Skip to main content
×
Home
History and Geography in Late Antiquity
  • Get access
    Check if you have access via personal or institutional login
  • Cited by 7
  • Cited by
    This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.

    Braund, David 2015. A Companion to Ancient Thrace.


    Ekman, Erik 2015. The Geography of Grammar: Nebrija's Appropriation of theLausTradition in the Prologue to theIntroduciones latinas(1488). Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Vol. 92, Issue. 2, p. 107.


    Weeda, Claire 2014. Ethnic Identification and Stereotypes in Western Europe, circa 1100-1300. History Compass, Vol. 12, Issue. 7, p. 586.


    Hurley, 2013. Alfredian Temporalities: Time and Translation in the Old English <em>Orosius</em>. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Vol. 112, Issue. 4, p. 405.


    2011. Tales of the Barbarians.


    Livingstone, David N 2010. Cultural politics and the racial cartographics of human origins. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 35, Issue. 2, p. 204.


    Baker, Alan R. H. 2007. Classifying Geographical History*. The Professional Geographer, Vol. 59, Issue. 3, p. 344.


    ×
  • Export citation
  • Recommend to librarian
  • Recommend this book

    Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

    History and Geography in Late Antiquity
    • Online ISBN: 9780511496370
    • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511496370
    Please enter your name
    Please enter a valid email address
    Who would you like to send this to? *
    ×
  • Buy the print book

Book description

The period from the fifth century to the eighth century witnessed massive political, social and religious change in Europe. Geographical and historical thought, long rooted to Roman ideologies, had to adopt the new perspectives of late antiquity. In the light of expanding Christianity and the evolution of successor kingdoms in the West, new historical discourses emerged which were seminal in the development of medieval historiography. Taking their lead from Orosius in the early fifth century, Latin historians turned increasingly to geographical description, as well as historical narrative, to examine the world around them. This book explores the interdependence of geographical and historical modes of expression in four of the most important writers of the period: Orosius, Jordanes, Isidore of Seville and the Venerable Bede. It offers important readings of each by arguing that the long geographical passages with which they were introduced were central to their authors' historical assumptions and arguments.

Reviews

    • Aa
    • Aa
Refine List
Actions for selected content:
Select all | Deselect all
  • View selected items
  • Export citations
  • Download PDF (zip)
  • Send to Kindle
  • Send to Dropbox
  • Send to Google Drive
  • Send content to

    To send content items to your account, please confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about sending content to .

    To send content to your Kindle, first ensure coreplatform@cambridge.org is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon account. Then enter the ‘name’ part of your Kindle email address below. Find out more about sending to your Kindle.

    Note you can select to send to either the @free.kindle.com or @kindle.com variations. ‘@free.kindle.com’ emails are free but can only be sent to your device when it is connected to wi-fi. ‘@kindle.com’ emails can be delivered even when you are not connected to wi-fi, but note that service fees apply.

    Find out more about the Kindle Personal Document Service.

    Please be advised that item(s) you selected are not available.
    You are about to send:
    ×

Save Search

You can save your searches here and later view and run them again in "My saved searches".

Please provide a title, maximum of 40 characters.
×

This list contains references from the content that can be linked to their source. For a full set of references and notes please see the PDF or HTML where available.


S. A. M.Adshead, (1992) Salt and Civilization (London)

J. M.Alonso-Núñez, (1981) ‘L'historien Jordanès comme sources de l'histoire de la péninsule ibérique’, Revue Belge de philologie et d'histoire, 59, 147–51

J. M.Alonso-Núñez, (1987a) ‘Jordanes and Procopius on Northern Europe’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, 31, 1–16

J. M.Alonso-Núñez, (1987b) ‘An Augustan World History: The Historiae Philippicae of Pompeius Trogus’, Greece and Rome, 34, 56–72

PatrickAmory, . (1997) People and Identity in Ostrogothic Italy 489–554 (Cambridge)

Mark E.Amsler, (1979) ‘Literary Onomastics and the Descent of Nations: the Example of Isidore and Vico’, Names, 27 (1979), 106–16

Milton V.Anastos, (1946) ‘The Alexandrian Origin of the Christian Topography of Cosmas Indicopleustes’, Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 3, 75–80

Milton V.Anastos, (1951) ‘Pletho and Strabo on the Habitability of the Torrid Zone’, Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 44, 7–10

TheodoreAndersson, . (1971) Review of Hachmann (1970), in Speculum, 46, 373–5

CliffordAndo, . (2000) Imperial Ideology and Provincial Loyalty in the Roman Empire (Berkeley)

PaulArchambault, . (1966) ‘The Ages of Man and the Ages of the World: a Study of Two Traditions’, Revue des études augustiniennes, 12, 193–228

Alan R. H.Baker, (2003) Geography and History: Bridging the Divide. Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography, 36 (Cambridge)

BarryBaldwin, . (1977) ‘Jordanes on Eugenius: Some Further Problems’, Antichthon, 11, 103–4

BarryBaldwin, . (1981) ‘Sources for the Getica of Jordanes’, Revue Belge de philologie et d'histoire, 59, 141–6

Paul M.Bassett, (1976) ‘The Use of History in the “Chronicon” of Isidore of Seville’, History and Theory, 15, 278–92

RolfBaumgarten, . (1984) ‘The Geographical Orientation of Ireland in Isidore and Orosius’, Peritia, 3, 189–203

EliasJ.Bickerman, . (1952) ‘Origines Gentium’, Classical Philology, 47, 65–81

G.Bonner, (1973) ‘Bede and Medieval Civilization’, Anglo-Saxon England, 2, 71–90

Charles P.Bowlus, (1995) ‘Ethnogenesis Models and the Age of Migrations: a Critique’, Austrian History Yearbook, 26, 147–64

Bowlus, Charles P. (2002) ‘Ethnogenesis: the Tyranny of a Concept’, in Andrew Gillett (ed.), On Barbarian Identity: Critical Approaches to Ethnicity in the Early Middle Ages (Turnhout), 241–56

FernandBraudel, . (1972) ‘Personal Testimony’, Journal of Modern History, 44, 448–67

A. K.Brown, (1975) ‘Bede, a Hisperic Etymology and Early Sea Poetry’, Mediaeval Studies, 37, 419–32

AlanCameron, . (1986) ‘Martianus and his First Editor’, Classical Philology, 81, 320–8

AverilCameron, . (1981) ‘Cassiodorus Deflated’, Journal of Roman Studies, 71, 183–6

Vincent H.Cassidy, (1969) ‘Other Fortunate Islands and Some That Were Lost’, Terrae Incognitae, 1, 35–9

ThomasCharles-Edwards, . (1972) ‘Kinship, Status and the Origins of the Hide’, Past and Present, 56, 3–33

ThomasCharles-Edwards, (2000) Early Christian Ireland (Cambridge)

KatherineClarke, . (1997) ‘In Search of the Author of Strabo's Geography’, Journal of Roman Studies, 87, 92–111

H. E. J.Cowdrey, (1981) ‘Bede and the “English People”’, Journal of Religious History, 11, 501–23

BrianCroke, . (1975) ‘Jordanes’ Understanding of the Usurpation of Eugenius', Antichthon, 9, 81–3

BrainCroke, . (1987) ‘Cassiodorus and the Getica of Jordanes’, Classical Philology, 82, 117–34

W.Cronon, (1992) ‘A Place for Stories: Nature, History and Narrative’, Journal of American History, 78, 1347–74

GilbertDagron, . (1971) ‘Discours utopique et recit des origines: I. Une lecture de Cassiodore-Jordanes: les Goth de Scandza à Ravenne’, Annales: Economies, sociétés, civilizations, 26, 290–305

H. C.Darby, (1935) ‘The Geographical Ideas of the Venerable Bede’, Scottish Geographical Magazine, 51, 84–9

AlbrechtDihle, . (1964) ‘The Conception of India in Hellenistic and Roman Literature’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society, 10, 15–23

Dihle, Albrecht. (1965) ‘Frumentios und Ezana’, in Dihle, Umstritten Daten: Unterschungen zum Aufterten der Griechen am Roten Meer (Cologne), 36–64

I.Finkelstein, (1979) ‘The Holy Land in the Tabula Peutingeriana’, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, 111, 27–34

RuthFinnegan, . (1970) ‘A Note on Oral Tradition and Historical Evidence’, History and Theory, 9, 195–201

JacquesFontaine, . (1960) ‘Théorie et pratique du style chez Isidore de Séville’, Vigiliae Christianae, 14, 65–101

JacquesFontaine, . (1976b) ‘Chronique d'histoire et de littérature hispaniques (paléochrétiennes et visigotiques) (1972–1976)’, Revue des études augustiniennes, 22, 402–36

GeorgiaFrank, . (2000) The Memory of the Eyes: Pilgrims to Living Saints in Christian Late Antiquity (Berkeley, CA)

EmilioGabba, . (1981) ‘True History and False History in Classical Antiquity’, Journal of Roman Studies, 71, 50–62

M.Gosman, (1989) ‘Medieval “Mapping” of the World in Text and Image. Two Ways of Representing One Vision’, Forum of Modern Language Studies, 25, 370–80

AntoniaGransden, . (1981) ‘Bede's Reputation as a Historian in Medieval England’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 32, 397–425

LeonardGuelke, . (1997) ‘The Relations between Geography and History Reconsidered’, History and Theory, 36, 216–34

HeinrichHärke, . (1998) ‘Archaeologists and Migrations: a Problem of Attitude?’, Current Anthropology, 39, 19–45

PeterHeather, . (1989) ‘Cassiodorus and the Rise of the Amals’, Journal of Roman Studies, 79, 103–28

PeterHeather, . (1993b) Review of Goffart (1988), Journal of Roman Studies, 83, 261–3

Mary W.Helms, , (1988) Ulysses' Sail: an Ethnographic Odyssey of Power, Knowledge and Geographical Distance (Princeton)

David K.Herzberger, (1995) Narrating the Past: Fiction and Historiography in Postwar Spain (London)

Nicholas J.Higham, (1991) ‘Old Light on the Dark Age Landscape: the Description of Britain in the De Excidio Britannicae of Gildas’, Journal of Historical Geography, 17, 363–72

JocelynN.Hillgarth, . (1985) ‘L'Influence de la Cité de Dieu de saint Augustin au Haut Moyen Âge’, Sacris Erudiri, 28, 5–34

C. W.Jones, (1969/70) ‘Some Introductory Remarks on Bede's Commentary on Genesis’, Sacris Erudiri, 19, 113–98

Keynes, Simon. (1995) ‘The British Isles. a) England 700–900’, in Rosamond McKitterick (ed.), New Cambridge Medieval History II. c.700–900 (Cambridge), 18–42

L. P.Kirwan, (1957) ‘Rome Beyond the Southern Egyptian Frontier’, Geographical Journal, 123, 13–19

HaraldKleinschmidt, . (1994) ‘Bede and the Jutes. A Critique of Historiography’, NOWELE North-Western European Language Evolution, 24, 21–46

HaraldKleinschmidt, . (1997) ‘The Geuissae, the West Saxons, the Angles and the English: the Widening Circle of Bede's Gentile Terminology’, NOWELE North-Western European Language Evolution, 30, 51–91

M. L. W.Laistner, (1948) ‘The Value and Influence of Cassiodorus’ Ecclesiastical History', Harvard Theological Review, 41, 51–67

C. G.Loomis, (1946) ‘The Miracle Traditions of the Venerable Bede’, Speculum, 21, 404–18

NataliaLozovsky, . (1996) ‘Carolingian Geographical Tradition: Was it Geography?’, Early Medieval Europe, 5, 25–43

NataliaLozovsky, . (2000) The Earth is Our Book (Ann Arbor, MI)

W. D.McCready, (1995a) ‘Bede and the Isidoran Legacy’, Mediaeval Studies, 57, 41–73

KempMalone, . (1924) ‘Ptolemy's Skandia’, American Journal of Philology, 45, 362–70

LouisMarin, . (1971) ‘De l’Utopia de More à la Scandza de Cassiodore-Jordanes', Annales: Économies, sociétés, civilisations, 26, 306–27

R. A.Markus, (1975) ‘Church History and Early Church Historians’, Studies in Church History, 11, 1–17

PhilipMayerson, . (1993) ‘A Confusion of Indias: Asian India and African India in the Byzantine Sources’, Journal of the American Oriental Society, 113, 169–74

D. W.Meinig, (1978) ‘The Continuous Shaping of America: a Prospectus for Geographers and Historians’, American Historical Review, 83, 1186–213

D.Mendels, (1981) ‘The Five Empires: a Note on a Propagandistic Topos’, American Journal of Philology, 102, 330–37

A. H.Merrills, (2004) ‘Monks, Monsters, and Barbarians: Re-defining the African Periphery in Late Antiquity’, Journal of Early Christian Studies, 12, 217–44

FergusMillar, . (1988) ‘Nicolet's L'inventaire du monde’, Journal of Roman Archaeology, 1, 137–41

HermannMoisl, . (1981) ‘Anglo-Saxon Royal Genealogies and Germanic Oral Tradition’, Journal of Medieval History, 7, 215–48

JenniferNeville, . (1999) Representations of the Natural World in Old English Poetry. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England, 27 (Cambridge)

ClaudeNicolet, . (1991) Space, Geography and Politics in the Early Roman Empire, tr. Hélène Leclerc (Ann Arbor, MI)

O'Reilly, Jennifer. (1995) ‘Introduction’, in Séan Connolly (ed. and tr.), Bede: On the Temple (Liverpool), xvii–lv

GlennOlsen, . (1982) ‘Bede as Historian: the Evidence from his Observations on the Life of the First Christian Community of Jerusalem’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 33, 519–30

N.Purcell, (1990) ‘Maps, Lists, Money, Order and Power’, Journal of Roman Studies, 80, 178–82

RogerRay, . (1980) ‘Bede's Vera Lex Historiae’, Speculum, 55, 1–21

Ray, Roger. (1986) ‘The Triumph of Greco-Roman Rhetorical Assumptions in Pre-Carolingian Historiography’, in C. Holdsworth and T. P. Wiseman (eds.), The Inheritance of Historiography 350–900 (Exeter), 67–84

MarcReydellet, . (1981) La royauté dans la littérature latine de Sidoine Apollinaire à Isidore de Séville (Rome)

SusanReynolds, . (1983) ‘Medieval Origines gentium and the Community of the Realm’, History, 68, 375–90

SusanReynolds, . (1985) ‘What Do We Mean by Anglo-Saxon and the Anglo-Saxons?’, Journal of British Studies, 24, 395–414

M.Richter, (1984) ‘Bede's Angli: Angles or English’, Peritia, 3, 99–114

MichaelRoberts, . (1989) ‘The Use of Myth in Late Latin Epithalamia from Statius to Venantius Fortunatus’, Transactions of the American Philological Association, 119, 321–48

D. A.Russell, (1979) ‘Rhetors at the Wedding’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society, 25, 104–17

K.Sallmann, , (1971) Die Geographie des ältern Plinius in ihrem Verhältnis zu Varro: Versuch einer Quellenanalyse. Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte, 11 (Berlin)

PatrickSims-Williams, . (1983) ‘The Settlement of England in Bede and the Chronicle’, Anglo-Saxon England, 12, 1–42

P. O.Spann, (1977) ‘Sallust, Plutarch and the “Isles of the Blest”’, Terrae Incognitae, 9, 75–80

DianeSpeed, . (1992) ‘Bede's Creation of a Nation in his Ecclesiastical History’, Parergon, n. s. 10, 139–54

FranzStaab, . (1976) ‘Ostrogothic Cartographers at the Court of Theodoric the Great’, Viator, 7, 27–58

W.Stahl, (1959) ‘Dominant Traditions in Early Medieval Latin Science’, Isis, 50, 95–124

J. N.Stephens, (1977) ‘Bede's Ecclesiastical History’, History, 62, 1–14

Wesley M.Stevens, (1980) ‘The Figure of the Earth in Isidore's “De Natura Rerum”’, Isis, 71, 268–77

J. W.Swain, (1940) ‘The Theory of the Four Monarchies’, Classical Philology, 35, 1–21

Richard J. A.Talbert, (1987) Review of Duke (1985), Journal of Roman Studies, 77, 210–12

Richard J. A.Talbert, (1989a) Review of Harley and Woodward (1987), American Historical Review, 94, 407–8

Richard J. A.Talbert, (1989b) Review of Nicolet (1991), American Historical Review, 94, 1351

E. A.Thompson, (1979/80) ‘Gildas and the History of Britain’, Britannia, 10, 203–26 and 11, 344

G.Tugène, (1982) ‘L'Histoire “ecclésiastique” du peuple anglais: réflexions sur le particularisme et l'universalisme chez Bède’, Recherches augustiniennes, 17, 129–72

A. Vyver, van de. (1931) ‘Cassiodore et son oeuvre’, Speculum, 6, 244–92

NorbertWagner, . (1967) Getica: Untersuchungen zum Leben des Jordanes und zur fruhen Geschichte der Goten. Quellen und Forshungen zur Sprach- und Kulturgeschichte der germanischen Volker, N. F., 22 (Berlin)

ReinhardWenskus, . (1961) Stammesbildung und verfassung (Cologne)

C. R.Whittaker, (1998) ‘To Reach out to India and Pursue the Dawn: the Roman View of India’, Studies in History, n. s. 14, 1–20

E. F.Wilson, (1948) ‘Pastoral and Epithalamium in Latin Literature’, Speculum, 23, 35–47

Carl UmhanWolf, . (1964) ‘Eusebius of Caesarea and the Onomasticon’, The Biblical Archaeologist, 27, 68

Kenneth BaxterWolf, . (1990) Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain (Liverpool)

HerwigWolfram, . (1975/6) ‘Gotische Studien I, II, III’, Mitteilungen des Instituts für österreichischer Geschichtsforschung, 83(1975), 1–31, 289–324, and 84 (1976), 239–61

HerwigWolfram, . (1981) ‘Gothic History and Historical Ethnography’, Journal of Medieval History, 7, 309–19

HerwigWolfram, . (1994) ‘Origo et Religio: Ethnic Traditions and Literature in Early Medieval Texts’, Early Medieval Europe, 3, 19–38