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  1. Complete Works of Tacitus by Tacitus, 1964-09-01
  2. The Germania & Agricola of Caius Cornelius Tacitus, by Cornelius. Tacitus, 2009-04-27
  3. Tacitus on Germany by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-07-06
  4. Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-07-12
  5. The Agricola (Classic Reprint) by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-04-17
  6. Opera Minora (Latin Edition) by Cornelius Tacitus, Henry Furneaux, 2009-11-12
  7. The Annals of Imperial Rome by Cornelius Tacitus, 2005-01-01
  8. The Annals: The Reigns of Tiberius, Claudius, and Nero (Oxford World's Classics) by Cornelius Tacitus, Anthony A. Barrett, 2008-08-10
  9. The Agricola and Germania of Cornelius Tacitus: With Explanatory Notes and Maps [1885 ] by Cornelius Tacitus, 2009-09-22
  10. The Reign of Tiberius, Out of the First Six Annals of Tacitus; With His Account of Germany, and Life of Agricola by Cornelius Tacitus, 2010-09-05
  11. 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
  12. The histories of Tacitus; an English translation with introduction, frontispiece, notes, maps and index by Cornelius Tacitus, George Gilbert Ramsay, 2010-07-30
  13. Tacitus on Britain and Germany: A translation of the Agricola and the Germania (Penguin classics) by Cornelius Tacitus, 1948
  14. The Annals of Tacitus: Volume 1, Annals 1.1-54 (Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries) (Books 1-6) by Tacitus, 2005-01-20

1. Cornelius Tacitus - Wikipedia
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Cornelius Tacitus historiker författare senator konsul , prokonsul (sök Internet Book List Libris Adlibris Bokus ... Projekt Runeberg ) över provinsen Asien . Levde mellan år 55 och år 115 . Fullständigt namn Publius Cornelius Tacitus Trots att avståndet till norden var långt har Tacitus uppgifter en seriös karaktär, han skriver sakligt och objektivt. Dock är det svårt att veta vad han skriver om då alla de olika folkslagen norr om Rom hos honom flyter ihop. För oss i Sverige är det kanske mest intressant vad han skriver om folket svear och landet Svitjod Hitta mer information på andra språk På engelska ( Cornelius Tacitus ) sök i Alltheweb Dmoz Google Britannica Concise ... Inställningar Sök: Alltheweb Dmoz Frisim Gnuheter ... Visa andra versioner drivs av Aronsson Datateknik
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3. Tacitus, Cornelius - University Of Maryland
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Tacitus, Cornelius (c. 55120), Roman historian. Tacitus, who ranks beyond dispute in the highest place among men of letters of all ages, lived through the reigns of the emperors Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, Domitian, Nerva and
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Pliny, as we see clearly from several passages in his letters, had the highest opinion of his friend’s ability and worth. He consults him about a school which he thinks of establishing at Comum (Como), his birthplace, and asks him to look out for suitable teachers and professors. And he pays5 him the high compliment, “I know that your Histories will be immortal, and this makes me the more anxious that may name should appear in them.” The following is a list of Tacitus’s remaining works, arranged in their probable chronological order, which may be approximately inferred from internal evidence:—(I) the Dialogue on Orators, about 76 or 77; (2) the Life of Agricola, 97 or 98; (3) the Germany, 98, published probably in 99; (4) the Histories (Historiae), completed probably by 115 or 116, the last years of Trajan’s reign (he must have been at work on them for many years); (5) the Annals, his latest work probably, written in part perhaps along with the Histories, and completed subsequently to Trajan’s reign., which he may very well have outlived. The Dialogue on Orators discusses, in the form of a conversation which Tacitus professes to have heard (as a young man) between some eminent men at the Roman bar, the causes of the decay of eloquence under the empire. There are some interesting remarks in it on the change for the worse that had taken place in the education of Roman lads. The style of the Dialogue is far more Ciceronian than that of Tacitus’s later work, and critics have attributed it to Quintilian; but its genuineness is now generally accepted. It is noticeable that the mannerisms of Tacitus appear to develop through his lifetime, and are most strongly marked in his latest books, the Annals.

5. - Publius (or Gaius) Cornelius Tacitus (ca. 55-117)
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6. Cornelius Tacitus
Craig Space / Historia Cornelius Tacitus. CORNELIVS TACITVS
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Tacitus was born about A.D. 56 and probably died some time after A.D. 117. We don't know a lot about him. Though he wrote quite a bit, he was very "taciturn" when it came to writing about himself. His birthplace may have been somewhere in the vicinity of Massilia (modern Marseilles, in southern France). It was an old Greek city-colony, a centre of sophisticated Greek culture and philosophy in a Roman empire that thought such things effeminate and unworthy.
His Career and Personality
Tacitus was an aristocrat through and through, the son of a member of the privileged Roman "knight" class. He eventually became a Roman senator. This position brought him great wealth and power. Despite his social advantages and very high rank, he complained bitterly about the tyrany of the elitist, autocratic political system and the lack of political and personal freedom in the dictatorship of the Empire. Like many people in such situations, however, he led a very successful public career. This could have been the result of several factors. Perhaps he could deal with the obvious hypocrisy of his position. Perhaps he was personally ambitious or cynical. He may have had a sense of duty to his state, his people or to the idealism of Rome and its "destiny". It may have been a combination of all these.

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9. IntraText Digital Library: Author Card: Cornelius Tacitus
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10. Faculty, Department Of Classics, University Of Maryland
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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

11. Tacitus, Cornelius: Free Web Books, Online
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  • Tacitus, Cornelius. Agricola, Germany, Dialogue on orators / [by] Tacitus. Translated, with an introd. and notes, by Herbert W. Benario. Indianapolis : Bobbs-Merrill, [1967].
  • Tacitus, Cornelius. The complete works of Tacitus : The annals. The history. The life of Cnaeus Julius Agricola. Germany and its tribes. A dialogue on oratory / Translated form the Latin by Alfred John Church and William Jackson Brodribb; edited, and with an introduction, by Moses Hadas. New York : The Modern library, [1942].
  • Tacitus, Cornelius. Agricola and Germania of Tacitus : the Latin text re-arranged to the natural English order with a careful and exact interlinear translation. Philadelphia : D. McKay, 1908.
  • Tacitus, Cornelius. Oeuvres complètes de Tacite : avec la traduction en français / publiées sous la direction de M. Nisard. Paris : J.J. Dubochet, 1840.
  • Tacitus, Cornelius. Dialogue des orateurs / Tacite ; texte établi par Henri Goelzer et traduit par Henri Bornecque. 3e éd. rev. et corr. Paris : Société d'édition Les Belles lettres, 1947.
  • Tacitus, Cornelius. Vie d'Agricola / Tacite ; texte éabli et traduit par E. de Saint-Denis. 2e éd. rev. et corr. Paris : Société d'édition Les Belles Lettres, 1948.
  • 17. Bob Bamont's Cornelius Tacitus Page
    Bob Bamont's Cornelius Tacitus Page. Tacitus, Cornelius. 55 AD 117 AD
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    19. TACITUS, Cornelius., [Opera]. Leiden: Ex Officina Elzeviriana. 1634.
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    TACITUS, Cornelius. [Opera]. Leiden: ex officina Elzeviriana. 1634. 12mo: one volume in two: engraved title-page, [xviii], 432; 433-786, [30] pp., with engraving to verso of *10; some rubrication to preliminary leaves; scattered light browning; all edges gilt. Contemporary fine crimson morocco gilt with matching doublures, rubbed at extremities, particularly head of spines. With the bookplate of Gomez de la Cortina, Marques de Morante. The first of the 12mo Elzevir editions of Tacitus. Willems 415. This item is listed on Bibliopoly by Rachel Lee Rare Books (formerly Thoemmes) ; click here for further details.

    20. TACITUS, Publius Cornelius., De Moribus Et Populis Germanorum Liber: Integris No
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    SIR JOHN DODDRIDGE'S COPY TACITUS, Publius Cornelius. Augsburg, ex officina libraria Michaelis Mangeri, 1580-79. 8vo. 2 parts in one vol. 316 + 184ff. Title of part 1 printed in red and black, minor worming in lower fore-corners in the middle of part 1, a few leaves lightly browned, in English early eighteenth century half calf, short splits in spine. The last, and most complete, edition of Althamer's scholarly commentary on Tacitus' De Germania, first published in 1529. Part one ends with a separate index of German place-names and part 2 contains the commentaries of Melancthon, Peucer, Glareanus and Pirckheimer on the places named in the text. With the signature and motto 'Solus mihi Christus Salus et Vita' on title-page of Sir John Doddridge (1555-1628), lawyer and politician and author of, inter alia, The History of...Wales...Cornewall, and...Chester. See DNB.
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