Tacitus' Annals is the central historical source for first-century C.E. Rome, but it has also become a central text in the western literary, political, and even philosophical traditions - from the Renaissance to the French and American revolutions, and beyond. This volume attempts to enhance the general reader's understanding of why Tacitus' book is so remarkable that it has had such a profound effect across the centuries.

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