Some Scholarship Relating to Romans and Foreigners (aka Barbarians)

Vegetius. The Military Institutions of the Romans by Flavius Vegetius Renatus, trans. John Clark, ed. Thomas R. Phillips (1944, 1985 reprint). U35 .V4413 1985

Vegetius: Epitome of Military Science, translated with notes and introduction by N.P. Milner. 1996 U101 .V313 1996

Goffart, Walter. Narrators of Barbarian History (A.D. 550-800): Jordanes, Gregory of Tours, Bede, and Paul the Deacon. 1988. DS56 .G615 1988

Barnes, T.D. The Date of Vegetius. Phoenix 33 (1979) 254-257.

Bartholomew, Philip. Fifth-Century Facts. Britannia 13 (1982) 261-270.

Boak, A.E.R. Manpower Shortage and the Fall of the Roman Empire in the West. 1955. DG312 .B58

Burns, T.S. Barbarians within the Gates of Rome. A Study of Roman Military Policy and the Barbarians ca. 375-425 A.D. 1994. U35 .B79 1994

Burns, Vincent. The Visigothic Settlement in Aquitania: Imperial Motives. Historia 41 (1992) 362-373.

Burrell, Emma. A Re-Examination of Why Stilicho Abandoned His Pursuit of Alaric in 397. Historia 53 (2004) 251-256.

Chadwick, Henry. Oracles of the End in the Conflict of Paganism and Christianity in the Fourth Century in H. Chadwick, Heresy and Orthodoxy in the Early Church (1991). BR165 .C483 1991

Christiansen, Peder G. Claudian versus the Opposition. TAPhA 97 (1966) 45-54.

Coster, Charles Henry. Christianity and the Invasions: Synesius of Cyrene. CJ 55 (1960) 290-312.

Crump, G.A. Ammianus and the Late Roman Army. Historia 22 (1973) 91-103.

Dewar, Michael. Multi-ethnic armies in Virgil, Lucan, and Claudian: Intertextuality, War, and the Ideology of "Romanitas". SyllClass 14 (2003) 143-159. [74-08033

Drinkwater, J.F. The Usurpers Constantine III (407-411) and Jovinus (411-413). Britannia 29 (1998) 269-298.

Goffart, Walter. Barbarians and Romans, A.D. 418-584: The Techniques of Accommodation. 1980. DG319 .G63

Goffart, Walter. Barbarian Tides: The Migration Age and the Later Roman Empire. 2006. D135 .G65 2006

Hands, A.R. The Fall of the Roman Empire in the West: A Case of Suicide or 'Force Majeure?' G&R 10 (1963) 153-168.

Heather, P.J. The Anti-Scythian Tirade of Synesius' "De Regno". Phoenix 42 (1988) 152-172.

Jones, Michael E. and John Casey. The Gallic Chronicle Restored: A Chronology for the Anglo-Saxon Invasions and the End of Roman Britain. Britannia 19 (1988) 367-398.

Kulikowski, Michael. Barbarians in Gaul, Usurpers in Britain. Britannia 31 (2000) 325-345.

Mathisen, Ralph W. Ruricius of Limoges and Friends: A Collection of Letters from Visigothic Gaul; Letters of Ruricius of Limoges, Caesarius of Arles, Euphrasius of Clermont, Faustus of Riez, Graecus of Marseilles, Paulinus of Bordeaux, Sedatus of Nîmes, Sidonius Apollinaris, Taurentius and Victorinus of Fréjus. Translation with introduction, commentary and notes. 1999. DC33.2 .R87 1999

Matthews, J.F. Olympiodorus of Thebes and the History of the West (A.D. 407-425). JRS 60 (1970) 79-97.

Moorhead, John. Totila the Revolutionary. Historia 49 (2000) 382-386.

Moss, J.R. The Effects of the Policies of Aetius on the History of Western Europe. Historia 22 (1973) 711-731.

O'Flynn, John M. A Greek on the Roman Throne: The Fate of Anthemius. Historia 40 (1991), 122-128.

Rance, Philip. Attacotti, Déisi and Magnus Maximus: The Case for Irish Federates in Late Roman Britain. Britannia 32 (2001) 243-270.

Randers-Pehrson , Justine Davis. Barbarians and Romans: The Birth Struggle of Europe, A.D. 400-700. 1983. DG319 .R36 1983

Rousseau, Philip. Visigothic Migration and Settlement, 376-418: Some Excluded Hypotheses. Historia 41 (1992) 345-361.

Salzman, Michele Renee. Symmachus and the "Barbarian" Generals. Historia 55 (2006) 352-367.

Sivan, Hagith. On Foederati, Hospitalitas, and the Settlement of the Goths in A.D. 418. AJPh 108 (1987) 759-772.

Slootjes, Danielle. The Governor as Benefactor in Late Antiquity, in Roman Rule and Civic Life: Local and Regional Perspectives: Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c. 200 B.C. - A.D. 476), Leiden, June 25-28, 2003, edd. Lukas De Ligt, Emily A. Hemelrijk, Henk W. Singor. (Amsterdam: Gieben, 2004) 59-75.

Thompson, E.A. The Visigoths from Fritigern to Euric. Historia 12 (1963) 105-126.

Whittaker, Dick. Landlords and Warlords in the later Roman Empire, in War and Society in the Roman World, edd. John Rich and Grahan Shipley (1993) 277-302.

Wolfram, Herwig. The Roman Empire and Its Germanic Peoples. 1997. DG312 .W6613 1997

Wood, Ian. The Fall of the Western Empire and the End of Roman Britain. Britannia 18 (1987) 251-262.

Wozniak, Frank E. East Rome, Ravenna and Western Illyricum: 454-536 A.D. Historia 30 (1981) 351-382.