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Synkrisis (comparison) is a rhetorical device found in many of the genres of Greek and Latin literature.1 It could be used for a… Expand Also the passage from the Digest 49, 16, 4, 12 deserves to be cited because it shows precisely what is meant: Eum> qui filium… Expand SUMMARY This article argues that Henry Savile's widely admired Tacitus of 1591 should not be read as an implied call for a more… Expand Many ancient and modern authors view the first century CE as an unprecedented era of peace and security for the Roman Empire… Expand Introduction
The Pannonian revolt (Ann. 1.16-30) is one of the sections that receives the least
attention in the prolific body of… Expand This paper explores Tacitus' representation of Thrasea Paetus. Preliminary to analyzing this portrayal, I discuss two passages… Expand In this article we analyze some themes related to Tacitism as a political and historiographical language available to signify the… Expand This article is part of the Dossier on Tacitus published in last year's issue of Grotiana . It offers a combined study of both… Expand Contents: Manuscript and imprint tradition of the Germania - Sixteenth Century Editorial Practice - History of Classical… Expand