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  1. Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-07-12
  2. The Annals of Imperial Rome by Cornelius Tacitus, 2005-01-01
  3. Complete Works of Tacitus by Tacitus, 1964-09-01
  4. The Histories (Penguin Classics) by Tacitus, 2009-08-25
  5. The Annals: The Reigns of Tiberius, Claudius, and Nero (Oxford World's Classics) by Cornelius Tacitus, Anthony A. Barrett, 2008-08-10
  6. Agricola and the Germania (Penguin Classics) by Tacitus, 2010-03-30
  7. Tacitus on Germany by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-07-06
  8. The Annals & The Histories (Modern Library Classics) by Tacitus, 2003-04-08
  9. Tacitus' Annals (Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature) by Ronald Mellor, 2010-11-17
  10. The Cambridge Companion to Tacitus (Cambridge Companions to Literature)
  11. Tacitus: The Annals, Books IV-VI, XI-XII (Loeb Classical Library No. 312) by Tacitus, 1937-01-01
  12. A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence - The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On - His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-07-12
  13. Agricola and Germany (Oxford World's Classics) by Tacitus, 2009-06-15
  14. Germania (Clarendon Ancient History Series) by Tacitus, 1999-11-29

1. Tacitus - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Encyclopediastyle article on the historian, with hyperlinks to related topics, and bibliography.
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Tacitus Born ca. 56 AD
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Senator consul governor ... History Subjects History biography oratory Literary movement ... Silver Age of Latin Publius (or Gaius Cornelius Tacitus (ca. 56 – ca. 117) was a senator and a historian of the Roman Empire . The surviving portions of his two major works—the Annals and the Histories —examine the reigns of the Roman Emperors Tiberius Claudius Nero and those that reigned in the Year of the Four Emperors . These two works span the history of the Roman Empire from the death of Augustus in 14 AD to (presumably) the death of emperor Domitian in 96 AD. There are significant lacunae in the surviving texts. Other works by Tacitus discuss oratory (in dialogue format, see Dialogus de oratoribus Germania (in De origine et situ Germanorum ), and biographical notes about his father-in-law Agricola , primarily during his campaign in Britannia (see De vita et moribus Iulii Agricolae Tacitus' historiographical style in his major works is annalistic . An author writing in the latter part of the Silver Age of Latin literature , his work is distinguished by a boldness and sharpness of wit, and a compact and sometimes unconventional use of Latin

2. Medieval Sourcebook: Tacitus: Germania
A 1st century Roman writer s account of the Germanic tribes.
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Tacitus, an important Roman historian, wrote the most detailed early description of the Germans at then end of the first century CE.. In doing so, be warned, he was commenting on the Rome of his own time, as much as on the German themselves. Note that although this is most of Tacitus' text, some of the later sections are not in this etext.
The Inhabitants. 0rigins of the Name "Germany. " The National War-Songs
.... They say that Hercules, too, once visited them; and when going into battle, they sing of him first of all heroes. They have also those songs of theirs, by the recital of which ("baritus," they call it), they rouse their courage, while from the note they augur the result of the approaching conflict. For, as their line shouts, they inspire or feel alarm. It is not so much an articulate sound, as a general cry of valor. They aim chiefly at a harsh note and a confused roar, putting their shields to their mouth, so that, by reverberation, it may swell into a fuller and deeper sound. Physical Characteristics . For my own part, I agree with those who think that the tribes of Germany are free from all taint of intermarriages with foreign nations, and that they appear as a distinct, unmixed race, like none but themselves. Hence, too, the same physical peculiarities throughout so vast a population. All have fierce blue eyes, red hair, huge frames, fit only for a sudden exertion. They are less able to bear laborious work. Heat and thirst they cannot in the least endure; to cold and hunger their climate and their soil inure them.

3. Tacitus - About The Roman Historian Tacitus
A brief biography of the major Roman historian, tacitus.
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    Dates: c. A.D. 56 - c. 120
    : Historian
    Importance: Source on Imperial Rome, Roman Britain, and Germanic Tribes
    It is the rare fortune of these days that a man may think what he likes and say what he thinks.
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    Biography of Tacitus
    Little is known for certain about the origins of Tacitus, although he is believed to have been born, around A.D. 56, into a provincial aristocratic family in Gaul (modern France) or nearby, in the Roman province of Transalpine Gaul. We don't even know if his name was "Publius" or "Gaius Cornelius" Tacitus. He had a successful political course, becoming
  • 4. Tacitus --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    Britannica online encyclopedia article on tacitus Roman orator and public official, probably the greatest historian and one of the greatest prose stylists
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    Page 1 of 6 born AD died c. 120 in full Publius Cornelius Tacitus , or Gaius Cornelius Tacitus Roman orator and public official, probably the greatest historian and one of the greatest prose stylists who wrote in the Latin language. Among his works are the Germania , describing the Germanic tribes, the Historiae Histories ), concerning the Roman Empire from AD 69 to 96, and the later

    5. The Internet Classics Archive | The Annals By Tacitus
    English translation by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb. In HTML, with each extant book in its own file. Part of the Internet Classics


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    Translated by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb The Annals has been divided into the following sections:
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    6. Cornelius Tacitus
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    At a Glance Treatise Genre Reliability of Dating Length of Text Greek Original Language: Ancient Translations: Modern Translations:
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    Earlier Texts 65-80 Gospel of Mark 70-100 Epistle of James 70-120 Egerton Gospel 70-160 Gospel of Peter 70-160 Secret Mark 70-200 Fayyum Fragment 70-200 The Twelve Patriarchs 73-200 Mara Bar Serapion 80-100 2 Thessalonians 80-100 Ephesians 80-100 Gospel of Matthew 80-110 1 Peter 80-120 Epistle of Barnabas 80-130 Gospel of Luke 80-130 Acts of the Apostles 80-140 1 Clement 80-150 Gospel of the Egyptians 80-150 Gospel of the Hebrews 73-200 Christian Sibyllines 80-100 Apocalypse of John 90-120 Gospel of John Later Texts
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    7. Faculty, Department Of Classics, University Of Maryland
    I owe a special thanks to Professor John Bodel for allowing me to use some of his course material on Roman literature; his handout on tacitus vita and the


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    O viator, venisti ad paginam Taciti. Hic auctorem, qui nos lacte humanitatis et sapientiae nutrit, nos ad libertatis amorem ducit, invenisti. Habe tamen patientiam, si placet, dum hoc folium construo. Si tu me de hac pagina monere potes, aut, si tu quaestiones habes, tum mihi epistulam scribe (imam partem huius folii vide, si placet, si cognoscere cupis quo me invenire potes). Hoc folium est studientibus de Tacito, de omnibus ordinibus, et pupilis et professoribus Latinarum litterarum. Spero fore ut hoc folium in futuro opera Taciti, ( Annales I et IV, et Agricola ) habiturum sit.
    Cupido dominandi cunctis adfectatibus flagrantior est!
    I owe a special thanks to Professor John Bodel for allowing me to use some of his course material on Roman literature; his handout on Tacitus' vita and the summary of Tacitus' works were especially useful in constructing that part of this page. Gratias multas ago. Please feel free to download any material from this page you desire! You may contact me for more information about this page at

    8. Roman Emperors - DIR Tacitus
    Full name, Marcus Claudius tacitus; name as Emperor, Imperator Caesar Marcus Claudius tacitus Pius Felix Invictus Augustus.1 We have no reliable
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    New York University Full name, Marcus Claudius Tacitus; name as Emperor, Imperator Caesar Marcus Claudius Tacitus Pius Felix Invictus Augustus We have no reliable information on the earlier career of the Emperor Tacitus. All that is known with any degree of certainty is that in 273 he was consul along with Julius Placidianus. All the statements in the Historia Augusta regarding Tacitus' earlier career, including the claim he was related to the historian Tacitus, have been rejected by historians as fictitious. The most reliable sources for Tacitus' reign, Zosimus and Zonaras, state that he was chosen Emperor by the army following the assassination of Aurelian in the fall of 275, most likely in November. At the time of his elevation he was in Interamna (modern Terni, about 60 miles north of Rome). From there he made his way to Rome where he was confirmed as Emperor by the Senate. Tradition has it that he was 75 years old at the time, but there is no way to confirm this.

    9. Great Books Index - Tacitus
    tacitus Great Books Index. P. Cornelius tacitus (about 55about 117 AD). An Index to Online Great Books in English Translation
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    10. TACITUS: Knowledge Visualization & Design, Data Design, Data Visualization And D
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    11. Athena Review 1,1: Description By Tacitus Of Boudicca's Rebellion, AD 60-61
    by tacitus of the Rebellion of Boudicca (AD 6061) .. The translation from Latin is adapted from Arthur Murphy (Works of tacitus, 1794).......
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    Description by Tacitus of the Rebellion of Boudicca (AD 60-61) [ from The Annals by Tacitus (AD 110-120), Book XIV]. Chapter 29 Military campaign in Wales. During the consulship of Lucius Caesennius Paetus and Publius Petronius Turpilianus [AD 60-61], a dreadful calamity befell the army in Britain. Aulus Didius, as has been mentioned, aimed at no extension of territory, content with maintaining the conquests already made. Veranius, who succeeded him, did little more: he made a few incursions into the country of the Silures, and was hindered by death from prosecuting the war with vigour. He had been respected, during his life, for the severity of his manners; in his end, the mark fell off, and his last will discovered the low ambition of a servile flatterer, who, in those moments, could offer incense to Nero, and add, with vain ostentation, that if he lived two years, it was his design to make the whole island obedient to the authority of the prince. Paulinus Suetonius succeeded to the command; an officer of distinguished merit. To be compared with Corbulo was his ambition. His military talents gave him pretensions, and the voice of the people, who never leave exalted merit without a rival, raised him to the highest eminence. By subduing the mutinous spirit of the Britons he hoped to equal the brilliant success of Corbulo in Armenia. With this view, he resolved to subdue the isle of Mona; a place in habited by a warlike people, and a common refuge for all the discontented Britons. In order to facilitate his approach to a difficult and deceitful shore, he ordered a number of flat-bottomed boats to be constructed. In these he wafted over the infantry, while the cavalry, partly by fording over the shallows, and partly by swimming their horses, advanced to gain a footing on the island.

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    13. Tacitus And Jesus. Christ Myth Refuted. Did Jesus Exist? A Christian Response
    tacitus was a Roman historian writing early in the 2nd century A.D. His Annals provide us with a single reference to Jesus of considerable value.
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    14. Tacitus Index
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    ANNALS HISTORY GERMANY AGRICOLA ... ORATORY An eandem Romanis in bello virtutem quam in pace lasciviam adesse creditis?
    ("Do you suppose that the Romans will be as brave in war as they are licentious in peace?")
    Agricola 30:32
    This is the complete set of Church and Brodribb translations of Tacitus; this etext includes parallel English and Latin text. Gaius Cornelius Tacitus (56?-117 CE), writer, orator, lawyer, and senator, was one of the greatest historians of antiquity. His Annals and Histories are a panorama of first century Rome, from Tiberius to Domitian. His prose style is in the first tier of Latin writers. Tacitus presents a vivid picture of the high-water point of the Roman empire, and does not gloss over the toxic corruption and brutality of the time. Little is known about the origins and biography of Tacitus. Although "Tacitus" means silent, ironically he was known for his oratory. He was probably born into an aristocratic family in what is now the south of France. He studied rhetoric in Rome as a young man, and married into the family of the general Agricola. Advancing in the social hierarchy, he entered the Senate at the close of the first century. We have five surviving works by Tacitus, with some notable large gaps in the two major texts (

    15. .::The Tacitus Project::.
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    In October 2001, Edinburgh College of Art and EdVEC (Edinburgh Virtual Environment Centre, University of Edinburgh) began a three-year collaborative research project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Board. The principal aim of the project was to investigate the development of three-dimensional haptic and multi-sensory computer applications for creative processes in applied arts and design. SPECIAL NEWS!!! On July 1st 2004 ECA and UoE received a Scottish Enterprise PROOF OF CONCEPT Fund Award. The work that is being funded is the commercialisation of the findings of the research that was carried out during the Tacitus Project ... MORE PROJECT CD Holding comprehensive information, aims, objectives, papers, presentations, and more. This CD is the culmination of all our research findings.

    16. CSL: Publius Cornelius Tacitus
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    (single page) Help Secondary Texts What's New Credits ... Contact Us Publius Cornelius Tacitus (ca. 55 - ca. 120) Works Agricola Alternate Latin texts ed. Henry Furneaux (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1900) [Perseus] Translations English by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb (London, New York: Macmillan, 1877) French by Danielle De Clercq-Douillet (2000) [Bibliotheca Classica Selecta] French by Danielle De Clercq-Douillet (2000) [Itinera Electronica] Annales ab excessu divi Augusti ed. C.D. Fisher, Cornelii Taciti Annalium (Oxford 1906) [The Latin Library] Alternate Latin texts ed. Henry Furneaux (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1900) [Perseus] Translations English by Alfred John Church AND William Jackson Brodribb (New York: Random House, 1942) [Perseus] English by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb (London, New York: Macmillan, 1888) [Internet Classics Archive] English by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb (London, New York: Macmillan, 1888) [Ancient History Sourcebook] Dutch by Ben Bijnsdorp [Dutch Tacitus Project] French by J.L. Burnouf (Paris: Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie, 1859) [Itinera Electronica]

    17. Tacitus Historical Atlas
    Welcome to tacitus Historical Atlas. The purpose of this website is to illustrate the European countries history with maps, population statistics and regent
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    Welcome to Tacitus Historical Atlas. The purpose of this website is to illustrate the European countries history with maps, population statistics and regent lists. I hope to ad much more pages on these topics but lack of time unfortunately prevent me from doing so in the near future.

    18. Tacitus And His Manuscripts
    There are quite a number of misleading statements about this subject circulating on the internet, including the curious idea that tacitus was forged in the
    Tacitus and his manuscripts
    There are quite a number of misleading statements about this subject circulating on the internet, including the curious idea that Tacitus was forged in the 14th century by Poggio Bracciolini. This page has been written to place the facts at the disposal of those interested, and references to more information. The intended audience is the interested layman. All this material is derived from the sources listed. I've also added a short paragraph on the allegations that Tacitus' works were forged. The works of Tacitus that have come down to us are as follows: Annales
    Annales Historiae
    Minor Works
    The titles Annales and Historiae are 16th century, as the manuscripts present both works under the title Ab excessu divi Augusti Historiae 1-5 appear as books 17-21 in the MS. It is generally accepted "that Tacitus completed the Historiae in 14 books, and then wrote 16 books Ab excessu Divi Augusti , but did not complete the prolegomenary and supplemental works which he had projected. The result, therefore, was two historical works which were subsequently combined, possibly by the author but more probably by a later editor, into a single sequence of 30 books numbered consecutively. The existence of such a consolidated edition is implied in Jerome's oft-quoted reference ( Comm. ad Zach

    19. Publius Cornelius Tacitus - Wikipedia
    Translate this page Publius Cornelius tacitus 1 (ca. 55-120) was een Romeins historicus, schrijver en redenaar. Hij wordt vaak gezien als Romes grootste historicus.
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    Ga naar: navigatie zoeken Publius Cornelius Tacitus Publius Cornelius Tacitus (ca. ) was een Romeins historicus schrijver en redenaar. Hij wordt vaak gezien als Romes grootste historicus. Tacitus' sympathie ging duidelijk uit naar een republikeinse staatsvorm , eerder dan naar de willekeur van sommige keizers . Hij schrijft over keizers en machthebbers met evenveel vanzelfsprekendheid als over personen van minder belang en geeft daarmee inzicht in het leven van zijn tijd.

    20. Tacitus: Germania
    Cetera iam fabulosa Hellusios et Oxionas ora hominum voltusque, corpora atque artus ferarum gerere quod ego ut incompertum in medio relinquam. tacitus The
    ] Germania omnis a Gallis Raetisque et Pannoniis Rheno et Danuvio fluminibus, a Sarmatis Dacisque mutuo metu aut montibus separatur: cetera Oceanus ambit, latos sinus et insularum inmensa spatia complectens, nuper cognitis quibusdam gentibus ac regibus, quos bellum aperuit. Rhenus, Raeticarum Alpium inaccesso ac praecipiti vertice ortus, modico flexu in occidentem versus septentrionali Oceano miscetur. Danuvius molli et clementer edito montis Abnobae iugo effusus pluris populos adit, donec in Ponticum mare sex meatibus erumpat: septimum os paludibus hauritur. ] Ipsos Germanos indigenas crediderim minimeque aliarum gentium adventibus et hospitiis mixtos, quia nec terra olim, sed classibus advehebantur qui mutare sedes quaerebant, et inmensus ultra utque sic dixerim adversus Oceanus raris ab orbe nostro navibus aditur. Quis porro, praeter periculum horridi et ignoti maris, Asia aut Africa aut Italia relicta Germaniam peteret, informem terris, asperam caelo, tristem cultu adspectuque, nisi si patria sit? Celebrant carminibus antiquis, quod unum apud illos memoriae et annalium genus est, Tuistonem deum terra editum. Ei filium Mannum, originem gentis conditoremque, Manno tris filios adsignant, e quorum nominibus proximi Oceano Ingaevones, medii Herminones, ceteri Istaevones vocentur. Quidam, ut in licentia vetustatis, pluris deo ortos plurisque gentis appellationes, Marsos Gambrivios Suebos Vandilios adfirmant, eaque vera et antiqua nomina. Ceterum Germaniae vocabulum recens et nuper additum, quoniam qui primi Rhenum transgressi Gallos expulerint ac nunc Tungri, tunc Germani vocati sint: ita nationis nomen, non gentis evaluisse paulatim, ut omnes primum a victore ob metum, mox etiam a se ipsis, invento nomine Germani vocarentur.

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