4 edition of The history of the world translated from the Latin of Justin found in the catalog.
The history of the world translated from the Latin of Justin
Marcus Junianus Justinus
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Get this from a library. Justin's history of the world translated into English: with a prefatory discourse concerning the advantages masters ought chiefly to have in their view, in reading any ancient historian, Justin in particular, with their scholars.
A few necessary remarks upon Justin are added in marginal notes ; and to this new translation is also subjoined, an exact chronological. It gives a very comprehensive introduction to the "natural" history of Latin, in a way highlighting the sophisticated picture of Latin language, though it is not a common spoken language nowadays.
As a mature student from Asia, I enjoy reading this book through the pages as an overview and see the point from "natural" to its "longevity".Cited by: Get this from a library.
The history of the world translated from the Latin of Justin: with some necessary remarks by way of notes ; and a prefatory discourse, Concerning the Advantages that ought chiefly to be had in view, in reading this or any ancient Historian. To this new translation is subjoined, an exact chronological table of the affairs of the world, from the Creation to the birth.
The English translation of Justin's Epitome was entered by David Camden () from Watson's edition. This text is in the public domain and may be copied and distributed for private and educational use, provided this original notice is kept intact.
1 Near Gaza. Diod. Sic. xix. — Wetzel. 2 Wetzel, in his text, has the old reading Abderitas, but expresses himself, in his notes, in favour of Freinshemius’s conjecture, Antariatas, from xx.
19, and Athen. viii. 2; which Graevius adopted. The Antariatae bordered on Dardania and Paeonia. See Strabo, lib. xix. The inhabitants of the island of Gyarus are also.
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Having been borne across the world, we are translated men. It is normally supposed that something always gets lost in translation; I cling, obstinately to .INTRODUCTORY COMMENTS [Paul Halsall] The text presented here is the abridged translation of Gregory of Tour's History of the Franks made by Earnest Brehaut in The etext gives the full text of the Brehaut edition, pp.apart from the Selections from The Eight Books of Miracles [pp.
] which has been made available separately.