Envoys and Political Communication in the Late Antique West, 411-533

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NOTE ON EDITIONS, COMMENTARIES,
AND TRANSLATIONS OF MAJOR
SOURCES

HYDATIUS

Hydatius Lemicus, Continuatio chronicorum Hieronymianorum, ed. T. Mommsen (MGH AA 11), 1–36.

The Chronicle of Hydatius and the Consularia Constantinopolitana: Two Contemporary Accounts of the Final Years of the Roman Empire, ed. and trans. R. W. Burgess (Oxford 1993), 70–123.

Hydace, Chronique, ed. and French trans. Alain Tranoy, i [trans.], ii [notes] (Sources chrétiennes 218, 219; Paris, 1974).

References give Mommsen's section numbering, followed by Burgess' in square brackets, except where these coincide.

Tranoy's edition employs the flawed revision of Hydatius' chronology proposed by Christian Courtois, ‘Auteurs et scribes: remarques sur la Chronique d'Hydace’, Byzantion 21 (1951), 23–54; cf. Muhlberger, Fifth-Century Chroniclers, 200–4, 279–312; Burgess, Chronicle, 27–31. On Hydatius' preface: Pierre Nautin, ‘L'Introduction d'Hydace à sa continuation de la Chronique d'Eusébe et Jérôme’, Revue d'Histoire des Textes 14–15 (1984–5), 143–5.

English translation: Burgess, Chronicle. Translations here are my own.

For commentary: Tranoy's edition (above); Thompson, Romans and Barbarians, 137–229; Muhlberger, Fifth-Century Chroniclers, 193–266; Burgess, ‘Hydatius’, i; Cardelle de Hartmann, Philologische Studien. For recent work on late antique Gallaecia: Alberto Ferreiro, ‘Sueves and Martin of Braga: Historiography and Future Research Projects’, in Erwin Koller and Hugo Laitenberger (eds.), Suevos-Schwaben: Das Königreich der Sueben auf der Iberischen Halbinsel (411–585) (Tubingen, 1998), 37–62.


SIDONIUS APOLLINARIS

C. Solius Apollinaris Sidonius, Opera, ed. Jacques Sirmond (Paris, 1602)=PL 58, 435–752.

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