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Julius Valerius Alexander Polemius (third to fourth century AD) was a translator of the Greek Pseudo-Callisthenes, the romantic history of Alexander the Great, to the Latin Res gestae Alexandri Macedonis, in three books: birth; acts; death. The work is important in connection with the transmission of the Alexander story in the Middle Ages.

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  • Iulius Valerius Alexander Polemius (* wohl in Alexandria) war ein antiker Schriftsteller; er lebte im späten dritten Jahrhundert und/oder in der ersten Hälfte des 4. Jahrhunderts. Er übersetzte den griechischen Alexanderroman ins Lateinische. (de)
  • Julio Valerio Alejandro Polemio (en latín, Flavius Iulius Valerius Alexander, fl. 337-338) fue un escritor, traductor al latín, militar y político romano. (es)
  • Julius Valerius Alexander Polemius (third to fourth century AD) was a translator of the Greek Pseudo-Callisthenes, the romantic history of Alexander the Great, to the Latin Res gestae Alexandri Macedonis, in three books: birth; acts; death. The work is important in connection with the transmission of the Alexander story in the Middle Ages. Alexander Polemius is tentatively identified by historians with one of the Roman consuls for the year 338. The appointment was unusual, as the emperor Constantine I had died the previous year, and custom prescribed that a new emperor – in this case, Constantine's sons – assumed the consulship in the year following his accession. This led Timothy Barnes to suggest that Polemius, who was probably a general, played a leading role in the purge which killed many members of the imperial family in 337, securing the succession of Constantine's sons, and that he received the consulship as a belated reward for this service. In 345, the same Polemius was a comes under the emperor Constantius II, and wrote a letter to the exiled bishop of Alexandria, Athanasius, encouraging him to return to his see. (en)
  • Giulio Valerio (in latino Iulius Valerius; IV secolo d.C.) è stato un autore latino di età imperiale, ricordato per una sua traduzione dal greco del romanzo biografico di Alessandro Magno (il cosiddetto Pseudo-Callistene). (it)
  • Flavio Giulio Valerio Alessandro Polemio (in latino: Flavius Iulius Valerius Alexander Polemius; ... – ...; fl. 337-338) è stato uno scrittore, militare e politico romano. (it)
  • Флавий Полемий (лат. Flavius Polemius) — государственный деятель Римской империи первой половины IV века, консул 338 года. (ru)
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  • Iulius Valerius Alexander Polemius (* wohl in Alexandria) war ein antiker Schriftsteller; er lebte im späten dritten Jahrhundert und/oder in der ersten Hälfte des 4. Jahrhunderts. Er übersetzte den griechischen Alexanderroman ins Lateinische. (de)
  • Julio Valerio Alejandro Polemio (en latín, Flavius Iulius Valerius Alexander, fl. 337-338) fue un escritor, traductor al latín, militar y político romano. (es)
  • Giulio Valerio (in latino Iulius Valerius; IV secolo d.C.) è stato un autore latino di età imperiale, ricordato per una sua traduzione dal greco del romanzo biografico di Alessandro Magno (il cosiddetto Pseudo-Callistene). (it)
  • Flavio Giulio Valerio Alessandro Polemio (in latino: Flavius Iulius Valerius Alexander Polemius; ... – ...; fl. 337-338) è stato uno scrittore, militare e politico romano. (it)
  • Флавий Полемий (лат. Flavius Polemius) — государственный деятель Римской империи первой половины IV века, консул 338 года. (ru)
  • Julius Valerius Alexander Polemius (third to fourth century AD) was a translator of the Greek Pseudo-Callisthenes, the romantic history of Alexander the Great, to the Latin Res gestae Alexandri Macedonis, in three books: birth; acts; death. The work is important in connection with the transmission of the Alexander story in the Middle Ages. (en)
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  • Iulius Valerius Polemius (de)
  • Julius Valerius Alexander Polemius (en)
  • Julio Valerio Alejandro Polemio (es)
  • Julius Valerius Alexander Polemius (fr)
  • Polemio (it)
  • Giulio Valerio (it)
  • Флавий Полемий (ru)
  • Флавій Полемій (uk)
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