Reference Studies in Medieval History

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XIV. HISTORIOGRAPHY AND HISTORIANS OF THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES
[Consult the topical references for other information on this subject.]
1. THE LAST LATIN HISTORIANS
General references: History of All Nations, V, chap. xiv; VI, chap. xix.a) Ammianus Marcellinus
Roman History, translated by C. D. Yonge ( Bohn Library).
Fisher H., "The Last of the Latin Historians," Quarterly Review ( July, 1918).
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, I, Part I, 112-15.
Teuffel and Schwabe, History of Latin Literature, II, sec. 429.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, II, 536 f., 549 f., 553.
Hayes C. H., Sources Relating to Germanic Invasions, pp. 60-64.
Glover T. R., Life and Letters in Fourth Century, chap. ii.
History of All Nations, VI, chap. i (general survey of literature).
b) Claudian the poet
Hawkins A., Works of Claudian Translated into English Verse, 2 vols. ( 1817).
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, Vol. II (index).
Teuffel and Schwabe, History of Latin Linage, II, sec. 439.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, III, 485 f.
Crees, Claudian as an Historical Authority.
2. CHURCH HISTORIANS OF FOURTH AND FIFTH CENTURIES
Crutwell, Literary History of Early Christianity.
Krueger P., Early Christian Literature.
Dublin Review, Series IV, IX, 94 (review of Harnack).
Quarterly Review, CLXV, 222; CLXXXII, 370.
Encyclopedia or Dictionary of Christian Biography, under the names: Lactantius, Eusebius, Jerome, Theodoret, Sozomen, and Socrates.
Gibbon E., Decline and Fall, II, 531-40.
3. HISTORIANS OF THE PERIOD OF THE INVASIONS AND GERMAN KINGDOMS
Hayes C. H., Sources Relating to Germanic Invasions.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, I-IV, chapter headings.
Robinson J. H., Readings, I, chap. iii, and pp. 28-34.
Guizot F. P., Civilization in France, Course II, Lectures 17, 18.
Brehaut E., History of the Franks by Gregory of Tours (English translation).

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