Bury, John Bagnell (Bury John Bagnell)( English historian.)
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Biography Bury, John Bagnell (Bury John Bagnell)
Born October 16, 1861 in County Monaghan (Ireland). He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin University. In 1893 he was appointed professor of modern history at Trinity College. In 1898 he became a professor of modern history at Cambridge University, reluctantly saying goodbye to Dublin. Best research Bury stories are devoted to the late period of the Roman Empire, especially the Middle Eastern territories. In 1896-1900 he was preparing to print work Gibbon Decline and destruction of the Roman Empire, providing it with a brilliant introduction and notes, since this edition is the canonical. Among other works Bury - History of the Eastern Roman Empire (History of the Eastern Roman Empire, . 1912), . History of the Later Roman Empire (History of the Later Roman Empire, . 1923), . The invasion of the barbarians in Europe (The Invasion of Europe by the Barbarians, . 1928), . Life St,
. Patrick (Life of St. Patrick, 1905), History of freethinking (History of Freedom of Thought, 1913) and the idea of progress (The Idea of Progress, 1920). Bury died in Rome on June 1, 1927.