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  1. The Speech of the Armenians in Procopius: Justinian's Foreign Policy and the Transition Between Books 1 and 2 of the Wars. [REVIEW]Marion Kruse - 2013 - Classical Quarterly 63 (2):866-881.
    The speech of the Armenian embassy to Khusrow in the opening of Book 2 of Procopius' Wars has received little scholarly attention. Historians propose that this embassy, along with those sent by the Goths and Lazi, provided Khusrow with a pretext for violating the Eternal Peace in 540. As for the speeches themselves, they have been considered formulaic set pieces, requirements of the genre in which Procopius was writing. However, Anthony Kaldellis has argued that Procopius uses the Armenians as a (...)
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