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Reliquiae (album) Reliquiae is the seventh album by Swedish Dark ambient project Atrium Carceri. It was released on March 18, 2012 through Cold Meat Industry
Reliquiae (band) Reliquiae are a German band which plays rock styled medieval music and folk music. They have played at the Wacken festival and other festivals.
Historicorum Romanorum reliquiae Hermann Peter was also an editor of the "Augustan History" and an editor of and expert on the "Origo gentis romanae". His monograph on Roman epistle writing, "Der Brief in der römischen Litteratur" (Leipzig, 1901), is considered a classic in the field.
Historicorum Romanorum reliquiae The Historicorum Romanorum reliquiae is the "monumental" two-volume collection of scholarly editions of fragmentary Roman historical texts edited by Hermann Peter and published between 1870 and 1914. Peter published the Latin editions of these texts, without translation and with introductions in Latin; for the greatest part of the twentieth century, this was the standard edition of such texts. Peter considers the reign of Constantine the Great as marking the end of Roman historiography (with the exception of a sixth-century excerpt preserved in Jordanes); history after, he said, "went over to the Christians and the Greeks".
Historicorum Romanorum reliquiae The first volume appeared in Leipzig, 1870, with a second edition (revised by Peter himself) appearing in Leipzig, 1914 (and reprinted Stuttgart, 1967); the second volume appeared in Leipzig, 1906. In 1993, a reprinted edition with additional bibliography appeared. In the middle of the twentieth century there were repeated calls (including by Felix Jacoby, editor of a similar collection of Greek fragments, "Fragmente der griechischen Historiker") for an updated, revised edition of the fragments, aided by a sea change in the field of historiography and a critique of Peter's outdated perspective. The collection was supplanted by Martine Chassignet's "L'Annalistique romaine", the third and final volume of which was published in 2004. Other editors who have taken up the project of publishing the important fragments of Roman literary tradition include Courtney ("Fragmentary Latin Poets") and Malcovati ("Oratorum Romanorum Fragmenta").
Henry Wotton In 1651 appeared the "Reliquiae Wottonianiae", with Izaak Walton's "Life".
Hostius Fragments are located in F. Bührens, "Fragmenta poetarum Romanorum" (1884); A. Weichert, "Poetarum Latinorum reliquiae" (1830).
Red Lady of Paviland Later that year, writing about his find in his book "Reliquiae Diluvianae" (Evidence of the Flood), Buckland stated:
Giovanni Antonio Dosio He was the author of "Urbis aedificiorum illustrium quae supersunt reliquiae" (1569). Giovanni Battista Caccini was his pupil.