The fragments of the Roman historians /Physical details: 3 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm ISBN:9780199277056 (set); 0199277052 (set); 9780199277032 (vol. 1); 0199277036 (vol. 1); 9780199277049 (vol. 2); 0199277044 (vol. 2); 9780199679065 (vol. 3); 0199679061 (vol. 3).
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
volume 1. Introduction -- volume 2. Texts and translations -- volume 3. Commentary.
"This title is a definitive and comprehensive edition of the fragmentary texts of all the Roman historians whose works are lost. Historical writing was an important part of the literary culture of ancient Rome, and its best-known exponents, including Sallust, Livy, Tacitus, and Suetonius, provide much of our knowledge of Roman history. However, these authors constitute only a small minority of the Romans who wrote historical works from around 200 BC to AD 250. In this period we know of more than 100 writers of history, biography, and memoirs whose works no longer survive for us to read. They include well-known figures such as Cato the Elder, Sulla, Cicero, and the emperors Augustus, Tiberius, Claudius, Hadrian, and Septimius Severus"--Page 4 of cover.