Author:Barthold Georg Niebuhr

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Barthold Georg Niebuhr
(1776–1831)
Danish-German statesman and historian who became Germany's leading historian of ancient Rome and a founding father of modern scholarly historiography
Barthold Georg Niebuhr

Works[edit]

  • Lectures on Ancient History
  • The history of Rome translated by Julius Charles Hare, Connop Thirlwall, William Smith, and Leonhard Schmitz, 1828 (external scan)
  • A dissertation on the geography of Herodotus, with a map, 1830 (external scan)
  • The Life of Carsten Niebuhr, the Oriental Traveller, 1836 (external scan)
  • An epitome of Niebuhr's History of Rome, with chronological tables and an appendix, 1836 (external scan)
  • The history of Rome from the first Punic War to the death of Constantine, 1844 vol 1, [1]
  • Lectures on the history of Rome, from the earliest times to the fall of the Western empire, 1849 vol 1, vol 2,vol 3

Works about Niebuhr[edit]


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