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The history of Carausius

Gough, Richard

The history of Carausius

or, an examination of what has been advanced on that subject by Genebrier and Stukely. ...

by Gough, Richard

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Published by printed for T. Becket and P. A. Hondt [sic] in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4973, no. 5.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4],62,[2]p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16944684M

Carausius. Roman imperial usurper, ad – In Carausius revolted against official Roman command in advance of disciplinary action by the western Augustus (emperor) Maximian. Appointed to command patrols of the English Channel, which was plagued by barbarians, Carausius had exploited the booty profits too successfully for Maximian's liking, and Maximian . Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Full text of "The History of Carausius, the Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders.

  CARAUSIUS, MARCUS AURELIUS, tyrant or usurper in Britain, A.D. –, was a Menapian from Belgic Gaul, a man of humble origin, who in his early days had been a pilot. Having entered the Roman army, he rapidly obtained promotion, and was stationed by the emperor Maximian at Gessoriacum (Bononia, Boulogne) to protect the coasts and channel.   He reviews the marine technology of the period and outlines the strategies of Roman coastal protection. He concludes by considering how Carausius was depicted by writers from the medieval period onward, in particular assessing the use of Carausius and Allectus as historical icons in periods of national crisis in British : P. J. Casey.

Buy Stabschrecken: Carausius, Sipyloidea & Co. (): NHBS - Ingo Fritsche, Natur und Tier-Verlag. Paul Bannister writes:” Britannicus followed the real third-century emperor Carausius, a Roman admiral who stole the Channel fleet and declared himself ruler of Britain ( – AD.) The first book of the series closely follows history, later books include Carausius in real events that occurred a short time after his death.


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The history of Carausius by Gough, Richard Download PDF EPUB FB2

The political history of Roman Britain is not well-documented, and among its more shadowy reaches is the ten-year period ( A.D.) during which the island formed an effectively independent realm under the "emperors" Carausius and by: The History of Carausius: The Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica, and the Seas; The Great First Hollandis.

by Robert Robert (Author), John Watts De Peyster (Author) See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Author: Robert Robert, John Watts De Peyster. Carausius: | | | Carausius | | | | ||Empe World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive.

Based in Gesoriacum (Boulogne), Carausius seemed to undertake this task with ruthless competence – according to Eutropius's Epitome of Roman History, penned a century later –.

Between A.D. andthe Gallo-Roman military commander Carausius and his successor Allectus ruled Roman The history of Carausius book, forming a renegade government there that threatened the stability of the Roman Empire. Constantius Chlorus eventually suppressed this separatist regime, and his success paved the way for his son Constantine to use Britain as the base for his own bid for.

He reviews the marine technology of the period and outlines the strategies of Roman coastal protection. He concludes by considering how Carausius was depicted by writers from the medieval period onward, in particular assessing the use of Carausius and Allectus as historical icons in periods of national crisis in British history.

Volume 6 of The history of Carausius; or, An examination of what has been advanced on that subject by Genebrier and Stukeley [by R.

Gough.], Marcus Aurelius Carausius (emperor of Britain.) Authors: Richard Gough, Claude Génébrier, Marcus Aurelius Carausius (emperor of Britain.) Published: Original from: Oxford University: Digitized: Mar. OCLC Number: Notes: Signatures, v. 1: A⁴ a-b⁴ B-R⁴ S⁴ S-2O⁴ 2P⁴(-2P₃, ₄).

Vol. 1, pages iv and v misnumbered v and vi respectively. Synopsis Between A.D. andthe Gallo-Roman military commander Carausius and his successor Allectus ruled Roman Britain, forming a renegade government there that threatened the stability of the Roman Empire. Constantius Chlorus eventually suppressed this /5(2).

History Edit. Carausius was of humble origin, a Menapian who distinguished himself during Maximian's campaign against the Bagaudae rebels in northern Gaul in This success, and his former occupation as a pilot, led to his appointment to command the Classis Britannica, a fleet based in the English Channel, with the responsibility of eliminating Frankish and Saxon pirates Born: Gallia Belgica.

In discussing Carausius' literary reference on coins, the article now reads: "No other Roman emperor in history ever made such an explicit reference to famous Roman literature.

It is quite extraordinary that in a remote province like Britain a rebel emperor should utilise such a method to appeal to his public.

Carausius and Allectus: the British usurpers by P. J Casey (Book); Litus Saxonicum: the British Saxon Shore in scholarship and history by Donald A White (Book); The history of Carausius, the Dutch Augustus, and emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica, and the seas; the great first Hollandish admiral; and the first sailor king of England.

Ancient Origins articles related to Carausius in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page 1 of tag Carausius).

The author even includes a chapter on the elusive "Carausius II." One of the best chapters detailed the historiography of the usurpers, showing how authors have viewed Carausius over many, many years, and for what reasons their view of him changes.4/5.

THE HISTORY OF CARAUSIUS; OR, AN EXAMINATION OF WHAT HAS BEEN ADVANCED ON THAT SUBJECT BY GENEBRIER AND STUKELEY [BY R.

GOUGH.]. (PAPERBACK)United States, Paperback. Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have. Well, I found the tentative link. According to some online genealogies, and repeated in the book The British Chronicles, Volume 1, by David Hughes, pg states (emphasis mine) that.

It is generally accepted that Maximus (Macsen "Wledic") was the eldest of the three sons of the Roman Governor Eucharius( & ) and his wife Flavia, daughter of the earlier British. The History of Carausius, The Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica, and the Seas; the Great First Hollandish Admiral; and the First Sailor King of England.

Full title: The History of Carausius, The Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica, and the Seas; the Great First Hollandish Admiral; and the First Sailor King Seller Rating: % positive. [edit] LegendIn Geoffrey of Monmouth's legendary History of the Kings of Britain () Carausius is a Briton of humble birth, who by his courage persuades the Roman Senate to give him command of a fleet to defend Britain from barbarian en: Aurelia Carausia Carausia, Genseric, King in Britain, Aurelia Carausia.

Carausius. Roman imperial usurper, ad – Source: The Oxford Companion to British History Author(s): Eleanor ScottEleanor Scott. In Carausius revolted against official Roman command in advance of disciplinary action by the western Augustus (emperor) Maximian.

This chapter assembles evidence for the ‘British empire’ created by the usurpation of Carausius, which lasted from AD to ; his overthrow by his lieutenant Allectus; and the latter’s rule from to For both men, the questions of their origin and previous career are analysed.

In the case of Allectus, it is argued that he was not rationalis summae rei (finance minister) of. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The History of Carausius, the Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica, and the Seas: The Great First Hollandish Adm (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay!

Free shipping for many products! History of the Kings of Britain/Book 5. From Wikisource At that time there was in Britain one Carausius, of a young man of mean birth, who, having given proof of his bravery in many engagements, went to Rome, and solicited the senate for leave to defend with a fleet the maritime coasts of Britain from the incursions of barbarians; which if.

The history that we have of Carausius is extremely patchy, coming as it does from a small number of problematic textual sources, a few propaganda images and limited text on coins and medallions.

Consequently, we need to take care in our reconstruction of : Ancient-Origins.