Tacitus /

edited by Cynthia Damon

Bibliography

Commentaries:

Draeger, A. 1884. Das Leben des Agricola von Tacitus. 4th ed. Leipzig: Teubner.

Furneaux. H. 1898.Cornelii Taciti Vita AgricolaeOxford: Clarendon Press.

Furneaux, H. 1922. Cornelii Taciti De vita Agricolae. 2nd ed., largely rewritten by J. G. C. Anderson. With contributions by the late Professor F. Haverfield. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Gudeman, Alfred. 1899. Tacitus: De vita et moribus Julii Agricolae. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Gudeman, Alfred. 1928. Tacitus de vita Iulii Agricolae and de Germania. Rev. ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Ogilvie, R. M., and Sir I. Richmond. 1967. Tacitus: De vita Agricolae. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Pearce, J. W. E. 1901. The Agricola of Tacitus. London: George Bell and Sons.

Stuart, Duane Reed. 1909. Tacitus: The Agricola. New York: Macmillan.

Walters, W. C. Flamstead. 1899. The Agricola of Tacitus. London: Blackie and Son.

Woodman, A. J. 2014. Tacitus: Agricola [with C. S. Kraus]. Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

On the Agricola and Roman Britain:

Allason-Jones, Lindsay. 2008. Daily Life in Roman Britain. Westport, CT: Greenwood World.

Allason-Jones, Lindsay, ed. 2010. Artefacts in Roman Britain: Their Purpose and Use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ash, R., ed. (2012) Oxford readings in classical studies: Tacitus. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bédoyère, Guy de la. 2013. Roman Britain: A new history. Rev. ed. London: Thames and Hudson.

Bédoyère, Guy de la. 2015. The real lives of Roman Britain. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Birley, A. R. 2005. The Roman government of Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Braund, D. 1996. Ruling Roman Britain: Kings, queens, governors, and emperors from Julius Caesar to Agricola. London: Routledge.

Breeze, David J. 1986-87. "The logistics of Agricola's final campaign." Talanta 18-19: 7-28.

Breeze, David J. 1996. Roman Scotland: Frontier country. London: Batsford.

Campbell, D. B. 2010. Mons Graupius, AD 83: Rome's battle at the edge of the world. Oxford: Osprey.

Gambash, Gil. 2012. "To rule a ferocious province: Roman policy and the aftermath of the Boudican revolt." Britannia 43: 1-15.

Hägg, T. 2012. The art of biography in antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hanson, W. S. 1987. Agricola and the conquest of the north. London: Batsford.

Harrar, G. A. 1917. "Tacitus, Agricola 44.1." Classical Philology 12: 197-98.

Jones, B. W. 1992. The emperor Domitian. London: Routledge.

Kraus, C. S. 2015. "Agricolan Paratexts." In Classical commentaries: Explorations in a scholarly genre, edited by Christina S. Kraus and Christopher Stray. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 318-45.

Lavan, M. 2013. Slaves to Rome: Paradigms of empire in Roman culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Liebeschutz, W. 1966. "The theme of liberty in the Agricola of Tacitus. " Classical Quarterly 16: 126-39.

Martin, R. 1994. Tacitus. Rev. ed. Bristol: Bristol Classical Press.

Maxwell, G. S. 1990. A battle lost: Romans and Caledonians at Mons Graupius. London: Thames and Hudson.

Moorhead, S., and D. Stuttard. 2012. The Romans who shaped Britain. London: Thames and Hudson.

Pagan, Victoria E., ed. 2012. A Companion to Tacitus. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Russell, M. and S. Laycock. 2010. UnRoman Britain: Exposing the great myth of Britannia. Stroud: History Press.

Sailor, D. 2008. Writing and empire in Tacitus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Salway, P. 1993. The Oxford illustrated history of Roman Britain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Salway, P. 2001. A history of Roman Britain. New ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Salway, P. 2015. Roman Britain: A very short introduction. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Smith, I.G. 2015. "A chronology for Agricola, Mons Graupius, and Domitian's triumph in the Chattan war." Historia 64: 156-204.

Southern, P. 2011. Roman Britain: A new history 55 BC-AD 450. Stroud: Amberley.

Todd, M., ed. 2004. A companion to Roman Britain. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Tomlin, R. S. O. 1992. "The Twentieth Legion at Wroxeter and Carlisle in the first century: The epigraphic evidence." Britannia 23: 141-58.

Woodman, A. J., ed. 2009. The Cambridge companion to Tacitus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Woolliscroft, D. J., and B. Hoffmann. 2006. Rome's first frontier: The Flavian occupation of northern Scotland. Stroud: Tempus.

Article Nav
Previous: 
Next: 
Citation Block