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Book XXVII
1-2
Trouble with the Alamanni (early 366); beaten by Jovinus
3.1-2
Portent at Pistoria
3.3-15
City prefectures of Symmachus (April 364 -March 365), Lampadius (April-September 365), Viventius (October 365-May 367)
3.12-15
Contest between Damasus and Ursinus for the Bishopric of Rome
4.1
Valens prepares for war against the Goths
4.2-14
Digression on Thrace
5
Valens' Gothic war, 367-369
6
Illness of Valentinian and proclamation of Gratian as Augustus, 367
7
About the anger, savageness and cruelty of Valentinian
8
Problems in Britain with Picts, Attacotti and Scots; routed by Theodosius
9.1-5
Moorish tribes devastate Africa
9.6-7
Isaurian raids
9.8-10
City prefecture of Praetextatus (August 367-September 368)
10
Valentinian campaigns on the Rhine against the Alamanni
11
On birth, wealth, honours and character of Probus, praetorian prefect of Illyricum
12
Conflict with Persia over Armenia and Hiberia

Book XXVIII
1
Trials at Rome against senators, 369-370 to 374; The deaths of Maximinus, Simplicius, and Doryphorianus
2.1-10
Valentinian on the Rhine against the Alamanni
2.11-14
The Maratocupreni in Syria
3
Theodosius in Britain
4
The city prefectures of Olybrius (January 369-August 370) and Ampelius (January 371-July 372); on the faults of senators and people of Rome
5.1-7
Raid by Saxones, 370
5.8-15
The Rhine frontier
6
Troubles in Tripolitania, 364 onward

Book XXIX
1-2
Treason trials against Theodorus and his accomplices at Antioch and the Orient, 372 onwards
3
The cruelty of Valentinian in the western regions
4
Valentinian campaigns across the Rhine but fails the capture Macrianus, king of the Alamanni
5
Theodosius' campaign in Mauretania
6.1-16
The Quadi with the Sarmatians invade Illyricum and almost wholly destroy two legions
6.17-19
City prefecture of Claudius (21 May-19 July 374)
 
 

Book XXX
1
The killing of King Pap of Armenia, probably 374
2
Conflict with Sapor over Armenia and Iberia; the death of Remigius
3
Valentinian campaigns on the Rhine (374) and makes peace with the Alamanni
4.1-2
The administration of Valens
4.3-22
Digression on lawyers
5-6
Valentinian leaves Trier in the spring to make war on the Sarmatians and Quadi; he dies in Pannonia, 17 Nov. 375
7-9
Obituary of Valentinian
10
Valentinian II proclaimed Augustus, 22 November 375

Book XXXI
1
Portents predicting the death of Valens and impending defeat by the Goths
2
Digression on the Huns and Alans
3-4
Under pressure, the Goths request and are granted permission to settle south of the Danube (Thrace)
5.1-9
Thervingian Goths revolt from Valens and rout Lupicinus and his army
5.10-17
Roman recovery from past disasters
6
Gothic chieftains rebel and start plundering Thrace
7
The Roman generals Profuturus, Trajanus and Richomer fight a drawn battle with the Goths
8
Ongoing troubles with Goths in Thrace
9
General Frigeridus slays many of the Goths and Taifali
10
The Lentiensian Alamanni are defeated by the generals of Gratian
11.1-5
Valens leaves Antioch and travels to Thrace
11.6
Gratian reaches Castra Martis in order to assist Valens against the Goths
12-13
The campaign of Adrianople
14
Obituary of Valens
15-16.7
The immediate aftermath of the battle; failed attempts by the Goths to take Adrianople and Constantinople
16.8
Killing of Goths throughout the East
16.9
Author's farewell to his readers

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