ProcopiusProcopius of Caesarea ( ''Prokópios ho Kaisareús''; ; –after 565) was a prominent late antique Byzantine scholar from Palaestina Prima. Accompanying the Byzantine general Belisarius in Emperor Justinian's wars, Procopius became the principal Byzantine historian of the 6th century, writing the ''History of the Wars'', the ''Buildings'', and the ''Secret History''. He is commonly classified as the last major historian of the ancient Western world. Provided by Wikipedia
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