Tacitus: Annals V and VI (Aris and Phillips Classical Texts) (Bks. 5 & 6)

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Books V and VI of Tacitus' Annals , when complete, carried the narrative of Tiberius' reign from A.D. 29 to 37. Unfortunately most of Book V has been lost, but Annals VI, which resumes the narrative 2 weeks after the execution of Sejanus, contains a fascinating variety of incidents.

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Ronald Martin is Professor Emeritus of Classics at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Tacitus, which is generally acknowledged as the best introduction in English to Rome's greatest historian. In addition to numerous articles on Tacitus he is joint editor, with Professor A.J. Woodman, of editions of Annals 3 and 4.

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