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Tacitus Biographies (3)

5,081 words, approx. 17 pages
Biography EssayCornelius Tacitus was perhaps the greatest historian that the Roman world produced. Though his Annales (Annals, after A.D. 116) and Historiae (Histories, ca. A.D. 100-110) are among ... Read more
1,417 words, approx. 5 pages
Tacitus (c. 56/57-ca. 125) was a Roman orator and historian. In a life that spanned the reigns of the Flavian emperors and of Trajan and Hadrian, he played a part in the public life of Rome and became... Read more
4,806 words, approx. 17 pages
Cornelius Tacitus was perhaps the greatest historian that the Roman world produced. Though his Annales (Annals, after A.D. 116) and Historiae (Histories, ca. A.D. 100-110) are among the most remarkabl... Read more