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Tacitus : The Rise of the Immoral Rome
<Tab/>Tacitus Cornelius, born during the reign of the emperor Nero, gives us a grim and cynical narration of Roman history. Despite his political success, he lamented a century's worth of continually reduced aristocratic power. It is from this bias that he describes the reigns of the Julio-Claudian emperors in the "The Annals of Imperial Rome". Though in the early parts of the text Tacitus claims to be an impartial judge, "I shall write without indignation or partisanship: in my case the customary incentives to these are lacking", (Tacitus, pg 32), it is obvious from his styl…
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