Klaus Bringmann (given birth to 28 Might 1936, in Poor Wildungen) is a German historian, an writer of books about Roman background, and a teacher of antiquity.
Bringmann studied from 1956 to 1962 background, classical philology and viewpoint at the Colleges of Marburg and Munich. He received his doctorate in 1962 in the University or college of Marburg in 1969 and became a teacher at the University or college of Marburg with investigations in to the past due Cicero. Since 1971, Bringmann trained Classics in the Philipps-University Marburg, and from 1973 historic history in the Technische Hochschule Darmstadt. Bringmann offers three sons and continues to be wedded since 1965. Since 1988 until his pension in 2000 he trained as emeritus teacher of Ancient Background in the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University or college in Frankfurt where he kept a seat of historic background. In 1987/88 and 1993/94 he was a going to scientist in the Institute for Advanced Research in Princeton. Bringmann offers since 1988 been an associate from the German Archaeological Institute.The primary research regions of Bringmann lie in Roman history of the republic to past due antiquity, the annals of Hellenism, of Jewish history in the Hellenistic and Roman times and the annals of Christianity in the Roman Empire. He also led using the teacher of Classical Archaeology Hans von Steuben, the task "donations Hellenistic ruler of Greek towns and sanctuaries." Later on he was a movie director from the interdisciplinary study program "Understanding Culture and Sociable Switch." Bringmann is usually a holder from the Professorship of Old History in the Technische Universität Darmstadt.
Roman history. Through the beginnings to past due antiquity. Oxford College or university Press, first Model, Munich 1995; 10 Model 2008, ISBN 3-406-44812-7 Storia romana, Il Mulino, Italian model, Bologna 1998, ISBN 88-15-06647-0 . Background of the Roman Republic. Right from the start to Augustus. CH Beck, Munich 2002, ISBN 3-406-49292-4 A BRIEF HISTORY from the Roman Republic, British Translation, Polity Press, Cambridge 2007, ISBN 0-7456-3371-4 . Augustus as well as the establishment from the Roman Empire, Akademie-Verlag, Berlin 2002, ISBN 3-05-003054-2 Turmoil and the finish from the Roman Republic (133-42 BC). Akademie-Verlag, Berlin 2003, ISBN 3-05-003450-5 Emperor Julian. The final pagan ruler. Scientific Paper Business / Primus Verlag, Darmstadt 2004, ISBN 3-89678-516-8 Juliano, Herder Editorial, Barcelona 2006, ISBN 84-254-2427-5 . Augustus. Scientific Paper Business / Primus Verlag, Darmstadt, 2007, ISBN 3-89678-605-9 Augusto, Herder Editorial: Barcelona 2008, ISBN 978-84-254-2533-2 Cicero, Routledge, Darmstadt, 2010