Byzantine Stories Episode 4 – Procopius of Caesarea. Part 2 – The Allusions

Justinian by Antoine Helbert (antoine-helbert.com)

Justinian by Antoine Helbert (antoine-helbert.com)

In part 2 we delve into the hidden criticisms in Procopius’ work. Not only the dirt in the “Secret History” but the many allusions and comparisons in the Wars which we are left to wonder about. What do they tell us about Procopius? And people in the 6th century? What do they tell us about the process of writing history? How much do we really know? (39 minutes)

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One thought on “Byzantine Stories Episode 4 – Procopius of Caesarea. Part 2 – The Allusions

  1. Matt

    Definitely interested in hearing about Byzantine Liturgy!

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