This paper offers a fresh analysis of Dionysius’ testimony that not only explains why he devoted so much attention to the Aborigines in his Roman Antiquities, but also clarifies the extent to which conflicting literary interpretations about the Aborigines could be valued at the time when he lived and worked.

Augustan Historiography on the Mythical Aborigines: Ideology and Erudition in Dionysius, Trogus, and Timagenes

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Abstract

This paper offers a fresh analysis of Dionysius’ testimony that not only explains why he devoted so much attention to the Aborigines in his Roman Antiquities, but also clarifies the extent to which conflicting literary interpretations about the Aborigines could be valued at the time when he lived and worked.
Aborigines, Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Pompeius Trogus, Timagenes
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