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Secret History of Procopius

Secret History of Procopius The historian Procopius was not a Latin He was born in Caesarea in Palestine about AD and apparently was one of those Samaritans whom he mentions in the Secret History as adopting Christianity fo

  • Title: Secret History of Procopius
  • Author: Richard Atwater
  • ISBN: 9780766170391
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • The historian Procopius was not a Latin He was born in Caesarea in Palestine about 500 AD, and apparently was one of those Samaritans whom he mentions in the Secret History as adopting Christianity for formal protection and not at all for spiritual reasons In the following text, the chapter divisions are those of the manuscript Here is a narrative with the fascinationThe historian Procopius was not a Latin He was born in Caesarea in Palestine about 500 AD, and apparently was one of those Samaritans whom he mentions in the Secret History as adopting Christianity for formal protection and not at all for spiritual reasons In the following text, the chapter divisions are those of the manuscript Here is a narrative with the fascination of the elder Dumas but it is than a collection of anecdotes of intrigue, it is a history, in which the purple past of Rome lives again in spirited pictures, thrown, if you care for a further metaphor, upon the screen of the present.

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    Secret History of Procopius

    About "Richard Atwater"

    1. Richard Atwater

      Richard Tupper Atwater 1892 1948 was a Chicago journalist He wrote for a number of newspapers including the Chicago Evening Post, the Chicago Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, and the Herald Examiner He contributed to the literary and arts magazine The Chicagoan He also taught Greek at the University of Chicago In 1932, after watching a documentary about Richard E Byrd s Antarctic expedition, he began writing the first part of the book but was forced to stop due to a stroke he suffered in 1934 Other books by Richard Atwater include Rickety Rhymes of Riq published in 1925 and Doris and the Trolls published in 1931

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    1. Hilarious character assassination from the ancient world Procopius would be right at home on crazy alt right radio these days Among other things Belisarius was apparently guilty of, was wandering around the palace at night without his head Due to his being a satanic creature of course.




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