Anne Soulard, Tiffany Vergon, Charles Aldarondo, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. THE REIGN OF TIBERIUS, OUT OF THE FIRST SIX ANNALS OF TACITUS; WITH HIS ACCOUNT OF GERMANY, AND LIFE OF AGRICOLA TRANSLATED BY THOMAS GORDON, AND EDITED BY ARTHUR GALTON. “Alme Sol, curru nitido diem qui Promis et celas, aliusque et idem Nasceris,
The “Agricola” is a biographical sketch of the writer’s father-in-law, who, as has been said, was a distinguished man and governor of Britain.
Etext prepared by Dagny, email@example.com and John Bickers, firstname.lastname@example.org TACITUS ON GERMANY Translated by Thomas Gordon PREPARER’S NOTE This text was prepared from a 1910 edition, published by P F Collier & Son Company, New York. INTRODUCTORY NOTE The dates of the birth and death of Tacitus are uncertain, but it is probable that he