Procopius

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Pro·co·pi·us

 (prə-kō′pē-əs) fl. sixth century ad.
Byzantine historian during the reign of Justinian I. He wrote histories of the Persian, Vandal, and Gothic wars and Anecdota, an attack on Justinian.
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Procopius

(prəʊˈkəʊpɪəs)
n
(Biography) ?490–?562 ad, Byzantine historian, noted for his account of the wars of Justinian I against the Persians, Vandals, and Ostrogoths
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Among the topics are ideologies and transitions of the Ostrogothic Kingdom, the Senate at Rome, Goths and Gothic identity, the heroine and the historian: Procopius of Caesarea on the troubled reign of Queen Amalasuentha, barbarizing the bel paese: environmental history, the Roman church and its bishops, and mapping the church and asceticism in Ostrogothic Italy.
Procopius of Caesarea: Tyranny, History, and Philosophy at the End of Antiquity.