Procopius Of Caesarea Latin Procopius Caesarensis, Greek C AD 500 C AD 565 Was A Prominent Byzantine Scholar From Palestine Accompanying The General Belisarius In The Wars Of The Emperor Justinian I, He Became The Principal Historian Of The 6th Century, Writing The Wars Of Justinian, The Buildings Of Justinian And The Celebrated Secret History He Is Commonly Held To Be The Last Major Historian Of The Ancient World.Procopius History Of The Wars Greek , Latin De Bellis, About The Wars Is Clearly His Most Important Work, Although It Is Not As Well Known As The Secret History The First Seven Books, Which May Have Been Published As A Unit, Seem To Have Been Largely Completed By 545, But Were Updated To Mid Century Before Publication, For The Latest Event Mentioned Belongs To Early 551 The First Two Books Often Known As The Persian War, Latin De Bello Persico Deal With The Conflict Between The Romans And Sassanid Persia In Mesopotamia, Syria, Armenia, Lazica And Caucasian IberiaThis Edition Of Secret History Is Formatted With A Table Of Contents.
Procopius of Caesarea was born in the latter years of the fifth century at Caesarea in Palestine He originated from the land owning provincial upper class and, like Zosimus, became a civil servant As early as A.D 527, before the emperor Justin s death, Procopius became counsellor, assessor, and secretary to Belisarius, whose fortunes and campaigns he followed for the next twelve or fifteen year
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