Ancient History & Civilisation

Abbreviations

Reference Works and Journals

AJA

American Journal of Archaeology

Ant. Tard.

Antiquité Tardive

Byz. Zeitschr.

Byzantinische Zeitschrift

CAH

Cambridge Ancient History

CQ

Classical Quarterly

EHR

English Historical Review

GRBS

Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies

HSCP

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

JHS

Journal of Hellenic Studies

JRA

Journal of Roman Archaeology

JRS

Journal of Roman Studies

JTS

Journal of Theological Studies

PBA

Proceedings of the British Academy

PBSR

Papers of the British School at Rome

PCPS

Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society

REA

Revue des études anciennes

ZPE

Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik

Ancient Authors, Works, and Documents (Details of Translations Can Be Found in the Bibliography)

HE = Historia Ecclesiastica (Ecclesiastical History)

L’Année épigraphique, published in Revue Archéologique and separately. 1888–

Anon. Val.

Anonymus Valesianus

Anth. Pal.

Anthologia Palatina

Aur. Victor, Caes.

Aurelius Victor, de Caesaribus (On the Emperors)

Cassiodorus, Var.

Cassiodorus, Variae

Chron. Gall.

Chronica Gallica (Chronicles of Gaul)

Chron. Min.

Chronica Minora (Monumenta Germanicae Historiae)

Chron. Pasch.

Chronicon Paschale (Easter Chronicle)

CIL

Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum. 1863–

CJust.

Codex Iustinianus (Code of Justinian)

Claudian, de bello Gothico

On the Gothic War

Claudian, In Eutrop.

Claudian, In Eutropium (Against Eutropius)

Constantine

Constantine Porphyrogennitos,

    Porphyrogennitos, De Caer.

    De Caerimoniis (On Ceremonies)

CTh.

Codex Theodosianus (Code of Theodosius II)

De Caer.

Constantine Porphyrogennitos, De Caerimoniis (On Ceremonies)

Epiphanius, Pan.

Epiphanius, Panarion (Medicine Chest Against Heresies)

Eusebius, VC

Eusebius, Vita Constantini (Life of Constantine)

Eutropius, Brev.

Eutropius, Breviarium (Abbreviated History of Rome)

Festus, Brev.

Festus, Breviarium (Abbreviated History of Rome)

FHG

C. Müller. Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum. 1841–70

Greg. Tur., Hist.

Gregory of Tours, Historiae (History of the Franks)

Hieron. Chron.

Hieronymus (Jerome), Chronica

ILS

H. Dessau. Inscriptiones Latinae Selectae. Berlin. 1892–1916

John Lydus, de mag.

John Lydus, de magistratibus (On Magistrates)

Jordanes, Get.

Jordanes, Getica (Getic [Gothic] History)

Julian, Caes.

Julian, Caesares (The Emperors)

Justinian, Nov.

Justinian, Novellae (New Laws)

Lactantius, DMP

de mortibus persecutorum (On the Deaths of the Persecutors)

Libanius, Or.

Libanius, Oratio

MAMA

Monumenta Asia Minoris Antiqua

Marcellinus, Chron.

Marcellinus, Chronicle

Optatus, app.

Optatus, Against the Donatists, appendix of documentary evidence

Pan. Lat.

Panegyrici Latini (Latin Panegyrics)

Photius, Bibl. cod.

Photius, Bibliotheke codicum (Library of Manuscript Books)

Procopius, Bell. Goth.

Procopius, Bella Gothica, Persica, Vandalica

    (Pers., Vand.)

    (Gothic [Persian, Vandal] Wars)

Ps-Joshua, Chron.

Pseudo-Joshua, Chronicle (The Chronicle of Ps-Joshua the Stylite)

SEG

Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum

SHA [Carus]

Scriptores Historiae Augustae (Vita Cari [Life of Carus])

Sidonius, Carm.

Sidonius Apollinarius, Carmina (poems)

Sulpicius Severus, Martin

Sulpicius Severus, Life of Martin

Symmachus Rel.

Symmachus, Relationes

Theophanes, Chron.

Theophanes, Chronographia

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