Author: Tacitus

The Annals of Ancient Rome by Tacitus

The Annals of Ancient Rome by Tacitus

  For a book written during the Roman Empire, this particular translation of Tacitus isn’t that bad. The flow is relatively easy to work with, and it is constantly informative. Tacitus often reminds his readers that much of what he writes is what that people say, and he warns to be wary of rumours. Still, it gives some idea of culture. I read this book for a course on the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and I would it to be the most enlightening book assigned. Ratings Breakdown Writing: ★★★ Pacing: ★★ Sources: ★ 1/2 Detail: ★★★ 1/2 […]

Posted February 1, 2011 in Reviews // 0 Comments //