Some Bibliography on Sidonius Apollinaris and related topics

Sidonius Apollinaris. The Letters of Sidonius, translated with introduction and notes, O.M. Dalton. 1915. PA6694.S7 E5 1915 volumes 1 and 2. LRA

Bowes, Kim. Private Worship, Public Values, and Religious Change in Late Antiquity. 2008. BV6 .B69 2008

Breebaart, A.B. Aspects of the Divorce between East and West in the 4th Century, in Actes du VII Congrès de la Fédération Internationale des Associations d'Études classiques, II, publ. by J. Harmatta (Budapest: Akad. Kiadó 1984) 9-22.

Brocca, Nicoletta. Memoria poetica e attualità politica nel panegirico per Avito di Sidonio Apollinare, in Incontri triestini di filologia classica 3, edd. Lucio Cristante and Andrea Tessier (Trieste: Ed. Università di Trieste 2004) 279-295.

Burns, Vincent. The Visigothic Settlement in Aquitania: Imperial Motives. Historia 3 (1992) 362-373.

Dark, Ken R. The Archaeological Implications of Fourth- and Fifth-Century Descriptions of Villas in the Northwest Provinces of the Roman Empire. Historia 54 (2005) 331-342.

Frye, David. Aristocratic responses to Late Roman Urban Change: the Examples of Ausonius and Sidonius in Gaul. CW 96 (2002-2003) 185-196.

Halsall, Guy. Funny foreigners: Laughing with the Barbarians in Late Antiquity, in Humour, History and Politics in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, ed. Guy Halsall (2002) 89-113. D80 .H86 2002

Harries, Jill. Sidonius Apollinaris and the Fall of Rome, AD 407-485. 1994. DG312.5 .S5 H37 1994

Liebeschuetz, J.H.W.G. Barbarians and Bishops: Army, Church, and State in the Reign of Arcadius and Chrysostom. 1990. DF543 .L33 1990 Williston Annex

Mathisen, R.W. Sidonius on the Reign of Avitus. A study in Political Prudence. TAPhA 109 (1979) 165-171.

Nathan, Geoffrey Stephen. The Rogation Ceremonies of Late Antique Gaul: Creation, Transmission and the Role of the Bishop. C&M 49 (1998) 275-303.

Newbold, R.F. Power Motivation in Sidonius Apollinaris, Eugippius, and Nonnus. Florilegium 7 (1985) 1-16. [60-04704

Oost, S.I. Aetius and Majorian. CPh 59 (1964) 23-29.

Percival, John. Desperately Seeking Sidonius: the Realities of Life in Fifth-Century Gaul. Latomus 56 (1997) 279-292.

Rousseau, P. In Search of Sidonius the Bishop. Historia 25 (1976) 356-377.

Rousseau, P. Sidonius and Majorian: The Censure in "Carmen" V. Historia 49 (2000) 251-257.

Semple, W.H. Apollinaris Sidonius, a Gallo-Roman Seigneur. BRL 50 (1967) 136-158. [38-03160

Sivan, Hagith S. Sidonius Apollinaris, Theodoric II, and Gothic-Roman Politics from Avitus to Anthemius. Hermes 117 (1989) 85-94.

Sivonen, Pauli. The Good and the Bad, the Civilised and the Barbaric: Images of the East in the Identities of Ausonius, Sidonius, and Sulpicius. Studies in Latin Literature and Roman history 8 (1997) 417-440. PA6011 .S86

Stevens, C.E. Sidonius Apollinaris and His Age. 1933. DG312.5 .S5 S8 1933

Watson, Lynette. Representing the Past, Redefining the Future: Sidonius Apollinaris' panegyrics of Avitus and Anthemius, in The Propaganda of Power: The Role of Panegyric in Late Antiquity, ed. Mary Whitby (1998) 177-198.

Weber, Ronald J. Albinus: The Living Memory of a Fifth-Century Personality. Historia 38 (1989) 472-497.