4 edition of Annals. found in the catalog.
1900 in Washington .
Written in English
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Nero, however, had ordered the fleet to return Annals. book Campania on a fixed day, without making any allowance for the dangers of the sea. When the accusers attacked Annals. book son Nerullinus on the strength of men's hatred of the father and of some charges of extortion, the emperor interposed, as if implying that vengeange was fully satisfied. He had been Germanicus's quaestor, while Seneca had been a paramour in his house. All that the gods and she herself had taken care of was that her stepson was yet alive; with him she would go to the camp, where on one side should be heard the daughter of Germanicus; on the other, the crippled Burrus and the exile Seneca, claiming, forsooth, with disfigured hand, and a pedant's tongue, the government of the world. He was particularly suspicious of Cornelius Sulla, whose apathetic temper he interpreted as really the reverse, inferring that he was, in fact, an artful dissembler.
The prosecutor was sentenced to exile, and the account-books in which he was reviving forgotten claims of the Annals. book, were burnt. These books are neatly divided into two sets of three, corresponding to the change in the nature of the political climate during the period. In casting back to the early empire Tacitus did not wish necessarily to supersede his predecessors in the field, whose systematic recording he seemed to respect, judging from the use he made of their subject matter. They passed over it at a distance, where it was broad and shallow.
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Not one, however, of Sulla's slaves or clients was recognised, and his character, despicable as it was and incapable of a daring act, was Annals.
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Tacitus viewed the first imperial century as an entity. This distinction not only reflected his reputation as an orator but his moral authority and official dignity as well.
These changes which were liked for their utility, also added beauty Annals. book the new city. Consequently, the sentries were strengthened with denser masses of troops.
This training was a systematic preparation for administrative office. His own money, on the other hand, had been acquired by industry and was not excessive.
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Nero's temper however was not one to submit to slaves, and Pallas, by a surly arrogance quite beyond a freedman, had provoked disgust. Was it the only worthy object of reform to provide that the Syracusans should not give shows on a larger scale?
Ceterum Nero usus est patriae ruinis exstruxitque domum, in qua haud proinde gemmae et aurum miraculo essent, solita pridem et luxu vulgata, quam arva et stagna et in modum solitudinem hinc silvae, inde aperta spatia et prospetus, magistris et machinatoribus Severo et Celere, quibus ingenium et audacia erat etiam, quae natura denegavisset, per artem temptare et viribus principis inludere.
As Lepidus himself, out of modesty, declined to appoint, Valerius Naso, one of the ex-praetors, was chosen by lot and sent out. Pulchra et Furnius damnantur. Never were lightning flashes more frequent, and a comet too appeared, for which Nero always made propitiation with noble blood.
For himself, he said, that as he had now lost a brother's help, his remaining hopes centred in the State, and all the more tenderness ought to be shown by the Senate and people towards a prince who was the only survivor of a family born to the highest greatness. The envoys from Sardis read a decree of the Etrurians, with whom they claimed kindred.
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