From Stuart, Duane Reed. 1909. Tacitus: The Agricola. New York: Macmillan. pp. xxvi-xxvii.

Perhaps the most elaborate English edition of the Agricola is that by Henry Furneaux, Oxford, 1898. Among German editions may be mentioned those of Wex (1852), Urlichs (1875), Peter (1876), Andresen (1880), and Halm (1897).

The following books will be found useful for collateral reading and occasional reference.

(xxvii) On Britain and the history of the Roman conquest : —

H. M. Scarth, Roman Britain. London. No date.

Theodor Mommsen, Roman Provinces, 2 vols., trans. by W. P. Dickson. New York, 1906. See vol. 2, p. 185.

F. Haverfield, The Romanization of Britain. London, 1906.

On social life and conditions : —

Maurice Pellison, Roman Life in Pliny's Times, trans. by Maud Wilkinson. Philadelphia, 1897.

Emile Thomas, Roman Life under the Caesars. New York and London, 1899.

Samuel Dill, Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius. London, 1904.

Charles Bigg, The Church's Task under the Roman Empire. Oxford, 1905.

On political and constitutional antiquities : —

A. H. J. Greenidge, Roman Public Life. London, 1901.

Frank Frost Abbott, A History and Description of Roman Political Institutions. Boston and London, 1902.

W. T. Arnold, The Roman System of Provincial Administration to the Accession of Constantine the Great. Oxford, 1906.

On Tacitus and his work : —

Gaston Boissier, Tacitus and Other Roman Studies, trans. by W. G. Hutchison. New York, 1906.