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A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany

P. Cornelius Tacitus

A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany

by P. Cornelius Tacitus

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Published by Printed by W. Baxter in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Other titlesThe life of Agricola.
Statementand The life of Agricola; by C. Cornelius Tacitus: tr. into English by John Aikin, with copious notes and a map of ancient Germany.
ContributionsAikin, John, 1747-1822 tr.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 224 p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16430007M

The "Germany," the full title of which is "Concerning the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany," contains little of value from a historical standpoint. It describes with vividness the fierce and independent spirit of the German nations, with many suggestions as to the dangers in which the empire stood of these people. The second section is titled “A Treatise On The Situation, Manners And Inhabitants Of Germany”. This section is 65 pages but it includes a lot of foot notes that sometimes take up most of a page by themselves. This reading would have been improved upon, if a map had been added by the editor.4/5.

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'Germany' is the first edition and 'Agricola' was reprinted as a second edition and issued with it. This A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany; and the Life of Agricola; by C Cornelius Tacitus: translated i by C Cornelius Tacitus, John Aiken [translator]. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany: and the life of Agricola. [Cornelius Tacitus; John Aikin; William Eyres; Joseph Johnson]. manners A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany ; Item Preview A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany ; by Tacitus, Cornelius; Tacitus, Cornelius; Aikin, John, Publication date Topics Germanic peoples PublisherPages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tacitus, Cornelius.

Treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany. Oxford, Printed by W. Baxter, for G. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tacitus, Cornelius. Treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany, and the life of Agricola.

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A TREATISE ON THE SITUATION, MANNERS AND INHABITANTS OF GERMANY. 1 1. Germany 2 is separated from Gaul, Rhaetia, 3 and Pannonia, 4 by the rivers Rhine and Danube; from Sarmatia and Dacia, by mountains 5 and mutual dread.

A treatise on the situation, manners, and inhabitants of Germany ; and the life of Agricola ; by C. Cornelius Tacitus: translated into English by John Aikin.

The second section is titled “A Treatise On The Situation, Manners And Inhabitants Of Germany”. This section is 65 pages but it includes a lot of foot notes that sometimes take up most of a page by themselves. An Account of the Manners of the German Inhabitants - Primary Source Edition [Rush, Benjamin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

An Account of the Manners of the German Inhabitants - Primary Source EditionAuthor: Benjamin Rush. It includes the story of the British uprising lead by the warrior Queen Boudicea. Agricola returned to Britain shortly after Boudicea’s uprising had been put down, and took up arms against the remaining British resistance.

The second section is titled “A Treatise On /5(2). The Germania, written by the Roman historian Publius Cornelius Tacitus around 98 AD and originally entitled On the Origin and Situation of the Germans (Latin: De Origine et situ Germanorum), was a historical and ethnographic work on the Germanic tribes outside the Roman Empire.

2 Purpose and sources. 4 Codex Aesinas. 5 Editions and : Publius Cornelius Tacitus. 1 This treatise was written in the year of RomeA. 98; during the fourth consulate of the Emperor Nerva, and the third of Trajan. 2 The Germany here meant is that beyond the Rhine, The Germania Cisrhenana, divided into the Upper and Lower, was a part of Gallia Belgica.

These people, therefore, were properly inhabitants of Sarmatia, though from their manners they appeared of German origin. 39 Pliny also reckons the Peucini among the German nations: “The fifth part of Germany is possessed by the Peucini and Bastarnæ, who border on the Dacians.” (iv. item 1 A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany; And the Life - A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany; And the Life $ +$ shipping.

From The Germany and the Agricola by Tacitus; The Oxford Translation, Revised, with Notes; The Handy Book Company: Reading, Pennsylvania; undated; pp. A TREATISE ON. THE SITUATION, MANNERS AND INHABITANTS OF GERMANY. By Cornelius Tacitus [Contents] The Geography of Germany — Origin of the People of Germany — The German Hercules —.

This treatise, whose full title is "A Treatise on the Situation, Manners, and Inhabitants of Germany," was written in Latin in the year Ertha (or Hertha) is also known by the name Nerthus.

Link to Hertha Lake, a legend from the German island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea, as recorded by J. Temme. From The Germany and the Agricola by Tacitus; The Oxford Translation, Revised, with Notes; The Handy Book Company: Reading, Pennsylvania; undated; pp.

A TREATISE ON. THE SITUATION, MANNERS AND INHABITANTS OF GERMANY. By Cornelius Tacitus [ Part 4 ] The Dulgibini, Chasauri, and Frisii — The Chauci — The Charusci and Fosi — The Cimbri — The Suevi — .The name of Boiemum still remains, a memorial of the ancient settlement, though its inhabitants are now changed.

34 3 But whether the Aravisci 35 migrated into Pannonia from the Osi, 36 a German nation; or the Osi into Germany from the Aravisci; the language, institutions, and manners of.

The second section is titled “A Treatise On The Situation, Manners And Inhabitants Of Germany”. This section is 65 pages but it includes a lot of foot notes that sometimes take up most of a page by themselves.

This reading would have been improved upon, if .