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'''Marcellinus Comes''' (ö. yaklaşık 534)<!--, was[[Doğu aRoma Latinİmparatorluğu]]'nun [[chroniclerLatince]] of the [[Eastern Roman EmpireVakanüvis]]tir. An [[Illyriansİliryalılar|Illyrianİliryalıdır]] by birth,<ref name="Croke2001">{{cite book|last=Croke|first=Brian|title=Count Marcellinus and his chronicle|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=ep6U-meRt00C&pg=PA101|accessdate=9 November 2010|year=2001|publisher=Oxford University Press|isbn=978-0-19-815001-5|page=101}}</ref> hehayatının spent most of his life at the court ofçoğunu [[ConstantinopleKonstantinopolis]] sarayında geçirdi. HisHayatta onlykalan survivingtek work,eseri theDoğu Roma İmparatorluğu'na odaklanan 'Chronicle'Vakainame'', focuses on the Eastern Roman Empireidi.
 
==Chronicle Vakainame ==
Hayatta kalan tek eseri, bir vakainame (''Annales'') [[Eusebios]]'un ''Dinsel Tarih'' adlı eserinin devamıdır. Bilinmeyen bir yazar 566'ya kadar bir devamını eklemesine rağmen, 379'dan 534'e kadar olan dönemi kapsar.
Only one work of his survives, a chronicle (''Annales''), which was a continuation of [[Eusebius]]'s ''[[Church History (Eusebius)|Ecclesiastical History]]''. It covers the period from 379 to 534, although an unknown writer added a continuation down to 566. Although his work is in [[Latin]], it primarily describes the affairs of the Eastern Roman Empire. Some information about [[Western Europe]], drawn from [[Paulus Orosius|Orosius]]'s ''Historia adversus paganos'' and [[Gennadius of Massilia|Gennadius]]' ''De viris illustribus'', is introduced insofar as it relates to Constantinople. The chronicle is filled with details and anecdotes about the city and the court. Marcellinus was [[Eastern Orthodox Church|Orthodox]] and has little good to say about heretics in his work.
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Only one work of his survives, a chronicle (''Annales''), which was a continuation of [[Eusebius]]'s ''[[Church History (Eusebius)|Ecclesiastical History]]''. It covers the period from 379 to 534, although an unknown writer added a continuation down to 566. Although his work is in [[Latin]], it primarily describes the affairs of the Eastern Roman Empire. Some information about [[Western Europe]], drawn from [[Paulus Orosius|Orosius]]'s ''Historia adversus paganos'' and [[Gennadius of Massilia|Gennadius]]' ''De viris illustribus'', is introduced insofar as it relates to Constantinople. The chronicle is filled with details and anecdotes about the city and the court. Marcellinus was [[Eastern Orthodox Church|Orthodox]] and has little good to say about heretics in his work.
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