The Ecclesiastical Histories Of Eusebius Socrates Sozomen And Theodorit

Author: Eusebius (of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea)
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Herodotus Histories Book V

Author: Herodotus
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521878713
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One of the most important works of history in Western literature, by the freshest and liveliest of all classical Greek prose authors, Herodotus's Histories is also a key text for the study of ancient Greece and the Persian Empire. Covering a central and widely studied period of Greek history, Book V not only describes the revolt of the east Greeks against their Persian masters, which led to the great Persian Wars of 490–479 BC, but also provides fascinating material about the mainland Greek states in the sixth century BC. This is an up-to-date edition of and commentary on the Greek text of the book, providing extensive help with the Greek, basic historical information and clear maps, as well as lucid and insightful historical and literary interpretation of the text. The volume is suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, teachers and scholars.

Gaius Iulius Caesar Gallic War Book Iii

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Editor: CUP Archive
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Essentials In Ancient History

Author: Arthur Mayer Wolfson
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Lausiac History Of Palladius

Author: Cuthbert Butler
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1592448283
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The Lausiac History Of Palladius

Author: Palladius
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108077080
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Published 1898-1904, this two-volume work includes Palladius' Greek text, critical notes and further discussion of Egyptian monasticism.

Revival Christain Monasticism A Great Force In History 1925

Author: Ian C. Hannah
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351243551
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Tis book puts in context the place of Christian monasticism in the story of the world. That is the theme the author has tried to deal with, and though many excellent things have been written about monks this book deals with their earnest labours for mankind from just this point of view. The twin pillars of mediaeval civilization were the tradition of Home and Christian monasticism (rather than the Christian faith as such), and each had a great contribution to make. In this book the author has attempted to set forth the main outlines of the second pillar of medievalism - those tasks so well achieved by the monks whose original traditions might have appeared so exceedingly unpromising.