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“Now Dio, the historian and diligent investigator of ancient times, who gave to his work the title "Getica" (and the Getae we have proved in a previous passage to be Goths, on the testimony of Orosius”
“N. Wagner, Getica: Unter - suchungen zum Leben des Jordanes und zur frühen”
“The following version of the Getica of Jordanes is based upon the text of Mommsen, as found in the”
“For the first time the story of the Goths recorded in the _Getica_ of Jordanes, a Christian Goth who wrote his account in the year 551, probably in Constantinople, is now put in English form, as part of an edition of the”
“If I glanced at Getica, I would see the Getae at war; at Scythia, there were the Scythians wandering about on their waggons; half a turn in another direction gave me Egyptians at the plough, or Phoenicians chaffering, Cilician pirates, Spartan flagellants, Athenians at law.”
“[Footnote 26: The words of Jordanes (which are important on account of their bearing on the passage of Tacitus quoted below) are: "Ascitis certis ex satellitibus patris et ex populo amatores sibi clientesque consocians pæne sex mille viros cum quibus inscio patre emenso Danubio super Babai Sarmatarum regem discurrit" (Getica, lv.).]”
“Roman chronicler Jordanes described the inhabitants of northern Sweden and Norway in his text Getica, written in Constantinople in AD 551.”
“(W. Afr.); Getica (Braz.); Glycopata (Cy.); Gumbili (Mol.); Imo (Japan); Jetica”
“[Footnote 5: Preface to Getica (Mommsen's Edition, p. 53).] [Footnote 6: Epist.”
“[It may be remarked that Candac, King of the Alani in Moesia, is mentioned in the pedigree of Jordanes ( 'Getica,' cap.”
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