2 edition of Dio"s Roman history found in the catalog.
Dio"s Roman history
Cassius Dio Cocceianus
|Statement||with an English translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the basis of the versionof Herbert Baldwin Foster, PH.D. In nine volumes.|
|Series||The Loeb classical library|
|Contributions||Cary, Earnest, 1879-, Foster, Herbert Baldwin, 1874-1906.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 v ;|
Dio's Roman History, with an English Translation by Earnest Cary, PH.D., on the Basis of the Version of Herbert Baldwin Foster, PH.D. in Nine Volumes by Cassius Dio Cocceianus, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(36). Cassius Dio (c): Roman senator of Greek descent, historian, author of a very important Roman History. Severus Alexander Like Arrian of Nicomedia and Appian of Alexandria, Cassius Dio (c) was a Greek by birth and a Roman .
Dio, Book II. "[The Romans, realizing] that their [the Albans'] reputation would stand in the way of their own growth." Neither of the two Tullus or Mettius sanctioned the removal [of his people to the other city], but both championed their own pretensions. Cassius Dio was a Roman senator and imperial administrator of Greek origin who lived in the third century AD. He wrote a Roman History that ran from the mythical foundation of the city to his own time. This edition includes books 50 to 56, covering the end of the first century BC civil wars and the reign of Augustus/5(23).
Roman History, Volume VIII book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dio Cassius (Cassius Dio), ca. CE, was born at N /5. Of the eighty books of Dio's great work Roman History, covering the era from the legendary landing of Aeneas in Italy to the reign of Alexander Severus ( CE), we possess Books (36 and have gaps), which cover the years 68 BCE CE. The missing portions are partly supplied, for the earlier gaps by Zonaras, who relies closely.
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Dio's Roman History: With An English Translation Hardcover – Ap by Cassius Dio Cocceianus (Author)/5(2). Overview This Halcyon Classics ebook contains the complete six volume ROMAN HISTORY (also known as DIO'S ROME) by Roman Consul and historian Cassius Dio.
Covering some 1, years of Roman history, Dio's work spans 80 books, with books partially or substantially complete.
Abridgments, fragments, and epitomes round out the : Halcyon Press Ltd. Dio Cassius, Roman administrator and historian, the author of Romaika, a history of Rome, written in Greek, that is a most important authority for the last years of the republic and the early empire.
The son of Cassius Apronianus, governor of. Dio's Roman history, with an English translation by Cassius Dio Cocceianus; Cary, Earnest, ; Foster, Herbert Baldwin, Overview. Cassius Dio’s Roman History is the culmination of 22 years of research and labor.
Dio covers 1, years, from the story of Aeneas and the mythic founding of Rome up to ADduring Dio’s own life. While his accounts of pre-first-century-BC events draw heavily on myth and provide only summaries, his accounts of events.
Dio's Roman history by Cassius Dio Cocceianus; Cary, Earnest, ; Foster, Herbert Baldwin, Buy a cheap copy of Dio's Roman History: With an English book by Cassius Dio. Free shipping over $ The Author. For the little we know of Dio, filled out with a bit of reasonable conjecture, as well as a brief analysis and critique of the History and a somewhat longer account of the tangled manuscript situation, see Prof.
Cary's Introduction. The excerptors are less well represented online; except for Zonaras, Learn more. Zonaras used Dio as his principal source for Roman history down to bc, and provides a crucial complement to the fragments for our knowledge of Dio’s early books.
Comparison of Zonaras’ version with extant parts of Dio shows that, although abridging Dio. The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: Complete and Unabridged (With All Six Volumes, Original Maps, Working Footnotes, Links to Audiobooks and Illustrated) Edward Gibbon out of 5 stars Of the eighty books of Dio's great work Roman History, covering the era from the legendary landing of Aeneas in Italy to the reign of Alexander Severus (– CE), we possess Books 36–60 (36 and 55–60 have gaps), which cover the years 68 BCE –47 CE.
The missing portions are partly supplied, for the earlier gaps by Zonaras, who relies closely on Dio, and for some. In Rome Nero first divorced Octavia Augusta, on account of his concubine Sabina, and later he put her to death.
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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.
In a radical change of approach, Cassius Dio’s Forgotten History of Early Rome illuminates the least explored and understood part of Cassius Dio’s enormous Roman History: the first two decads, which span over half a millennium of history and constitute a quarter of Dio’s ing literary and historiographical perspectives with source-criticism and textual.
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Of the eighty books of Dio’s great work Roman History, covering the era from the legendary landing of Aeneas in Italy to the reign of Alexander Severus (– CE), we possess Books 36–60 (36 and 55–60 have gaps), which cover the years 68 BCE to 47 CE.
Lucius Cassius Dio (/ ˈ k æ ʃ ə s ˈ d aɪ oʊ /; c. – c. ) or Dio Cassius (Greek: Δίων Κάσσιος) was a Roman statesman and historian of Greek and Roman origin. He published 80 volumes of history on ancient Rome, beginning with the arrival of Aeneas in Italy. The volumes documented the subsequent founding of Rome ( BC), the formation of the Republic ( BC), and the Born: c.
AD, Nicaea, Bithynia. Dio Cassius: the Manuscripts of "The Roman History". Cassius Dio (or Dion Cassius as he is known in Greek) wrote his Roman History in 80 books in Greek, sometime in the early 3rd century under Severus or Caracalla, both of whom he knew.
Dio exerted no appreciable influence on his immediate successors in the field of Roman history. Buy Dio's Roman History: With an English Translation by Cassius Dio Cocceianus online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 8 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Dio's Roman History.
With an English Translation by Earnest Cary on the Basis of the Version of Herbert Baldwin Foster. In Nine Volumes: IX [This volume only] DIO (Earnest Cary, Translator). Dio's Roman History/Book I. For, while I shall recount the history of the Romans in full, to the best of my ability, outside of that only what has a bearing on their affairs will be recorded.
Zonaras 7, 1. vanished from sight, being seen no more alive or dead, and he was honoured as a god among the Latins. Hence he was regarded by the.Dio's Roman history. Of the eighty books of Dio's great work Roman History, covering the era from the legendary landing of Aeneas in Italy to the reign of Alexander Severus, we possess Books (36 and have gaps), which cover the years 68 BC - AD 47).Dio Cassius (Cassius Dio), ca.
? CE, was born at Nicaea in Bithynia in Asia Minor. On the death of his father (Roman governor of Cilicia) he went in to Rome, entered the Senate, and under the emperor Commodus was an advocate.
He held high offices, becoming a close friend of several emperors. He was made governor of Pergamum and Smyrna; consul in ; 5/5(2).