Pausanias, born probably in Lydia in Asia Minor, was a Greek of the 2nd century CE, about 120–180, who traveled widely , filled out with historical accounts and events and digressions on facts and wonders of nature. His chief interest was the monuments of art and architecture, especially the most famous of them;Pausanias, Description of Greece, Pausanias, Description of Greece, Volume II: Books 3-5 (Laconia, Messenia, Elis 1) LCL 188
Archaeological Museum of Vergina (Αρχαιολογικο Μουσειο Βεργινας)
Macedonian Quotes - “Belistiche, a woman from the coast of Macedonia, won with the pair of foals... at the hundred and twenty-ninth Olympics.” ―Pausanias Source/Notes: Description of Greece, Eleia VIII, 11 [Loeb]
Procopius Volume I Loeb Classical Library 48 History of the Wars, Volume I Books 1-2. (Persian War) Procopius Translated by H. B. Dewing History of the Wars by the Byzantine historian Procopius (late fifth century to after 558 CE) consists largely of sixth century CE military history, with much information about peoples, places, and special events. Powerful description complements careful narration. Procopius is just to the empire’s enemies and boldly criticises emperor Justinian
Frontinus, Stratagems. Aqueducts of Rome LCL 174: The Aqueducts of Rome, written in 97–98, gives some historical details and a description of the aqueducts for the water supply of the city, with laws relating to them. Frontinus aimed at being useful and writes in a rather popular style which is both simple and clear.
Manuscript (1485), of Pausanias' Description of Greece at the Laurentian Library. Pausanias (c. AD 110 – c. 180) was a Greek traveler and geographer of the 2nd century AD, who lived in the times of Hadrian, Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius. He is famous for his Description of Greece, a lengthy work that describes ancient Greece from firsthand observations, and is a crucial link , between classical literature and modern archaeology.