Tiberius in dissimulation; as Tacitus
saith of him, Jam Tiberium vires et corpus, non dissimulatio, deserebant.
I could recite you the whole of Thucydides, Xenophon, Plutarch, Titus Livius, Tacitus
, Strada, Jornandes, Dante, Montaigne, Shakspeare, Spinoza, Machiavelli, and Bossuet.
With characteristic intellectual independence Bacon strikes out for himself an extremely terse and clear manner of expression, doubtless influenced by such Latin authors as Tacitus
, which stands in marked contrast to the formless diffuseness or artificial elaborateness of most Elizabethan and Jacobean prose.
Then there's Pericles's speech coming on in Thucydides, and 'The Birds' to get up for the examination, besides the Tacitus
relates 80,000 Britons were butchered, compared to just 400 Romans.
Internet searches on Tacitus
almost consistently reveal his name to be Publius 'Gornelius' Tacitus
undermines the pedagogical power of the elite, a power
Fourth, India has been described as a country that is over-legislated and under-governed, reminiscent of Tacitus
As his source he uses the Roman writer Tacitus
, who wrote about troops being taken across a narrow body of water, which could have been the Irish Sea.
10) The other is included in the Annals composed by the Roman historian Tacitus
at some time between 116 CE and 120 CE, perhaps even later.
, Scortillum, Lupa, Vera, gladiator, patruelis
Stepping out of his usually composed self, the PM took repeated digs at Jaitley and mocked him by quoting the second century Roman orator, historian and politician Tacitus
back at him.