Theoderic and the Roman Imperial Restoration

  title={Theoderic and the Roman Imperial Restoration},
  author={Jonathan J. Arnold},
Introduction Part I. An Empire Turned Upside-Down: 1. Ennodius the Ligurian 2. Cassiodorus the Calabrian Part II. Emperor Theoderic: 3. Princeps romanus 4. The Imperial image Part III. Italo-Romans and Roman Goths: 5. Men of Mars 6. Rex genitus, vir inlustris Part IV. Italia Felix: 7. Italy revived 8. Rome rejuvenated Part V. Renovatio Imperii: 9. Becoming post-Roman 10. Gallia felix Epilogue. 
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