But Virgil and Cicero would certainly be on the list; perhaps Livy and Tacitus; Boccaccio and Dante.
Ale thus defined answers to the description given by Tacitus of the drink of the ancient Germans.
Wills also were borrowed from Rome, and were unknown to the Germans of Tacitus.
Between Lucretius and Tacitus there were for three centuries many great writers in Rome.
The Roman emperors were not so bad as Tacitus describes them.
London is not mentioned in Csars account of Britain, but we know from Tacitus that it existed and was a place of importance.
New editions of Orelli's Tacitus and Horace were also due to him.
It occupies no more than two pages; but, as Gibbon has said of Tacitus, "they are the pages of Soyer."
His translation of Tacitus appeared in 1793, in four volumes.
I took my way over the Palatine, desiring to see the excellent Tacitus, whose house is there.