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Once again, Gaiseric was his major supporter, but once again his hopes were shattered, as the Eastern Emperor Leo I the Thracian chose the noble Procopius Anthemius.
His first wife was probably Artemisia, having married secondly the dowager Empress Faustina, while the Roman general of the 5th century Procopius and his son, the Emperor Anthemius, were among his descendants, the first being the son of his son Procopius.
Caesar Procopius Anthemius P. F.
Aug ."; b. Procopius Anthemius ), 467 472
Flavius Procopius Anthemius ( floruit 469-515 ) was a politician of the Eastern Roman Empire, son of Western Roman Emperor Anthemius.
Procopius was the son of Anthemius and of Marcia Euphemia, daughter of the Easter Roman Empire.
Procopius might be the Anthemius, husband of Herais and father of a Zeno betrothed to a nephew of Emperor Zeno ; this Anthemius was probably a patricius.
* Jones, Arnold Hugh Martin, John Robert Martindale, John Morris, " Procopius Anthemius 9 ", Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire, Volume 2, Cambridge University Press, 1980, ISBN 0-521-20159-4, p. 99.
* Procopius, magister militum, father of Emperor Procopius Anthemius
* Procopius Anthemius ( c. 420-472 ), a Western Roman Emperor ;
* Anthemiolus, son of Procopius Anthemius, Roman general ;
* Marcian, son of Procopius Anthemius, usurper ;
* Procopius Anthemius, son of Procopius Anthemius, Consul ;
* Romulus, son of Procopius Anthemius ;
* Alypia, daughter of Procopius Anthemius, wife of Ricimer.
However Cassiodorus, Marcellinus Comes and Procopius report that Anthemius was killed by Ricimer himself.

Procopius and c
Even earlier than this collection, it is referred to by Procopius of Gaza ( c. 465-528 ), and Methodius appeals to Justin in support of his interpretation of 1 Corinthians 15: 50 in a way which makes it natural to assume the existence of a treatise on the subject, to say nothing of other traces of a connection in thought both here, in Irenaeus ( V., ii .- xiii.
Procopius of Caesarea ( Latin: Procopius Caesarensis, ; c. AD 500 c. AD 565 ) was a prominent Byzantine scholar from Palaestina Prima.
The story told in the opera is quite different from the real one, despite the fact that Zeno claimed to use several historical sources ( Evagrius Scholasticus l. 2. c. 7, Procopius of Caesarea, Historia Vandalorum, l. 1, Paul the Deacon, vi ): Ricimer captures Rome, frees his sister Teodolinda and enslaves Placidia, daughter of Valentinian III ; a little later, Olybrius frees Rome and Placidia, and marries her.
Procopius of Gaza ( c. 465-528 AD ) was a Christian sophist and rhetorician, one of the most important representatives of the famous school of his native place.
Procopius ( c. 325 / 326 27 May 366 ) was a Roman usurper against Valens, and member of the Constantinian dynasty.
The Roman historian Procopius ( c. 500 565 ) described the Franks and their use of throwing axes:
* Procopius ( usurper ) ( c. 325-366 ), nephew of Emperor Constantine I, a Roman general and usurper emperor
* Procopius of Gaza ( c. 465-528 ), a Christian rhetorician
* Procopius of Caesarea ( c. 500-c. 565 ), an Eastern Roman historian and writer
The contemporary historian Procopius ( c. 500 565 ) gives the following description:

Procopius and .
The letters of Cassiodorus, chief minister and literary adviser of Amalasuntha, and the histories of Procopius and Jordanes, give us our chief information as to the character of Amalasuntha.
* Procopius, De Aedific.
Bede's account of the early migrations of the Angles and Saxons to England omits any mention of a movement of those peoples across the channel from Britain to Brittany described by Procopius, who was writing in the sixth century.
Ossetic bættən " bind ", bast " bound ") and Iranian * arna-" offspring ", equating it with the δουλόσποροι " slave Sporoi " mentioned by Nonnus and Cosmas, where Sporoi is the people Procopius mentions as the ancestors of the Slavs.
The Historian Procopius, in his Secret History, claims that the emperor Justinian attempted to interfere with the Jewish calendar in the 6th century, and a modern writer has suggested that this measure may have been directed against the protopaschites.
Procopius records that after about five years, Abraha deposed the viceroy and made himself king ( Histories 1. 20 ).
Gothic has no direct testimony of * albs, plural * albeis, but Procopius has the personal name Albila.
Procopius, The Vandalic War ( III. 2. 25 26 )
Major sources for Gothic history include Ammianus Marcellinus ' Res gestae, which mentions Gothic involvement in the civil war between emperors Procopius and Valens of 365 and recounts the Gothic refugee crisis and revolt of 376 82, and Procopius ' de bello gothico, which describes the Gothic war of 535 52.
Procopius interpreted the name Visigoth as " western Goths " and the name Ostrogoth as " eastern Goth ", reflecting the geographic distribution of the Gothic realms at that time.
Dengizich is believed to have been king ( khan ) of the Kutrigur Bulgars, and Ernakh king ( khan ) of the Utigur Bulgars, whilst Procopius claimed that Kutrigurs and Utigurs were named after, and led by two of the sons of Ernakh.
Similarly, the 6th century Slavs were presented as Hun groups by Procopius.
Procopius provides the primary source for the history of Justinian's reign.
Another contemporary chronicler, Procopius, compares Justinian's appearance to that of tyrannical Emperor Domitian, although this is probably slander.
Procopius relates that 30, 000 unarmed civilians were killed in the Hippodrome.
Justinian was a prolific builder ; the historian Procopius bears witness to his activities in this area.
In Justinian's era, and partly under his patronage, Byzantine culture produced noteworthy historians, including Procopius and Agathias, and poets such as Paul the Silentiary and Romanus the Melodist flourished during his reign.
* Procopius.
* Procopius, The Secret History, translated by G. A.
* The Anekdota (" Secret history ") of Procopius in English translation.
* The Buildings of Procopius in English translation.
Other writers, e. g. Procopius, wrote works which are extant on the later history of the Goths.

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