Tag: Visigoths

Giannotti on a mundus senescens

Now available: Filomena Giannotti, ‘News from a mundus senescens: Romans, Visigoths and Saxons in a Letter by Sidonius Apollinaris (8.6)’, in: José Luís Brandão, Cláudia Teixeira and Ália Rodrigues (eds), Confronting Identities in the Roman Empire: Assumptions about the Other in Literary Evidence, London: Bloomsbury, 2023, 213-36.

Can be read online in open access. Hardback forthcoming 14 December 2023.

Exposition Wisigoths: Rois de Toulouse

The Saint-Raymond museum in Toulouse this year presents an exposition “Wisigoths: Rois de Toulouse“.

It is accompanied by a virtual 360° visit online.

The museum has also published a catalogue: Laure Barthet and Claudine Jacquet (eds), Wisigoths: Rois de Toulouse, where, on pp. 116-20 Jean-Marie Pailler, Jean-Luc Boudartchouk and Patrice Montzamir discuss Sidonius and his (or his son’s?) epitaph in both its versions.