Germany = Germania
Aris & Phillips, c1999
- : cloth
- : limp
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全8件
Includes bibliographical references and index
Parallel Latin text and English translation
In the Germania Tacitus provides the most-detailed extant account of the German peoples in Antiquity. This edition is one of two which claim to be the first in English for over sixty years. It contains both text and translation and a brief commentary, with an appendix of illustrations of Domitianic coins. The popular facing page translation format is perfect for the student looking for accessibility in a text which for too long has been the preserve of German scholarship.
Preface Introduction 1. Tacitus' life and work 2. The Germany 3. Rome's relations with Germans up to the time of Tacitus 4. The Germany's afterlife 5. Language and style 6. Select grammatical and rhetorical terms 7. Text and translation 8. Map - Germany in the time of Tacitus Text and translation Commentary Appendixes I: The Roman emperors and their reigns II: The disposition of the German Legions III: Coin illustrations Abbreviations and bibliography Index of proper Latin names.
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