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New history / Zosimus ; a translation with commentary by Ronald T. Ridley
Bib ID 285803
Format BookBook
Author
Zosimus
 
Uniform Title Historia nova. English
Description [Sydney] : Australian Association for Byzantine Studies, 1982 
xv, 263 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0959362606
Series

Byzantina Australiensia ; 2.

Notes

Includes index.

At head of title: Australian Association for Byzantine Studies.

Bibliography: p. [233]-235.

Subjects Ancient Rome, 138-476.  |  Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
Other authors/contributors Ridley, Ronald T. (Ronald Thomas), 1940-  |  Australian Association for Byzantine Studies

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