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The Late Roman World and Its Historian: Interpreting Ammianus Marcellinus

by Jan Willem Drijvers (Editor), David Hunt (Editor)

Other authors: Jan den Boeft (Contributor), Daan Den Hengst (Contributor), J. F. Drinkwater (Contributor), Thomas Harrison (Contributor), Peter Heather (Contributor)11 more, Keith Hopwood (Contributor), Mark Humphries (Contributor), Josephina Lenssen (Contributor), Roger Rees (Contributor), Rowland Smith (Contributor), Hans Teitler (Contributor), Shaun Tougher (Contributor), Frank Trombley (Contributor), Brian Warmington (Contributor), Michael Whitby (Contributor), David Woods (Contributor)

Series: Routledge Classical Monographs

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Ammianus Marcellinus, Greek by birth but writing in Latin c. AD 390, was the last great Roman historian. His writings are an indispensable basis for our knowledge of the late Roman world. This book represents a collection of papers analysing Ammianus's writings from a variety of perspective, including Ammianus as historian of, and participant in, Julian's Persian campaign, his identification with traditional religious attitudes and values in Rome and his view of the Persian Magi. The contributors engage especially with the concept of self-identification. They address the tension of Ammianus' dual role as both 'outside' external narrator and at the same time and 'insider' to the contemporary experiences and events which make up his surviving history.

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Ammianus Marcellinus, Greek by birth but writing in Latin c. AD 390, was the last great Roman historian. His writings are an indispensable basis for our knowledge of the late Roman world.

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