Historiography with Particular Reference to the Historiography of the Later Roman Empire

  • Baynes, N. H., 'The Decline of the Roman Power in Western Europe: Some Modern Explanations', Journal of Roman Studies, 33 (1943), 29-35. JSTOR. Also rpt. in idem, Byzantine Studies and Other Essays (London, 1955), pp. 83-96. LV.
  • Bentley, M. (ed.), Companion to Historiography (London, 1997). L43. An encyclopaedia which contains introductory articles on the different historiographical treatments of the period, including a useful article on archaeology.
  • Kagan, D. (ed.), The End of the Roman Empire: Decline or Transformation? (Lexington, MA, 1978). LVM. Extracts from other historians.
  • Kenyon, J. P., The History Men: The Historical Profession in England since the Renaissance (2nd edn, London, 1993). L45.
  • Wickham, C. J.,'The Fall of Rome Will Not Take Place', in L. K. Little and B. H. Rosenwein (eds), Debating the Middle Ages: Issues and Readings (Malden, Mass, 1998), pp. 45-57. MB7.*

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