Agricola and Germania: In Contemporary American English
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Agricola and Germania: In Contemporary American English

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Agricola was the Roman general who completed the dominion of the Romans in Brittany. He served several emperors: Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. Such conquest was not an easy task by any means. Tacitus is quite explicit in crediting the bravery of the peoples of Brittany who preferred death rather than to submit to a foreign conqueror. Rather than a historical chronicle, Germania is an ethnographic study of Central Europe in which Tacitus compares the decay of the Roman Empire with the energy of the barbarian tribes. Tacitus —perhaps out of hostility to Domitian— makes clear in his study that Germania not only remained unconquered, but also that
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ISBN-13 9781499625486
Language English
Binding Paper Back
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publishing Date 2014-05-20
Total Pages 114