Already, in the nineteenth year of our era, according to Cassiodorus
and Pliny, a new island, Theia
I have not even been able to discover the secret of Cassiodorus
, whose lamp burned without wick and without oil.
comes from Isidore and Cassiodorus
. In his epicedium on Enrique de
In Fifth century works of Cassiodorus
, followed by Arab physician Ishaq Bin Al-Rohawi in 6th century widened the dimensions of medical ethics.
(15) His main sources, however, were Greek and Latin chronicles--such as Cassiodorus
's Gothic History, Marcellinus Comes' Chronicle, and Festus's Breviarium--and Jordanes often adapted these writers drastically.
The historian of the Church Cassiodorus
renders the words of a hermit named Stephen who acknowledged the following:
Goscelin's reading list for Eve included the biblical commentaries of Jerome, Augustine, and Gregory, the lives of the church fathers, and the theological works of Cassiodorus
, Augustine, Eusebius, Orosius, and Boethius, reflecting her presumed facility with literary Latin.
The most important of these are the didascalic treatises of Cassiodorus
, Isidore, and Hugh of St.