Miracles, Martyrs, and Arians: Gregory of Tours' Sources for his Account of the Vandal Kingdom

Miracles, Martyrs, and Arians: Gregory of Tours' Sources for his Account of the Vandal Kingdom © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2005 Vigiliae Christianae 59, 412-437 Also available online – www.brill.nl * I am very grateful for the comments and criticisms of several friends and colleagues: Danuta Shanzer, Ralph Mathisen, Michael Kulikowski, Andreas Schwarcz, Noel Lenski, Florin Curta, and Ian Wood. 1 C.A. Julien, Histoire de l’Afrique du nord: Tunisie, Alg é rie, Maroc (Paris, 1966), 249. 2 The three principal sources are: Victor of Vita, Historia persecutionis Africanae provinciae : M. Petschenig ed., CSEL 7 (1881), from which edition all citations from the HP are taken in this paper; the Vita sancti Fulgentii episcopi Ruspensis: PL 65, 117-50; and Procopius, Bellum Vandalicum : O. Veh ed., Prokop: Werke (Munich, 1961), vol. 4. Two minor contemporary sources are the Passio septem monachorum (Petschenig, 108-14) and the Notitia provinciarum et civitatum Africae (Petschenig, 117-34), both of which are appended to HP in the manu- script tradition; quotations from each are taken from Petschenig’s above-cited edition. For MIRACLES, MARTYRS, AND ARIANS: GREGORY OF TOURS’ SOURCES FOR HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VANDAL KINGDOM * by ANDREW CAIN A bstract : This article investigates Gregory of Tours’ sources for his account of the Vandal kingdom ( DLH 2.2-3). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vigiliae Christianae Brill

Miracles, Martyrs, and Arians: Gregory of Tours' Sources for his Account of the Vandal Kingdom

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© 2005 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2005 Vigiliae Christianae 59, 412-437 Also available online – www.brill.nl * I am very grateful for the comments and criticisms of several friends and colleagues: Danuta Shanzer, Ralph Mathisen, Michael Kulikowski, Andreas Schwarcz, Noel Lenski, Florin Curta, and Ian Wood. 1 C.A. Julien, Histoire de l’Afrique du nord: Tunisie, Alg é rie, Maroc (Paris, 1966), 249. 2 The three principal sources are: Victor of Vita, Historia persecutionis Africanae provinciae : M. Petschenig ed., CSEL 7 (1881), from which edition all citations from the HP are taken in this paper; the Vita sancti Fulgentii episcopi Ruspensis: PL 65, 117-50; and Procopius, Bellum Vandalicum : O. Veh ed., Prokop: Werke (Munich, 1961), vol. 4. Two minor contemporary sources are the Passio septem monachorum (Petschenig, 108-14) and the Notitia provinciarum et civitatum Africae (Petschenig, 117-34), both of which are appended to HP in the manu- script tradition; quotations from each are taken from Petschenig’s above-cited edition. For MIRACLES, MARTYRS, AND ARIANS: GREGORY OF TOURS’ SOURCES FOR HIS ACCOUNT OF THE VANDAL KINGDOM * by ANDREW CAIN A bstract : This article investigates Gregory of Tours’ sources for his account of the Vandal kingdom ( DLH 2.2-3).

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