These are the books from which I have gathered
my information so far. They are not presented in any
particular order. This list is not complete, but any
suggestions would be appreciated.
"The Cambridge Medieval History, Volume I" Cambridge at the University Press, 1936, Second edition
"Rome in the Dark Ages" by Peter Llewellyn, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1970, LCCC# 78-109479
"From Tiberias to the Antonines, A History of the Roman Empire 14-192" by Albino Garzetti, Methven & Co, Ltd., London, ISBN: 0-416-16800-0
"The Annals of Imperial Rome" by Tacitus, translated by Michael Grant, Dorset Press, 1971, ISBN: 0-88029-024-2
"Constantine and Eusebius" by Timothy D. Barnes, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA., 1981.ISBN: 0-674-16530-6
"History of the Later Roman Empire" by J.B. Bury, 2 Volumes, Dover Publications, New York, 1952,
"History of Rome and the Roman People" by Victor Duruy, trans. by M.M.Ripley, Volume II, Boston, 1884
"The Later Roman Empire 284-602" in two volumes, University of Oklahoma Press, 1964, LCCC# 64-20762
"The Formation of Christendom" by Judith Herrin, Princton University Press, 1987, ISBN: 0-691-05482-7
"The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" by Edward Gibbon, 6 volumes, New York, Harper & Brothers Publishing, c. 1950
"Early History of the Christian Church,..." by Monsignor Louis Duchesne, Vol.III, translated by Claude Jenkins, New York, Longmans, Green & Co., 1924
"Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire" edited by J.R. Martindale, Cambridge, 1980
"The Cambridge Ancient History, Volume X, The Augustan Empire 43 BC-AD 69" editted by Alan K. Bowman, Edward Champlin, and Andrew Lintott, second edition, Cambridge University Press, 1996
"The Annals of Tacitus" edited by H. Furneaux, Oxford, 1934
"Procopius, History of the Wars" translated by H. B. Dewing, vol.2, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1916.
"The Greater Roman Historians" by M. L. W. Laistner, University of California Press, Berkeley & Los Angeles, 1947.
"The History of Rome" by B. G. Niebuhr, trans. by William Smith and Leonhard Schmitz, Vol. III, out of five, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1844
"The Hellenistic world and the coming of Rome" by Erich S. Gruen, University of California Press, Berkeley, 1984
"History of the Goths" by Herwig Wolfram, University of California Press, 1988
"The Decline of Rome, The Metamorphosis of Ancient Civilization" by Joseph Vogt, translated by Janet Sondheimer, Praeger Publishers, New York,