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Translated by [http://www.livius.org/he-hg/herodian/hre000.html#Book_six:_the_reign_of_Severus_Alexander Edward C. Echols] *John of Epiphania. " The siege of the fortress-city proved to be far more difficult than Kavadh expected; the defenders repelled the Persian assaults for three months before they were beaten. [Treadgold (1997), 204–207] The truce that had been established in 545 was renewed outside Lazica for a further five years on condition that the Romans pay 2,000 lbs of gold each year. However, the conclusion of the second Roman civil war soon revived Roman strength in Asia. Translated by [http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/joshua_the_stylite_02_trans.htm William Wright] . Untersuchungen zu den Rmisch-Sasanidischen Kontakten in der ausgehenden Sptantike|last=Brm|first=Henning|year=2007|publisher=Franz Steiner |location=Stuttgart|isbn=9-783-515-09052-0*cite journal |last=Brm |first=Henning |authorlink= |coauthors= |year=2008 |month= |title="Es war allerdings nicht so, dass sie es im Sinne eines Tributes erhielten, wie viele meinten" Anlsse und Funktion der persischen Geldforderungen an die Rmer|journal=Historia |volume=57 |issue= |pages=327–346 |id= |url= |accessdate=2008-08-30 |language=German*cite book |title=Rome and Persia at War, 502532|last=Greatrex|first=Geoffrey B.|year=1998|publisher=Francis Cairns|location=Rome|isbn=0-905-20593-6|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=0RoMAAAACAAJ&dq=Greatrex,+Rome+and+Persia+at+War&ei=a79LSIPfH5PSjgHukZXmDQ*cite book |editor=Cameron, Averil; Garnsey, Peter |last=Isaac|first=Benjamin|year=1998|publisher=Cambridge University Press|title=The Cambridge Ancient History: The Late Empire, A.D. 337425 XIII|isbn=0-521-30200-5|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=zdoUNivK_hsC&dq=East,+Rome,+Persia&as_brr=3&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0|chapter=The Eastern Frontier*cite book |title=Heraclius, Emperor of Byzantium|last=Kaegi|first=Walter E.|year=2003|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=0-521-81459-6|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=tlNlFZ_7UhoC&dq=Kaegi,+Heraclius&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0* cite book | last =Kettenhofen | first = Erich | year = 1982 | title =Die Rmisch-persischen Kriege des 3. [http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Cassius_Dio/75*.html 2–3] * Garnsey–Saller (1987), 8] In the long series of wars between the two powers, the frontier in upper Mesopotamia remained more or less constant. [Corripus, "Johannidos", I.68–98* Greatrex–Lieu (2002), II, 111] In 543, the Romans launched an offensive against Dvin but were defeated by a small Persian force at Anglon. 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Translated by [http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/sib/ Milton S. Terry] . Khosrau I invaded and devastated Syria, extorting large sums of money from the cities of Syria and Mesopotamia, and systematically looting other cities including Antioch, whose population was deported to Persian territory.Greatrex–Lieu (2002), II, 102] Belisarius, recalled from the campaigns in the West to deal with the Persian threat, waged an inconclusive campaign against Nisibis in 541. See original text in [http://www.documentacatholicaomnia.eu/03d/0700-0800,_Theophanes_Abbas_Confessor,_Chronographia_(CSHB_Classeni_Recensio),_GR.pdf Documenta Catholica Omnia] (PDF). [http://www.ancientsites.com/aw/Post/1048936 History] ". In exchange for their help, Khosrau not only returned Dara and Martyropolis but also agreed to cede the western half of Iberia and more than half of Persian Armenia to the Romans. [Howard-Johnston (2006), 9: " [Heraclius'] victories in the field over the following years and its political repercussions [] saved the main bastion of Christianity in the Near East and gravely weakened its old Zoroastrian rival."] Sassanid Emperor who campaigned against Constantius. [Wheeler (2007), 259] From the fourth century AD onwards, the Persian Sassanids grew in strength and adopted the role of aggressor. [Greatrex–Lieu (2002), I I, 69–71] Finally in 504, the Romans gained control through the renewed investment of Amida, which led to the fall of the city. [Theophanes, "Chronicle", 317–327* Greatrex–Lieu (2002), II, 217–227] Heraclius restored the True Cross to Jerusalem with a majestic ceremony in 629. Like the Sassanids in the late third and fourth centuries, the Parthians generally avoided any sustained defense of Mesopotamia against the Romans. Book IX.

B. Bury|title=History of the Later Roman Empire|publisher=Macmillan & Co., Ltd.|year=1923|url=http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/secondary/BURLAT/home.html*cite journal |last=Cameron|first=Averil|year=1979|title=Images of Authority: Elites and Icons in Late Sixth-century Byzantium | doi = 10.1093/past/84.1.3 |journal=Past and Present|volume=84*cite book |title=The Cambridge Ancient History (XII, The Crisis of Empire)|last=Campbell|first=Brian|editor=Iorwerth Eiddon, Stephen Edwards|year=2005|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=0-521-30199-8|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=MNSyT_PuYVMC&dq=parthian,+Campbell,+Cambridge&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0|chapter=The Severan Dynasty*cite web|title= An Overview of the Sassanian Persian Military|last=Cornuelle|first=Chris|url=http://www.derafsh-kaviyani.com/english/sassanian.html|publisher=Derafsh Kaviyani|accessdate=2008-07-06*cite book |title=Rome and Persia in Late Antiquity. [Howard-Johnston (2006), 9: " [Heraclius'] victories in the field over the following years and its political repercussions [] saved the main bastion of Christianity in the Near East and gravely weakened its old Zoroastrian rival."] According to Greatrex (2005), 489, to many Romans this arrangement "appeared dangerous and indicative of weakness".] Khosrau again opened peace negotiations but he died early in 579 and his successor Hormizd IV preferred to continue the war. However, it lacks kitchen equipment.

Lombardy is home to several hostels and other types of accommodation. Neighbours and rivals|last=Dignas|first=Beate|year=2007|url=http://www.cambridge.org/us/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521614078&ss=exc|coauthors=Winter, Engelbert|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=9-783-515-09052-0*cite book |title=The Roman Eastern Frontier and the Persian Wars (Part I, 226363 AD) |last=Dodgeon |first=Michael H. |coauthors=Greatrex, Geoffrey; Lieu, Samuel N. C. |year=2002 |publisher=Routledge |isbn=0-415-003423 |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=cpg9AAAAIAAJ&dq=Second+Persian+war,+Lieu&lr=&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0*cite web|title=Justinian (AD 527565)|last=Evans|first=James Allan|url=http://www.roman-emperors.org/justinia.htm|publisher=Online Encyclopedia of Roman Emperors|accessdate=2007-05-19*cite news |title=Excavations In Iran Unravel Mystery Of "Red Snake"|url=http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080218155534.htm|work=Science News |publisher=Science Daily|date=February 26, 2008|accessdate=2008-06-03 *cite book |title=Shadows in the Desert: Ancient Persia at War |last=Farrokh |first=Kaveh |isbn=1-846-03108-7|year=2007|publisher=Osprey Publishing|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=p7kltwf9yrwC&dq=Lazica,+545&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0|chapter=Khosrau I, Renaissance and Revival*cite book |title=Sassanian Elite Cavalry AD 224642|last=Farrokh |first=Kaveh |coauthors=McBride, Angus|isbn=1-84176-713-1|year=2005|publisher=Osprey Publishing|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=aQspOf291_cC&dq=Theodore,+Shahin&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0|chapter=The Savaran in Battle*cite journal|last=Foss|first=Clive|year=1975|title=The Persians in Asia Minor and the End of Antiquity|journal=The English Historical Review|volume=90|pages=72147*cite book |title=The Cambridge History of Iran |last=Frye|first=R.

Our staff are also friendly and enjoy helping visitors to have a comfortable stay with us. Beihefte zum Tbinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients B 55 | location=Wiesbaden* cite book | last =Millar | first = Fergus | year = 1982 | url=http://www.questia.com/library/book/the-roman-near-east-31-bc-ad-337-by-fergus-millar.jsp|title =The Roman Near East, 31 B.C.-A.D. 337 | publisher=Harvard University Press|location=Cambridge*cite book |title=A History of the Later Roman Empire, AD 284641|last=Mitchell|first=Stephen B.|year=2006|publisher=Blackwell Publishing|isbn=1-405-10857-6*cite book |title=The Roman Empire at Bay: Ad 180395|last=Potter|first=David S.|year=2004|publisher=Routledge|location=London und New York|isbn=0-415-10058-5|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=qDVXRO1CFXAC&dq=Potter,+The+Roman+Empire+at+Bay&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0*cite book |title=The Emperor Maurice and his Historian|last=Whitby|first=Michael|year=1988|publisher=Oxford University Press|isbn=0-198-22945-3|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=VAcAJfJP9KUC&dq=Whitby,+The+Emperor+Maurice+and+his+Historian&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0External links*cite web|title=Sixth Century Alania: between Byzantium, Sasanian Iran and the Turkic World|last=Alemani|first=Agust|url=http://www.transoxiana.org/Eran/Articles/alemany.pdf|format=PDF|publisher=Transoxiana Webfestschrift Series I|work=ran ud Anrn|accessdate=2008-05-06*cite web|title=Rome and Parthia at War|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=war_roman_parthian|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Classical Europe and Mediterranean |accessdate=2008-05-16*cite web|title=Sassanids vs Byzantines|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=sassanids_byzantines|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Medieval Europe|accessdate=2008-05-16. Book 4. Both powers agreed to return all occupied territories, and the Romans agreed to make a one-time payment of 110 "centenaria" (11,000 lbs of gold). [Barnes (1985), 126] This attitude created intense suspicions of the loyalties of Christians living in Sassanid Iran, and often led to Roman–Persian tensions or even military confrontations.

Translated by [http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/sib/ Milton S. Terry] . Translated by [http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/joshua_the_stylite_02_trans.htm William Wright] .

Book 4. *Herodian, "History of the Roman Empire". According to R. N. Frye, it was under Shapur II that the Persian system was extended, probably in imitation of Diocletian's construction of the "limes" of the Syrian and Mesopotamian frontiers of the Roman empire. See also, Greatrex (2005), 503–504] Justin II brought Armenia under his protection, while Roman troops under Justin's nephew Marcian raided Arzanene and invaded Persian Mesopotamia, where they defeated local forces. Beihefte zum Tbinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients B 55 | location=Wiesbaden* cite book | last =Millar | first = Fergus | year = 1982 | url=http://www.questia.com/library/book/the-roman-near-east-31-bc-ad-337-by-fergus-millar.jsp|title =The Roman Near East, 31 B.C.-A.D. 337 | publisher=Harvard University Press|location=Cambridge*cite book |title=A History of the Later Roman Empire, AD 284641|last=Mitchell|first=Stephen B.|year=2006|publisher=Blackwell Publishing|isbn=1-405-10857-6*cite book |title=The Roman Empire at Bay: Ad 180395|last=Potter|first=David S.|year=2004|publisher=Routledge|location=London und New York|isbn=0-415-10058-5|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=qDVXRO1CFXAC&dq=Potter,+The+Roman+Empire+at+Bay&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0*cite book |title=The Emperor Maurice and his Historian|last=Whitby|first=Michael|year=1988|publisher=Oxford University Press|isbn=0-198-22945-3|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=VAcAJfJP9KUC&dq=Whitby,+The+Emperor+Maurice+and+his+Historian&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0External links*cite web|title=Sixth Century Alania: between Byzantium, Sasanian Iran and the Turkic World|last=Alemani|first=Agust|url=http://www.transoxiana.org/Eran/Articles/alemany.pdf|format=PDF|publisher=Transoxiana Webfestschrift Series I|work=ran ud Anrn|accessdate=2008-05-06*cite web|title=Rome and Parthia at War|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=war_roman_parthian|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Classical Europe and Mediterranean |accessdate=2008-05-16*cite web|title=Sassanids vs Byzantines|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=sassanids_byzantines|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Medieval Europe|accessdate=2008-05-16, The Romans exploited Persian disarray by invading deep into Persian territory and raiding Atropatene. As Frye states:Both sides attempted to justify their respective military goals in both active and reactive ways. Mark Antony in 36 BC, and Valerian in 260 AD. These were absorbed by the central state over time, and by the seventh century the last buffer state, the Arab Lakhmids of Al-Hirah, was annexed to the Sassanid Empire. upper hand over Zenobia and eventually besieged her in Palmyra. Among them the most important are the Greeks Agathias and Malalas, the Persians Tabari and Ferdowsi, the Armenian Agathangelos, and the Syriac Chronicles of Edessa and Arbela, most of whom depended on late Sassanid sources, especially Khoday Namag. Ironically however, these wars so weakened both the Beihefte zum Tbinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients B 55 | location=Wiesbaden* cite book | last =Millar | first = Fergus | year = 1982 | url=http://www.questia.com/library/book/the-roman-near-east-31-bc-ad-337-by-fergus-millar.jsp|title =The Roman Near East, 31 B.C.-A.D. 337 | publisher=Harvard University Press|location=Cambridge*cite book |title=A History of the Later Roman Empire, AD 284641|last=Mitchell|first=Stephen B.|year=2006|publisher=Blackwell Publishing|isbn=1-405-10857-6*cite book |title=The Roman Empire at Bay: Ad 180395|last=Potter|first=David S.|year=2004|publisher=Routledge|location=London und New York|isbn=0-415-10058-5|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=qDVXRO1CFXAC&dq=Potter,+The+Roman+Empire+at+Bay&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0*cite book |title=The Emperor Maurice and his Historian|last=Whitby|first=Michael|year=1988|publisher=Oxford University Press|isbn=0-198-22945-3|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=VAcAJfJP9KUC&dq=Whitby,+The+Emperor+Maurice+and+his+Historian&source=gbs_summary_s&cad=0External links*cite web|title=Sixth Century Alania: between Byzantium, Sasanian Iran and the Turkic World|last=Alemani|first=Agust|url=http://www.transoxiana.org/Eran/Articles/alemany.pdf|format=PDF|publisher=Transoxiana Webfestschrift Series I|work=ran ud Anrn|accessdate=2008-05-06*cite web|title=Rome and Parthia at War|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=war_roman_parthian|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Classical Europe and Mediterranean |accessdate=2008-05-16*cite web|title=Sassanids vs Byzantines|url=http://www.allempires.com/article/index.php?q=sassanids_byzantines|publisher=All Empires - Online History Community|work=History Articles - Medieval Europe|accessdate=2008-05-16, The Persians broke the "Treaty of Eternal Peace" in 540 AD, probably in response to the Roman reconquest of much of the former western empire, which had been facilitated by the cessation of war in the East. Translation based on Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb. Fought 586, near Dara, Syria, between the Byzantines, led by Philippicus (brother-in-law of Emperor Maurice), and the Persians. *Eutropius, "Abridgment of Roman History". [John of Epiphania, "History", [http://www.ancientsites.com/aw/Post/1048936 2] , gives an additional for the outbreak of the war: " [The Medians'] contentiousness increased even further [] when Justin did not deem to pay the Medians the five hundred pounds of gold each year previously agreed to under the peace treaties and let the Roman State remain forever a tributary of the Persians."

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