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  Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2009

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Late Antiquity

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From the Editor

pp. 1-2
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Why Did the Barbarian Cross the Rhine?

pp. 3-29
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407 and All That: Insular Late Roman Historiography and the Literary-Historical Turn

pp. 30-48
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Christian Asceticism and Barbarian Incursion: The Making of a Christian Catastrophe

pp. 49-59
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Poetic Creativity and Political Crisis in Early Fifth-Century Gaul

pp. 60-74
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407 and All That: Retrospective

pp. 75-78
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Interpreting Catastrophe: Disasters in the Works of Pseudo-Joshua the Stylite, Socrates Scholasticus, Philostorgius, and Timothy Aelurus

pp. 79-98
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Rewriting Julian’s Legacy: John Chrysostom’s On Babylas and Libanius’ Oration 24

pp. 99-115
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“Carmina autem quaecumque in laudem dei dicuntur hymni vocantur” (Isidore of Seville, De ecclesiasticis officiis 1.6)

pp. 116-130
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Donatism Revisited: Moderates and Militants in Late Antique North Africa

pp. 131-142
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What Have Elephants to Do with Sixth-Century Politics?: A Reappraisal of the “Official” Governmental Dossier of Cassiodorus

pp. 143-171
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Ammianus Marcellinus: The Allusive Historian (review)

pp. 172-174
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El final de las “villae” en “Hispania” (siglos IV–VII D.C.) (review)

pp. 174-176
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Konflikt und Anpassung: Studien zu Migration und Ethnogenese der Vandalen (review)

pp. 176-178
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Eusebius von Caesarea, De Vita Constantini, Über das Leben Konstantins (review)

pp. 178-180
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Brief Notes

p. 180
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Research Areas

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