On Historical Fragments and Epitomes

Classical Quarterly 30 (02):477- (1980)
Abstract
The modern historian of Greece and Rome often depends for his information on writings whose reliability is no greater, though often much less, than that of the histories, now lost in whole or part, which their authors followed. The quality of these histories can sometimes be detected from the internal evidence of the extant derivative accounts, even when we cannot name the historians with any certainty
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DOI 10.1017/S0009838800042403
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