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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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
Peloponnesian War Sources - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
Aristophanes | Diodorus Siculus | Nepos | Plutarch | Thucydides | Xenophon ... Cornelius Nepos: Liber de excellentibus ducibus exterarum gentium (George ...
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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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