The Agricola; and the Germania; - Study Guide Notes, Bibliography, and Glossary Summary & Analysis

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The final thirty pages of the book are dedicated to the notes and glossary section of the book. Intended primarily for classical students, the notes section discusses certain translations of phrases within the original manuscripts, and explains how and why such translations were made. These explanations focus on phrases which can have multiple meanings, and often are explained as being translated a specify way to follow Tacitus' style of writing. Within these notes, there are a few clarifications for the common reader, such as clarifications pertaining to areas of land described in the book and historical references to which the text refers than may be unclear to the untrained reader. The bibliography section lists a few texts to which interested readers can go for more information. Finally, the glossary section gives specific dates pertaining to the lives and careers...

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