Jordanes, the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, and Constantinople

@article{Whately2013JordanesTB,
  title={Jordanes, the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains, and Constantinople},
  author={Conor Whately},
  journal={Dialogues D'histoire Ancienne},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={65-78}
}
Jordanes, historien d’origine illyrienne qui commence de nos jours a avoir meilleure reputation, donne a ses deux ouvrages, les Romana, une histoire du peuple romain, et les Getica, une histoire des Goths, des conclusions, en apparence, differentes, mais, dans les faits, complementaires. C’est la description detaillee de la bataille des champs Catalauniques dans les Getica qui nous fournit un indice de l’apparente polarite des deux conclusions. Cette description de la bataille, livree dans un… 

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