By J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz
During this illuminating research Liebeschuetz examines basic subject matters of past due Antiquity: the barbarization of the Roman military and the interrelation of Church and secular govt. He discusses Alaric's Goths within the West, who have been taken care of as a federate regiment instead of a migrating tribe; how the civilian gurus at Constantinople maintained keep watch over over the principally German military in a clash that culminated within the Gainas emerging; and the way an identical experts got here into clash with John Chrysostom, the bishop of Constantinople, and had him deposed.
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Galliou (I 98 I): breakdown of agricultural system in western Gaul. : R. Hodges and D. Whitehouse (I983) 36-46, T. W. Potter (I979) I39-45· On Volturnus Valley: R. Hodge, J. Mitchell (I985); Biferno Valley: G. Barker, J. Lloyd, D. Webley (I987); J. Lloyd, G. Barker (I 98 I). In Greece on the contrary, the 4th cent. saw a striking increase in occupied sites of population. J. L. Bintliff, A. M. Snodgrass (I985) I47 (Boeotia); C. N. Runnels (I983), C. N. Runnels and others (I986) I20-2I (Argolid).
268. 11 Jordanes Get. I45: 2o,ooo Goths; Orosius vii. 35: Io,ooo dead; cf. Zos. iv. 58. Socr. v. 25: volunteers from across the Danube, presumably individually recruited. 12 ND Or. v. 20: Visi, Teruingi. 13 A. H. M. Jones LRE 68o-2. 14 D. Hoffmann (1969) 193 ff. g. the comites of Amm. xviii. 9· 4, cf. D. Hoffmann (I969) 243 ff. 34 Regulars, Federates, and Bucellarii In 398-9 in the East the barbarians of Tribigild 16 and Gainas 17 certainly included a high proportion of cavalry. Against Radagaisus in 404-6 Stilicho employed many Huns and Alans as allied cavalry, in addition to 30 units of regular Roman troops.
299 on Germans in the scholae. But after 378 Germans were recruited into all kinds of Roman units: Zos. iv. 31. A unit of Germans and Gauls on Julian's Persian expedition: Amm. xxv. 6. 1 3· Captured Lentienses mingled with Roman recruits: Amm. xxxi. IO. I 8. Goths mingled with Romans on Maximus' campaign: Zos. iv. 45. 5 Most clearly in the narrative of the fall of Stilicho: Zos. v. 3 1. 3 3; 3 3-5. " 0. Seeck (I876), G. Clemente (1968). Regulars, Federates, and Bucellarii 33 regiments of the Eastern empire around 394, while the Western lists appear to have been brought up to date until around 420.
Barbarians and Bishops: Army, Church, and State in the Age of Arcadius and Chrysostom by J. H. W. G. Liebeschuetz