Reference Studies in Medieval History

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V. OSTROGOTHIC ITALY AND VISIGOTHIC SPAIN
1. THEODORIC THE GREAT (489-526)
Mierow C., Translation of Jordanes, Origin and Deeds of the Goths.
Oman C. W., Dark Ages, chaps. i-ii.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, III, Book IV, chaps. viii-xi.
Hodgkin T., Theodoric the Ostrogoth.
Bury J. B., History of the Later Roman Empire, I, Book IV, chap. v.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, IV, chap. xxxix.
Gregorovius F., Rome in the Middle Ages, I, 253-333.
Cambridge Medieval History, I, 437-45, 477-86.
Grisar H., Rome and the Popes in the Middle Ages, II, 209-67.
Villari P., Barbarian Invasions of Italy, I, Book II, chaps. ii-vi; II, Book II, chaps. viii-ix.
Holmes W. G., Age of Justinian and Theodora, II, chap. x.
Emerton E., Introduction to the Middle Ages, chap. vi.
Freeman E. A., "Goths at Ravenna," Essays, Series III.
Frothingham A. L., Monuments of Christian Rome, chap. iii.
History of All Nations, VI. Chap. 21.
2. LITERARY CULTURE IN THE TIME OF THEODORIC
Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy of Boethius, translated into English prose and verse by H. R. James, 1897.
Hodgkin T., Letters of Cassiodorus, trans. (cf. English Historical Review, II, 362).
Hodgkin T., Theodoric the Great.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, III, Book IV, chap. xii.
Dill S., Roman Society in Last Century of Western Empire, Book V.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, IV, 180-205.
Freeman E. A., "The Goths at Ravenna," Essays, Series III.
Grisar H., Rome and the Popes in the Middle Ages, II, 302-15.
Sandys J. E., Companion to Latin Studies, secs. 1042-44.
Sandys J. E., History of Classical Scholarship, I, 251-75.
Dudden F., Gregory the Great, II, 160-73.
Tunison S., Dramatic Traditions of the Dark Ages, pp. 143-50.
Stewart H., Boethius.
Taylor H. O., Medieval Mind, I, 88-97.
Rand E. K., "The Composition of Boethius' Consolatio Philosophiae," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, XV, No. 1.
Lewis Bunnell, "The Antiquities of Ravenna," Arch. Jour., XXXII, 417-31.
Lake K., "Greek Monasteries in Southern Italy," Journal of Theological Studies, IV, 345-68.

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