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by Victor of Vita,John Moorhead

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Victor of Vita,John Moorhead
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Liverpool University Press; 1st edition (January 4, 1992)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Victor of Vita: History of the VandalĀ .

Home Browse Books Book details, Victor of Vita: History of the Vandal Persecution. Victor of Vita: History of the Vandal Persecution. The Vandals made good headway, and in 435 Geiseric concluded a treaty with the Empire which granted them a considerable portion of the land of Africa, based on Numidia.

Victor of Vita: History of the Vandal Persecution.

Persecution - Africa, North - History - Early works to 1800

Persecution - Africa, North - History - Early works to 1800. Christianity - Africa, North - Early works to 1800. Read associated article: Vandals.

Victor of Vita, History of the Vandal Persecution, Translated by Moorhead, John (1992). Gregory, T. E. (2010) A History of Byzantium, Michigan. Treadgold, W. (1997) A History of the Byzantine State and Society, Stanford. Priscus, The Fragmentary History of Priscus: Attlia, the Huns and the Roman Empire, AD 430-476, Translated by Given, J. (2014).

I picked up this book after it was listed as a primary source for a book on Vandal history. But, to paraphrase the book's intro, it is very helpful to know Vandal history before reading this, because you won't find any of it here.

history and others who wish to broaden their study. on the text and its author and notes on the. text indicating major problems of. material, but whose knowledge of Latin or Greek is. not sufficient to allow. interpretation, including textual difficulties.

Victor of Vita lived in Roman Africa after its conquest by the Vandals. The Vandals were Arians, and their kings persecuted the Catholic clergy. A Laon, Codex Laudunensis 113 (9th . Contains only book 2, and a list of Catholic bishops at the synod of 484, which alone is preserved in this copy

Victor Vitensis (or Victor of Vita; born circa 430) was an African bishop of theĀ . History of the Vandal Persecution. Translated by John Moorhead, (Translated Texts for Historians; 10). Liverpool, 1992.

Victor Vitensis (or Victor of Vita; born circa 430) was an African bishop of the Province of Byzacena (called Vitensis from his See of Vita). The 'text originated in the Church of Carthage' and was published circa 488; however, scholars contend that Victor wrote much of his work in 484 but subsequently added perspectives.

Here he gives an edict issued by Huneric the Vandal King. 3 Humrix, king of the Vandals and Alans, to all the peoples subject to our sovereignty. It is well known that the casting back of evil counsels against those who give them is a feature of triumphant majesty and royal strength. It is well known that the casting back of evil counsels against those who give them is a feature of triumphant majesty and royal strength

Translated Texts for Historians offers a number of fourth-century Christian texts. A table listing the contents of this series is provided below. 10. Victor of Vita, History of the Vandal Persecution.

Translated Texts for Historians offers a number of fourth-century Christian texts. 1. Gregory of Tours, Life of the Fathers.

Among the peoples who occupied the territories of the Roman Empire in the West in the fifth century, the Vandals are notorious for their persecution of the Catholic inhabitants of Africa. By far the fullest narrative of their doings prior to the time of Justinian is that provided by Victor of Vita, who in 484 wrote the greater part of the work here translated.