but biography , the ...
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Cornelius Nepos: Lives of Eminent Commanders (1886) pp. 305-450
titus pomponius atticus, marcus porcius cato, john selby, eminent man, greek literature, pelopidas, eminent men, alcibiades, lysander, athenians, rev john, ...
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Classical Abbreviations for Authors and Their Works
Cornelius Nepos, Cato; Nep. Cha.: Cornelius Nepos, Chabrias; Nep. Cim.: Cornelius Nepos, Cimon; Nep. Con.: Cornelius Nepos, Conon; Nep. Dat.: Cornelius ...
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Peloponnesian War Sources - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
Aristophanes | Diodorus Siculus | Nepos | Plutarch | Thucydides | Xenophon ... Cornelius Nepos: Liber de excellentibus ducibus exterarum gentium (George ...
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Pliny The Younger - Letters - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
To Sempronius Rufus. XXIII. -- To Pomponius Bassus. XXIV. -- To Fabius Valens. XXV. -- To Messius Maximus. XXVI. -- To Nepos. XXVII. -- To Pompeius Falco.
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Ancient Historians - Who Were the Ancient Historians?
Cornelius Nepos, who probably lived from around 100 to 24 B.C., is our first surviving biographer. A contemporary of Cicero, Catullus, and Augustus, Nepos ...
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Who Was Seleucus? - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Sources. Diodorus xviii Justin xiii; Plutarch; Nepos; Jona Lendering; Curtius x.5.7 f. Greek Coins and Their Parent Cities, by John Ward, Sir George Francis Hill ...
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Political Map of Europe in 476 C.E. - Medieval History - About.com
A string of short-lived emperors, many of whom were puppets of the military, culminated in one Julius Nepos, who took the throne in 474. Nepos had little time to ...
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The Later Roman Emperors - European History - About.com
Julius Nepos (474-475) Romulus Augustus (475-476, deposed) End of direct imperial rule in the west 476/80. References Dynasties of the World by John Morby
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